2/7 Martin Fry considers the Sheffield sound of The Human League, ABC and Heaven 17.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Entomologists Dr James Logan and Brendan Dunphy carry out a complete insect dissection. (R)
Bill Turnbull meets the scientists trying to solve the mystery of what is killing bees. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
1/3 The re-emergence of Turkey in the Muslim world and the growth of a new internationalism
BBC World Service
2/2 How our lives outside of work brought us together, and sometimes tore us apart. (R)
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
2/13 What is the key to the Serengeti that allows such density and diversity of herbivores? (R)
3/3 How attention turned from civilisation and kings to the search for the common man. (R)
1/3 A look at how drama in Athens was deeply connected to Athenian democracy. (R)
2/2 As the Maida Vale studios reach 75, Cerys Matthews takes a historical tour.
12/15 The Navy helicopter team transfer a seriously ill patient from a remote island hospital. (R)
On its 50th anniversary, global figures read Martin Luther King's 'I have a Dream' speech.
BBC Radio 4
8/10 Jordan opens the doors to the West End theatre where he has become a star. (R)
3/5 Why the story of the armadillo is stranger than fiction, according to Richard Dawkins. (R)
4/15 Thieves use a hammer left by the back door to break into a man's home. (R)
14/15 Police sniff out drugs and an illegal driver during a motorway spotcheck on the border. (R)
4/4 Billy Kay examines sectarianism and conspiracy theories in Freemasonry. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
5/10 Martin Ellis catches up with famous early cyclists Edward Elgar and Vaughn Williams.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/4 David Grossman assesses the impact of government interventions like quantitative easing.
5/34 A retrospective of television appearances made by Hollywood legend John Wayne. (R)
4/7 Lisa Jardine explores an age in which scientists took leaps of faith. (R)
Martin Luther King’s words, as read by global figures, to commemorate his legacy
David Morrissey narrates a unique journey around the planet that we call home. (R)
In India's largets cities, a new profession has established itself: the wedding detective.
Jem Stansfield investigates how the crash test dummy has become an icon for safety.
6/10 Nick begins by tracing his Irish roots on his mother's side of the family.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
3/5 Considering the pros and cons of reintroducing the wild boar into the Highlands. (R)
Reassembled footage surrounding the assassination of Martin Luther King.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash hit demonstrates the UK's unerring love of musical theatre.
BBC Radio 2
4/5 The centre's most lucrative contract is ending and it's down to Nev to find a replacement. (R)
1/8 Lesley needs to closely monitor Neelam whose pregnancy is complicated by her diabetes. (R)
Elizabeth Kinder embarks on a journey through Andalusia to find the soul of flamenco. (R)
3/7 Martin Fry explores the New Romantic obsession with style and image.
3/3 Simon travels down the east coast to the cities of Sydney and Melbourne. (R)
Jem Stansfield investigates how the crash test dummy has become an icon for safety. (R)
1/2 Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock tells the story of punk rock.
Thursday 29 August 2013