A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK.
BBC World News
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
The story of the plan to salvage a survival of World War Two from the English Channel. (R)
BBC News Channel
A look at Da Nang, a city trying to escape the horrors inflicted by the Vietnam War.
2/3 Stacey Dooley investigates the growing ya-ba drug craze sweeping through Thailand. (R)
How this ancient Jewish text is being studied and interpreted in the modern world
BBC World Service
2/3 Exploring the history of the world's master kilogramme and the race to replace it. (R)
This programme bids to uncover the secret of what makes Germans so successful.
As unrest continues, Bill Law investigates allegations of police brutality in Bahrain. (R)
2/2 Don Letts continues the story of the influential UK-based Trojan record label.
BBC Radio 6 Music
The mystery of an unidentified young man found dead on a west London street
2/3 Physicist Mildred Dresselhaus's work has led the way for developments in nanotechnology
Meeting Vietnamese workers from the very top to the bottom of the income scale.
Bronagh Gallagher returns to Londonderry to look at its musical heritage and history.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
From banned writer to ping pong fanatic, Henry Miller rediscovered afresh in Big Sur, USA. (R)
BBC Radio 4 FM only
1/4 Gregg Wallace reveals how the supermarkets bring us our summer favourites. (R)
1/6 Sue Perkins and Charley Boorman travel across Alaska to the notorious Dalton Highway.
Matt Everitt chats to Trent Reznor about the songs that shaped his life and career.
2/2 Poet and lyricist Stephen J Kalinich takes listeners on a poetic tour of Los Angeles.
Rory Cellan-Jones investigates whether patents are harming innovation more than they help. (R)
11/31 Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across the Channel in Brittany are explored. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
8/13 Ella and Jordan dance with the seniors and Layton's acting skills are put to the test. (R)
2/6 Ellie Harrison discovers how Britain's coastal and marine wildlife is under threat.
1/4 Iolo Williams enjoys close encounters with wildlife in Bute Park in Cardiff. (R)
Bill Law investigates police reforms in Bahrain amidst allegations of brutality.
Nikki Fox investigates why it is so hard to get a job in the UK if you're disabled. (R)
BBC Radio 5 live
Elizabeth Kinder embarks on a journey through Andalusia to find the soul of flamenco.
Portrait of the legendary but troubled and controversial comedian Richard Pryor.
James May looks at the nation's childhood love affair with the model plane. (R)
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
BBC Radio 4
Kevin Fong explores the personal and medical impact of SARS ten years on
5/11 Robert Webb uncovers the clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. (R)
David Gilmour talks to Roger Scott about Pink Floyd's 1973 album Dark Side of the Moon.
Monday 26 August 2013