Genesis biography. (R)
2/2 A closer look at the stone circle and the ancient civilisation that flourished around it. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents. (R)
BBC World News
Laurie Taylor takes a look at the life and work of one of Britain's broadcasting legends.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Listen live (BBC Radio 4 Extra homepage)
1/3 Following Yellowstone's wildlife in a fight to survive six freezing winter months. (R)
3/3 How some species survived the ice age that began 2.8 million years ago. (R)
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK. (R)
The Awa are believed to be one of the most endangered tribes on the planet. (R)
BBC News Channel
1/7 Looking at austerity, fashion, Elvis Presley, rock 'n' roll and attitudes towards sex.
BBC Radio 6 Music
This is the untold story of the hidden victims of the war in Afghanistan. (R)
Tom English tells the story of the pioneering Scots who brought golf to America. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
4/4 Monty Don concludes his garden tour of Italy in the wealthy north. (R)
3/3 Thomas Hennell and Barbara Jones were key artists in the 40s Recording Britain art project
The Jewish renaissance in Poland
BBC World Service
Màiri Sìne Chaimbeul a' bruidhinn ri Maureen NicLeòid mu thuras a ghabh i as na 1970an. (R)
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Ailean Caimbeul ag innse mun Skye Clarion agus mu dhà chladh a th' anns an t-Sruthan. (R)
2/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Gemma Cairney meets rock 'n' roll cobbler Terry de Havilland.
Cuairt tro New Zealand a' tòiseachadh ann an Christchurch san Eilean a Deas. (R)
Professor Paddy Gray revisits the aluminium prefab homes that sprung up after World War II
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Simon Armitage travels to the edge of the page in his exploration of marginalia. (R)
BBC Radio 4
2/2 Featuring three saltwater crocodiles, two arctic wolves and a shark ray named Boris. (R)
3/3 Simon concludes his amazing 25,000 mile journey by travelling across Latin America. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland, Wales
8/31 Nick Crane explores the violent history of smuggling around the Gower Peninsula. (R)
2/10 Could a maverick millionaire be the saviour of the man-eating jungle tigers of Sumatra? (R)
Victims of sexual abuse at Knowl View school in Rochdale tell their side of the story. (R)
A search for a man who vanished hunting for Noah's Ark. (R)
What is it about the Philippines that has meant growth has happened at the rate it has? (R)
1/3 Petroc Trelawny discusses the new wave of concert venue building projects under way.
BBC Radio 3
Alexei Sayle follows the progress of the 2014 John Moores Painting Prize in Liverpool.
8/12 The story behind a trove of Elizabethan and Jacobean jewels discovered in London in 1912. (R)
2/3 Simon Sebag Montefiore explores the last centuries of Christian Byzantium. (R)
7/11 TV's very worst gaffes and continuity errors. With cuttings from Fawlty Towers and Friends (R)
2/3 Walter Sickert understood that the theatre of war was not confined to the trenches.
Following attempts to reform Maine State Prison's use of solitary confinement.
Anne McElvoy of the Economist analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories
Electricity is coming for the first time to a village in Northern Laos. (R)
11/50 History short looking at tragedies during the 1950s.
Could super grids supplying DC electricity be the solution to rising demand for energy?
Pete Townshend opens his personal archive to revisit the Who's 1973 album Quadrophenia. (R)
2/3 Walter Sickert understood that the theatre of war was not confined to the trenches. (R)
BBC World News North America only
2/7 John Peel with a look at the era of skiffle and trad jazz, beatniks and beehive hairdos.