3/3 Tom Robinson tells the story of record producer and sonic innovator Joe Meek.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Follows four young men as they attempt to achieve their dream physiques. (R)
Following the world's youngest transsexual as she attempts to win Miss England 2012.
6/7 Richard Wilson returns to the country of his birth in a splendid 1950s Bentley. (R)
6/6 With the project coming towards its end, Rob throws a party for those who have helped him. (R)
1/3 Charting how the stiff upper lip emerged in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
3/3 Clarissa Dickson Wright reveals the origins and customs of the British dinner. (R)
6/6 Michael hopes to strike it lucky selling his gold on Friday 13th. (R)
In 1969 the first President of Uganda, Edward Mutesa, died in exile in London.
BBC World Service Online
5/6 Paul Gambaccini explores the Scary Monsters and Let's Dance periods.
9/10 The Neighbourhood Team find out what is needed to make community policing work.
Lee Harvey Oswald had spent two years living in the USSR after serving there as a Marine
Paul Gambaccini reveals the story behind the making of Magical Mystery Tour.
4/5 Lucy and Lang find out how feminism in France is still very much a fringe affair.
BBC Radio 4
Nick Servini on the Silk Commission recommendations for business rates and corporation tax
BBC Radio Wales
Reliving the Scarlets' historic victory over the All Blacks in 1972. (R)
BBC Two Wales
26/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. The Mighty Moorhen. (R)
How young people took to social media sites to record Superstorm Sandy. (R)
3/3 How understanding the secret of electrical superconductivity could transform the world. (R)
Documentary exploring the history of statistics and how they can help society today. (R)
The story of a Glasgow police officer who shot three former colleagues in 1969. (R)
12/24 Brett Westwood examines the likely impacts of Ash dieback on our wildlife.
3/5 Michael Portillo travels from Berlin to the Rheingau, passing the Harz Mountains.
The Oscar-winning lyricist Don Black explores what makes a great Bond song.
BBC Radio 2
Stefan Gates discovers a golden age of English cuisine from some 300 years ago. (R)
The Kuarup ceremony of the Yawalapiti of the Amazon. (R)
Stephen Smith re-envisions the story of 20th-century American culture through the diner. (R)
Stuart Maconie looks back at the release of Joe Meek's Telstar.
1/6 Island newcomer Reverend Gill Nicholls is learning fast about island life. (R)
BBC Two England, Scotland only
Following the world's youngest transsexual as she attempts to win Miss England 2012. (R)
Young Brits turn the cameras on themselves and get under the skin of body-obsessed Britain (R)
Richard Demarco celebrates Edinburgh's place as a centre for culture and the arts.
BBC Radio Scotland
6/6 Paul Gambaccini looks at the period from Never Let Me Down to 1993.
Spin-off for schools in which members of different faiths look for their perfect partner. (R)
Friday 23 November 2012