Thriller. A crusading lawyer investigates the shooting of a drug dealer.
Jolyon Jenkins recounts a forgotten story of the Second World War.
BBC Radio 4
Q Pootle 5 and his friends tackle the everyday problems of the final frontier.
Science documentary series.
Razia Iqbal tells the story of the first western symphony orchestra in the Gulf.
Tribute to the QE2, the most famous of the Cunard liners, which was retired to Dubai.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Forty years after its launch, the story of the QE2.
Comedy quiz show in which contestants are rewarded if their answers are quite interesting.
Extended version of the comedy quiz show full of quirky facts.
The turbulent and dramatic developments that led to QPR's promotion to the Premier League.
A working-class lad escapes the boredom of everyday life by hanging out with mods.
Pete Townshend opens his personal archive to revisit the Who's 1973 album Quadrophenia.
Helen Mark investigates the pacifist Quakers' support of the war effort.
BBC Radio Ulster
Coverage of Jeremy Hunt making a statement on the quality of care and treatment.
Series about the Quando brothers who run a London hair salon
A maverick outlaw is persuaded to attempt a daring raid.
The Welsh soldiers who fought at Gallipoli have been written out of history, until now.
BBC Radio Wales
Rhun ap Iorwerth examines the history of digging for slate in Wales
Katharine Whitehorn, 84, tackles the twentysomethings facing tough life choices.
George MacDonald Fraser reads from his account of front line soldiering in Burma in 1945
BBC Radio 7
An opera star arrives at a performers' retirement home amidst preparations for a concert.
Jessica Raine reads Sean O'Brien's gothic tale set in 1930s Europe.
Sci-fi drama. Professor Bernard Quatermass discovers a sinister government conspiracy.
An ensemble cast performs a live adaptation of the cult 50s sci-fi classic.
The sole survivor of a British rocket's crash is revealed to pose a deadly alien threat.
Suzi Quatro revisits some of the songs that have influenced her
BBC Radio 2
Suzi Quatro revisits some of the songs that have influenced her.
Janice Forsyth talks to major figures from Scottish public life
BBC Radio Scotland
Charles Jencks in conversation about architecture and healing.
Live performances recorded in front of an audience at BBC Radio Scotland's Pacific Quay.
Rock legends Queen and charismatic vocalist Adam Lambert welcome in the new year.
The story of British rock band Queen, formed in 1971
Stories of royal visits to the regions as the Queen conducts her diamond jubilee tour
Simon Weston OBE explores the Queen's relationship with Wales and its people.
Documentary examining the events which formed and influence the Queen's character
Ken Bruce introduces a compilation of Queen's best BBC sessions and interviews.
Highlights from the weekend's celebrations.
BBC World Service
Coverage of the Queen's state visit to Germany in 1965.
Jon Sopel and Fergal Keane report on the arrival and visit of the Queen to Ireland.
The first state visit to the Republic of Ireland by a British monarch in 100 years.
From the 1986 Magic tour, Queen play in front of 80,000 fans at the Népstadion, Budapest.
Conductor Valery Gergiev's production of Tchaikovsky's opera Queen of Spades
Gertrude Bell - diplomat, spy and the political officer who helped establish Iraq.
Series exploring the reign of Queen Victoria through her personal relationships.
AN Wilson uncovers the personal life of Queen Victoria through her journals and letters.
Action from the prestigious Queen's tournament
The Queen and members of the royal family appear on the balcony. From 2 June 1953.
Mark Beaumont reports on the journey of the Queen's Baton Relay.
BBC World News
Highlights of the Queen's Baton Relay as it visits communities in Northern Ireland.
HM the Queen launches the baton relay that will take her message around the world.
A look back at the Queen's Baton Relay around Wales.
Follow the Queen's Baton relay through the nations and territories of the Commonwealth.
Mark Beaumont travels with the baton from Trinidad and Tobago through to Jamaica.
Highlights of the Queen's Baton's journey through Northern Ireland, Wales and England.
This programme looks back at the final stages of the baton's relay.
BBC News Channel
Documentary series going behind the scenes at the Queen's favourite home, Windsor Castle.
Documentary following the fortunes of the men of The Household Cavalry.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II addresses the Commonwealth.
HM the Queen's traditional Christmas address to the nation.
Her Majesty the Queen delivers her annual Christmas message.
The Queen's Christmas Message.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Highlights of a special gala event staged in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.
A service live from St Paul's Cathedral. Preacher: The Archbishop of Canterbury.
Coverage of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations
BBC Radio 5 live
A look at all of the programmes celebrating the Queen's 60-year reign.
One Merseyside man charts the impact of his speech defect on his own life.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Examining Edinburgh publican Lachie Marr's attempt to transform his tavern.
Huw Edwards presents live coverage from the Palace of Westminster.
HM the Queen's loyal address to parliament to mark the Diamond Jubilee.
Children's drama series about a young girl who discovers a magic 50p coin.
Documentary taking a look at the stories behind HM the Queen's three official residences.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh leave Buckingham Palace.
Documentary exploring the life and work of two Scottish women in the British armed forces.
Recorded coverage of speeches after the Queen's Speech from Wednesday 18 November.
The Government outlines its legislative programme for the coming year
Speeches by Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Vince Cable, from Tuesday November 6.
Recorded coverage of the debate covering energy, the environment, food and rural affairs.
Recorded coverage of the Queen's Speech debate covering Foreign and European Affairs.
Highlights from the Queen's Speech debate in the House of Lords from Wednesday 2 June.
Highlights from the Queen's Speech debate in the House of Lords from Thursday 3 June.
The Liberal Democrats outline their reaction to the Government's legislative programme.