Simon Preston visits a UK town and, with a local chef, creates a new signature dish
BBC Radio Scotland
Tracy Beaker's video blog helps guide the way through the ups and downs of growing up.
Series exploring the re-emergence of steam trains on railways across the UK.
Series showcasing the best of travel across the globe.
Bringing you the biggest stories and most exciting destinations from around the world.
BBC World News
Peter Curran visits members of the many and varied disciplines of science
BBC Radio 4
Series following a new approach tried as an alternative to custody for child offenders
Jazz composer Julian Joseph goes in search of black classical musicians from the past.
Exploring the different attitudes and definitions of mental health and mental wellbeing
BBC World Service
Dr Geoff Bunn features comic book heroes and science in his history of the lie detector.
Dominic Arkwright charts the life of Thomas Middleton, the bad boy of Renaissance drama.
Mathematician and code-breaker Alan Turing, and his role in the invention of the computer.
Nick Barraclough explores what makes a great lead guitar player.
Join Livvy and Chrissie for The Twelve O'Clock Show. Exciting chat, fun and interviews.
BBC Radio Bristol
Pink Floyd members explore the tragic mental breakdown of former front man Syd Barrett.
Messrs Barker and Corbett present some of their favourite Two Ronnies sketches.
Horatio Clare joins the Paris River Police, the Brigade Fluviale, on patrol on the Seine
Historian Jon Lawrence of Cambridge University asks what has happened to the working class
As Britain's last glass eye maker retires, Jolyon Jenkins explores the world of false eyes
Alistair McGowan tells the story of the love letters that composer Erik Satie never sent.
Screenwriter Jeremy Dyson praises the supernatural stories of Robert Aickman.
Mark Sutherland explores the alternative side of the 1980s music scene.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Melvyn Bragg explores the idea and evolution of culture
Radio 3's cabaret of the word...
BBC Radio 3
Have your say on the day's matches on 01743 248321.
BBC Radio Shropshire
British sitcom starring Dawn French as the Vicar of the rural parish of Dibley
Mark Carruthers provides comment and expert analysis on the week's political news
Richard Coles on the various ways that the voice of God is depicted, and what this reveals
The celebrated interpreter of Jacques Brel's songs talks about her lifetime in music.
Intimate portrait of the musician Robert Wyatt in his own words.
James Naughtie hosts discussion about Scotland's future, from the Edinburgh Festival.
Raymond Tallis describes how the act of waiting pervades so much of our daily lives.
Current affairs series taking a look at issues that matter in Wales.
Eric Robson asks why the bestselling author Hugh Walpole has been forgotten.
Comedy series following a tight-knit family from the west Dublin suburbs.
Testimony from the women who sailed across the Atlantic to join their servicemen husbands.
AJP Taylor appraises the successes and failures of World War Two leaders.
Roz Kidman Cox looks at the continuing conflict over the pursuit of whales
Barbara Plett examines how the Syria conflict could shape the future of the Middle East.
The effect of World War One from a global perspective
Zarghuna Kargar hears the stories of British and Afghan women widowed by the 13-year war.
The high price of gold has led to Asians being targeted for their wedding jewellery.
Highlights of the week's proceedings in Parliament
News, entertainment updates and sport, plus a look at what's making the next day's papers
BBC Radio 5 live
Cerys Matthews drives the A470, the highway running through the heart of Wales
Have your say on Blues, Baggies, Aston Villa, Wolves and Walsall
BBC WM 95.6
Martin Sheen explores the continuing magic of Irving Berlin's best-selling song.
BBC Radio Ulster
Paolo Hewitt tells the story of The Who.
The extraordinary and hidden histories behind everyday objects and actions.
Colin Murphy trawls through old film footage to see how people used to live
Kenneth Grahame's classic tale of Mole, Ratty, Badger and Toad.
Matthew Hill investigates the drug Champix and its possible links to psychiatric illness.
A close encounter with the street chess players of Washington Square Park, New York.
Arts and popular culture programme.
Long-running natural history documentary series.
Joe Dunthorne's England Writers Football Team plays against the Scotland Writers Team.
The programme that puts the important questions to those in the spotlight
Philip Sweeney finds out about the pioneering composer of African Sanctus David Fanshawe.
What’s been happening around the world and why it matters
Mark Mardell looks at the week's big stories and previews the week to come
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In depth reporting, intelligent analysis and major breaking news from a global perspective
Biopic of Burt Munro, who used his rebuilt Indian Scout motorcycle to set a speed record.
Series exploring the way photography has been used to construct the image of ten icons.
The radio panel game of literary correctness
Comedy thriller about two well-meaning idiots who become entangled in a world of crime.
Will Robson assesses the controversial use of drones by Britain's armed forces.
Edi Stark follows the production of an artistic performance on the theme of independence.
Yes. No. Don't Know: Three choices that sparked a 24-hour landmark in Scottish theatre.
Young Italian professionals working in the UK reveal how their economy has cast them out.
Anarchic sitcom about degenerate North London students in the 80s
As Liverpool's Everyman Theatre prepares to reopen, hear from those who worked there.
April de Angelis explores the depiction of sexual violence in feminist theatre.
Jimmy Page, Mark Knopfler, Phil Manzanera and Cliff Richard on Hank Marvin.
Scientists at a lonely Arctic outpost dig up an alien from the permafrost.
David Aaronovitch investigates 'declinism' - the idea that human society is in decline.
Zina Saro-Wiwa explores the legacy of Africa's first great post-colonial novel.
Series examining overlooked but noteworthy historical events, with Michael Portillo
New research on how society works
Angela Saini explores shared space - an idea set to bring peace and harmony to our streets
Classic interview series featuring novelists, artists and performers
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Phill Jupitus investigates the social importance of 2 Tone music in Britain.
Please switch over to BBC One for the latest news from your area
Christopher Lee's history series telling the story of the growth of Britain's Empire.
A political review of the week presented by Andrew Neil
The correspondence between James VI of Scotland and Elizabeth I.
Series delving into the BBC archives to reveal how life in Northern Ireland has changed
Radio 4's flagship news and current affairs programme; including Thought for the Day
A playful but informative look at why we do the things we do
Your calls and comments on the afternoon's football action involving our local teams.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Action from our local sides, plus the best sports stories across Beds, Herts and Bucks.
Kavita Puri presents the stories of the pioneering migrants from the Indian subcontinent
Investigating the so-called 'swinging London' of the 1960s. (1967)
Janet Ellis celebrates that most unpredictable of mythological beings, the genie.
Prof Ali Ansari presents a world history as seen through Persian eyes