Film about the studio where some of America's most creative and defiant music was made. (R)
Is the ultra-conservative Wahhabi branch of Islam the ideology behind Islamic extremism...
BBC World Service
4/4 Will the latest advances in biomedical sciences ever lead us to the perfect body?
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Infinite Monkeys Brian Cox and Robin Ince attempt to answer some questions from listeners.
3/3 Reggie Yates spends a week with Prophet Mboro, a controversial self-styled prophet. (R)
Tamara Rojo talks about the history of Swan Lake and dancing the ultimate role in ballet. (R)
High definition Signed
13/14 Exposing hapless continuity errors, awful anachronisms and gaping plot holes. (R)
Keith Richards discusses the Rolling Stones' 1969 release with Roger Scott.
BBC Radio 6 Music
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10/15 The Cornwall Air Ambulance team rescue a man who has taken a serious fall off his ladder. (R)
High definition Audio described
20/20 A light-fingered neighbour is caught pinching from a vulnerable pensioner. (R)
2/6 Dave and Debbie are sinking all their savings into a village pub in Gloucestershire. (R)
5/20 Michael visits one of the first stately homes to welcome visitors by rail - Chatsworth. (R)
11/15 The police in south Wales stop a suspicious driver and uncover a whole host of problems.
3/3 Jolyon Jenkins meets those who think the sick can be cured through the power of prayer.
BBC Radio 4
5/23 Victorian postcards reveal Rhyl's glory years to Hermione Cockburn. (R)
6/6 Following the tanks of the 1944 British armoured break-out from the Normandy bridgehead. (R)
2/4 Mòr Nicleòid à Iarsiadar, ach a bha a' fuireach am Brù, Leòdhas a' còmhradh mu beatha.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
1/5 Robert McCrum explores the life of Kaye Webb, founder of the Puffin Club.
From west Africa to south Wales - a portrait of dancer and choreographer Idrissa Camara.
Felicity Evans visits two London boroughs to see if they have lessons for Welsh councils. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
5/10 Michael Portillo explores Germany, the powerhouse of today's European Union. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Series looking at the islands of Scotland. This programme looks at Shetland. (R)
24/25 Michael Portillo explores the fascinating history of Belfast's Victorian docks. (R)
2/2 Documentary following the hopes, dreams and ambitions of the workers on Bombay's railways. (R)
2/7 The pressure steps up and the junior paramedics deal with their most testing cases yet. (R)
3/3 Sarah Montague and guests debate whether the UK should follow America's lead.
Frank Swain, aged 32, is losing his hearing. But could he create a new supersense?
14/21 The story of four groups aiming for success at the FilmG short film competition. (R)
Harry Hook uses his images to tell a personal story as he visits remote tribal groups.
Film exploring the lives of women within the English Defence League's ranks.
2/2 Evan Davis asks if we can create a city with the pull of the capital, outside the capital.
4/4 The girls put all their new skills to use.
4/4 Gus Casely-Hayford explores the story of 16th-century bronzes from the kingdom of Benin. (R)
Documentary about the Gaelic language. (R)
Charting the disappearing world of Belfast's Jewish community.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
3/6 Josie Long presents a sequence of mini documentaries about small acts of resistance. (R)
Charting the fortunes of pop group Badfinger, the first band to sign to the Apple label. (R)
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
1/2 Thirteen-year-old Alfie enters the Essex 'Mini Stocks' Championships. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
How the album changed popular music for ever between the mid 1960s and the late 1970s. (R)
Jessie Levene looks at the rise of China's magazine culture, its link to consumerism, a...
Film exploring the lives of women within the English Defence League's ranks. (R)
David Bintley on how British ballet was forged during the Second World War. (R)
2/2 Harry and Hannah both go to Sundown in Norfolk for their first festival experience. (R)
2/6 Featuring Winston Churchill, Emmeline Pankhurst, John Noakes and King Kong. (R)
Harry Hook uses his images to tell a personal story as he visits remote tribal groups. (R)