2/2 Mark Radcliffe concludes his celebration of Elvis Presley.
BBC Radio 6 Music
3/3 Diarmaid MacCulloch examines the idea that there is an ethnic core to Englishness. (R)
1/2 Four extraordinary young women come to terms with a loved one behind bars. (R)
Documentary discovering how our medieval forebears built the wonders of their world. (R)
Pips Taylor explores why thousands of rapes go unreported and conviction rates remain low. (R)
How rallying's unregulated mayhem ended in 1986 after a series of horrific tragedies. (R)
Barbara Plett investigates how the fighting in Syria might reshape the Middle East.
BBC World Service
Documentary following the joys and hurdles of disabled parenting over a six month period. (R)
1/2 A look at Gaye's early years, duetting partnerships and his writers and producers.
Paul English introduces a celebration of the history of the beautiful game.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/4 A look at the consequences of teenage robbing sprees that spiralled out of control. (R)
As Cardiff airport approaches its 70th birthday, Selma Chalabi looks at its future.
BBC Radio Wales
Looking at the problematic pay day loans that have caused misery for many borrowers.
Who cut down Glastonbury's 'holy thorn' tree? And why did it matter to so many people?
BBC Radio 4 FM only
3/5 Novelist Salley Vickers and architect Ptolemy Dean discuss Salisbury Cathedral.
BBC Radio 4
107/216 The political intrigues of Marlborough and his wife are examined in this episode.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The stories of objects from the Titanic. The postcard: Hugh Robinson.
BBC One Northern Ireland only
2/6 Sreath air na Drobhairean Albannach. The drovers and drove roads of Scotland. (R)
1/3 How an entrepreneur tried to build a giant zip-wire ride on a Lake District mountain. (R)
2/7 Greg Hemphill reviews how Scottish comedy has evolved over the years.
BBC One Scotland only
4/4 A prize-winning herd of cattle is tested for TB. What will the results mean for farmers?
BBC One Wales only
How Norfolk combines large-scale commercial farming with local, seasonal foods.
5/6 Venetians and visitors turn out in their thousands to celebrate the tradition of rowing.
The heartbreaking story of the lives of those working in Bangladeshi ship breaking yards. (R)
Documentary about estranged fathers who need to use a contact centre to see their kids.
Three young people give accounts of their muggings and the aftermath.
Professor Alice Roberts reveals the natural history of the woolly mammoth.
4/6 The Long March saw 86,000 Chinese Communists retreat from the nationalist Guomindang army. (R)
2/3 Stephen Smith unearths the bright, controversial but brief career of Aubrey Beardsley. (R)
Gabby Logan explores sexism in football, hearing stories from influential women.
10/14 Documentary investigating a link between lemurs, illegal logging and expensive guitars. (R)
Carolyn Quinn discovers how Dickens was inspired by his time as a Westminster journalist.
5/6 Venetians and visitors turn out in their thousands to celebrate the tradition of rowing. (R)
Mark Radcliffe examines the pioneers of rhythm and blues.
Three young people give accounts of their muggings and the aftermath. (R)
Documentary about estranged fathers who need to use a contact centre to see their kids. (R)
2/2 Paul Gambaccini continues his frank and insightful interview with Marvin Gaye.
Thursday 5 April 2012