Documentary about the power of pop's most abiding artefact, the seven-inch single. (R)
Stuart Maconie celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of the Beatles' Love Me Do. (R)
20 years ago the world's first webcam was set up - and it was pointed at a pot of coffee.
BBC World Service Online
1/11 The story of the Motown record label, presented by Stuart Grundy.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Why does addiction affects three quarters of Canada's indigenous First Nations population? (R)
BBC News Channel
Matthew Stadlen films Jonathan Miller directing King Lear and talks to him about his life. (R)
Nick Servini on the Silk Commission recommendations for business rates and corporation tax
BBC Radio Wales
The Beatles left Liverpool in 1962 to conquer the world, but it never left them.
Carolyn Quinn discovers how Dickens was inspired by his time as a Westminster journalist.
Eddie Mair returns to his native Scotland to explore his deep affection for country music.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Darryl Grimason visits Raithlin Island on the north Antrim coast. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Alice Roberts uncovers the story behind the rise and fall of the seaside landlady. (R)
17/23 Neil Oliver is introduced to the joys of Victorian-style sea bathing in Ilfracombe. (R)
BBC Two Scotland
3/3 The expedition culminates in South America, where the puma's hunting behaviour is filmed. (R)
Laura Barton tells the poignant story of singer-songwriter Jackson C Frank.
BBC Radio 4
2/3 Tobias Capwell celebrates the great age of armour during Henry VIII's reign. (R)
4/6 Little-known and unusual stories from Scotland's history. (R)
2/3 David Attenborough looks back on the scientific discoveries that have shaped his career. (R)
BBC Two England, Northern Ireland only
Lynne Truss decodes interviews and puzzles to find the secrets of this hardy mind teaser.
3/3 How understanding the secret of electrical superconductivity could transform the world. (R)
6/6 With the project coming towards its end, Rob throws a party for those who have helped him. (R)
2/6 Phyllis and Werner tell a wartime love story and giant horse Ronaldo arrives on the island
BBC Two Wales
Following people making difficult decisions about what to keep and what to throw away.
BBC Radio 3
How the Rolling Stones became the definitive rock survivors.
The former lead singer of The Sex Pistols answers your questions.
3/10 The British economy at a time when industry faced ever-increasing competition from abroad. (R)
In 1969 the first President of Uganda, Edward Mutesa, died in exile in London.
Follows four young men as they attempt to achieve their dream physiques. (R)
2/11 The story of the record label, presented by Stuart Grundy.
Sunday 25 November 2012