The story of the opulent, intricate, gold-crested Sevres porcelain of 18th-century France. (R)
1/3 Chris Packham explores the remarkable ways animals use their senses. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
What does the popularity of controversial comedian Dieudonné tell us about France today?
BBC World Service
25/52 A look back at the mid-to-late 1960s, when musicians wanted to be taken seriously.
BBC Radio 6 Music
2/2 A look at the golden age of grammar schools in the 1950s and 60s and their sudden demise. (R)
2/8 Bjork discusses her musical milestones with Matt Everitt. First broadcast in 2011. (R)
3/7 Two groups of friends fly to Koh Phangan to attend a legendary Full Moon Party. (R)
3/3 Alex Durtnell rediscovers the houses his family have built, from Elizabethan times. (R)
3/6 With the end of the first term approaching, some are progressing more quickly than others. (R)
6/10 Max and Luca take to the streets to see what the public will make of their new band. (R)
2/4 A look at how much sugar there is in products that market themselves as healthy foods. (R)
Matthew Sweet explores the creative rivalry between the two great British horror studios.
BBC Radio 4
4/5 Bettany attends a women's football game and visits a synagogue to hear the Song of Deborah
Neil Oliver casts his own bronze sword and explores the site of the Welsh Great Escape. (R)
In Cork, Neil Oliver explores Titanic's last port of call. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
1/3 Explorer Steve Backshall and sniffer dog Bruiser hunt for tigers through the undergrowth. (R)
It's Thaila's birthday and on her special day she takes part in a special dance class.
19/20 Michael Portillo heads into Surrey where he blow-dries a hen in Dorking.
We explore how businesses can slash their energy costs.
BBC Radio Wales
3/3 Young people from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales share their vision of devolution. (R)
BBC Radio Ulster
3/3 A stranded marmoset roams Rio's streets, and a rhinoceros beetle seeks sanctuary in Tokyo.
3/7 Featuring cases when officers have found themselves in the right place at the right time. (R)
2/3 Portrait of life in London's East End, from the docks and the rag trade to market traders. (R)
Jago Cooper uses scientific and archaeological evidence to examine Easter Island's demise.
4/6 Chloe's year 11 class get the results of their mock exams and the news is not good.
1/3 Dr Clare Jackson argues the case that the Stuarts were Britain's defining royal family.
Historian Dan Snow looks back at 90 years of the Winter Olympics.
A bheil muir-theachdan a' gabhail thairis nan cuan. Are jellyfish taking over the seas? (R)
4/4 Julian Richards returns to the excavation of two early Anglo-Saxon cemeteries. (R)
5/12 What's worse for us: sugar or fat? Doctors Chris and Xand Van Tulleken investigate. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
2/3 How a lot of cultural energy was devoted to the pursuit of pleasure in the Rococo age. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
1/3 Simon Reeve embarks on pilgrimages across Britain, from Holy Island to Canterbury. (R)
26/52 Alan Freeman explores the progressive music scene in Britain from 1967 to 1971.
4/6 Chloe's year 11 class get the results of their mock exams and the news is not good. (R)
3/3 Neil Oliver discovers how the early church created a new generation of Sacred Wonders. (R)
Jago Cooper uses scientific and archaeological evidence to examine Easter Island's demise. (R)
Friday 31 January 2014