2/3 Exploring early attempts to tackle infection and how we used microbes to fight back. (R)
Our World meets a man who has broken the silence on mental illness in Uganda. (R)
BBC World News North America only
2/11 The story of the record label, presented by Stuart Grundy.
BBC Radio 6 Music
6/6 An unhappy tourist tries to strangle an airport official and a Full Moon party goes wrong. (R)
4/4 Mica Paris concludes the story of Prince.
What is the truth behind the mermaid story? Janet Ellis investigates.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/3 How the monasteries' success and spectacular artistic achievement proved too good to last. (R)
1/6 Three young Brits work as deck-hands on a rock lobster fishing boat in Australia. (R)
The year Bob Marley spent driving a forklift truck in the Chrysler car factory in Delaware
14/15 The officers of Durham Constabulary are at the scene of a road traffic collision. (R)
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14/15 Eyewitnesses to the Lockerbie plane disaster meet to reflect on the fateful night. (R)
15/15 The paramedics of Yorkshire Air Ambulance are in demand during a land ambulance strike.
15/15 Two couples who competed in the first final of Come Dancing take to the dance floor.
Naidheachd à Bedford, litir chianail dhachaigh a Leòdhas agus sealladh à leabhar-là eile. (R)
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Andrew Dilnot explores the statistics involved in enfranchisement.
BBC Radio 4
10/26 German U-boats cause havoc among Allied merchant shipping in the Atlantic. (R)
10/31 Neil Oliver visits an Atlantic sea monitoring station off the coast of Galway. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
4/8 Diver Alex and his family spend a trial week on the island of Phuket.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Wales
4/4 Simon Russell Beale investigates the symphonic works of Shostakovich, Ives and Copland. (R)
5/6 A clique of Year 10 girls have taken against Claudenia and are becoming hard to manage. (R)
Cherry Healey investigates current supermarket practices and shopping habits.
Robert Peston asks if Marine le Pen could really be president?
BBC World News
Joy Division's story through live performance footage, photos, period films and audiotapes
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
The story of the album that sold 16 million copies and captured the spirit of the 1970s.
An intimate and funny portrait of Scottish writer William McIlvanney.
BBC Two Scotland only
5/6 Unusual individuals and stories from the world of Irish dancing. (R)
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK.
Joy Division's story through live performance footage, photos, period films and audiotapes (R)
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
Adam Shaw hops on board a wirelessly-charged bus. (R)
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK. (R)
Richard Bilton reveals how Britain's biggest bank helped some wealthy customers dodge tax.
Matt Wells explores the central role of faith leaders in America's new protest movement.
BBC World Service
3/11 The story of the record label, presented by Stuart Grundy.
Robert Peston asks if Marine Le Pen could really be president.
BBC News Channel