Peter Snow looks back over BBC election night coverage since 1955. (R)
1/3 David Nobbs, the comic genius behind Reggie Perrin, talks about his comedy career.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/4 Dan Snow travels through India in the footsteps of the East India Company. (R)
BBC World News North America
Andy Peebles talks to the man behind the sounds of the Beatles, the Goons and others.
BBC Radio 6 Music
2/10 Actress Jane Seymour discovers what happened to her Polish relatives during World War II. (R)
Record producer Tony Visconti considers Oasis' 1995 hit Wonderwall.
1/3 How Pakistan used to be the meeting point for many different faiths from around the world. (R)
1/5 Andrew Eames retraces the journey of Agatha Christie after the break-up of her marriage.
Ros Ball takes a brief look at the chief architect of the Battle of Waterloo. (R)
2/4 Miles Orchard visits the village of Llanuwchllyn to find the spirit of a rural community. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
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Sandi Toksvig visits the library where you borrow a person instead of a book.
11/15 The police in south Wales stop a suspicious driver and uncover a whole host of problems. (R)
1/3 Mitch Benn explores his comedy connections to the story of Bob Dylan.
4/4 Monk's House and Charleston in the Sussex Downs - Virginia Woolf's familiar and final walk
BBC Radio 4
12/15 The Cornwall Air Ambulance team help a woman with a suspected fractured pelvis. (R)
A spoken word concept album linking space and music.
7/10 Why would anyone collect cuckoo clocks or violins? Mike Williams investigates.
4/6 Billy Kay explores the legacy of Wallace and the SNP's story from the 1970s to the 1990s. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Francine Stock explores charismatic leaders, from Kellogg and Ford to Jobs and Restone.
2/5 Andrew Eames recalls taking the Orient Express train to Istanbul.
Science writer Stuart Clark explores the relationship between scientists and computers.
6/10 Shop security cope with the crowds as pop superstar Nicole Scherzinger visits HMV. (R)
2/3 Thabiso Mohare looks at the literary and spoken word scenes in South Africa. (R)
12/20 Sophie brings her favourite toy dog to school to show everyone. (R)
17/20 Michael Portillo learns about the Victorian signalling system still in place today. (R)
Mae and Reece are finding Our School a bit scary. Meanwhile, Corey plays the class clown. (R)
2/20 Sir Terry Wogan and cabbie Mason McQueen are in the ancient market town of Devizes.
2/3 Musical satirist Mitch Benn explores his comedy connections to the story of David Bowie.
2/3 David Nobbs talks about his comedy career.
9/10 Michael Portillo travels from Bohemia to Bavaria with his 1913 guidebook in hand. (R)
6/6 The struggles of those tasked with creating a landscape of canals around the Pennines.
1/6 In Poland, Si and Dave make sausages and cook Poland's national dish, bigos.
If trophy hunting is banned in Africa, would lions be more or less at risk?
Revealing the lethal products that lurked in every room of the Victorian home. (R)
2/3 How marriage markets and dating bootcamps are used to increase marriage potential.
Sarah-Jane Crawford meets the people who shape Rihanna's success.
BBC Radio 1
4/20 Colin Maclean takes a look at the 1957 campaign to relocate the Uist population to Canada. (R)
3/3 Is the Welsh government buying local produce for its schools and hospitals? (R)
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
A young woman who suffered a brain injury retraces the steps of her dramatic recovery. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Scotland HD, Wales, Wales HD
Colin Murphy and Jake O'Kane visit Donegal to discover its appeal as a holiday destination
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
4/6 Turning points in Scottish history. George IV in Edinburgh. (R)
35/50 Radio 2's audio journey reaches 1985, a year of Live Aid and Back to the Future. (R)
BBC Radio 2
A young woman who suffered a brain injury retraces the steps of her dramatic recovery.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Wales, Wales HD only
1/6 The recruits are challenged by former Navy Seals operatives set on 'weeding out the weak'. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Scotland
Film that shows how ocean waves are not only beautiful but also profoundly important. (R)
2/3 Misha explores Italian unification, beginning with Napoleon's call to the peoples of Italy (R)
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
3/10 Actor Derek Jacobi discovers that he is descended from a Huguenot fleeing persecution. (R)
2/2 Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill reveals how the Romans made their ancient megacity work. (R)
7/15 Adam Rutherford meets a new creature created by American scientists - the spider-goat. (R)
1/4 Dan Snow travels through India in the footsteps of the East India Company. (R)
1/2 Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers.
2/3 How marriage markets and dating bootcamps are used to increase marriage potential. (R)
9/10 In the vast Canadian wilderness, there lives a very special bear family. (R)
6/6 The struggles of those tasked with creating a landscape of canals around the Pennines. (R)
Record producer Tony Visconti celebrates Blondie's classic 1979 single Heart of Glass.
1/2 Dallas Campbell reveals the hidden wonders beneath our feet. (R)
David Reynolds re-examines the war leadership of American president Franklin Roosevelt. (R)