1/3 Tom Robinson tells the story of record producer and sonic innovator Joe Meek.
BBC Radio 6 Music
4/4 After six years Tim and Shane conclude their trip, but not before a frightening twist. (R)
Young Brits turn the cameras on themselves and get under the skin of body-obsessed Britain (R)
Understanding hallucination may provide new treatments for psychosis and schizophrenia
BBC World Service
3/13 A look at intricate relationships and unexpected hardship in the Amazon rainforest. (R)
Stefan Gates discovers a golden age of English cuisine from some 300 years ago. (R)
Gary finds out the hard way that it's not just STIs condoms are designed to prevent. (R)
8/8 The team face the conditions of 1945, with Britain struggling to feed war-torn Europe. (R)
3/6 Paul Gambaccini focuses on the Aladdin Sane, Diamond Dogs and Young Americans period.
A look at the assassination of serving prime minister Spencer Perceval in 1812.
What does it take to get people in the rich world engaged in the issue of global poverty?
7/10 The Riverside Neighbourhood Unit launch a dawn raid in their crackdown on drug dealing.
3/4 Alvin pursues Alistair's passion for jazz in New Orleans, the city where it all began.
BBC Radio 4
12/24 Brett Westwood examines the likely impacts of Ash dieback on our wildlife.
Laura Barton tells the poignant story of singer-songwriter Jackson C Frank.
The Beatles left Liverpool in 1962 to conquer the world, but it never left them.
2/5 Kirsty and Lucy ask why the French were the first to elevate comics to an art form.
7/14 Brinsley Forde discusses Aswad's album New Chapter and performs tracks from live.
Nick Fraser asks what it takes to get the rich world interested in the poor world.
26/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. The Mighty Moorhen. (R)
1/20 Michael learns Scouse in Liverpool and finds out about the first railway fatality. (R)
2/4 How the Worcester and Birmingham Canal was important to the Industrial Revolution. (R)
With the CBI calling for it to be scrapped, Allan Urry examines the Highways Agency.
3/10 The British economy at a time when industry faced ever-increasing competition from abroad.
Stephen Smith re-envisions the story of 20th-century American culture through the diner. (R)
Following the world's youngest transsexual as she attempts to win Miss England 2012.
2/20 The story of a peace camp and its people, and the history of nuclear weapons in Scotland. (R)
Rick Stein pays homage to the dishes that go hand in hand with Mississippi Delta blues. (R)
6/6 Glasses help the families see things from a different perspective.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
The diabetes awareness-raising campaign of David Joseph's bereaved family.
BBC One Wales only
imagine... meets William Klein, one of the world's most influential photographers.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Wales
1/6 Brian and Robin are joined by Patrick Stewart, Ben Miller and Monica Grady.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Wales only
Documentary following life in one of the last independent record shops still trading.
In 1978, 900 members of the Jonestown cult died in possibly history's biggest mass suicide (R)
BBC Two England, Wales only
Jonathan Dimbleby sheds new light on the significance of the North African campaign. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
2/3 Tom Robinson tells the story of record producer and sonic innovator Joe Meek.
Storyville: A meditation on Britain's unique coastline and the role it plays in our lives. (R)
Following the world's youngest transsexual as she attempts to win Miss England 2012. (R)
3/10 The British economy at a time when industry faced ever-increasing competition from abroad. (R)
1/7 Jehovah's Witness Sophie and exhibitionist Ronnie head to Kos. (R)
3/3 Dr Pamela Cox explores how the 20th century dealt a hammer blow to domestic service. (R)
Jimmie Macgregor revisits his trek along the West Highland Way.
BBC Radio Scotland
4/6 Paul Gambaccini explores the Station to Station, Low, Heroes and Lodger period.
Wednesday 21 November 2012