Exploring the community of Islay through the prism of Gaelic
Taghadh de dh'òrain fo dhiofar chuspair.
A selection of songs on various themes.
Gaelic comedy clips programme
Cyfres bysgota gyda Julian Lewis Jones a Rhys Llywelyn. Fishing series with Julian Lewi...
Jeni Lyn sy'n edrych yn ôl ar rai o uchafbwyntiau'r 'Steddfod. Eisteddfod highlights.
BBC Radio Cymru
Cyfle i ddilyn rhai o Eisteddfodwyr Wrecsam. A chance to follow some Eisteddfod goers.
Criw Tudur Owen yn edrych yn ôl ar uchafbwyntiau'r Steddfod yn eu ffordd unigryw.
Looking back at the time when the Oakdale Miners Institute was a thriving cultural centre.
A variety of artists perform the work of songwriting team Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
With Al Green, Esther Ofarim, Take That, Dionne Warwick, Steps, Rita Coolidge and Aaliyah.
From archive shows, interpretations of Disney tunes over the last forty years.
Bob Dylan covers by the likes of Lulu, the Byrds, Joan Baez, Eric Clapton and Bryan Ferry.
Cliff Richard, Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams and others cover the King's classic songs.
With Tina Turner, Dame Shirley Bassey, Matt Monro, Adele, Sheena Easton, Garbage and A-ha.
With Roberta Flack, Dusty Springfield, the Flying Lizards, Kim Wilde and Robert Palmer.
Ella Fitzgerald, Captain Sensible, Jay Z and Jeff Beck perform songs from musicals.
A journey through the classic and curious Beatles covers in the BBC archives.
Featuring Shirley Bassey, Jamie Cullum, Bryan Ferry, Kirsty MacColl and Florence Welch.
Musical stars pay tribute to the Rolling Stones with covers of some of their greatest hits
Performances of hit covers of Neil Diamond songs from artists including UB40 and Lulu.
Alec MacDonald presents the a series on traditional trade
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
A look back at almost 30 years of Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, the Gaelic college on Skye.
Sean Street explores Sable Island, an Atlantic sand dune which is crucial to the world.
BBC Radio 4
Fresh and exciting sketch comedy, including some of the best up-and-coming talent around.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A factory worker is suspected of sabotage when his friend dies in an arson attack.
Winifred Robinson explores whether more people should get the sack.
Dr Mukulika Banerjee learns about the processes involved in an Indian general election.
Simon Russell Beale explores the flowering of Western sacred music.
A look beyond the familiar carols and songs to reveal music and texts from across Europe
The story behind Allegri's Miserere, one of the most popular pieces of sacred music.
Simon Reeve explores the influence three rivers have on the countries they flow through.
Lopa Kothari presents a celebration of the power of the voice in worship.
BBC Radio 3
Neil Oliver reveals the sacred face of Britain, an ancient landscape of belief and ritual.
Families with a talented child talk about the sacrifices they make for them
Huw Williams celebrates the 50th anniversary of the folk song The Bells of Rhymney.
The sad life of Jim Thorpe, the American Indian who was the star of the 1912 Olympics.
Comedy. A brewery baroness organises a contest to find the world's unhappiest music.
Feel-good family comedy about a feisty 13-year-old girl.
With music and chat.
Topical phone-in debate. Call 01245 49 50 50 or text 83331, start with the word 'Essex'.
Call Sadie Nine with your views. Call 01245 495050 or text 07786 201035.
A man poses as a safari leader in order to seek revenge against Mau Mau rebels.
Eight children train to be game rangers in Kruger National Park in South Africa.
Reality show in which celebrities train as rangers at Shamwari Game Reserve
Ayisha Yahya reports on the growing demand for cosmetic surgery in Africa.
Rhodri Owen discovers the real people caught up in the property crisis in Wales.
Edi Stark talks to women who have survived domestic abuse and explores some of the myths.
BBC Radio Scotland
Jane Moncrieff explores the dangers and losses faced by Shetland's inshore fishermen.
Sitcom by Laurence Howarth about a man who has reluctantly drifted into the arms trade
Zareer Masani asks if censorship and religious fanaticism are threatening India's freedom.
Adventures with the kindly king of the Northmen
Made for 4 Extra. Christopher Matthew celebrates the life of writer raconteur Alan Coren.
Michael Palin explores nine countries and cultures during a trek across the Sahara Desert.
Bring science to life with fun experiments you can try at home
A short story marking Remembrance Week written and read by Donald John MacIver.
Pre-school fun and games with Sail Mali
Coverage of the America's Cup.
Shirley Robertson introduces highlights from the Laser World Championships.
Shirley Robertson presents the highlights of the 2010 Sail for Gold Regatta at Weymouth.
Shirley Robertson hosts highlights from the Weymouth and Portland International Regatta.
Coverage of the 2014 ISAF Sailing World Championships, hosted by Santander, Spain.
Comic tales by WW Jacobs about sailors home from the sea
Pakistani music, entertainment and news with Saima Ajram.
BBC Asian Network
How a Medieval Catholic court convened to determine a dead bishop's right to sainthood.
Currency fraud, a couple of murders and much skulduggery keep Simon Templar on his toes.
Debonair troubleshooter Simon Templar takes on crime in the Big Apple.
Simon Templar is sent to the leisure spas of California to foil a gang of thieves.
The story of 15th-century French heroine Joan of Arc, based on the play by GB Shaw.
The Saint swings into action against a gold-smuggling gang and their ruthless leader.
When a murder takes place in a nightclub, the Saint takes action to clear a girl's name.
Inspector Fernack is in trouble when he is framed by a group of race-track gamblers.
Simon Templar has a dead ringer - a diamond smuggler. But their paths have crossed before.
Simon Templar is taking a holiday when he becomes embroiled in a hunt for a music box.
Series looking at benefits thieves and the people who actually deserve government help.
Dr Janina Ramirez discovers how monasteries shaped every aspect of medieval Britain.
Saira Khan takes an epic journey through the heart of Pakistan.
Short stories by Hector Hugh Munro, better known by his pen name Saki
Drama adapted from works by Edwardian short story writer Saki.
Series about lives of people dependant on the sea
Gerry Northam reports from Radio Salaam Shalom, a Muslim-Jewish online radio station.
A police inspector's investigation into a bank robbery uncovers a complex conspiracy.
Rhaglen yn dathlu 40 mlynedd eleni ers i Endaf Emlyn ryddhau'r albwm thematig Salem. Th...
Arthur Miller The Crucible and the mass hysteria of the Salem witch hunt in 1692
BBC World Service
Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.
BBC Radio 6 Music
The BBC Philharmonic reflect stories of life in Salford then hear from people behind them.
BBC Radio Manchester
Craig Doyle presents highlights of the Salford Triathlon World Cup in Manchester.
Anturiaethau Sali Mali a'i ffrindiau. The animated adventures of Sali Mali and friends.
Sally goes on a musical journey around Britain to find the country's very own 'Route 66'.
BBC Radio 2
Sally presents music and guests from around the region.
BBC Radio Leeds
Join Sally Fairfax on BBC Radio Humberside.
BBC Radio Humberside
Join Sally Johnson on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
TV adaptations of a series of children's books by Philip Pullman
With a great mix of music and chat for a Sunday night.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Join Sally Naden and her ever changing panellists every weekday between 11am and 1pm.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Join Sally Naden and Brett Davison on BBC Radio Lancashire.