Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Peter Turnbull's Glaswegian cops investigate a corpse discovered on Maryhill Road.
Cyfle i fwynhau cerddoriaeth a sgwrs hamddenol yng nghwmni Elin Fflur.
BBC Radio Cymru
Profile of P.H. Burton, teacher, mentor and adoptive father of the actor Richard Burton.
BBC Radio Wales
Physical stuff from Sally Phillips and friends.
MPs who have chosen to stand down at the general election talk about their time in office.
BBC Radio 5 live
Join Pablo, Pumpkin and Poppy for the adventures of a lifetime in their new city
underwater wildlife series. Kate Humble goes on a 2000-mile adventure across the Pacific
Hawaii: This island exerts a strange hold on Hugh, a young man on a quest for identity.
Roger Daltrey looks back on the tragic life of Beach Boys drummer Dennis Wilson.
BBC Radio 2
Family comedy. A Navy Seal must protect the five unruly children of a deceased scientist.
Angela Gray travels around Wales to sample and cook with the local cuisine
London-based fly-on-the-wall series.
John McCarthy explores the life of Arthur Ransome through the boats he once owned.
BBC Radio 4
Paddy Keenan and Scotland's Fred Morrison - in concert at Celtic Connections.
Late night banter and fantastic music.
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Documentary about legendary Italian virtuoso soloist Niccolo Paganini.
Series exploring Britain's glorious sacred sites
An MI5 officer's boss dies and leaves a file which threatens the organisation's stability.
Documentary following Chelsea White, a teenager considering a career as a Page 3 girl.
Tracing the histories of some of the most passionate pieces of music ever written
A look at one of the most deceptively simple jobs in music.
News and information from the BBC's Teletext information service.
Susan Calman finds out if her obsession with Casualty would make her any good as a doctor.
BBC Radio Scotland
A drug dealer rises to a position of power - with plenty of people looking to topple him.
Set in London, 1958, ER Braithwaite recalls the prejudice for being a black social worker
How a young man from Gortnahork used the rosary to help him stop drinking for 30 days.
Vivienne Parry explores the similarities between emotional and physical pain.
Rob Brydon explores the complex character of Kenneth Williams
Series in which admirable sportsmen share their stories
Michael Mosley tells the story of the creation of our most useful and valuable drugs.
Actress Felicity Finch joins cave artists in their quest to paint underground chambers.
A look at what happened to two girls from a 1995 documentary about child beauty pageants.
A doctor forces his unfaithful wife to go with him to China to fight a cholera epidemic.
Basil Taylor demonstrates the importance of individual painters.
Art programme about the use of flowers in painting.
Art expresses the human experience in its most immediate form.
Adam Gopnik on Edward Hopper's famous painting of a lonely bar in night-time New York.
Toronto painter Phil Richards attempts to create a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
Art series presented by National Gallery director Neil MacGregor.
Ian Paisley answers questions on his role in Northern Ireland's troubled past
A portrait of Ian Paisley, the politician and religious leader from Northern Ireland.
Lyse Doucet visits Pakistan to find out how it is coping after July's devastating floods.
A singer in San Francisco dreams of owning a club, and has the choice of two women.
Geoffrey Wheeler visits vaudeville houses in Britain
Michael Palin travels to France in search of a view captured by his favourite artist.
Adaptation of The Palliser novels by Anthony Trollope, written at the height of his powers
BBC Radio 7
Dramatisation of six of Anthony Trollope's political novels set in Victorian England.
Another chance to enjoy Paloma Faith in concert with The Guy Barker Orchestra.
Entertainment on Christmas morning.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Michelle has Meniere's disease. Young and vibrant - how will she cope?
Pam presents the early programme weekdays 5-5.45 and the Saturday mid morning show 9-12.
London 1951: Newly-acquitted killer Benji Cann turns up dead. Stars David Tennant.
Children's drama following the exploits of the Blue Doors theatre group
A group of children dream of setting up their very own theatre company
US drama series set in the 1960s, centred around Pan American World Airways
The story of the relationship between Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth.
Quiz in which contestants battle against their nerves, to stay in control of the game.
Contemporary thriller by Zoe Strachan and Louise Welsh, two of Scotland's best novelists.
Psychologists Dr Lucy Atcheson and Felix Economakis help severe phobics face their fears
The experts help singer Gareth who has a morbid fear of fish.
Panjabi Hit Squad spin the freshest Desi street beats
BBC Radio 1Xtra
The biggest hip hop, Bollyhood and bhangra anthems with Dee and Rav
BBC Asian Network
Current affairs programme, featuring interviews and investigative reports
An investigation into the murder of Pakistan's cricket coach Bob Woolmer.
Current affairs programme, featuring interviews and investigative reports.
BBC World News
A look back at some of the big investigative stories from 1997.
Experts assess predictions made about the world's future in a 1960 edition of Panorama.
Pantocracy is a surreal sitcom about a reassuringly dysfunctional Panto-family
Join Jo Loosemore and the cast of six local pantos.
BBC Radio Devon
Kenneth Cranham reads Andrew McConnell Stott's account of the world-famous clown
Hear from the stars of the festive season in Manchester’s theatres.
BBC Radio Manchester
Rhaglen yn olrhain hanes Neuadd Gymraeg Pantycelyn. Pantycelyn Halls of Residence special.
Bryan Burnett introduces Paolo Nutini's homecoming concert at Paisley Town Hall.
Jackie Brambles talks to Paolo Nutini and celebrates his momentous year.
Danny Robins asks if the Catholic Church can inject new morality into Italian football.
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates Mass for the Feast of St Ninian.