Lara Petrossians and Rengin Arslan discover how little remains of Armenian culture.
BBC World News
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK.
A first-hand account of rockers on the road from the late 1950s to the 80s and beyond. (R)
An evocative sound portrait of Britain's largest lake, home to wildlife and myth.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/10 Martin Ellis catches up with famous early cyclists Edward Elgar and Vaughn Williams.
Horizons examines the human brain and technology expanding our knowledge. (R)
Lulik and its links to the sacred past in East Timor
BBC World Service
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
Keith Richards discusses the Rolling Stones' 1969 release with Roger Scott.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Reporter Lara Petrossian visits Turkey 100 years after the Armenian massacres.
BBC News Channel
1/2 American writer and satirist PJ O’Rourke and his unique take on the British election
1/6 The Now Show gang present their critique of the second of the leaders' debates.
A look at the crimson-winged flamingos coming to Lake Natron in Tanzania every year.
Barry Cryer hears how recordings are restored so that music hall stars can be heard again.
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK. (R)
6/6 Looking at structures that have been built for arts, leisure and entertainment purposes. (R)
7/8 Alan Titchmarsh explores Wilderness Britain, realm of the magnificent golden eagle. (R)
2/3 Francine Stock explores a fragmented world through the prism of the art it created.
BBC Radio 4
3/5 Phil Coulter hears from Roger Greenaway, Peter Callander and Mitch Murray. (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Fortune tellers are prosecuted for making predictions about soldiers serving on the front.
8/10 A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Richard Harris.
Lara Petrossians and Rengin Arslan discover how little remains of Armenian culture. (R)
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents. (R)
1/4 Jamie Owen visits Newport and calls in at the railway station and the Transporter Bridge. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
23/50 History short looking at life and business in the 60s. (R)
2/2 Her Majesty the Queen leads tributes in a service to commemorate the Battle of Gallipoli.
BBC Two except Scotland
3/3 What finally killed all the woolly rhinos, mammoths, sloths and sabre-toothed cats? (R)
13/13 Robert Webb is back with more silver screen slip-ups from recent hit movies. (R)
5/6 The history of the Celts during the 18th century and the beginning of the United Kingdom. (R)
The Ethiopian and Eritrean migrants who crossed the Sahara and Mediterranean to Sicily
4/6 Examining the extreme landscapes in northern China, where life is always on the edge. (R)
5/6 The islanders welcome some honoured guests, veterans of the 1982 war.
BBC Two Wales only
The dawning of the age of Black Aquarius, the second great wave of pop occultism in the UK
BBC Radio 4 FM only
The story of the British-led Gallipoli military campaign from Keith Murdoch's perspective.
Reporter Lara Petrossian visits Turkey 100 years after the Armenian massacres. (R)
3/3 Exploring how the official Christian Church and Western society have moved apart.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Exploring Kate Bush's career and music through the testimony of collaborators and fans. (R)
A portrait of poet Gwendolyn Brooks, narrated by her daughter Nora Brooks Blakely. (R)
Fortune tellers are prosecuted for making predictions about soldiers serving on the front. (R)
The story of the secretary-turned-pianist who entertained with her music hall songs. (R)
Dr Saleyha Ahsan cuts through the confusion and reveals the surprising science of fat. (R)
Robbie Robertson of The Band talks to Roger Scott about their self-titled 1969 album.