6/13 Steve Backshall unravels the secrets that lie covered in ice for most of each year. (R)
2/4 The stories and science behind some of the world's most dramatic earthquakes. (R)
9/13 Robert Webb reveals the greatest continuity foul-ups modern cinema has to offer. (R)
2/4 Jago Cooper visits Bolivia in search of Tiwanaku, the ruins of a monolithic temple city. (R)
2/4 Paul Morley continues his portrait of the music industry and its iconic record labels.
BBC Radio 6 Music
1/10 Undercover police officers chase down a suspected drug dealer. (R)
In December 1983, a US airman was shot down while attacking Syrian forces in Lebanon
BBC World Service Online
2/6 Ellie Harrison discovers how Britain's coastal and marine wildlife is under threat. (R)
Investigating global developments, issues and affairs.
9/15 Police comfort a man who has been burgled while visiting his elderly wife in hospital. (R)
Brown Rats have caused havoc on many bird populations, can they, should they be removed?
BBC Radio 4
2/10 Police try to keep the peace in a city centre on a busy night out.
Singer Monica Vasconcelos explores the musical and political story of bossa nova.
Anne McElvoy explores how mass democracy split conservatism into moderates and militants.
1/5 Two dentists compare notes on the changes in techniques they have witnessed.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Ingrid Bergman. (R)
7/10 Layton is thrown in at the deep end during an audition.
17/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. In this episode, Dublin Bay. (R)
7/13 Why Canada's coastal forest is home to top predators like eagles, bears and wolves. (R)
1/5 Griff Rhys Jones begins to restore his 200-year-old farmhouse in Pembrokeshire. (R)
Mark Mardell explores the relationship between the world's two greatest powers.
6/10 Documenting Britain's fondness for boats using short films from the 1960s.
6/7 Lisa Jardine explores how the demands of war mobilised science long before WWII.
3/3 Michael Scott examines the role played by the Romans in the preservation of Greek drama.
4/8 Following the specialist midwives of Saint Mary's Hospital in Manchester.
BBC Two except Wales
8/8 Peter and Dan Snow go to Kuwait to tell the story of Operation Desert Storm. (R)
5/21 A light-hearted look at the evolution of porridge, from humble meal to foodie breakfast. (R)
2/5 Gloria Hunniford discovers the social history and stories of Rostrevor. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
2/2 Robert Winston looks at how the children have coped with changes in their families. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Scotland HD, Wales, Wales HD
1/4 The life story of the glamorous actress who happily sacrificed her career for her children
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
4/4 Julian Richards returns to the excavation of two early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries. (R)
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
A moving and surprisingly uplifting insight into the reality of modern family life. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Wales
2/2 Experts Dr Kirstie Anderson and Dr Jason Ellis create some surprising treatment plans. (R)
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
2/3 Chris Jagger charts Alexis Korner's part in the early 1960s rhythm and blues scene.
A look at post-industrial Detroit and its burgeoning urban agricultural movement. (R)
BBC Two Wales
2/3 Jasmine helps 79-year-old engineer Jeff reclaim his home from the chaos of his hoard. (R)
A moving and surprisingly uplifting insight into the reality of modern family life.
6/10 Documenting Britain's fondness for boats using short films from the 1960s. (R)
3/3 How South American drug cartels use Ukraine as a transit hub to smuggle cocaine. (R)
3/3 Michael Scott examines the role played by the Romans in the preservation of Greek drama. (R)
3/4 Paul Morley looks back at those who helped create and mould the record labels.
A version for schools of the BBC Two history series presented by Dr Joann Fletcher. (R)
4/4 Jones calls on local help in the Tregaron area to follow in the footsteps of Frank Ward. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Wednesday 11 September 2013