A bizarre story of addiction, lust and murder on Scarp in the late 19th century.
Sarfraz Manzoor talks to people who have decided to leave Islam and become ex-Muslims.
BBC Radio 4
20 years on John McCarthy returns to Lebanon, in search of signs of the Arab spring.
Classical music critic Norman Lebrecht talks to major figures in the field
BBC Radio 3
La leçon d’anglais par la radio
BBC Afrique Radio
Cult Radio 1 series from the 1990s, starring a young(ish) Richard Herring and Stewart Lee
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Lee Mack definitely is going out. Recorded live at the 2005 Edinburgh Fringe
Stand-up, comedy sketches and music with quick-fire comic Lee Mack
Lee Stone reflects on the day's events and holds Wiltshire's decision-makers to account.
Competition between six young virtuoso pianists held every three years in Leeds.
Navid Akhtar examines the career of Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire composer AR Rahman.
A look at some true legends from the world of music.
Reflections on New York city dance culture.
BBC Radio 6 Music
A Japanese-led team of scientists attempt to shed light on the world of deep sea sharks.
Celebrating 45 years of BBC Birmingham, with shows hosted by West Midlands legends.
BBC WM 95.6
News, views and analysis from Leicester City FC.
BBC Radio Leicester
Have your say on Leicester City with the sports team and an invited guest or two.
Latest news and interviews from the King Power Stadium
Martin Ballard discusses all things Leicester Tigers, and is joined by a guest.
Coverage of Leicester Tigers including a weekly post-match round-up.
Join Lembit Opik on BBC Radio Kent.
BBC Radio Kent
Film celebrating the life and rock 'n' roll philosophy of Motorhead frontman Lemmy.
Chef Ainsley Harriott guides Len Goodman on a culinary road trip around Britain.
Len Goodman hosts music and chat
BBC Radio 2
Len Goodman tells the story of big bands and swing music in Britain.
Len Goodman revisits the heyday of British dance bands in the 1920s and 1930s.
Strictly Come Dancing head judge Len Goodman discovers the golden age of ballroom.
Why did the steely Russian revolutionary reputedly visit the first English garden city?
Comedy about one man's struggle to establish Britain's first communist football team
Jann Wenner's seminal 1970 New York interview with John Lennon for Rolling Stone magazine.
Sitcom set in the Office of Local and National Statistics. Written by Jack Bernhardt.
Ni kipindi cha habari za Afrika kwa ufupi, michezo na ripoti kila siku saa tatu kasorobo Afrika Mashariki.
BBC Swahili Radio
Performances and interviews, including music from West Side Story, Elgar and Beethoven.
Art critic Rachel Campbell-Johnston, explores the mysterious world of art attribution.
Comedy about the ruling family of Renaissance Italy's most inconsequential city-state
Matt Lucas, a huge fan of Les Miserables, fulfils his dream of performing in the show.
Gory spoof in which two hikers stumble across a village full of lesbian vampires.
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Aasmah Mir on the outspoken head teacher who caused a national controversy.
A lonely boy in 1980s New Mexico befriends his new neighbour, unaware she is a vampire.
Thomas Ticker meets children celebrating religious and cultural festivals in the UK.
Join Craig from The Let’s Go Club and find out how you can get involved this summer.
The Let's Go Club is the place where children will want to spend their summer holidays.
Sophie Thompson and Phyllida Law celebrate 50 years of The Magic Roundabout.
Travel documentary series
Drama activities for children aged 5 to 7.
Join Cat Sandion for the movement and dance series for children aged 4 - 6.
Preschool show exploring the magic of play through dressing up, role play and pretending.
Technology, gaming and web news
BBC Radio 5 live
Cuid de na bha anns na naidheachdan air a' Ghàidhealtachd bho chionn 50 bliadhna
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Novelist Julie Myerson pays a very personal tribute to Daphne du Maurier.
Alistair Cooke’s weekly talks on American life, history and politics from 1946 – 2004.
Paddy O'Connell asks his guests if they would retaliate in the event of a nuclear attack.
BBC producer Tony Grant recalls the late broadcasting icon Alistair Cooke.
Personal reflections on the challenges facing Europe after events in France and elsewhere.
Leading German figures write about the country they know and the way it is perceived
Dramatisation of the correspondence of computing pioneer Ada Lovelace
Five writers consider the momentous events that are reshaping the Arab world
Five writers reflect on the recent momentous events in the Middle East and North Africa.
A story of Austrian siblings told in their wartime letters to and from the Russian front.
Paul Allen meets authors to discuss releasing their best-loved characters.
Master gemstone cutters reveal how they let the light out of stones, and what this means.
Leabhraichean air BBC Radio nan Gaidheal. BBC Radio nan Gaidheal's monthly book programme
Anna NicLeòid a' còmhradh ri dithis neach mu na trì leabhraichean as fheàrr leotha.
Anna Macleod talks to guests about their favourite books and finds out about their lives.
Gaelic children's programme. Dancing fun for pre-school children
The best in 1980s reggae.
Adapted from the novel by Lew Wallace. With Jamie Glover
Alan Bennett reads Lewis Carroll's classic children's tales.
The story of a Chinese artist who settled in a remote village near Hadrian's Wall.
Join Liam Bradford on BBC Radio Manchester.
BBC Radio Manchester
Liam celebrates heroically ill-conceived technology of land, sea, space and cyberspace.
Comedian Liam Williams tells of his teenage misadventures in the Yorkshire suburbs
Liberal Democrats Conference
How France played a pivotal role in the explosion of 70s punk.
Peter White visits Argentina to hear about the work of blind fabulist Jorge Luis Borges.
Jonathan Glancey argues that amid closures, the public library is also being reinvented.
Baker Paul Hollywood explores the world of Aston Martin cars.
Charting Claire Prosser's first year without her teenage son, Tom, who died suddenly.
A production of William Shakespeare's classic history play, adapted for radio.
Part 1 of a production of William Shakespeare's classic history play.
Part 2 of a production of William Shakespeare's classic history play, adapted for radio.
David Thomson takes a personal journey through how cinema has changed us
The last few weeks of term at a college for students with learning difficulties.
Series following a year in Carol Klein's garden at Glebe Cottage in north Devon.
Robert McCrum journeys into his own brain to understand more about his stroke.
Drama by Amanda Coe. A story of the relationship between two sisters.
England's highest mountain as seen by its farmers, climbers and conservationists.
Chris Bowlby looks back at the life of Czech playwright and politician Vaclav Havel.
Professor Adam Hart explores the underground world of a leafcutter ant colony.
Jim Al-Khalili discusses the scientific life with fellow scientists
Life Story takes us on the greatest of all adventures - the journey through life.
Whatever happened to the dream of living under the sea? Helen Scales investigates.
Series about scientific specialists
Mark Murphy starts the build-up to kick off with Kevin Beattie, Phil Ham and Tractorboy.
Trevor Cox explores how our voice and our hearing develop and change through our lives.