3/4 Paolo Hewitt continues the story of The Who.
BBC Radio 6 Music
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)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
5/7 Richard Wilson finds out why thousands of tourists flocked to the picturesque Wye Valley. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
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)
Created to tackle China's expanding population, but how was the one-child policy enforced?
BBC World Service Online
3/3 Mark Radcliffe looks at the Madchester years and chats with Noel Gallagher.
4/10 The neighbourhood team give marching orders to a man flouting Hull's no drinking zone.
The Filipino stone-age cave dwellers who fooled the scientific community.
Mike Greenwood talks to a number of writers about their literary fascination with fishing.
BBC Radio 4
4/5 Matthew Oates meets a biologist for whom slugs and snails are bread and butter.
Nick Servini reports from the first Welsh Entrepreneur's conference at Cardiff City Hall.
BBC Radio Wales
25/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland takes a look at Skokholm. (R)
3/3 Misha Glenny presents a history of Spain.
2/3 How harnessing the link between magnetism and electricity transformed the world. (R)
11/24 Brett Westwood reports on goliath groupers in the Caribbean and the Asiatic Lion of India.
3/3 Can the Big Society work? If services are to survive, maybe residents should run them.
2/5 Michael Portillo explores the once-great empire of Austria-Hungary.
John Barry talks to Paul Sexton about his 007 years and a distinguished life in music. (R)
BBC Radio 2
Johnnie Walker introduces a history of the Rolling Stones, drawn entirely from BBC archive
How young people took to social media sites to record Superstorm Sandy.
Michel Roux Jr explores the life of his great culinary hero, Georges Auguste Escoffier. (R)
A film following four best friends in Israel from high school through their army service. (R)
The battle of two brilliant grammar school boys in a turbulent era of British politics. (R)
The blog of the Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai voiced by British girls her age.
4/4 Paolo Hewitt concludes the story of The Who.
3/3 Can the Big Society work? If services are to survive, maybe residents should run them. (R)
Edi Stark presents interviews with novelists George MacDonald Fraser and Marian Keyes.
BBC Radio Scotland
Sparks fan Mark Radcliffe looks back at one of pop's most enigmatic bands.
Friday 16 November 2012