3/3 Chris Jagger tells the story of Alexis' continuing influence on British music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
3/3 Wendy in south London proves to be one of Jasmine's toughest challenges. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
8/13 Steve finds out how a tiny coral building block created Earth's largest living structure. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
2/3 How some women began to question their traditional role in the home in the 17th century. (R)
8/12 A look at why witches have cast such a powerful spell over generations of artists. (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.
3/10 The vice squad patrol London's streets to stamp out prostitution. (R)
John Waite investigates whistleblowing: is the price too high for questioning wrongdoing?
BBC Radio 4
Why China's gender imbalance will leave 24 million bachelors looking for love by 2020
BBC World Service
4/10 Featuring mass car races taking place on residential streets.
Simon Russell Beale reappraises Oh! What a Lovely War in its 50th anniversary year.
Murchadh 'Esso' Moireasdan a' seanchas ri Catriona Mhoireach na dhachaigh ann an Wishaw.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Anne McElvoy explores how the 'permissive society' provoked a new, populist conservatism.
3/5 Two community nurses discuss how technology affects their relationships with patients.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
13/34 A look back at television appearances made over the years by Hollywood icon Gregory Peck. (R)
1/7 Britain's story through art and treasure, from the Roman invasion to the Norman Conquest. (R)
9/10 It is the last week of GCSEs but the tough rehearsal schedule continues for year 11.
We talk to a member of Hafren Power, the company behind the plan for a Severn Barrage.
BBC Radio Wales
17/26 The nature and wildlife of Britain and Ireland. In this episode, Dublin Bay. (R)
Sam Willis explores how the Caribbean sugar islands were a kind of hell in Nelson's time. (R)
A poignant tale of homecoming to a remote Scottish island 70 years after its evacuation. (R)
A nostalgic look at some of Gaelic TV's finest moments. (R)
1/3 Neil Brand looks at how the classic orchestral film score emerged in the 1930s.
Documentary about three young, all-American girls who also happen to be exorcists.
John Waite investigates whistleblowing: is the price too high for questioning wrongdoing? (R)
Murchadh 'Esso' Moireasdan a' seanchas ri Catriona Mhoireach na dhachaigh ann an Wishaw. (R)
A look at the graveyards of Cebu, which are home to hundreds of families with children. (R)
John Marsden investigates how legalisation may change teenage drug use in Colorado. (R)
3/3 Michael Scott examines the role played by the Romans in the preservation of Greek drama. (R)
Marc Riley introduces archive interviews with Tina Turner and Captain Beefheart.
Documentary about three young, all-American girls who also happen to be exorcists. (R)
8/8 Peter and Dan Snow go to Kuwait to tell the story of Operation Desert Storm. (R)
1/3 Neil Brand looks at how the classic orchestral film score emerged in the 1930s. (R)
Another chance to hear Joe Brown present a tribute to Eddie Cochran.
Friday 13 September 2013