Quentin Letts infuriates some listeners, and the Today editor discusses presenters.
Roger Bolton explores BBC radio's approach to religious broadcasting.
Health reporting and ghosts on Radio 4. And what is the public's view on the BBC's future?
Listener comments on the BBC's future, iPlayer downloads and life-drawing on the radio.
Views on the BBC licence fee settlement and verdicts on Apple's new radio station.
Should the BBC use the name Islamic State? And Marcus Brigstocke on future radio comedy.
Top Gear talk on Radio 2. Plus Andrew Roberts on Napoleon, and Lyse Doucet talks safety.
Radio 4's forum for listener comment.
The BBC's impartiality during the election and the inspiration of the Shipping Forecast.
Radio 5 live listeners pin down politicians with their questions.
Listeners get into bed with MPs, but waking up with Sara Cox is not everyone's cup of tea.
How Radio 1 is engaging young voters, and a Radio 4 sound man's close shave with a lion.
Behind the scenes at BBC Westminster and a nostalgic look back at the Sunday chart show.
Reporting from Putin's Russia and Radio 4's Listeners' Election.
The editor of The Archers answers listeners' questions about the show's recent storylines.
The secrets behind successful Radio 4 comedy. And is there a future for the licence fee?
Coverage of Natalie Bennett's 'brain fade', and listeners bid farewell to Face the Facts.
Radio 4's coverage of the Dresden bombings and shocking audio from Copenhagen.
Was Radio 4 right to air ten hours of War and Peace? Plus do we need more good news?
Listeners talk directly to the controller of Radio 4 about The Archers and budget cuts.
Tom Mangold on establishment conspiracies and the BBC, and reality TV in the Moral Maze.
Elan Closs Stephens on why listeners' views matter, plus behind-the-scenes of Home Front.
PM's editor defends Buerk updates. And how funding changes may affect the World Service.
Will You and Yours return to its full length? And Feedback in 60 seconds.
Should BBC Radio be visualised? Plus how Radio 1's Newsbeat breached editorial guidelines.
Rediscovering Hancock's Half Hour. And why some Archers addicts say they will switch off.
Russell Brand on Start the Week. And will surround sound transform radio drama?
Moral Maze's controversial trail and how could BAME experts change the sound of BBC radio.
How best to pin down politicians? And what worries BBC Radio 1 controller Ben Cooper?
More time to catch up on iPlayer, and Jarvis Cocker brings classical music to Radio 4.