How Ireland's economic recession has caused a boom in the genre of Irish rap. (R)
The team join some likely stars of the London Olympics, including Rebecca Adlington.
BBC News Channel
Profile of Roy Orbison and his relationship with British musicians and the British public. (R)
3/3 The renovation work could spell disaster for Chatsworth's wedding season. (R)
Jasmine Harman calls on expert assistance to help her mother and other chronic hoarders. (R)
The life of Woody Guthrie, travelling American singer-songwriter. (1988) (R)
1/4 Bob Harris looks back at the early years of The Rolling Stones.
BBC Radio 6 Music
The gold rush in Peru that is threatening the Amazon rainforest.
BBC World Service
Australia's carbon tax, Germany's right-wing greens and California's geothermal energy.
Peter Marshall reports on the politician who stole vast sums from the people of Nigeria. (R)
Miles Jupp investigates the appeal of mind-bending crime novels set in locked rooms. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Nick Servini examines what City Regions could mean for the Welsh economy.
BBC Radio Wales
17/20 Barney Harwood and Gemma Hunt find creatures that travel amazing distances underwater. (R)
2/6 John Rawling relives the 1985 World Snooker Championship.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/2 Mobeen Azhar looks at the plight of Pakistan’s minorities.
3/3 Tony Hart, Pat Keysall, Sylvester McCoy and Aardman; Paul Jackson revisits 'Vision On'.
BBC Radio 4
12/13 The centenary shows arrive, but Mary's nerves threaten to ruin her big night. (R)
18/31 Neil Oliver visits the birthplace of his seafaring hero Lord Nelson.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
2/2 Lucy Ash asks if personality tests are a journey of discovery.
The team join some likely stars of the London Olympics, including Rebecca Adlington. (R)
Quirky sound composition inspired by the songs of crickets.
Stories of sixty years of royal visits to the region.
BBC One West Midlands only
Harry Gration presents stories from people who have met the Queen.
BBC One Yorkshire only
6/6 Has our sense of nationhood altered since Union Jacks flew over street parties in 1952? (R)
5/8 Exploring the richest waters on earth, where the solar cycle drives an explosion of life. (R)
1/6 Little-known and unusual stories from Scotland's history. (R)
11/31 Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across the Channel in Brittany are explored. (R)
11/13 Toby Whithouse tells why he set his latest Doctor adventure in a hotel with a difference. (R)
3/3 Dr Janina Ramirez explores the illuminated scripts of the courts of the Tudors. (R)
Joe Klein celebrates Woody Guthrie's centenary with a USA road trip.
Should the heart be allowed to reclaim its old place at the centre of our humanity? (R)
Razia Iqbal looks at writers of many nationalities who have worked for the World Service
5/5 Brian Cox explores how the search for aliens has followed the search for water. (R)
Maryam d'Abo recounts her recovery from a brain haemorrhage and meets other survivors. (R)
Revealing the heroic spies who helped contribute to victory in WWII. (R)
Kevin Fong uses archives to see what science has taught us about our tools of perception. (R)
1/15 The First Time begins a new series with Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne. (R)
3/3 Stacey Dooley looks at how the economic crisis has affected young people in Japan. (R)
2/4 Bob Harris looks at the Rolling Stones in the 1960s when the band had 14 Top Ten hits.
Sunday 15 July 2012