Courtney shocks her mum with lurid confessions of unprotected encounters in the park. (R)
5/6 Billy Kay on the coming of the Scots Parliament and the nationalists' hope for the future. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Documentary examining cockney duo Chas & Dave's rich, unsung pedigree in the music world. (R)
Alice Roberts goes prospecting for oil along the Jurassic coastline. (R)
BBC Two Wales
4/7 Becky and Chelsea's fun in Corfu is secretly monitored by Becky's strict father Chris. (R)
Jools Holland uncovers a history of London through its songs. (R)
The story of the singer's African heritage and legacy of 30 years of Thriller.
BBC World Service Online
The gradual build up of weaponry - Soviet built ballistic missiles and nuclear warheads
1/2 Joni Mitchell talks to Amanda Ghost about her life and career in music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
1/5 Decode the array of nutritional information and find out what goes into a cornish pasty.
Allen Ginsberg first read his poem Howl, in San Francisco in October 1955.
Alex Bellos visits Japan to discover why Asian cultures seem so much better at maths.
BBC Radio 4
16/20 A man is confronted by burglars in his house and police use a high-tech tracking system.
6/15 How PD James's Dalgliesh and Ruth Rendell's Wexford have charted changes in UK society.
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BBC Radio Cymru
16/20 A domestic clock reveals the changing relationship Shakespeare's audiences had to time.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Artist Nicola Green charts her journey to capture images of Barack Obama's 2008 campaign.
5/7 Aleks Krotoski looks at whether how we tell stories has changed with the digital world.
3/3 Timothy and Shane Spall conclude their voyage by negotiating the Bristol Channel. (R)
2/6 Abnormally high winds result in the rare closure of the harbour.
BBC One Scotland
3/6 A simple task leads to a meltdown, and a late night exercise reduces everyone to tears.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
6/6 Father John Paul is on the arduous annual pilgrimage to Barra's highest point. (R)
3/3 A look at how suburban London has been captured on film over time. (R)
7/20 A' togail spioraid 's a' togail airgid. A new era for St Patrick's church. (R)
Newsbeat's Tina Daheley gets the lowdown on the world of Interning.
BBC Radio 1
Alastair Sooke reveals how the Devil's image was created by artists of the Middle Ages.
2/3 Stacey Dooley meets young gay American men going through 'gay conversion therapy'.
How Britain is still defined by the battle between metaphorical Cavaliers and Roundheads. (R)
Johnnie Walker takes listeners on a journey through 50 years of a musical icon's life.
BBC Radio 2
3/4 Lorraine has to look after the Archbishop of Canterbury in a nerve-wracking service.
BBC One Wales
Following Fr Brian D'Arcy on a journey across Europe after being censured by the Vatican.
Murder in the Mearns in 1968. A young farmer is shot in his sleep. (R)
How discovering the story of stars has transformed our own understanding of the universe. (R)
3/5 A portrait of the beauty and surprising wildlife of Scotland's Cairngorms National Park. (R)
Marc Riley replays interviews with Boy George and Tom Waits.
5/8 The team tackle the shortages faced by British farmers in 1942. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Wales
Toronto painter Phil Richards attempts to create a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. (R)
2/3 Stacey Dooley meets young gay American men going through 'gay conversion therapy'. (R)
5/8 The team tackle the shortages faced by British farmers in 1942.
4/6 Housing officer Cat Towl finds that a tenant has died and his body lain undiscovered. (R)
Alastair Sooke reveals how the Devil's image was created by artists of the Middle Ages. (R)
6/10 In the Home Counties, Jules Hudson looks at the organisation known as Churchill's Toyshop. (R)
2/2 Joni Mitchell talks to Amanda Ghost about her life and career in music.
Tuesday 30 October 2012