To mark the Beach Boys' 50th anniversary, a behind-the-scenes look at their 2012 reunion. (R)
1/3 Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate a painting thought by some to be a work by Degas. (R)
A look at how having acne impacts on thousands of young people in the UK. (R)
8/11 Stuart Grundy continues the story of the incomparable Motown label.
BBC Radio 6 Music
In remote areas of Afghanistan the Kalashnikov is more powerful than the ballot box.
BBC World Service
A tribute to nominees in the 2012 Rory Peck Awards for freelance news camera operators. (R)
BBC News Channel
The results of the Education Review in Wales, and what it means for employers.
BBC Radio Wales
Paulo Cabral reports from Sao Paolo on the rise of if Evangelical Christianity in Brazil.
Comedian Jo Brand explores the sinister history of chocolate.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Exploring lullabies from around the world and their role in child development.
Comic and broadcaster Ian Stone on the revolution in the way we run children's football.
BBC Radio 4
13/31 The story of president John F Kennedy's trip to Galway just five months before he died. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Nick Barraclough finds out about the 15 minutes of fame for one young fan of The Who.
1/6 The team starts in London and then explores the curious coast of Belgium. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
1/3 Dallas explores how we've conquered the skies as we build astonishing places to live. (R)
3/6 The island is left reeling after a tragic accident threatens long held island traditions.
5/6 Little-known and unusual stories from Scotland's history. (R)
3/3 A look at how the blacksmith created items that both served and embellished society. (R)
Why hasn't science worked out how to predict when and where the next quake will happen? (R)
3/3 David Attenborough reflects on his reasons for becoming a staunch conservationist. (R)
Peter Hennessy, the expert on state secrecy, asks how close spy novels come to reality.
Iceland's ex-president Vigdis Finnbogadottir on the changing role of women.
Spike Lee documentary looking at Michael Jackson's 1987 blockbuster album, Bad.
Sound designer Nick Ryan explores the disorientating effects of a balance disorder.
BBC Radio 3
Nostalgic look back at Gaelic TV with Norman Macleod and Patsi Mackenzie. (R)
An intimate portrait of the evolution of one of the world's most enduring rock bands.
Geoff Watts explores the science of hallucination.
Welcome to the world of Miss BBW, a thriving competition in the US now heading to Britain. (R)
9/11 Stuart Grundy continues the story of the incomparable Motown label.
Sunday 2 December 2012