Dermot Murnaghan presents a series exploring local dialects across the UK.
BBC Radio Ulster
A meditation for Christmas Day from the studio in Broadcasting House.
BBC Radio Foyle
Paul Allen examines the use of verbatim eyewitness accounts and legal evidence in theatre.
BBC Radio 4
Howard Marks presents a documentary on the Stereophonics 1997 debut album Word Gets Around
BBC Radio Wales
Series exploring the world of words and the ways in which we use them
With Cameo, Shalamar, Chaka Khan, Kid Creole, Whitney Houston and Luther Vandross.
New writing and successful writers with Harriett Gilbert.
BBC World Service
Comedy panel game all about words, hosted by Gyles Brandreth
A sequence of classical music mixed with well-loved and less familiar poems and prose
BBC Radio 3
Series of stories by Chris Paling where the music plays as important a role as the words
Educational entertainment for six- to seven-year-olds, with Sophie Aldred
Educational entertainment for five- to seven-year-olds, featuring language and stories
Literacy series for four- to six-year-olds using phonics
Mike Greenwood talks to a number of writers about their literary fascination with fishing.
Walter Love talks to Alan Brady, Ulster journalist turned acclaimed New Zealand winemaker.
Sue Limb's parody of the lives of the Romantic poets
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A love affair and a secret daughter takes Wordsworth to Calais as John Worthen discovers.
Five lectures from the Royal Institute on work, leisure, employment and unemployment.
Coverage of questions to the Minister for Work and Pensions in the House of Commons.
House of Commons questions to James Purnell, Work and Pensions Secretary, from 2 June.
The Home Affairs Committee's session looking into the work of the Home Office.
Gerry Anderson examines the hidden lives of Northern Ireland's Polish community
Series exploring the marginal and forgotten coalfields of England
Including Radio Active, Hordes of the Things and Legal, Decent, Honest and Truthful.
Edi Stark visits HMP Barlinnie to meet some of the officers from Scotland's largest jail.
BBC Radio Scotland
One-off profile programme of Neil Jenkins, Welsh rugby union outside half and goal kicker.
Zoe Williams begins her quest to gain access to the often secret world of the home-worker
Romantic comedy. A secretary tries to move up the corporate ladder by making her own deal.
Girls with a bad work ethic are teamed with businesswomen who try to whip them into shape
We meet workers in Seoul who are on differing steps of the economic ladder.
Looking at the "working life chances" of people from a wide cross-section of the workforce
BBC World News
Hong Kong is one of the world's most densely populated cities, what is it like there?
The latest business, consumer and workplace news from across the country
A look at the German approach to business.
Understanding different countries' approach to business
Charlotte Evans and Cat Whiteaway visit a family history and heritage centre in Ebbw Vale.
Arts and popular culture programme.
Nick Baker explores co-working - a new way of working and a new kind of workspace.
The national and international news, exploring the day's events from a global perspective
News: World video & audio
Documentary series for young people about the world at the beginning of the 21st century.
Long-running natural history documentary series.
Writer Andrew O'Hagan goes on a journey to find out what inspired Scotland's national bard
Our national poet
Scots accordionist Phil Cunningham journeys through Europe
Series of documentaries covering the struggle against South Africa's apartheid system
Irma Kurtz talks to five different agony aunts from around the world.
Comedy about four housemates who seem to be the last people left on Earth
Forty-five minutes of news, analysis and comment, with Martha Kearney
Acclaimed documentary series telling the story of World War II
Coverage from the opening day of the World Championships in Osaka, Japan.
Coverage of the first day of the 11th World Athletics Championships from Osaka in Japan.
Live coverage of the first day at the 11th World Athletics Championships from Osaka.
Coverage of the second day of the World Athletics Championships from Osaka.
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights of the opening day of the World Championships in Osaka.
Coverage of the second day of the World Athletics Championships from Osaka in Japan.
Coverage of the penultimate day of the 11th World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
Coverage of the final day of the 11th World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
Coverage from Osaka of the opening day of the World Athletics Championships.
Coverage from Osaka of the World Athletics Championships.
Coverage from the World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
Coverage of the fourth day of the World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
Coverage of the World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
Coverage of day six of the World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
Coverage of the World Athletics Championships in Osaka, including the men's 400m final.
Coverage of the World Athletics Championships, including the women's 4x400m relay.
Highlights of day two of the World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
Highlights from day three of the World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
Highlights of the action on day four of the World Athletics Championships.
Highlights of the action on day five of the World Athletics Championships.
Highlights of the action on day six of the World Athletics Championships.
Highlights from the World Athletics Championships, including the men's 400m final.
Highlights of the final day of the World Athletics Championships in Osaka.
A host of world champions from the summer circuit compete in the season's finale
Following ten yachts as they embark on the Clipper round the world competition.
Action from the final day of the 16th World Championships in Kuala Lumpur.
Clare Balding presents action from the BWF World Championships in Kuala Lumpur.
Justin Webb asks what the future holds for the World Bank.
World Book Club invites the globe's great authors to discuss their best known novel.