Children's drama series about undercover agents in an inner-city high school
Historian Juliet Gardiner explores the surprising story of 'Motorway One'.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Part Four of a weekly schools broadcast of Shakespeare's Macbeth, shown in instalments.
Natural history series presented by Richard Mabey
BBC Radio 4
John Carmichael sets your feet tapping at the start of the weekend
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
How Macau overtook Las Vegas to become the gambling capital of the world.
A 1964 Welsh language performance of Macbeth by Shakespeare, translated into Welsh.
A radio adaptation of the play Macbeth, directed and produced by Martin Jenkins.
A 1992 radio production of Macbeth with Tim McInnerny and Harriet Walter.
A 2000 BBC radio adaptation of Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
The first part of a production of William Shakespeare's classic Scottish play.
First part of a 1966 weekly schools broadcast of Shakespeare's Macbeth.
The second part of a production of William Shakespeare's classic Scottish play.
Part Two of a weekly schools broadcast of Shakespeare's Macbeth, shown in instalments.
Part Three of a weekly schools broadcast of Shakespeare's Macbeth, shown in instalments.
Part 1 of 4 parts of Shakespeare's darkest play Macbeth.
The first part of a 1958 radio version of Shakespeare's play, adapted for schools.
Part 2 of 4 parts of a radio adaptation of Shakespeare's darkest play Macbeth.
The second and final part of a 1958 version of Shakespeare's play, adapted for schools.
Part 3 of 4 parts of a radio adaptation of Shakespeare's darkest play Macbeth.
Part 4 of 4 parts of a radio adaptation of Shakespeare's darkest play Macbeth.
Gaelic soap based on the Isle of Lewis
Jonathan Freedland reassesses Machiavelli and finds the inspiration for modern republics.
A disgruntled ex-employee tries to get his job back by taking over a building at gunpoint.
A film recreates the palace of the Mad King.
BBC World News
Ken Arnold explores how three European countries variously tell the history of madness.
Susan Morrison tells the story of sex guru and electricity experimenter Dr James Graham.
BBC Radio Scotland
Four animals from the New York Zoo find themselves stranded in the Madagascar jungle.
Discover what makes Madagascar's wildlife so different from the rest of the world.
Family animation. Animals join a circus in an effort to get back home to New York.
The penguins of the Central Park Zoo have an adventure in the city on Christmas Eve.
Animated adventure sequel in which the zoo animals crash-land in mainland Africa.
Charting the fight of female factory workers at the Ford Dagenham plant for equal pay.
Music and chat with Richard Madeley to ease you into your Sunday
BBC Radio 2
Valentine's Day brings about a series of adventures. Love is in the air at the zoo.
Documentary telling the story of the world's craziest race, the 9,000km Paris-Dakar rally.
Mae'n rhaid i ddau berson ifanc achub y byd pan mae firws ofnadwy yn cael ei ryddhau. T...
Vivienne Parry explores madness and mental health among heroines of classic fiction.
Yn dilyn llwyddiant Côr Glanaethwy ar Britain's Got Talent, dyma gyfle i ail-fyw'r canu...
A young boy spots a simple way of showing a family the true magic of Christmas Day.
Les échos de la vitalité de la culture africaine et de sa diaspora avec Valérie Bony.
BBC Afrique Radio
An American financier is conned into shipping his valuable cargo on a ramshackle old boat.
Biography of William Friese-Greene, who designed and patented a working cinematic camera.
The story of those who took the overland trail from Europe via Istanbul to Kathmandu.
Children's series featuring poems translated into British Sign Language and animated.
Mushroom enthusiast Richard Fortey explores the strange and surprising science of fungi.
Melvyn Bragg presents a series marking the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.
A lecture on the relationship between Magna Carta and the de Montfort Parliament of 1265.
Professor Linda Colley delivers a lecture at Guildhall on the Magna Carta.
Rebecca Keating reports on the joint display of Magna Cartas in parliament.
David Starkey and Helena Kennedy talk about their differing views on the Magna Carta.
Dan Cruickshank tells the story of a thousand years of palace building.
Gyles Brandreth discovers what it takes to become a national treasure.
Series exploring the latest historical and archaeological research
Love and erotic poetry, with the moods of the sensual, raunchy, ludicrous world of sex.
Steve Richards presents a three-part series examining the news
Simon Armitage traces the evolution of the Arthurian legend through medieval literature.
Narrative history series exploring over 2,000 years of western medicine
A series chronicling the influences that affected the course of classical music
Two-part look behind the scenes at groundbreaking radio drama Rogha an Lae
BBC Radio Ulster
Tarek Osman traces characters and ideas that have shaped the modern Arab world
Follow up series to The Computer Programme, looking at microcomputers.
A series in which six artists talk about drawing.
Paul Morley charts a history of popular music through recording studios
Surfer Helen Scales goes in search of the perfect man-made wave.
Great music and conversation to ease in to the day.
BBC Radio Wales
The story of Malaco Records of Jackson, Mississippi, one of the last soul record companies
The blog of the Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai voiced by British girls her age.
Your stories with the best interviews and always plenty of laughter with Malcolm Boyden.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Four voices consider the legacy of Malcolm X in post-Ferguson America.
Middle-aged men in Lycra flock to Mallorca each year for its perfect cycling conditions.
Malmesbury in Wiltshire aims to establish itself as the country's 'Philosophy Town'.
Ffion Hague sy'n adrodd hanes menywod dylanwadol o Gymru dros yr oesoedd. Ffion Hague l...
Documentary series confronting social and political issues in contemporary society.
Historical drama about the life of Sir Thomas More.
Matthew Sweet reveals the untold story of film critic Harold McCarthy.
A creepy raconteur, played by Mark Gatiss, introduces spooky tales
Satire about a scientist who invents a fabric that never gets dirty and never wears out.
John Humphrys visits the Greek home of travel writer Patrick Leigh Fermor.
A satirical radio show host makes an audacious bid for the presidency of the USA.
The Man Shakespeare
Rob Walker investigates the mystery of a man found dead on a west London street.
James Naughtie thinks now is a timely moment for a reappraisal of Sir Walter Scott.
Colourful epic in which two British soldiers become godlike rulers in colonial India.
Peter Day explores the wayward genius of Irish writer Flann O'Brien on his centenary.
Actor David Morrissey celebrates Roger Hill, an unsung hero of the British arts scene.
Opera singer Andrea Baker explores the impact of Frederick Douglass's time in Scotland.
Folk singer Eliza Carthy discovers Manchester's 19th-century broadside ballads.
Interviews and performance from this year's Manchester International Festival.
The best coverage of your local teams from the North West's biggest sports station.
BBC Radio Manchester
All the build-up and interviews ahead of today's matches involving our local teams.
Have your say on the day's local sporting action. Call 0161 228 2255.
Our preview of the weekend's local sporting action.
Jeanette Winterson presents a personal exploration of Manchester.
Fergal Keane takes a journey through the private notebooks and letters of Nelson Mandela.
Asian news and topical features, plus a great selection of Asian music.
BBC Local Radio