BBC Radio Gloucestershire joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
BBC Radio Bristol joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Bristol
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
The Treasury Committee's session with the Chairman of Barclays Bank, Marcus Agius.
Can politicians impose their will on banks without damaging Britain's economic prospects?
BBC News Channel
Ryan Tubridy sits in for Chris Evans with a fully interactive show for all the family.
BBC Radio 2
Enda McClafferty and Sarah Brett live from the north west, with news, sport and weather.
BBC Radio Foyle
Join Jamie and Louise for music and chat, advice, celebrity guests and your calls.
BBC Radio Wales
The west's rising food costs, sex addiction & Paraolympic preparations for Team GB in Bath
Stephen Nolan looks back at some of the highlights of his morning radio show from 2012.
BBC Radio Ulster
The Public Accounts Committee's session on tax disputes with Dave Hartnett and Lin Homer.
Stephen Sackur talks to Maajid Nawaz, a former radical Islamist who renounced his views.
BBC World Service Online
3/5 Morality and freedom: Iris Murdoch and David Pears discuss the nature of morality.
BBC Radio 4
A joint Woman's Hour-Men's Hour special show.
BBC Radio 5 live
Join Matt for Bank Holiday Monday music and conversation.
BBC Radio Manchester
Busnesu a sgwrsio, chwerthin a chrio - y cyfan ar raglen Nia.
BBC Radio Cymru
Stephen Nolan sits in for Victoria Derbyshire with original stories from across the UK.
Bank holiday chat and debate with Lee Thomas, on the programme that gets things done.
BBC Radio Stoke
I nodi hanner canrif o ganu'n gyhoeddus, Dafydd Iwan sy'n crynhoi ei yrfa hyd yma
Jeremy presents news, views and live guests.
Join William Crawley and the team for news, views and reaction to the stories of the day.
Neil Armstrong and space travel and do you love supermarket self service tills?
We hear your memories of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon.
Aled's special guest today is crime writer PD James.
Raj and Pablo sit in for Nihal. Are Asians obsessed with hoarding?
BBC Asian Network
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
Death Row, USA: Liz Green journeys to Florida to find out more about Death Row.
BBC Radio Leeds
News and weather from BBC Wales.
BBC One Wales
Liz Green has in-depth interviews with the great and good of Yorkshire.
Science journalist Mark Henderson discusses his book, The Geek Manifesto.
The Home Affairs Committee's Affairs pre-appointment hearing with Tom Winsor.
Mark Smith sits in and looks at the decrease of pupils being excluded from local schools.
Còmhla ri Mark Wringe. 'Se leabhar na mìos The Help le Kathryn Stockett.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
News from Wales with Jamie Owen, Sian Lloyd and Lucy Owen, plus weather and sports news.
Huw Jones yn holi pobl flaengar yn eu meysydd am y gwerthoedd sydd wedi llywio eu bywydau.
We hear from people who live and work in Helmand province in Afghanistan.
Mark Chapman presents 5 live Sport and the Monday Night Club.
A mixture of news and sport for the West Midlands.
BBC WM 95.6
The Environmental Audit select committee session on protecting the Arctic.
8/8 Another chance to see some of the programme's best features and stories. (R)
Phil Tufnell and Michael Vaughan preview the second ODI between England and South Africa.
The ideal end to your day. Join the conversation on 0370 143 1333 (national rate).
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
BBC Radio Derby
BBC Hereford & Worcester
BBC Radio Leicester
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
BBC Radio Nottingham
BBC Radio Shropshire
Larry Budd and Paul Dunphy sit in to present late night news and conversation.
BBC Radio Humberside
BBC Radio Sheffield
BBC Radio York
Wind up the evening with great music and calls.
Charlie Jordan sits in with late night conversation and great music on BBC WM.
Witnesses across the UK describe seeing a bright light - probably a meteor.
Celebrated Italian conductor Riccardo Muti talks to Norman Lebrecht.
BBC Radio 3
5/6 Comedian and musician Tim Minchin interviews journalist and author Caitlin Moran.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Lord David Lipsey on his memoirs, In the Corridors of Power.
Can politicians impose their will on banks without damaging Britain's economic prospects? (R)
Mark D'Arcy presents a look at books marking Her Majesty the Queen's diamond jubilee.
Why has Sir Patrick chosen small theatre audiences over the glamour of Hollywood? (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with MP Tom Watson about his book Dial M for Murdoch.
The Liaison Committee session with Prime Minister David Cameron, from Tuesday 3 July.
Tuesday 28 August 2012