A look the unlikely male pin-ups of the 1970s music scene, from Barry White to Leo Sayer. (R)
Does rugby have a secret drug problem? The sport has more players banned than any other. (R)
BBC News Channel
1/6 Peggy Lee's daughter Nicki Foster talks about her mother's life and her hit record.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/4 Dan Snow travels through India in the footsteps of the East India Company. (R)
BBC World News except North America
Chloe Hadjimatheou reports from Greece for Our World. (R)
BBC World News North America
5/8 Francis guards the house of a woman who has a domestic violence protection order. (R)
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
Exploring the stage adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. (R)
Inspiring, challenging and surprising: experiences of women journalists around the world (R)
BBC World Service
30/30 Silence has become an ever more desirable state. But when we have it, is it what we want?
Documentary telling the story of the easy listening genre from the 50s to the present day. (R)
How is the world of the internet search engine evolving?
1/30 Stuart Grundy presents a series looking back on events and music from 1955 to 1979. (R)
BBC Radio 6 Music
Greece's biggest cities have run out of places to bury the dead.
The (not so) secret lives of America’s wild mushroom hunters
BBC World Service except East and Southern Africa, East Asia, Europe and the Middle East, South Asia
Brian Meechan examines the implications of the Autumn Statement for Welsh businesses. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK.
BBC World News
2/10 Oyster soup, braised pheasant and champagne sorbet.
Danny Wallace's history of the vox pop. Are the opinions of random people of any value?
How is the world of the internet search engine evolving? (R)
8/26 Ferne visits James and his two ferrets Sunny and Jessie. They clean out the ferret house. (R)
Miranda Sawyer talks to Richard Herring, Adam Buxton, Tim Batt and Guy Montgomery.
BBC Radio 4
18/20 Mason turns his hand to fly-fishing for the first time and catches a trout in Winchester. (R)
19/20 Terry and Mason are in Birmingham, where they see the Bull Ring Market and Balti Triangle. (R)
Contributors explain what ELO's brilliantly off-beam classic means to them. (R)
14/20 Terry and Mason taste lardy cakes in the historic 13th-century marketplace of Salisbury. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Chris Packham visits the town brought to a standstill by a swarm of flying insects. (R)
9/10 In the vast Canadian wilderness, there lives a very special bear family.
BBC Two Wales
6/6 Michael Portillo traces the early 20th-century roots of the Spanish Civil War. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland, Wales
1/4 How victory over the Armada turned an impoverished England into a seafaring nation. (R)
9/14 Exposing hapless continuity errors, awful anachronisms and gaping plot holes. (R)
3/6 Series on 20th century communist history. Kirov's death and the terror that followed it. (R)
The (not so) secret lives of America’s wild mushroom hunters (R)
BBC World Service except East and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa
1/3 Japan's 'big island' is home to millions of people - and an astonishing range of wildlife. (R)
BBC Two England, HD only
3/3 Trish Deseine dines out in style at local restaurants.
6/6 Michael Portillo traces the early 20th-century roots of the Spanish Civil War.
BBC Two Scotland
1/3 Though romanticised in literature, the highwayman became a social menace on the roads. (R)
Alan Dein tells the story of ten years of Radio 4's observational documentary series.
3/6 The Texans come to town to update the islanders on the oil exploration going on offshore.
BBC Two Northern Ireland, Wales only
1/3 Exploring the colourful life of James Boswell, an unlikely literary hero. (R)
Greece's biggest cities have run out of places to bury the dead. (R)
A look at one of music's most enduring rock bands, the Rolling Stones.
2/3 A look at cases that were solved by examining the smallest traces of forensic evidence. (R)
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK. (R)
Anna McNamee explores atomic science as poetic inspiration. (R)
2/30 Stuart Grundy presents a series looking back on events and music from 1955 to 1979. (R)