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)
Tom Brook looks back on 30 years of the showcase for independent cinema. (R)
BBC News Channel
Comedian, poet and timewaster Tim Key takes a look at the influence of boredom on comedy.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
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.
BBC Radio 6 Music
In 1943, Rome's Jewish citizens were promised safety if they gave gold to the Nazis.
BBC World Service Online
4/4 David Dimbleby explores how the sea emerged as a source of pleasure. (R)
3/10 Everyone supports Tyler as he heads off for the toughest audition of his life. (R)
Dr Kat Arney meets a new generation of virtual cartographers, making maps to save lives.
BBC Radio 4
1/5 Bettany Hughes examines changing ideas of liberty in her archaeology of philosophy.
Cyfres ddogfen yn adrodd hanes penodol bob wythnos.
BBC Radio Cymru
1/8 Neil Oliver visits Whitstable and ventures offshore to the remarkable Red Sands sea forts. (R)
1/3 A new baby is born, but her first few weeks look set to be the most dangerous of her life. (R)
At the small school at Lowick, Mitchell gets messy when he tries feet painting.
16/20 In Norwich Castle, Michael uncovers the Victorian public's gory fascination with crime.
4/6 Major changes in the 20th century and their impact on Highland communities.
10/15 Series highlighting the immense challenges faced by emergency services in rural Scotland.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
4/4 Vet Alex needs a strong stomach as she tries to save a pony with colic.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
2/3 Michael Wood uncovers the story of Alfred's daughter Aethelflaed, the ruler of Mercia. (R)
Could an independent Scotland align itself with the Nordic Pact? Allan Little investigates
David Morrissey narrates a unique journey around the planet that we call home. (R)
2/3 Stacey investigates a stag's last night of freedom and what really happens in Prague. (R)
9/18 Two contrasting doctors and an island practice with a difference.
Monty Don discusses discovering new medicine in the natural world. (R)
Puppet on a String tackles the dark issue of sexual exploitation in gangs.
BBC Radio 1
3/3 Telling the story of British character comedy giant Dick Emery.
1/4 Jeremy Paxman traces the story of the dramatic early stages of the war.
BBC One except Wales, Wales HD
the life and work of Donegal poet and songwriter Seán Bán Mac Grianna. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
How a choir of Jewish prisoners defiantly performed Verdi's Requiem in front of the Nazis.
Dick Strawbridge charts Belfast's journey from humble sandbank to industrial powerhouse.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/3 Following a family business which has been making medals and regalia for generations. (R)
2/2 Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani continue their epic road trips across Russia. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Meet Ruhan Jia, one of the young hopefuls in the world of state-manufactured pop
23/52 Alan Freeman takes a look at the 1960s US underground scene.
2/4 Olly and Jake head to the French Alps for fun and games, with their mums watching on. (R)
1/8 Matt Everitt discusses musical milestones with Ringo Starr. First broadcast in 2011. (R)
How a choir of Jewish prisoners defiantly performed Verdi's Requiem in front of the Nazis. (R)
Tuesday 28 January 2014