20-year-old gay porn star Lloyd has a double dose of bad news from the clinic. (R)
Chris Thomas discusses working with The Beatles, Procol Harum, Roxy Music and others.
BBC Radio 6 Music
A portrait of life in a rebel-held town in northern Syria
BBC World Service
Following schoolgirl and blogger Martha Payne as she travels to Malawi. (R)
BBC News Channel
Including a guide on the PAYE changes that are going to be introduced shortly.
BBC Radio Wales
Morocco has so far avoided the Arab Spring. How much is that due to its revered King?
Why the Japanese believe that blood types define temperament and personality.
1/2 Martha Kearney tells the story of Britain's GI years during the Second World War.
BBC Radio 4
2/4 Jamie walks from historic Criccieth to Portmeirion.
3/5 Ivan is joined by violinist, Prof Paul Robertson, to explore the ecstatic key of E major. (R)
4/5 Simon King and Dave Myers delve into the world of celebration cakes.
David Reynolds asks why Britain spent much of the war fighting in north Africa and Italy.
8/8 The city is built to keep untamed nature out, but nature cannot be pushed away. (R)
Martin Shaw retraces the 1943 raid which used bouncing bombs to destroy German dams. (R)
1/6 Little known and unusual stories from Scotland's history. (R)
5/6 The Celts influence on the Spanish Civil War and the introduction of the NHS. (R)
4/15 Scientists are uncovering a bizarre and alien world that lies 4,000 miles beneath our feet (R)
Dominic Sandbrook tells the story of how British radio began.
Ros Atkins travels across the US to find out if America is working ahead of the election.
How discovering the story of stars has transformed our own understanding of the universe.
1/2 Sreath air eachdraidh leann. Documentary on the history of beer. (R)
A tribute to a man who blasted his way through six decades of British comedy.
Actor and writer Mark Gatiss embarks on a chilling voyage through European horror cinema. (R)
A profile of Eric Sykes, looking at his career as writer, performer and director. (R)
Mike Greenwood visits Alamein on the trail of a unique anthology of World War Two poems.
Alastair Sooke reveals how the Devil's image was created by artists of the Middle Ages. (R)
Are humans creating a new geological epoch through climate change and fossil fuels?
2/3 Stacey Dooley meets young gay American men going through 'gay conversion therapy'. (R)
1/4 Steve Lamacq presents an in-depth profile of the influential band.
Sunday 4 November 2012