A look at the creation of Peter Gabriel's massive-selling 1986 album, So. (R)
Tom Brook looks back on 30 years of the showcase for independent cinema. (R)
BBC News Channel
2/6 The rich jungles that nestle within China's rugged south west reaches are revealed. (R)
1/3 Dr Michael Mosley discovers why we want to control pain and how we ultimately did it. (R)
Thailand's seafood export industry continues to use trafficked and forced labour. (R)
21/52 Alan Freeman continues to look at the folk protest movement of the mid 1960s.
BBC Radio 6 Music
A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK. (R)
BBC World News
Ian Peacock picks up his spoon and delves into the history of 'The King of Fruits'.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents. (R)
3/3 Andrew Graham-Dixon feels the pulse of contemporary American art from New York to LA. (R)
BBC World News except North America
1/4 Sgeulachd beatha Eilidh NicDhòmhnaill, Eilidh an Tàilleir, à Uibhist a Deas. (R)
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Mark Radcliffe on Ena Sharples and the actress who played her, Violet Carson.
Neil Oliver visits the birthplace of his seafaring hero Lord Nelson. (R)
Comedian, poet and timewaster Tim Key takes a look at the influence of boredom on comedy.
3/3 Young people from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales share their vision of devolution. (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Is a transparent declaration of politicians' outside interests enough to uphold democracy? (R)
BBC Radio 4
Yr eicon cerddorol Cymraeg, Meic Stevens yn olrhain hanes pop Cymraeg. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Adam Shaw looks into new technologies to reduce CO2 emissions. (R)
2/3 A tree shrew and a chipmunk face terrifying predators as they search for vital food. (R)
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
3/4 Solva and Newport take each other on in the the Dinas Head Challenge, a longboat race. (R)
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD, Wales, Wales HD
2/4 The team tries to prove that not one but two paintings are works by John Constable.
Predatory or prudent? Has RBS been playing fair with its business customers? (R)
4/4 Ghost hunters try to find out if Chapel Bay Fort at Angle is hiding more than weapons. (R)
Becky Palmstrom uncovers the extent of modern-day slavery in the Thai fishing industry. (R)
The story of one of Scotland's most successful variety entertainment acts.
BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD
3/3 Looking at how the Arab relationship with nature has changed. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
4/4 A focus on how the life and works of Robert Burns have been celebrated over the years. (R)
4/8 The bits Hollywood hoped viewers wouldn't spot, in another great compilation of foul-ups. (R)
2/3 Following a family business which has been making medals and regalia for generations. (R)
BBC Two Wales
Simon Reeve heads to Vietnam to uncover the stories behind the morning pick-me-up.
Modern day slavery on Thailand’s fishing boats
BBC World Service Online
3/6 Ruth takes to the stage, Mairi provides counselling, while there's heartbreak for Jo. (R)
Archive footage and a live score tell the story of steel and the story of Sheffield.
Kevin Maguire of the Daily Mirror looks at how papers covered the week's biggest stories.
2/2 Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani continue their epic road trips across Russia. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Actor and writer Mark Gatiss embarks on a chilling voyage through European horror cinema. (R)
2/7 Two groups of mates fly to Koh Phangan, famous for its wild full-moon parties. (R)
3/3 The final part explores the 1980s and the eventual demise of the golden era. (R)
A look at the creation of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' album Damn the Torpedoes. (R)
22/52 Alan Freeman continues to look in to the youth protest movement of 1967 to 1972.
Monday 27 January 2014