Alastair Sooke reveals how the Devil's image was created by artists of the Middle Ages. (R)
4/15 Scientists are uncovering a bizarre, alien world that lies 4,000 miles beneath our feet. (R)
In 1985 a Frankfurt theatre attempted to stage a play by the controversial German writer.
BBC World Service Online
2/3 Stacey Dooley meets young gay American men going through 'gay conversion therapy'. (R)
8/8 The city is built to keep untamed nature out, but nature cannot be pushed away. (R)
Following schoolgirl and blogger Martha Payne as she travels to Malawi. (R)
BBC News Channel
1/4 Steve Lamacq presents an in-depth profile of the influential band.
BBC Radio 6 Music
The great British war photographer Don McCullin remembers the Vietnam war.
1/5 Fire-proof grease, happy accidents and the doggy doorbell. Presented by Matthew Harvey.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/3 Digs, dressing rooms and dancing at the right height - all part of life in the chorus line
Ros Atkins travels across the US to find out if America is working ahead of the election.
2/3 Misha on flashpoints and fragmentation in the Spanish monarchy's territorial possessions.
BBC Radio 4
Why the Japanese believe that blood types define temperament and personality.
3/4 Martin Hughes-Games joins the teams battling to save the iconic Tasmanian devil. (R)
4/4 Griff retraces the medieval pilgrimage route from Holywell to St Davids. (R)
Ahead of elections for police commissioners, do we need so many separate police forces?
2/4 Jamie walks from historic Criccieth to Portmeirion.
BBC Radio Wales
Cyfres ddogfen yn adrodd hanes penodol bob wythnos. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
2/6 Abnormally high winds result in the rare closure of the harbour. (R)
BBC One Scotland
John Sergeant celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Spitfire.
The team journey around the breathtaking shoreline of East Anglia. (R)
BBC Two Wales
4/6 Simon Reeve travels from Oman to the Maldives via Mumbai, the Indian Ocean's biggest port. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
3/6 Rob makes an attempt to fell one of the largest trees in Strawberry Cottage Wood.
From Dublin to Belfast, a look at how the sea has shaped the island of Ireland. (R)
Sir Tim Rice celebrates the music, lyrics and acts associated with the Hoosier State. (R)
BBC Radio 2
The home movies of the enthusiasts who helped to save Britain's inland waterways. (R)
Nicholas Crane investigates the freak floods of 1953. (R)
Andrew Marr assesses how far Obama's first term in office has lived up to expectations.
3/6 Michael Wood traces India in the days of the Roman Empire. (R)
The story of Felix Baumgartner's record-breaking freefall from the edge of space to Earth.
5/7 Party girl Jenn and sheltered James get a taste of freedom on the Greek island of Zante. (R)
Film following John F Kennedy during his 1960 Wisconsin presidential primary run.
7/8 Andrew Marr tells how Britain's Industrial Revolution created the modern world.
How a stonemason helped to spread the story of the Sutherland Clearances. (R)
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
20-year-old gay porn star Lloyd has a double dose of bad news from the clinic. (R)
Neil Oliver meets the man who designed the first hydrogen car in Unst. (R)
Film following John F Kennedy during his 1960 Wisconsin presidential primary run. (R)
Allen Ginsberg first read his poem Howl, in San Francisco in October 1955.
1/3 Dr Pamela Cox looks at the grand houses of the Victorian ruling elite. (R)
2/4 Steve Lamacq presents an in-depth profile of the influential band. First broadcast in 2003
Monday 5 November 2012