5/5 Remembering Les Dawson with favourite TV clips and rare gems from the archives. (R)
2/3 In a world first, vets call on a plastic surgeon to give a rhino a skin graft operation. (R)
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
1/3 It's the end of an era for Xenon and Bradley as they graduate from college. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
5/5 Homicide investigate the tragic death of a four-month-old baby. (R)
6/13 Johnny Walker looks at how Aretha Franklin got signed by Atlantic Records.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Film about the spy George Blake, who escaped from jail and fled to the Soviet Union. (R)
4/4 Andrew Collins provides a glimpse of the future of electronic music.
From street urchin to knight of the realm: the life story of British actor Norman Wisdom. (R)
A lecture on the relationship between Magna Carta and the de Montfort Parliament of 1265. (R)
The Daughters of the American Revolution at 125 and still flying the flag for the USA.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Na bha tachairt sa Chiad Chogadh air an t-seachdain sa bho chionn ceud bliadhna. (R)
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal
8/20 Keepers help inoculate endangered Grevy's zebra against an outbreak of deadly anthrax. (R)
How should we love our children? Philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau had some great ideas.
Peter Snow looks back over BBC election night coverage since 1955. (R)
5/5 Tim Samuels explores the sharing economy as it applies to governance and the future.
Mrs Fieldhouse takes everyone on a trip to explore the island. (R)
Conor McKay introduces real-life encounters and conversations from across Northern Ireland
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Golwg ar Ganolfan Plas y Brenin, Capel Curig 60 mlynedd ers agor y ganolfan awyr agored.
BBC Radio Cymru
2/3 From cheetahs to flamingos, single parents protect and nurture their offspring.
BBC News presenter Seb Choudhury sets out to donate a kidney to save his mother's life.
BBC News Channel
A revealing and charming homage to one of the UKs most avant-garde fashion designers. (R)
1/3 How songs were first recorded and the listening revolution in the home that followed. (R)
2/2 The new carers struggle as they help their employers face challenges away from the home.
Melvyn Braggs and guests discuss the history of ideas around love.
BBC Radio 4
3/3 The impact and effectiveness of education in sustaining the growth in classical music. (R)
BBC Radio 3
Richard Watson investigates the polonium trail.
BBC World News
2/3 Neil Brand recreates innovative recording sessions by the likes of Elvis and the Beatles. (R)
Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko died from polonium poisoning but who wanted him dead?
BBC World Service
3/3 In the modern era, song creation was transformed by digital technology and the computer. (R)
Greg Proops looks back at the life of Bob Hope, whose career spanned the 20th century. (R)
Conor McKay introduces real-life encounters and conversations from across Northern Ireland (R)
How a group of post-punk musicians took the synthesiser to the centre of the pop stage. (R)
BBC News presenter Seb Choudhury sets out to donate a kidney to save his mother's life. (R)
Richard Watson investigates the polonium trail. (R)
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK.
1/2 Historian David Olusoga uncovers the untold stories of Britain's slave owners. (R)
2/2 The new carers struggle as they help their employers face challenges away from the home. (R)
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
BBC World News North America only
2/2 What is the link between Japan's World War Two legacy and Shinto beliefs?
7/13 Johnnie Walker explores the Rascals, Buffalo Springfield and tales of Phil Spector.
Richard Watson investigates the polonium trail and its alleged connection to Putin.
Ros Ball takes a brief look at the chief architect of the battle of Waterloo.