Explanations of the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
BBC World Service
John Simpson reports from Afghanistan and asks how things have gone wrong.
BBC Radio 4
Documentary looking at an unusual aspect of medical training.
Up-close examination of the life, music and career of legendary entertainer Frank Sinatra.
Ffilmiau byr o Gymru a phob cwr o'r byd, gyda straeon am blant sy'n wynebu her. Short f...
The search for an elusive watery wonder in the aftermath of Sri Lanka's civil war.
Caroline Nin listens to those drawn to sing the music of the legendary French performer.
Sam Lee marks the 90th anniversary of cellist Beatrice Harrison's duet with a nightingale.
What happened to musicians who poured their savings into making a DIY 7-inch single?
Robert McCrum explores the literary mores of our age
Inspiring faith music every Sunday morning.
BBC WM 95.6
The voice of Native America: broadcasting in the Lakota language
Sir Gerald Kelly, flamboyant society portrait painter and TV presenter in the early 1950s.
Sir Mortimer Wheeler talks to Magnus Magnusson about his life and discoveries
Sir Ralph Richardson reads poems by William Shakespeare and others.
The story of the glamorous woman who invented broadcast evangelism.
Comhradh is deaspad an fheasgair. Afternoon chat and discussion
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Julia Hobsbawm investigates the idea that we are all connected by only six links.
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4
How can you make it in the global economy? Meet those who have made it & those trying.
Dr John Wright records his work in setting up an Ebola centre to serve Moyamba junction.
Thirty minutes of the greatest songs of the sixties to start your weekend in style.
BBC Local Radio
Up-and-coming sketch groups from the live UK comedy circuit
Our team of astronomers tell us what's on view in the night sky.
Arts review programme looking at art and culture in Wales.
How slavery began in Africa
Different types of slavery exist all over the world. How can it be curbed?
A four-part history of the Slavic peoples
In a series mixing science with art, myth and poetry, Paul Farley explores sleep
As Dr Mark Porter's waistline increases, he puts his body mass index, or BMI, to the test.
How we learn language
Paul Mason visits Manila to assess the benefits of life in the world's poorest slums.
Follow Irish wrestling superstar Fergal Devitt on his last tour of Japan.
British morsels of delight
Animated series about a group of potatoes who sing songs in different genres
Exploring the world's smallest countries
Chronicling the everyday life and struggle for inspiration of crime writer Gerald C Potter
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Materials scientist Mark Miodownik asks whether we could live without cash.
Kate Williams explores the history and development of the modern winning smile.
African perspectives on disability
Amber Marks explores the science of olfactory detection.
Coverage of the Pot Black snooker tournament
Cathy FitzGerald tries to rescue the Wicked Queen from the mirror's spell.
Comedy series about three socially awkward friends.
Sem Terra, the huge social movement in Brazil mobilising landless workers
The exorcism business is booming - Jolyon Jenkins asks if and why demonism is on the rise.
Does socialism have a future?
How the power of the news media is used as a global government tool for influence
Astronomer Lucie Green looks at the dangers a solar superstorm could pose to us on Earth.
Informational film following the Army in Aden (Yemen) during a state of emergency. (1964)
Santanu Das tells the story of the Indian soldiers who served the Empire in WWI.
You choose the music from the featured Golden Year, with hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Alan Whicker interviews billionaire J. Paul Getty at his home in Surrey. (1963)
Tackling problems of water supply around the world
Past week highlights from Somer Valley FM, the local community station for NE Somerset.
From Sheffield to South Carolina, Johny Pitts explores alternative Black British identity.
Education show using songs, rhymes and Makaton sign language to promote language skills.
1960s comedy, with Michael Medwin and Fenella Fielding, focusing on the advertising world
Assembly series for children aged 5 - 7.
Ethical and religious discussion that examines some of the larger questions of life
Historian Peter Barton explores the events of the Battle of the Somme.
David Ervine and Tom Hartley walk the WWI killing fields of northern France and Flanders.
Julia McKenzie and Denis Quilley star in the National Theatre's musical production.
Stephen Evans talks to producer Rick Rubin about his work with the legendary Johnny Cash.
Developing music skills for children aged 5 - 7.
A mix of music to start your day.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Eamon celebrates some of the best songs past and present.
BBC Radio Ulster
Richard Langham Smith on the songs Debussy wrote for his muse Madame Vasnier.
Reem Kelani explores the role of music in the Egyptian revolution of early 2011.
The best show tunes with Alex Hall.
Inspiring hymns and songs, together with stories of faith from around the UK and beyond.
Anita Anand tells the largely unknown story of Princess Sophia Duleep Singh.
Bluegrass in the Cotswolds at the Sore Fingers Summer School.
Sitcom starring Ronnie Corbett about a mild-mannered librarian dominated by his mother.
Jenny Wilkes plays the best in Northern Soul, Tamla Motown, Atlantic, Stax and Philly.
Series about pieces of music with a powerful emotional impact
Sean Rocks discovers how soul music and blues first gained an audience in 1960s Ireland.
BBC Radio London plays the best of Soul and Motown for your Sunday.
BBC Radio London
Richard Searling presents the best in Northern Soul and Motown for your Saturday evening.
BBC Radio Stoke
How Islam and its societies are changing
Performances recorded for BBC Four's The Sound and the Fury: A Century of Music
Science broadcaster Professor Trevor Cox explores the science of aural architecture.
A series of programmes designed to help you start and run your own business
Paul Gambaccini meets sound engineers James Lock and Geoff Emerick.
Series of programmes exploring film music
BBC Radio 3
Sean Street investigates the sound of fear, the noises and music that scare us, and why.
The world's best DJs give you a taste of what they’re playing on the White Isle
BBC Radio 1
Dr Lucie Green takes a tour of the universe, revealing the hidden sounds of space.
Tim Marlow explores the kinds of sounds and music that influence an artist's art and work.
Peggy Reynolds unravels the plot line of a Shakespearean comedy and plays music.
The latest technology and computer developments
Contemporary rock and pop artists are presented in performance and in conversation.
BBC Radio Merseyside plays the pick of country music and reviews.
BBC Radio Merseyside
With Dave Swanton. Does what it says on the tin.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Robert and Amy tell stories and sing songs that help us learn about the phonetic alphabet
Derek Jones meets celebrities who love the British countryside and birdlife