Documentary looking at the life and work of soul and pop diva Dusty Springfield. (R)
Documentary telling the life story of renowned Senegalese singer/composer, Youssou N'Dour. (R)
5/6 Owen Sheers visits a Welsh village to explore Lynette Roberts's Poem from Llanybri. (R)
3/6 The Girl Group Explosion. Charlotte Greig celebrates the girl groups of the 60s.
BBC Radio 6 Music
15/15 Country cops confiscate firearms after an allegation of threatening behaviour is made. (R)
A doctor who took part in Eritrea's 30 year struggle for independence from Ethiopia
BBC World Service Online
4/5 Roger Law meets two inventors who are changing the world one small design at a time.
BBC Radio 4
8/8 Steve Backshall and the Deadly 60 crew head for the island paradise of Sri Lanka. (R)
How the French Revolution shocked Edmund Burke into defending British traditions.
7/10 How mass produced bicycles brought freedom of the road to the working classes in the 1930s
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/20 Keepers perform an emergency caesarean on Imogen the giraffe. (R)
A look back at the milestones and highlights of Bette Davis's life and career. (R)
Mike Greenwood unlocks the secrets of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic novella.
1/10 It's the start of the summer term. As new pupil Sadie settles in, old timer Kedar returns.
2/9 Three case studies for secondary learners: migration, the environment and the Holocaust.
1/4 Tracking the lives of Swansea Market traders over three of the busiest months of the year. (R)
BBC Two Wales
1/7 Exploring Stirling Castle. (R)
4/13 Steve Backshall looks at the unique geography of California's Monterey Bay kelp forest. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
4/15 The crew are scrambled to one of Glencoe's highest peaks to search for stranded climbers.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
1/5 Gloria Hunniford discovers the social history and stories of Glenarm and Carnlough.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
1/4 Can a pregnant sheep be saved? And a dog with parvovirus struggles to survive.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
3/3 How simple clay, sand and rock can build cities and transform the way we view our world. (R)
No longer just for the rich, tutoring is booming in Britain. But is it worth the money? (R)
4/4 Shane Lynch reveals how he rallied the online community to help recover his racing car.
The Western Isles has the highest percentage of people living in fuel poverty in Scotland. (R)
1/4 The Chachapoyas were an Andean people who had sophisticated methods of recording stories. (R)
Geoff Watts finds out how deep brain stimulation is treating Parkinson's and depression. (R)
From Boy in da Corner to centre stage, Dizzee Rascal breaks down his life and career.
BBC Radio 1
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
1/3 Robert Peston reveals how shopping was transformed between the 1950s and the 1980s.
1/7 Motorway cops hear ridiculous and unbelievable excuses from drivers facing prosecution.
Series celebrating British musical icons begins with Alma Cogan. (R)
BBC Radio 2
Brian Mullen discovers the history, relevance and meaning of iconic Ulster songs. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Jem Stansfield investigates how the crash test dummy has become an icon for safety. (R)
1/5 Simon Schama begins his exploration of the Jewish story at the start, 3,000 years ago. (R)
3/6 Bruce Parry sails to the island of Anuta, a remote tropical outpost in the South Pacific. (R)
5/7 Producers Trevor Horn and Steve Levine talk about their most memorable records of the 80s.
Wirathu, the Buddhist monk leading the anti-Muslim campaign of Myanmar
1/2 Paul O'Grady on how work shaped communities and what happened when jobs disappeared. (R)
11/13 Robert Webb reveals his favourite bits from the hit movies of recent times - the mistakes. (R)
4/6 Charlotte Greig continues her celebration of female vocal groups with a look at Motown.
Tuesday 3 September 2013