Dark thriller set in a sinister future Britain, featuring a masked avenger known as 'V'.
Tony Harrison's controversial poem gets its British radio debut. Very strong language.
BBC Radio 4
Scientists uncover evidence about vaccines that may change public health care forever.
Czech playwright and politician's 2007 tragicomedy about ex-Chancellor Vilem Rieger.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Vaisakhi celebrations, interviews and music.
BBC Asian Network
Great music, great conversation and the best of Cumbrian life this weekend.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Patrick Kielty presents the story of Val Doonican
BBC Radio 2
Pauline McLynn narrates an affectionate portrait of Irish entertainer Val Doonican.
25 years on, police review the unsolved murder of a young woman. But is the killing over?
Valerie Singleton and an audience of children put their questions to a celebrity guest
Another beautiful story of everyday life from John Osborne, creator of John Peel's Shed.
Valery Gergiev conducts with the LSO, at the Met and at the Mariinsky Theatre in Russia.
The adventures of a mysterious warrior in an unknown land.
A scientist ventures to Lapland to track down his missing wife and his stolen invention.
Prehistoric monsters run riot when a travelling show discovers a valley that time forgot.
Documentary series about amateur Welsh orchestra Symphonica Tywi.
Huw Edwards narrates this series which explores the South Wales valleys.
Exploring the values, ethics and moral codes by which Welsh figures live their lives
BBC Radio Wales
Phil George talks to celebrity guests about the values that have shaped their lives
Phil George talks to his guests from Los Angeles about the values that influenced them
Melvyn Bragg explores the idea and evolution of culture
Five people from different spheres of life reflect on what failure has taught them
Hammer horror combining a circus setting with an unusual vampire tale.
Natalie Haynes investigates our contemporary obsession with Vampires and Zombies.
Historian Lisa Hilton uncovers why we have been obsessed with vampires for centuries.
A millionaire and a naked girl disappear. Can the Dutch sleuth find them?
Martin's former lover has been murdered. He's the prime suspect and knows something
Richard Cork explores the mind of Vincent van Gogh through his correspondence.
Compilation of singer-songwriter Van Morrison's most memorable BBC performances.
BBC Radio Ulster
A selection of Van Morrison's finest performances from Later with Jools Holland.
A redundant baker purchases an old van and sets himself up in the fast food business.
Gerry Anderson celebrates van men.
A first look at the day's news, plus great entertainment and music
Have your say on the day's news and hear London's decision makers held to account.
BBC London 94.9
Vanessa Feltz reviews 2013 and is joined by Rod Stewart, Frances Quinn and James Jordan.
The latest videos, photos, and updates about Vanessa's quest for dancefloor domination.
A single mum hairdresser is in for a shock from a new client.
Edi Stark goes in search of cutting edge science which and shakes our notion of identity.
BBC Radio Scotland
William Thackeray's satire of English society during the Napoleonic wars.
Dramatisation of William Makepeace Thackeray's tale of passion and ambition.
Elliot Levey reads Vasily Grossman's front line despatches from the battle of Stalingrad
Recorded coverage of the Public Accounts Committee session on VAT Missing Trader Fraud.
France, 1671. A penniless prince invites King Louis XIV to his country chateau for a feast
Andy Martin examines whether the Catholic Church can survive in Ireland.
A profile of the heart of the Catholic Church and the world's smallest sovereign state.
Marianne Thorsen (violin) and Ian Brown (piano) perform Vaughan Williams's Violin Sonata.
BBC Radio 3
The best bits of the week on BBC Three Counties.
BBC Three Counties Radio
HRH the Prince of Wales leads veterans in a service at the Cenotaph in Whitehall.
Greg Wallace and Charlie Hicks answer listeners' calls and celebrate fruit and veg.
From big cats to tiny weasels, this series follows the sometimes surprising evolution of the Carnivora - the mammals that eat meat.
The action of a heated moment is a turning point in the life of an actress.
Series which follows Venice's emergency and public services
A possessed local hunts a group of teenagers through Louisiana's bayous.
Dark comedy about a man living a fantasy life while lying in hospital in a coma
An unprecedented glimpse into the lives of tennis star sisters Venus and Serena Williams.
Mari Griffith examines the motivation behind the attack on the Rokeby Venus 100 years ago.
Action-packed western adventure about two trigger-happy cowboy mercenaries.
Sir David Frost interviews Dame Vera Lynn at her home in Sussex.
Radio 3's cabaret of the word...
Graham Vick's radical production of Verdi's Othello for Birmingham Opera Company.
Film following leading opera director Graham Vick through six months of rehearsals.
Have your say on the day's matches on 01743 248321.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Following a fictional rape case in a real court room, presided over by a real judge.
An ambulance-chasing lawyer attempts to regain some integrity from one final case.
Join Vere Richards on BBC Radio Gloucestershire.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Join Verity Cowley on BBC Radio Nottingham.
BBC Radio Nottingham
Tribute to TV producer Verity Lambert, who brought the original Dr Who to the screen.
The Sunday colour supplement! Celebrating "the spirit of Gloucestershire".
The best music and the latest travel information for Berkshire's drive home.
BBC Radio Berkshire
BBC Somerset's weekly look at rural news, countryside issues, wildlife and local events.
Glitz and glamour as Vernon invites you into his showbiz world.
BBC Radio 1
Drama based on the true events of an Irish journalist's pursuit of Dublin's crime lords.
The story of the rise and fall of one of Europe's most splendid palaces
Series exploring the history and modern evolution of the Palace of Versailles in France
Drama-documentary recreating the life and loves of France's most famous king, Louis XIV.
Short story poems, illustrated with sound and music
Could high-rise farming be the solution to feeding our cities or is it a utopian fantasy?
A man who suffers from vertigo is hired to prevent someone from committing suicide.
Rosie Goldsmith goes behind the scenes at London's Victoria and Albert Museum
The history of our curious relationship with murder is explored by Lucy Worsley.
A film taking a humorous peek behind the scenes of the 1948 London Olympics.
Art historian Dr James Fox makes the case for a singularly British renaissance.
Documentary following the weddings of two multicultural couples in contemporary Britain.
Exploring the unique advantages and difficulties of the classic British boarding school.
Documentary series examining life in the Sussex village of Ditchling
Documentary series on life in a Sussex village, tracing the Arts & Crafts movement.
Rachel and Becky Unthank explore England's hidden winter customs and dance traditions.
Dennis Pennis asks some celebrities some cheerfully offensive questions.
Michelle Daniel and Justin Bones celebrate everything Disney, with guest Colin Firth.
BBC Radio Manchester
Stephen Merchant celebrates the comedy writing partnership of Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Comedy by Carl Gorham. Two Jacobite soldiers from 1745 are found in modern day Scotland
Giles Dilnot finds out if new Bristol mayor George Ferguson is making a difference.
Family and colleagues recall the life and personality of artist Gwen John.