1/5 The Stevie Wonder Story (1/5). Presented by Stuart Grundy. First broadcast in 1977. (R)
BBC Radio 6 Music
Paul Morley explores the impact of 7-inch single's grand relative and its peak in the 80s.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/3 Vickery explores how the Edwardian suffragette movement enacted a violent campaign. (R)
1/8 Michelle Keegan uncovers some exceptional women on her family tree. (R)
3/4 Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler and others remember the Jam. (R)
8/30 Clare Balding reveals that sport was the glue that helped keep the British Empire together
Kirsty Wark celebrates the life and work of Scottish writer Dame Muriel Spark. (R)
The story of Ira Aldridge, a 19th-century actor who defied racial prejudice.
On the Belgian coast, Miranda Krestovnikoff meets the men who use heavy horses to fish. (R)
6/6 Buzz juggles dating two best friends, while farrier Mark keeps his options open. (R)
A behind-the-scenes look at the musical School of Rock in the run-up to opening night. (R)
In search of the musicality and sonic landscape of Virginia Woolf's world.
BBC Radio 4
2/10 A GP with Britain's most unusual commute takes to the skies. (R)
Jack Gilbert's reflective poem for the midpoint of summer, read by Simon Russell Beale.
MEPs have launched an investigation into 'Golden Passport' programmes across Europe.
BBC World Service
A playful, surreal take on the life of a man as a bee, read by Anton Lesser.
How Aneurin Bevan convinced his harshest critics, the doctors, to sign up to his NHS.
BBC Radio 4 FM
9/30 Clare Balding tells the story of how football went from an amateur pastime to big business
Langston Hughes' Dream Variations, read by Noma Dumezweni.
A Quaker family reconciled doing business in the war economy with their pacifist beliefs.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Harriet Walter reads There Came a Wind Like a Bugle for the midpoint of summer.
3/3 Stories of the people who live along the South Wales Valleys rail network.
BBC Radio Wales
The story of Sir John MacKenzie.
3/4 Michael Portillo pitches in at a game of street cricket. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
The Foodie's back on the road seeking out the finest chefs, tips and recipes.
History short looking at well-known dances from across the world.
Professor Joann Fletcher explores life as a woman of power in ancient Egypt. (R)
The families head to neighbouring farms that produce food on a big scale. (R)
John Morrison talks to Donald Macleod about covering the Lockerbie bombing.
Revealing Marie Curie's personal life and the challenges she faced and overcame. (R)
A warm-hearted look back at Stornoway's postwar social history.
When Blondie released their album Pollinator Johnnie spoke to Debbie Harry and Chris Stein
BBC Radio 2
6/6 A raw cookie-dough parlour and a premium burger idea visit Manchester.
Ionnsaighean soirbheachail le na Co-chòmhragaich san Eadailt air an t-seachdain sa an 1918
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
MEPs have launched an investigation into 'Golden Passport' programmes across Europe. (R)
The rivalry story between Che Guevara and Fidel Castro.
Documentary about Dr Temple Grandin, who can talk to the animals. (R)
Documentary following Brendan Holland, who suffers from a condition known as gigantism. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Ruairidh Alastair MacLennan investigates the effect of social media on mental health.
20 years ago, Iran and the USA played one of the most politically charged football matches
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
1/3 Jocelyn Bell Burnell talks about her career and the links between religion and science. (R)
Three poems to reflect on the longest day of the year before the light begins to fade.
How 19th-century countess Ada Lovelace helped give rise to the modern era of computing. (R)
The independence vote in the north-eastern region of Catalonia shook Spain's democracy to (R)
BBC World News Latin America, North America only
Barra Best sees how Copeland place has become a haven for many local birds and wildlife.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/5 The Stevie Wonder Story (2/5) - Wondering. Presented by Stuart Grundy. (R)
A West Midlands Ambulance Service specialist trauma team are called to a brutal stabbing. (R)
4/4 Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler and others remember the Jam. (R)
1/2 Comedian Frankie Boyle heads to Russia before the World Cup tournament begins. (R)
The story of the female artists who aimed to radically change the way women were perceived (R)