Edi Stark explores the thrills of roller derby - the world's fastest-growing female sport. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
1/2 Sir David Attenborough's journey begins in a forest near his childhood home in Leicester. (R)
Ten pupils with behavioural problems embark on a life-changing expedition to Tanzania. (R)
BBC News Channel
How the worst smog in living memory lasted five days and killed thousands of Londoners.
BBC World Service Online
4/14 Documentary looking at the variety of wild animals inhabiting the Himalayas. (R)
5/6 Kris Kristofferson presents the story of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Ten pupils with behavioural problems embark on a life-changing expedition to Tanzania.
On 6 December 1989, a college shooting in Canada left 14 women dead.
Ian Peacock picks up his spoon and delves into the history of 'The King of Fruits'.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
India's Professor Romila Thapar, on the changing role of women in the last 80 years.
3/6 Hardeep cooks for Peter and Will, who became friends after Peter broke into Will's house.
BBC Radio 4
Ray Reardon reflects on a career that brought him six World titles. (R)
11/14 In Africa, a family of chimps trapped in a lost world face a daily life-or-death dilemma. (R)
Is a new, more questioning mindset emerging as a result of the Arab Spring?
Zoe Williams turns school inspector to put a range of academies to the test.
Golwg ar fyd y seiri rhyddion yng Nghymru. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
2/7 Young entrepreneurs from a London inner-city estate try to run a very unusual business. (R)
19/23 In Waterford, Alice Roberts learns how to make glass from sand. (R)
Neil Oliver discovers how flotsam inspired Columbus's accidental discovery of America. (R)
The story behind Hidcote, the most influential English garden of the 20th century. (R)
Coast ventures out to the astonishing man-made shoreline of the Netherlands. (R)
The story of the 'Cockleshell Heroes', who raided Nazi-occupied Bordeaux in 1942. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Sir Tim Rice showcases the music, lyrics and acts associated with the state of Alabama. (R)
BBC Radio 2
2/4 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the art produced by the Huns, Vandals and Goths.
Sean Langan is off to east Africa to ride the rails of the historic Tazara railroad. (R)
4/6 A look at Hamlisch's work for screen, including Sophie's Choice and The Spy Who Loved Me. (R)
Film using archive footage and interviews to tell the story of the creator of Oz.
Dan Snow uses the latest technology to reveal the secrets of the Roman Empire.
BBC One Channel Islands, HD, London, North East & Cumbria, Northern Ireland HD, Oxfordshire only
What really happened during the major humanitarian disasters of the last 50 years.
4/7 Tom and Lyndsey get set for a wild holiday of a lifetime in hotbed of hedonism Ayia Napa. (R)
Norman John Gillies, the last surviving male St Kildan, returns to his island brithplace. (R)
Stephen Glover of the Daily Mail analyses how newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Film using archive footage and interviews to tell the story of the creator of Oz. (R)
5/11 Darryl Grimason discovers a remarkable rock pool in Strangford Lough. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
How to put on an Iron Maiden tour and what goes on behind the scenes at a show. (R)
2/2 Travel inside the bodies of young Britons on a personal quest to transform their bodies. (R)
6/6 Kris Kristofferson concludes a profile of iconic singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
Monday 10 December 2012