Former Olympic head of deliverance Ian Fletcher is the BBC's head of values.
The Welsh Amateur Boxing Association with the best of Welsh boxing.
Drama. A high-school graduate strikes up an unlikely friendship with his therapist.
Forced out of Crystal City, a group of Mormons head west in search of the promised land.
Western. A freight wagon line leader tries to deliver supplies to needy settlers.
Five WAGs work in some of the most deprived neighbourhoods in South Africa
Five WAGs work in some of the poorest and most deprived neighbourhoods in South Africa
The Wah Yan Jee Sing team bring you the latest on health and social issues in Cantonese
BBC Radio Ulster
Huw Williams appraises classic comedy music written for film, television and radio.
BBC Radio 4
Semi-autobiographical coming-of-age drama written and directed by actor Richard E Grant.
An exploration of the work of Britain's greatest fell walker and author, Alfred Wainwright
Julia Bradbury walks across northern England from the west to the east coast
Stuart Maconie follows in the footsteps of Lake District fell walker Alfred Wainwright.
Documentary recalling the life of eccentric Lancastrian Alfred Wainwright.
Game show in which contestants must wait as long as possible to answer the questions.
Spending a week with her teacher Miss Dudley is badly-behaved Loretta's worst nightmare.
The serious and not so serious side of returning unwanted gifts and faulty products.
Stephanie Cole and Graham Crowden star as two geriatric delinquents.
As Scotland awaits a referendum on Independence, what has Quebec's experience been?
1963 film on unemployment followed by a report on how it changed the north's politics.
Series which draws out the dreams and preoccupations of people living in Britain
Raymond Tallis describes how the act of waiting pervades so much of our daily lives.
Your weekend wake-up call.
BBC Radio York
With Sarah Major
BBC Radio Sheffield
News and views on business and the world of personal finance
BBC Radio 5 live
Terry Wogan's regular morning broadcast, featuring music, news and chat
BBC Radio 2
Chill out over Christmas and New Year with a series of special shows
BBC Radio 1
A grieving couple take part in a ritual to bring their daughter back to life.
Hot-blooded reinvestigations of cold cases: new techniques, old crimes.
Romantic comedy. A car salesman tries to hide his affair with his best friend's wife.
Edi Stark investigates if the law and science are at odds in the 'sleepwalking defence'.
BBC Radio Scotland
Edi Stark investigates whether the science and law are at odds in sleepwalking crimes.
Waldemar Januszczak visits the world's oldest international contemporary art festival.
Brian Walden presents vivid personal profiles of postwar Labour Party leaders.
A look at the concept of the hero.
News: Wales video & audio
Sport: Wales video & audio
The investiture of Charles as Prince of Wales in 1969 was dogged by extremist threats.
Documentary exploring the link between Wales and the highest mountain in the world.
BBC Radio Wales
Russell T Davies and Eve Myles look at how Hollywood films have portrayed Wales.
Marking the 75th anniversary of the arrival of Basque refugees fleeing Spain's Civil War.
Tony Etoria looks at links between HM Stanley and the old African colonial country
Chris Corcoran presents a personal take on growing up with the Six Nations championship.
Chris Corcoran presents a sideways look at this year's Six Nations rugby championship.
Six people with a connection to war today explore the Great War.
Eddie Butler discovers the stories of the Welshmen who have played in the Ryder Cup.
Series that reveals some extraordinary stories about Wales and the history of the world
Christian Malcolm sees how Welsh athletes are limbering up for London 2012
Vaughan Roderick asks if Wales can find a vision and make its claim for a better future.
Highlights from the 2013 World Music Festival WOMEX, which was held in Cardiff.
Bethan Elfyn presents a collaborative concert recorded at the Wales Millennium Centre.
Eddie Butler delves into the modern Olympics to reveal Wales's original sporting heroes
Frank Hennessy introduces a special concert recorded at the BBC Hoddinott Hall in Cardiff.
John Humphrys examines the effect of World War II on Wales
BBC Wales’ Business Correspondent Brian Meechan presents the workplace issues programme.
Nick Servini looks at the role of Social Enterprises.
Series charting a year in the lives of eight Welsh families.
Huw Edwards discovers the hand that Welsh people have had in shaping Australia.
Renee Godfrey travels the country to explore how the changing seasons affect life in Wales
Series using colour archive and personal accounts to recount life in the Seventies.
Series using colour archive and personal accounts to recount life in the Sixties.
Highlights of the Wales Ladies Championship of Europe
Sian Pari Huws explores personal diaries to examine day-to-day life in Wales
Round-up of action, views and results from Welsh, British and international sport
Jason Mohammad presents an FA Cup special. Highlights of Chasetown v Cardiff City.
Simon Wright challenges home cooks to get their dishes on the menu of top UK restaurants
Alex Jones presents a showcase of films about Wales
This series looks at some of the people spending their leisure time in caravans in Wales.
Highlights of the final two rounds of the Celtic Manor Wales Open tournament.
Series of dramas focusing on aspects of life in Wales.
Questions in the House of Commons to Welsh Secretary Peter Hain and his team of ministers
Wales Rally GB
Marking the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Current affairs series taking a look at issues that matter in Wales.
Coverage of the Wales Sport Awards