1/2 Jerry Hall marks the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones' live debut.
BBC Radio 6 Music
8/12 How the tram liberated overcrowded cities and ushered in the age of the commuter. (R)
Two people with albinism try to follow their dreams in the face of prejudice in Tanzania. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/4 Julia tells how the Kennet & Avon was restored after being given a lottery heritage grant. (R)
Documentary exploring the science behind the most popular beauty and cosmetic treatments. (R)
4/10 Examining the films that recorded developments in the glamorous world of 1960s fashion. (R)
1/3 Neil Oliver explores the mysterious world of the Vikings' prehistoric ancestors. (R)
BBC One except Wales
4/20 Michael searches for the last liquorice grower in Pontefract and fishes for sea bass. (R)
The largest Iranian community outside Iran can be found in LA. What's its story?
BBC World Service
1/4 How Christianity emerged into the Roman Empire as an artistic force in the third century. (R)
Revealing how thousands of Britons in 2012 are being forced to turn to charity for food. (R)
Following the world's youngest transsexual as she attempts to win Miss England 2012. (R)
Jimmie Macgregor continues his journey along the West Highland Way.
BBC Radio Scotland
5/11 The story of the record label, presented by Stuart Grundy.
Zareer Masani on why Indians worship English as a goddess who can free them from poverty.
BBC Radio 4
3/5 Historian and journalist Michael Sturmer on the shifting perceptions of his country.
1/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills. (R)
3/12 Laurence Llewelyn Bowen explores the idea of the sporting estate.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills. (R)
5/20 Michael goes bird-watching and learns to decipher traditional knitting patterns in Filey. (R)
7/6 In preparation for a trip around Britain, Richard Wilson learns how to drive a manual car. (R)
2/3 Looking at how we can travel around the planet further and faster than ever before.
1/6 Clare Balding takes a cycle tour from Lynmouth to Ilfracombe via Little Switzerland. (R)
The competition to become 'Science Idol' of the Arab world.
Johnny Ball uses the Horizon archive to find out what science has learned about ageing. (R)
Welcome to the world of Miss BBW, a thriving competition in the US now heading to Britain.
5/8 Poor people through the ages, beginning in Neolithic times and up to the present.
3/5 Michael Portillo travels from Berlin to the Rheingau, passing the Harz Mountains. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
2/3 Tobias Capwell celebrates the great age of armour during Henry VIII's reign. (R)
2/2 Jerry Hall marks the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones' live debut.
Documentary exploring the science behind the most popular beauty and cosmetic treatments.
Welcome to the world of Miss BBW, a thriving competition in the US now heading to Britain. (R)
2/11 Darryl Grimason finds out more about what lies on the seabed off Rathlin Island. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/3 How the Victorians made the stiff upper lip a genuinely national characteristic. (R)
BBC One except Scotland
6/11 The story of the record label, presented by Stuart Grundy.
Thursday 29 November 2012