Terry Wogan hosts a compilation programme celebrating the unique talent of Arthur Lowe.
Ceòl Ceilteach. A musical showcase
Oral history series about life in Wales from the turn of the century until 1939.
'Consider everything useful information'. Richard Novak's pain leads to a crying woman.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Series exploring key decisions facing doctors in the first critical hour of emergency care
Five months in the lives of three post-Troubles teenagers living in north Belfast.
BBC Radio 4
CP Lee celebrates the life, career and music of singer and Oscar-winning actor Burl Ives.
Miles Warde tells the inside story of the closure of Cadbury's Somerdale factory
An old man with a broken heart wonders whether he can remedy his sorry situation.
Ian Bostridge opens a window onto one of Benjamin Britten's strangest musical works.
The country's top players competing for the Scottish title
David Gilmour of Pink Floyd plays live to celebrate the 26th anniversary of Solidarity.
American expat Larry organises a concert in Majorca in honour of a local composer.
A look at the life and work of photographer Frank Hurley.
Eleanor Bron reads from Hilary Spurling's biography of the great French artist.
Sitcom about 20-something Don, a man with bad luck and even worse instincts
Charlie Brooker explores the gulf between real life and television
Educational programme for Foundation to KS1
Join Jack Murley on BBC Somerset.
Series following newly-qualified medics working on hospital wards for the first time.
The Labour Party elects its new leader on the eve of its annual conference in Manchester.
A stripper investigates when a rival dancer is found strangled with her own G-string.
Susan Marling meets the only English mayor in France, as he campaigns for re-election.
A shy middle-aged woman is forced out of her shell by a friendship with a 12 year old girl
Action from the curling rink at the Winter Olympics
Linguist Mark Turin explores the fate of the world's endangered languages
A shy middle-aged woman is forced out of her shell by a 12 year old girl.
BBC Radio 7
Michael Rosen investigates the story of the library
Deborah Bull reveals her long-held fascination for Pina Bausch's Tanztheater company.
The story of British rock band Queen, formed in 1971
The story of British rock band Queen, formed in 1971.
Stephen Fry and Matt Lucas host an irreverent romp through Radio 4's broadcasting history.
David Gilmour, the voice and guitar of Pink Floyd, performs live at The Royal Albert Hall.
The biggest event in the British curling calendar
Coverage as Glenafton Athletic take on Hurlford United for the Scottish Junior Cup.
A groundbreaking, global nature series with Chris Packham
Annual international fixture that combines the skills of Shinty and Hurling
Gaelic for beginners
Julia Paul talks to local soldiers, nurses and churchmen about the future of Afghanistan.
BBC Radio Ulster
Martin Bashir profiles the controversial American broadcaster Howard Stern.
Programme investigating crime in Britain over the last 60 years
Trouble erupts when a girls' school is billetted to a boys' school by mistake.
A celebration of one of the more distinctive hair fashions.
Alan Thompson takes a nostalgic look back at the past
BBC Radio Wales
Alan Thompson and guests go back to 1967 and the Summer of Love.
Noel Edmonds recreates the sounds and sights of summer 1931 for guest Barbara Cartland.
Ian McMillan delves into the world of Elvis impersonators. What motivates them to do it?
Celebrities' lives are evaluated through the reminiscences of friends and colleagues
Classic hits and memories from one year - but which one?
Liam's innocent quest for the father he never met uncovers a series of dark secrets.