2/3 Stacey Dooley investigates the growing ya-ba drug craze sweeping through Thailand. (R)
Can scientists bring extinct animals back from the dead?
BBC World Service
Featuring Gloria Gaynor, Donna Summer, Grace Jones, Chaka Khan and Madonna. (R)
2/4 A look at the changes in how fruit and veg was grown, picked and sold in the 20th century. (R)
1/4 Paul Morley and his guests consider how technological changes have influenced music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
5/5 Roger meets designers Hussein Chalayan and Ross Lovegrove, aka 'Captain Organic'.
BBC Radio 4
8/15 A family is devastated by a burglary, but a tip-off puts police on the thieves' trail. (R)
1/10 Undercover police officers chase down a suspected drug dealer.
A look at Calvin's youth and education in France, 500 years after his birth.
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal
Anne McElvoy goes to Tyneside to rediscover the 'conserving crowds' of the Edwardian era.
21/31 A visit to Loch Creran on the Scottish west coast. (R)
10/10 How innovations in design and changing social tastes mean the bike is back in fashion.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
What role can the Maliki school of Islam play in Morocco and North Africa?
4/34 A retrospective of television appearances made by legendary star and dancer Gene Kelly. (R)
Mary Anne Hobbs explores the fusion of fine art and tattoos.
6/10 Top level senior dancer Marnie takes on her biggest challenge yet.
2/7 A look at Edinburgh Castle and Eilean Donan. (R)
6/13 Steve Backshall unravels the secrets that lie covered in ice for most of each year. (R)
5/15 The Royal Navy search and rescue helicopter crew race to rescue an injured walker.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
2/5 Gloria Hunniford discovers the social history and stories of Rostrevor.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/4 A bulldog requires a caesarean section to deliver her seven puppies.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
Do e-cigarettes really help smokers quit and are they safe?
Following the excavation of Pavlopetri, the oldest submerged city in the world. (R)
John Kampfner examines the potential consequences of Britain not intervening in Syria.
5/21 A light-hearted look at the evolution of porridge, from humble meal to foodie breakfast. (R)
2/4 Jago Cooper visits Bolivia in search of Tiwanaku, the ruins of a monolithic temple city. (R)
2/7 Officers from West Yorkshire attend a serious head-on crash in Bradford.
BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD
2/3 The 1990s and 2000s, when goods got cheaper, fashion faster and supermarkets smarter.
Huw Stephens quizzes Jordan and Harley in Rizzle Kicks' Game of Life.
BBC Radio 1
Are agricultural crops good or bad for nature? (R)
2/4 Iain Stewart explores some of the world's most dramatic earthquakes. (R)
Brian Mullen discovers the history, relevance and meaning of iconic Ulster songs. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Barbara Windsor profiles Kathy Kirby, a successful singing star of the 1960s.
BBC Radio 2
A look at Calvin's youth and education in France, 500 years after his birth. (R)
1/2 The children reveal how they have coped with the transition to secondary school. (R)
4/6 Bruce Parry spends time with the Akie people of Tanzania, who live on the savannah. (R)
2/5 How medieval Jews struggled to preserve their identity under Christian and Islamic rule. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
1/3 Chris looks at Alexis' troubled early life.
9/13 Robert Webb reveals the greatest continuity foul-ups modern cinema has to offer. (R)
2/4 Paul Morley continues his portrait of the music industry and its iconic record labels.
Tuesday 10 September 2013