4/4 Paolo Hewitt concludes the story of The Who.
BBC Radio 6 Music
5/6 As summer arrives, the pressure is on Rob Penn to turn labour into profit in his wood. (R)
2/3 How harnessing the link between magnetism and electricity transformed the world. (R)
Can a man nicknamed 'Tarzan' tackle the impact of years of corruption and brutal warfare?
BBC World Service Online
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
The Filipino stone-age cave dwellers who fooled the scientific community.
Sparks fan Mark Radcliffe looks back at one of pop's most enigmatic bands.
5/10 Humberside police mount a city-wide missing persons search for a popular local man.
How the Mexican-American trade union leader Cesar Chavez inspired Latinos in the 1960s.
Moving insight into the experience of teenagers arriving alone to seek asylum in Britain.
BBC Radio 4
5/5 Matthew Oates meets a man for whom the purple emperor butterfly is a lifetime obsession.
1/6 Island newcomer Reverend Gill Nicholls is learning fast about island life.
BBC Two except Wales
The the incredible story of the Campbell sister, the best known triplets in the Hebrides. (R)
1/3 David Attenborough offers a unique perspective on 60 years of wildlife filmmaking.
Documentary chronicling our ever-changing love affair with the British singles chart.
Documentary following life in one of the last independent record shops still trading.
Mike Greenwood reports from Paraguay on the battle for one of the last wildernesses. (R)
Documentary chronicling our ever-changing love affair with the British singles chart. (R)
Featuring onstage performances from Ja Rule, DMX, Jay-Z, Redman and Method Man.
Documentary following life in one of the last independent record shops still trading. (R)
1/2 John Sebastian explores the creative influence of Greenwich Village in New York.
Saturday 17 November 2012