Historian Dan Snow looks back at 90 years of the Winter Olympics. (R)
3/6 Supermodel Cindy Crawford explores the mystery behind her Midwestern family's origins.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
The Italian town that has taken in North Africa's boat migrants
BBC World Service
Dave Grohl uncovers stories about the legendary Los Angeles studio, Sound City. (R)
3/7 Two groups of friends fly to Koh Phangan to attend a legendary Full Moon Party. (R)
2/3 Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers, including Tiller Girls and the War.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
29/52 Alan Freeman looks back at the rise and fall of punk rock in Britain.
BBC Radio 6 Music
In the small school in Lowick, it's a big day for Abbie and Connor as they settle in. (R)
1/2 James Cracknell and Ben Fogle train with Bedouins and push themselves to the limit. (R)
8/10 Jordan opens the doors to the West End theatre where he has become a star. (R)
David Goldblatt discovers how one snowless Yorkshire city turned out Olympic skiers.
BBC Radio 4
1/10 An astronaut and an investment analyst pay homage to the enormous power of the calculus. (R)
Dei Tomos fydd yn dilyn Arwyn Jones o Benygroes, un o gapteiniad British Airways.
BBC Radio Cymru
Neil Oliver visits the bustling port of Rosyth to explore Britain's global sea trade. (R)
3/3 The search reaches its climax as Steve Backshall has a very close encounter. (R)
1/10 Michael Portillo returns to his native Spain, armed with his 1913 railway guide. (R)
Felicity Evans explores some of the highlights from the Eye on Wales archives.
BBC Radio Wales
13/14 Exposing hapless continuity errors, awful anachronisms and gaping plot holes. (R)
5/6 Major changes in the twentieth century and their impact on Highland communities.
1/6 The story of the boat in which explorer John Cabot landed in North America in 1497. (R)
11/15 Dumfries police carry out a double drugs bust and paramedics face blizzard conditions.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
3/3 How Aethelstan fulfilled the family plan to create a kingdom of all England. (R)
Tackling the problems of population and rising seas for the Pacific islands of Kirabati
Film about the warrior Genghis Khan, conquered an empire larger than the Roman Empire. (R)
2/4 The whole population is enlisted to turn an unprepared Britain into a war machine.
A group of young actors with Down's Syndrome create a touring production of Hamlet.
6/12 Horizon investigates why the geology of Florida makes it the sinkhole capital of the world
Greg James heads online to try and rid the web of his most embarrassing photos! (R)
BBC Radio 1
Monty Don asks who is responsible for the life in our oceans. (R)
The story of two brothers - one grew up to become a musician, the other a priest. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/3 Alex Durtnell rediscovers the houses his family have built, from Elizabethan times. (R)
Simon Reeve heads to Vietnam to uncover the stories behind the morning pick-me-up. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
With accusations of corruption and criminality, are the concerns about Sochi justified?
30/52 Alan Freeman charts the rise and fall of the ultimate punk band - The Sex Pistols.
A group of young actors with Down's Syndrome create a touring production of Hamlet. (R)
How Britain is still defined by the battle between metaphorical Cavaliers and Roundheads. (R)
1/2 Candi Staton recalls the 1979 anti-disco protest led by a local Chicago DJ.
Tuesday 4 February 2014