2/6 Hoping to improve his health and that of his sedentary staff, Nev launches a 'fat club'. (R)
High definition Signed
2/3 A clear sense of English nationhood emerges and parliament is born. (R)
Signed Audio described
Meet the 'Preppers', people who are fearful of the future and preparing for disaster
BBC World Service
2/3 Iolo witnesses extraordinary displays from hen harriers and black grouse. (R)
Former member Midge Ure remembers the unique band. First broadcast in 1998.
BBC Radio 6 Music
The fascinating story of knighthood, told through the life of Sir William Marshal. (R)
Actress Brooke Kinsella explores the use of restorative justice in Britain today. (R)
Ralph McLean recalls Stiff Little Fingers's 1979 debut album, Inflammable Material.
2/4 Stowe, the birthplace of the landscape garden, launched the career of Capability Brown. (R)
2/4 The ideas that have shaped the modern Arab world, focussing on Egypt and Syria
8/10 Is it pop or flop for Max and Luca's gig and can the third years bag themselves an agent? (R)
Mothers and daughters shopping together, from cradle to grave. A light-hearted feature.
BBC Radio 4
3/5 Martin Wainwright identifies the perpetrators of the damaging myth of the North.
9/11 David Attenborough narrates the epic journey of a humpback whale and calf. (R)
4/13 This programme covers the Welsh coast, from Cardigan Bay to the Dee. (R)
5/7 15-year-old Shelby asks what it means to be a girl. (R)
5/8 The MV Graemsay heads from Orkney to MacDuff Shipyards for lengthening work. (R)
18/25 Michael Portillo explores a church that moves in mysterious ways. (R)
2/4 A look at the changes in how fruit and veg was grown, picked and sold in the 20th century. (R)
2/6 A look at the extremely polarised London property market and the capital's estate agents.
In a remote village in Indonesia, the fishermen struggle to maintain their way of life. (R)
A trip through Depression-era America in search of the true story of Bonnie and Clyde. (R)
3/3 Monkey Planet discovers why brainpower is essential to primate survival.
3/6 Approaching the halfway mark in their placements, the trainees' tempers start to fray.
2/3 How the Victorians turned to the Middle Ages to make sense of their era of progress.
1/5 Paul Rose reveals the story behind the first ever circumnavigation of the world. (R)
1/7 Jehovah's Witness Sophie and exhibitionist Ronnie head to Kos. (R)
3/6 Land stuggles and Highland history after the Battle of Culloden. (R)
Designers Shauna Sheils and Gavin Doherty design a game-changing Irish dance costume.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/3 Sian Williams speaks to Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson about her life and athletic career
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
1/6 Temperatures rise and residents in Salford illegally open fire hydrants to cool down. (R)
High definition Audio described
Journalist Michael Collins strolls around the suburban garden and explores its history. (R)
3/6 Approaching the halfway mark in their placements, the trainees' tempers start to fray. (R)
Albert Watson photographs the barren, beautiful landscape of the Isle of Skye. (R)
BBC World News North America only
2/3 How C19th scientists' bid to decode the order of the elements was beset by false starts. (R)
10/12 Professor Uta Frith shares the insight of her lifetime's study of autism. (R)
The story of how U2 became one of the biggest rock bands in the world.
Ralph McLean tells the story of Ash's album 1977. First broadcast on Radio Ulster in 2009.
Tim Whewell follows two religious leaders, from opposing sides in war torn Central African (R)
A young woman's fight against cancer and her campaign to battle public ignorance. (R)
Some of the darker aspects of Cambodia’s gambling boom. Ed Butler reports