Marc revisits interviews from the BBC archives, featuring Iggy Pop and Marvin Gaye.
BBC Radio 6 Music
20-year-old gay porn star Lloyd has a double dose of bad news from the clinic. (R)
A man tries to right the wrongs of his chequered past by tracking down former loved ones. (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
3/6 Rob makes an attempt to fell one of the largest trees in Strawberry Cottage Wood. (R)
3/6 Richard Wilson drives a retro VW camper van along the coast from St Ives to Land's End. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Sir David Frost looks back over nearly sixty years of the television interview. (R)
6/8 Andrew explores a time when people worldwide rose up in the name of freedom and equality. (R)
Michael Mosley swallows a camera to get a unique view of his innards digesting his food. (R)
4/6 Lavinia is the victim of a burglary. Catherine discovers her designer watches are fakes. (R)
2/2 Micky Dolenz continues the story of Laurel Canyon, his home while with the Monkees.
8/10 Jules Hudson discovers how a nation of knitters kept our troops in the fight. (R)
Spin-off for schools in which members of different faiths look for their perfect partner. (R)
A portrait of life in a rebel-held town in northern Syria
BBC World Service
19/20 A tiny trace of DNA catches the thief who stole a pensioner's precious jewellery.
9/15 Lynda La Plante's DCI Jane Tennison changed police procedurals, argues Mark Lawson.
BBC Radio 4
19/20 A human eyeball in a silver setting gives a striking insight into the theatre of cruelty.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/5 The kids spend their last few days roughing it as farm hands on a remote island. (R)
Including a guide on the PAYE changes that are going to be introduced shortly.
BBC Radio Wales
6/11 Brit teenagers Scott and Billie travel to Kenya to spend a week with the Mugaza family. (R)
23/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. Looking at life on the hedge. (R)
4/15 Scientists are uncovering a bizarre and alien world that lies 4,000 miles beneath our feet (R)
3/4 The team reveal the hidden world of the UK's nocturnal animals.
Iain MacPherson takes his friend Ewen MacKay on a journey to the Canadian prairies. (R)
1/3 Stoke council faces a £36m shortfall and leader Mohammed Pervez must decide what to chop.
9/24 Brett Westwood explores the growing phenomenon of citizen science.
5/6 How the invasion of the Soviet Union radicalised the Nazi policy against the Jews. (R)
Johnnie Walker introduces a history of Madness, drawn entirely from BBC archive.
BBC Radio 2
19/35 The story of the 33 miners from the San Jose Mine in Chile that gripped the world. (R)
How the ideas that shaped Margaret More's education changed the cultural life of England. (R)
Marc Riley replays interviews with David Bowie and Bono.
3/8 Local celebrities explore Northern Ireland's natural world.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
1/3 Stoke council faces a £36m shortfall and leader Mohammed Pervez must decide what to chop. (R)
9/10 Jules Hudson finds out how 70 prisoners of war escaped from a prison near Bridgend. (R)
Edi Stark presents a Zone dedicated to conversations with great writers.
BBC Radio Scotland
10/10 In North West England, Jules Hudson looks at the performers who kept troops entertained. (R)
Ruby Turner tells the extraordinary story of gospel musician Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Friday 2 November 2012