Portrait of Pearl Jam by Cameron Crowe, using 20 years of rare and unseen footage.
A former chef decides his Death Row inmates should have a last divine culinary experience.
BBC Radio 7
Sue Broom looks at the latest developments in the field of animal cloning
BBC Radio 4
Four privileged young ladies experience how life is lived on the other side of the tracks
Winifred Robinson investigates the increasing violence seen on the streets of Peckham.
The image of the humanities academic, past and present, in the public imagination.
An investigation into the health of pedigree dogs, featuring interviews with experts.
Follow-up to a film that lifted the lid on health and welfare problems for pedigree dogs.
Children's cartoon with guinea pig-turned-scientist Pedro and his robo-sheep Frankensheep
Jarvis Cocker remembers John Peel a decade after his death, and speaks to his wife Sheila.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Why has government after government has struggled to reform the House of Lords?
Mark Whitaker investigates the tarnished image of a flawed scientific process.
Susan Hulme on Tony Benn's campaign to win the right to renounce his hereditary peerage.
Susan Hulme reports on Tony Benn's long campaign to renounce his hereditary peerage.
Melissa Bell interviews parliamentarians Lord Steel, Lord Foulkes and Lord Selkirk.
Carolyn Quinn reports on the impact of life peers.
Carolyn Quinn looks back at the two general elections of 1910.
Special programme paying tribute to EastEnder Peggy Mitchell.
Returning to live in Britain, Peggy Seeger reflects on a life full of family and music.
The story of how Alvin Stardust's £1 guitar came to be worth a million.
BBC Radio 2
Join Peggy Walker on BBC Radio Cumbria.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Peggy Matheson from Malacleit on North Uist recalls her life to Donald Cameron.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Sylwebaeth byw pêl-droed. Live football coverage
BBC Radio Cymru
Pêl-droed rhyngwladol yn fyw o Amsterdam. International football, live from Amserdam.
Griff Rhys Jones begins restoring his 200-year-old farmhouse in Pembrokeshire.
Griff Rhys Jones undertakes a personal restoration project, his decaying farmhouse
What is life like for the people who live, work and play on the Pembrokeshire coast path?
A look at businessman John Price, who has created a business empire in St Davids.
BBC Radio Scotland
A part-time footballer is offered cash to throw an important game. Will he do it?
Atgofion Cymry ar benblwydd Clwb enwocaf Caerdydd yn 25oed. Celebrating Clwb Ifor Bach.
Nia Roberts yn siarad gyda Dai Jones ar achlysur dathlu ei benblwydd yn 70oed.
Ar drothwy ei benblwydd yn 70 gyda Nia Roberts yng Nghlwb Criced Bethesda.
Dilynwch hanes tim rygbi Cymru ym Mhencampwriaeth y Chwe Gwlad 2014 ar BBC Radio Cymru.
How a girl's testimony sent her relatives and neighbours to the gallows for witchcraft.
The human dramas and follies behind the scenes of the wartime BBC News.
Penelope K runs the Information Station, where she answers children's questions.
An affectionate tribute to actress Penelope Keith outlining her life and career.
Penelope Keith tells the story of Edwardian 'it girl' and motoring pioneer Dorothy Levitt.
Robin Denselow meets the remaining members of the eclectic Penguin Cafe Orchestra.
Documentary following the penguins, rangers and scientists of Phillip Island.
An amateur sleuth investigates a murder at an aquarium.
The adventures of a film crew who travel to Antarctica to film a colony of Gentoo penguins
Michael Morpurgo tells the story of Penguin books, founded by his father-in-law Allen Lane
Using spycams, this programme captures the lives of penguins as never seen before.
Series following the expert handlers entrusted with transporting animals across the globe.
Harry Thompson's comic travelogue about playing cricket on seven continents
The compelling story of the passionate loves and hatreds of a Cornish family.
Drama following the life of a sheet music salesman.
Humphrey Ker, David Reed and Thom Tuck give their take on Victorian comedy
The comedy trio take a fresh and funny look at a familar tale - the Gunpowder Plot.
The acclaimed sketch duo present the charitable story of 'The Widows of the Red Arrows'.
A young girl is enchanted by vivid tales from the past. Read by Joanna Lumley.
Kamal Ahmed asks how far the Bank of England will need to change under its new governor.
Worship from All Saints Church, Peckham, to celebrate Pentecost Sunday.
A Pentecost Sunday service from Truro Cathedral in Cornwall.
A service for Pentecost Sunday from Wesley's Chapel in London.
Taith nôl mewn hanes i glywed unwaith eto am rai o bentrefi coll Cymru.
BBC Radio Guernsey investigates aspects of island life in a series of specials.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Sue Coryndon investigates aspects of island life in a series of specials.
Susan Calman explores why we increasingly look to others to fix our lives.
Series profiling seven people who believe the 1970s will be a positive decade for them.
Political drama starring Al Pacino as a New York press agent reaching burn-out.
Series of linked comedies by Simon Brett
Children's Laureate Michael Rosen explores life in the playground today
Mockumentary series that follows West London pirate radio station 'Kurupt FM'.
Spoof fly-on-the-wall documentary series with inept interviewer Roy Mallard.
Documentary series about young people growing up on housing estates.
Historians discuss the various cultural identities of Irish people.
BBC Radio Ulster
David Attenborough discusses his journey through the South West Pacific.
Series exploring the British Museum through the eyes of the people that work there
History series honouring the heroes of war on the battlefield and the home front.
An uncle with learning disabilities moves in with his nephew's family.
Series featuring interviews with major social, political and scientific figures.
Tulip Mazumdar travels to Sierra Leone, one of the countries hit by the outbreak of ebola.
BBC News Channel
Tulip Mazumdar travels to Sierra Leone to report on the outbreak of Ebola.
BBC World News
Hidden-camera show examining human behaviour
Patrick Kielty counts down the most played artists of the past decade.
A look back at the events of the 20th century with the people that were there
The stories of those who suffered in the depression that followed the Wall Street Crash.
Rob Brydon presents a countdown of the UK's most-heard recordings of the last 75 years.
Residents of one street in North Yorkshire choose their favourite music
BBC Radio York
Comedian Bill Bailey counts down the most heard classical recordings of the past 75 years.
David Dimbleby tells the story of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.