3/4 Pete Townshend continues his personal account of his life in rock 'n' roll.
BBC Radio 6 Music
John comes into the clinic hoping he won't be diagnosed with chlamydia for a fourth time. (R)
4/6 Richard Wilson drives a Triumph TR3A around some of the Lake District's most famous roads. (R)
4/6 Spring arrives, new life emerges and Rob Penn can shape the future of his forest. (R)
3/3 Three young hopefuls train for Cuba's National Boxing Championship for Under-12s. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
1/3 Clarissa Dickson Wright explores the history of breakfast and its best-known ingredients. (R)
7/8 Andrew Marr tells how Britain's Industrial Revolution created the modern world. (R)
5/6 Elaine is forced to fall back on her mum's gold when her son's student loan runs out. (R)
How exemption from conscription for ultra-Orthodox Jews is exposing Israel's fault lines.
BBC World Service
5/20 A family is devastated when a burglar steals their Christmas presents from under the tree. (R)
14/15 How does Jo Nesbo's Norwegian detective reflect changes in Scandinavian society?
BBC Radio 4
Nick Servini discusses the 'living wage' and looks at public sector procurement.
BBC Radio Wales
Dr Lucy Worsley retraces the life of Dorothy Hartley and her seminal book Food in England.
2/3 In the heart of the Amazon, Dr George McGavin and the team discover some new species. (R)
24/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. The Ouse Washes. (R)
1/3 How pioneers unlocked electricity's mysteries and built strange instruments to create it. (R)
The history of the battles surrounding the Italian hill-top monastery of Monte Cassino. (R)
2/3 The May local elections are looming, but will voters in Stoke look to the BNP?
Michael Portillo travels through France, stopping at Paris and the Cote D'Azur.
10/24 A look at two rare species - the Scottish wildcat and the bearded tooth fungus.
6/6 Fear and hatred of Bolshevism drove many Germans to fight to the bitter end. (R)
Johnnie Walker introduces a history of the Kinks, drawn entirely from the BBC archive.
BBC Radio 2
27/35 An rèis ainmeil Vendée Globe. The famous Vendée Globe race. (R)
Dr Lucy Worsley retraces the life of Dorothy Hartley and her seminal book Food in England. (R)
4/4 Pete Townshend concludes his first-hand account of a life in rock 'n' roll.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
2/3 The May local elections are looming, but will voters in Stoke look to the BNP? (R)
Edi Stark presents interviews with writer Duncan McLean and crime novelist Val McDermid.
BBC Radio Scotland
Nicky Campbell presents a profile of Marc Bolan.
Friday 9 November 2012