Join Roger Lyon for comedy and chat.
BBC Radio Merseyside
The story of the 1950s naturalist Maxwell Knight, who led a secret existence as an MI5 spy
BBC Radio 4
Sean Styles and Willie Miller with fun and good music.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Catriona Murray talks to people about places or buildings that are special in their lives.
Children's drama series about undercover agents in an inner-city high school
Zombie kids are ransacking music stores, and M.I.9 suspect boy band Crush.
Historian Juliet Gardiner explores the surprising story of 'Motorway One'.
John Hegley presents a poetic meditation on the M1, the transport backbone of Britain.
Stephane Cornicard presents 24 short programmes to help with spoken French
Stephane Cornicard presents 24 short programmes to help with spoken French.
Stephane Cornicard presents 12 short programmes to help with spoken French.
Benjamin Zephaniah explores the ancient oral tradition of southern Siberian throat singing
Natural history series presented by Richard Mabey
Drama telling a St Kildan love story, including a ballet performance by the cliffs.
Gaelic and country music with John Carmichael and guests.
The work of a radical and often controversial Free Church minister at home and abroad.
Fred MacAulay and guests, with a wry look at the stories of the day
BBC Radio Scotland
Fred MacAulay with his pick of comedy and music
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Michael Alexander explores the place of Eliot, and poetry in general, in national culture.
BBC 7 pays tribute to Paul Scofield with this 1960s production of The Scottish Play.
BBC Radio 7
Orson Welles stars in and directs a controversial version of Shakespeare's play.
Film version of Rupert Goold's production, set in an undefined central European world.
Series comparing the known historical facts about Macbeth with Shakespeare's dramatisation
Five programmes taking an in-depth look at key scenes from Shakespeare's powerful drama.
Historian Fiona Watson sets out to put the record straight on Macbeth.
Surreal comedy about a pet shop that stocks grannies, written by Morna Pearson.
David Harewood attemps to turn a group of inner city teens into Shakespearean actors.
Scotland's first qualification match to reach the World Cup in 2010.
Gaelic soap based on the Isle of Lewis
Moments from the trailblazing Gaelic soap from love and heartache to laughter and drama.
The Florentine philosopher's tour-de-force, read by Peter Firth
Jonathan Freedland reassesses Machiavelli and finds the inspiration for modern republics.
A look at the Maxim machine gun and how it affected one Hebridean community.
Highlights of the Machynlleth Comedy Festival in Wales
Donal MacIntyre presents the results of 18 months of undercover journalism.
A motley crew of men and women set out in search of a canyon full of gold.
The story of Mackie's, which was once the world's largest producer of textile machinery.
From Chelmsford Cathedral.
Three part documentary about the creation of a musical to celebrate the Highlands.
Action from the MacRory Cup Final and Schools' Cup Final
A lively introduction to the world of music in a range of styles and ideas.
a lively introduction to the world of music
A look at the music and influence of Noel Coward
BBC Radio 2
Jude Rogers and Ruth Barnes look at the empowering flipside of pop fandom.
One half of a couple is given cash to transform their house into a dream living space
Actor Ewan McGregor celebrates the fiftieth birthday of America's iconic Ford Mustang.
A history of science TV in the UK, from The Sky At Night to Doctor Who.
A disgruntled ex-employee tries to get his job back by taking over a building at gunpoint.
Ken Arnold explores how three European countries variously tell the history of madness.
Drama series set in the world of advertising in 1960s New York.
A socialite enlists the help of a local newspaper editor to track down a murderer.
One-off documentary marking the 40th anniversary of the British withdrawal from Aden.
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.
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.
Anna Chen explores the history of the famous Chinese model operas.
Adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's novel.
The story of Winnie Ewing's election win in Hamilton for the SNP in 1967.
Drama. Two women in occupied Paris team up to help Allied aviators escape from the city.
Children's drama series set in a post-apocalytic world.
Light-hearted crime caper featuring an aspiring boxer and his would-be mobster friend.
Series of three innovative sound stories by Bristol-based writers
Series of three short stories by Bristol-based writers.
Evan Davis looks at the British economy and asks what our country is good at
Charles Hazlewood uncovers the unique pop music heritage that has shaped Britain
Charting the fight of female factory workers at the Ford Dagenham plant for equal pay.
Documentary - looking at young people's identity through poetry, drama & music.
Musician Courtney Pine composes a piece of music inspired by Holy Island, Northumberland.
Photographer Harry Cory Wright takes on a challenge to show how England inspires his art.
Ian McMillan takes a journey along the Humber estuary and writes a poem inspired by it.
Manchester artist Michael J Browne takes on a new challenge in Cumbria.
Pollyanna Pickering heads to the East Midlands to see if it can inspire her.
Rolf Harris sets out to create a painting encapsulating Kent and Sussex.
Folk musician Seth Lakeman explores the musical landscape of the urban West Midlands.
What happened when North Manchester people worked with us on art to tell their story.
BBC Radio Manchester
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A series about the history of pop arranging
Alan Dein meets the men for whom pigeon flying is more than just a way of life.
Series presenting the work of young Welsh film makers and actors
A look at the culture, history, environment, economy and language of contemporary Wales.
Radio 1 Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell helps young people take control of their cash.
Kate and Gerry McCann talk to Fiona Bruce, seven years after their daughter went missing.
The songstress performs at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2013, presented by Jamie Cullum.
Jazz chanteuse Madeleine Peyroux and her band debut songs from her album Bare Bones.
Documentary tracing the childhood and career of jazz chanteuse Madeleine Peyroux.
Music and chat with Richard Madeley to ease you into your Sunday
Children's drama telling the tale of an orphan's attempts to save her school.