A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK.
BBC World News
3/3 In the modern era, song creation was transformed by digital technology and the computer. (R)
How a group of reclusive Rhineland experimentalists became a hugely influential pop group. (R)
2/6 We meet the superstar of VAT refunds and the airport doctor with his very own fan club. (R)
How a group of post-punk musicians took the synthesiser to the centre of the pop stage. (R)
4/4 The circus, music hall and the odd high-diving elk - a history of popular entertainment.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Adam Shaw and Akiko Fujita ask what role is left for man in a world filled with robots. (R)
1/6 Arthur seeks ideas on new ways to raise cash to maintain the ancient manor house. (R)
2/6 Edmund gains experience by running an activity day for local teens at the estate. (R)
This week Hugh and Jessica are transported into a land that time forgot.
Will Archbishop Romero be made an official saint?
BBC World Service
27/52 Alan Freeman looks back at the glam rock era from 1970 to 1975.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Darius Bazargan meets the people caught up in the growing humanitarian crisis in Calais.
BBC News Channel
Brian Meechan visits an NHS clinic, redesigned to improve the way in which it operates. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
2/2 How tricksters have tampered with the composer's musical legacy.
Christina Hardyment looks at life below stairs in Britain between the wars.
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK. (R)
Vishva Samani explores author JD Salinger's enduring relationship with Hindu philosophy.
BBC Radio 4
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents. (R)
The northern French port of Calais is facing an international refugee crisis. (R)
29/34 A compilation of rarely seen interviews and archive footage featuring director David Lean. (R)
Tom Brook looks back at the Sundance Film Festival.
This week Hugh and Jessica are transported into a land that time forgot. (R)
Katie tries to make new friends and the pupils start some unusual subjects. (R)
The story of the Great War told from a unique new aerial perspective. (R)
1/14 Exposing hapless continuity errors, awful anachronisms and gaping plot holes. (R)
Documentary tracing David Attenborough's lifelong passion for birds of paradise. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
2/3 Paris in 1928 attracted people dreaming of a better world after World War I. (R)
1/4 An army of workers carry out overnight repairs to the M6, to the ire of local residents. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Billy Bragg explores the politics behind the work of folklorist Alan Lomax.
Documentary to mark the 150th anniversary of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
BBC Two except Wales
Darius Bazargan meets the people caught up in the growing humanitarian crisis in Calais. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
3/3 The fleet have a huge fishing day and the processing plant gets backed up. (R)
Documentary chronicling our ever-changing love affair with the British singles chart. (R)
1/3 AL Kennedy relates what befell her whilst finishing her latest novel in the USA. (R)
The history of the iconic black box that has come to define the sound of rock. (R)
3/6 Matilda is home from uni and wondering if marketing is the career for her. (R)
4/6 Budding sculptress Matilda attempts to create a cast of her twin brother Arthur. (R)
28/52 Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings.