3/3 The expedition culminates in South America, where the puma's hunting behaviour is filmed. (R)
Matthew Stadlen goes behind the scenes with violinist Nicola Benedetti at the BBC Proms. (R)
BBC News Channel
The story of Northern Ireland's rock and pop over the last four decades. (R)
BBC correspondent Will Grant challenges stereotypes as he investigates Mexico's economy.
BBC World Service Online
In 1956 a Hungarian Cardinal sought refuge in the US Embassy in Budapest.
3/3 Edward Stourton brings his journey along the Bosphorus river to an end.
11/13 Wink Martindale looks back on Elvis's return to live performance in Las Vegas.
BBC Radio 6 Music
1/5 Best friends Julia and Tanarj'e are facing a traumatic separation. (R)
6/6 Amanda Vickery ends her series on masculinity with the 1950s professional man.
BBC Radio 4
How a London school sports teacher changed the life of the Somali-born Olympic champion.
Using Stephen Graham's 1927 guide, Arthur Smith goes in search of the modern tramp.
3/2 Why do we need to send people to explore Mars – and who is likely to take them there?
1/10 Juliet Gardiner on the Oracle of Delphi, where Ancient Greeks went to hear their future.
Poet Salena Godden considers the impact of her Jamaican heritage on her literary identity.
1/10 Max and Jade have some news that will shock the whole school.
1/3 Profiling the work of Wales's RAF Search and Rescue crews. (R)
2/3 How plastics brought luxury to the masses and could help rebuild the human body. (R)
1/8 On the tiny tidal island of Cribinau, an adventurous bride and groom are set to wed.
BBC One Wales
Helena Kennedy finds out if women are being treated fairly in our criminal justice system.
BBC Radio 4 FM
4/8 Crofters are doing it for themselves before Geert Donkers visits to de-horn their cattle. (R)
10/20 Luchd-obrach na h-oidhche. The unsung street heroes of the night shift. (R)
2/3 Alastair Sooke looks at the artistic legacy of Rome's mad, bad and dangerous emperors.
6/18 Exploring the emergence of dangerous strains of bacteria resistant to antibiotics.
3/4 A history of the bedroom in Britain, from a Tudor farmhouse to the 1930s boudoir. (R)
2/8 23-year-old Charlie Cole hopes to turn his family farm into a viable business.
BBC One Northern Ireland
3/8 Robert Hughes examines art's relationship with the pleasures of nature. (R)
5/6 A look at a huge new port being built by the Chinese in southern Sri Lanka.
2/6 A detainee overdoses on heroin and loses consciousness in his cell. (R)
BBC One except Yorks & Lincs, North East & Cumbria, North West, Northern Ireland, Wales, Yorkshire
2/6 A detainee overdoses on heroin and loses consciousness in his cell.
1/11 Darryl Grimason scuba dives in search of adventure off the North Antrim coast.
3/3 A massive North Sea ferry undergoes the biggest overhaul of its 25-year service. (R)
2/3 Alastair Sooke looks at the artistic legacy of Rome's mad, bad and dangerous emperors. (R)
12/13 Wink Martindale looks back on Elvis's touring schedule in the 1970s.
2/4 Poet Paul Henry looks at how Felix Mendelssohn was inspired by a journey to Wales. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Tuesday 11 September 2012