1/3 Two groups of youngsters head to the Frequency Festival in Austria for music and mayhem. (R)
The captain of Spurs and N Ireland answers questions in the BBC Home Service series.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/6 Reverdy Road in Bermondsey has endured as an enclave of working-class respectability. (R)
Pete Townshend talks about his life and career. Presented by Alexis Korner.
BBC Radio 6 Music
6/10 The team investigate problems viewers have had when eating on the go. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
2/3 How indies could make hit shows during the 1990s and yet still struggle.
Michael Mosley carries out six experiments on his own blood. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
2/4 Clarke Peters explores how Louis and His Tympany Five became a big act on the scene.
1/3 Three British mechanics are challenged to survive for ten days in a tough Nigerian slum. (R)
The true story of twin sisters from China, adopted by two separate sets of parents. (R)
4/4 Around 10% of the population of the Philippines work abroad but what effect does it have?
BBC World Service
3/3 Paul Jackson charts the changing fortunes of the independent production sector since 2000.
7/36 Brett Westwood with morning commentary on the live wildlife cameras.
Red Button (Satellite and Cable)
How Islamic State became the world’s richest terror army
Three surviving Bevin Boys reflect on the ways the experience changed them for ever.
BBC Radio 4
Peter Snow looks back over BBC election night coverage since 1955. (R)
1/3 Revealing how some of France's most historic gardens were used as a display of power. (R)
Sunil Khilnani profiles Guru Nanak, the 15th-century founder of the Sikh religion.
6/25 Michael Portillo feeds the crew of Britain's newest warship. (R)
1/6 Clare Balding takes a cycle tour from Lynmouth to Ilfracombe via Little Switzerland. (R)
3/12 Martin Hughes-Games tracks down one of our top predators - the adder.
Two of the girls who were kidnapped by Ariel Castro speak out about the harrowing ordeal. (R)
2/2 Philippa Gregory tells the stories of the women at the heart of the Wars of the Roses. (R)
3/12 Chris Packham hosts an interactive Springwatch Unsprung live from RSPB Minsmere in Suffolk
A true story of brain injury, recovery and discovery.
Documentary which lifts the lid on what our cleaners really think about us.
The home movies of the enthusiasts who helped to save Britain's inland waterways. (R)
2/4 Robert Bartlett unearths evidence of the complex passions of medieval men and women. (R)
David Spiegelhalter's witty, mindboggling look at what chance really is. Truly 'risky' TV. (R)
6/10 Michael Portillo unearths the documents that show a king's role in a brutal torture. (R)
Alexis Korner talks to Led Zeppelin's guitar virtuoso.
Michael Mosley looks at how scientists have probed the mind of the murderer. (R)
2/3 A look at the Indonesian village of Lamalera, which is notorious for its whale hunting. (R)
3/4 Clarke Peters explores Jordan's collaborations with Bing Crosby and Ella Fitzgerald.
2/3 Three trainee chefs swap their clean UK kitchens for street food stalls in Indonesia. (R)
Investigations and journeys into the heart of global events from BBC correspondents.