2/3 Alexis' part in the burgeoning early-60s rhythm and blues scene and the Ealing Club.
BBC Radio 6 Music
A look at post-industrial Detroit and its burgeoning urban agricultural movement. (R)
A moving and surprisingly uplifting insight into the reality of modern family life. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
Experts Dr Kirstie Anderson and Dr Jason Ellis create some surprising treatment plans. (R)
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/3 Jasmine helps 79-year-old engineer Jeff reclaim his home from the chaos of his hoard. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Wales
A moving and surprisingly uplifting insight into the reality of modern family life.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/3 How does Turkey's relationship with Europe now stand?
BBC World Service
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
6/10 Documenting Britain's fondness for boats using short films from the 1960s. (R)
1/5 Griff Rhys Jones begins to restore his 200-year-old farmhouse in Pembrokeshire. (R)
3/3 How South American drug cartels use Ukraine as a transit hub to smuggle cocaine. (R)
7/13 Why Canada's coastal forest is home to top predators like eagles, bears and wolves. (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
2/10 Police try to keep the peace in a city centre on a busy night out. (R)
3/10 The vice squad patrol London's streets to stamp out prostitution.
2/2 Michael Rosen visits the biggest public lending library in Britain.
BBC Radio 4
Anne McElvoy explores conservative responses to postwar affluence and the welfare state.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
4/31 Neil Oliver performs on the stage of a remarkable coastal amphitheatre near Land's End. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
13/31 The story of president John F Kennedy's trip to Galway just five months before he died. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
2/5 A daughter and mother compare notes on how technology helped their birth experience.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
6/7 Lisa Jardine explores how the demands of war mobilised science long before WWII. (R)
9/34 A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Lauren Bacall. (R)
8/10 Is it pop or flop for Max and Luca's gig and can the third years bag themselves an agent?
2/7 A look at Edinburgh Castle and Eilean Donan. (R)
8/13 Steve finds out how a tiny coral building block created Earth's largest living structure. (R)
A visit to Strangford Lough to discover the abundance and diversity of wildlife there.
4/4 Gloria learns which comes out on top in the battle between tap and bottled water.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD
2/3 How some women began to question their traditional role in the home in the 17th century. (R)
10/13 Robert Webb reveals the greatest continuity foul-ups modern cinema has to offer. (R)
A look at the graveyards of Cebu, which are home to hundreds of families with children. (R)
A look through 45 years of Horizon archive to see how science came to understand sex.
8/10 Sarah Millican discovers that her ancestor was one of the world's first divers.
BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD
1/6 A history of the Celts. Who were they? (R)
8/12 A look at why witches have cast such a powerful spell over generations of artists. (R)
New Order's combination of rap and football highlights our love of the beautiful game.
BBC Radio 2
2/4 Jago Cooper visits Bolivia in search of Tiwanaku, the ruins of a monolithic temple city. (R)
3/8 Following the Birmingham midwives in the birth centre and the delivery suite. (R)
Following the excavation of Pavlopetri, the oldest submerged city in the world. (R)
3/3 Chris Jagger tells the story of Alexis' continuing influence on British music.
3/3 Wendy in south London proves to be one of Jasmine's toughest challenges. (R)
A look through 45 years of Horizon archive to see how science came to understand sex. (R)
4/11 Robert Webb uncovers the clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. (R)
4/4 Paul Morley considers the future for record labels in the digital download world.
Thursday 12 September 2013