2/4 Paolo Hewitt continues the story of The Who.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Imagine... follows the theatrical production of The Two Worlds of Charlie F. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
2/10 How Britain's increasingly affluent population took advantage of leisure opportunities. (R)
John comes into the clinic hoping he won't be diagnosed with chlamydia for a fourth time. (R)
How a small group of enterprising Australian winemakers took on the world and won. (R)
7/11 Darryl Grimason dives into Lough Erne in search of aquatic adventure.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/2 Rob Broomby examines the UK universities entering the world of raising money.
BBC World Service
2/3 Dr Pamela Cox explores how the Victorian 'ideal' of service came to be questioned. (R)
13/13 Robert Webb is back with more silver screen slip-ups from recent hit movies. (R)
Clarissa Dickson Wright tracks down Britain's oldest cookbook and traces its influence. (R)
3/3 Stacey follows young South Americans risking their lives to cross illegally into the USA. (R)
David Stenhouse takes a trip aross the pond for a Zone dedicated to American cities.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/5 A look at how the consumer pays for food and drink on the go. (R)
2/3 Mark Radcliffe talks to Tony Wilson and focuses on mainstream Manchester acts.
Simon Weston meets the Welsh soldiers who served in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 20 years on.
BBC Radio Wales
3/10 Tip-offs about a man growing cannabis at home see the police give him a rude awakening.
1/2 Peter White returns to his blind boarding school to find out what it's like for pupils now
BBC Radio 4
3/5 Matthew Oates goes hunting for rare orchids and gets more than he bargained for.
Writer Andrew Greig explores the unexpected connections between mountain climbing and art.
3/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
4/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills. (R)
3/4 Tim and Shane find the Whitby hotel where Dracula novelist Bram Stoker once stayed. (R)
5/7 Richard Wilson finds out why thousands of tourists flocked to the picturesque Wye Valley. (R)
5/6 As summer arrives, the pressure is on Rob Penn to turn labour into profit in his wood.
A film following four best friends in Israel from high school through their army service. (R)
2/3 Clarissa Dickson Wright reveals the origins and development of the British lunch.
Michael finds many surprises as he encounters the rich diversity of Brazil's deep south.
Gary finds out the hard way that it's not just STIs condoms are designed to prevent.
2/6 Little known and unusual stories from Scotland's history. (R)
Following the excavation of Pavlopetri, the oldest submerged city in the world. (R)
1/2 Ricky Valance talks frankly about the legacy of his massive hit Tell Laura I Love Her. (R)
BBC One Wales only
Michel Roux Jr explores the life of his great culinary hero, Georges Auguste Escoffier.
Michael Portillo travels through France, stopping at Paris and the Cote D'Azur. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Chris Beardshaw looks at how Britain has helped to shape the history of the apple. (R)
3/4 Paolo Hewitt continues the story of The Who.
Gary finds out the hard way that it's not just STIs condoms are designed to prevent. (R)
Documentary showing how the ideas of a mystic kick-started the Soviet space programme. (R)
5/6 As summer arrives, the pressure is on Rob Penn to turn labour into profit in his wood. (R)
8/8 Andrew Marr brings the story of human civilisation up to date with the twentieth century. (R)
BBC One except Scotland, Wales
2/3 Clarissa Dickson Wright reveals the origins and development of the British lunch. (R)
4/5 Revealing the sugar content of products that look and market themselves as healthy foods. (R)
5/5 How can customers be sure that top of the range products are actually the best quality? (R)
3/3 Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years and chats with Noel Gallagher.
Thursday 15 November 2012