3/3 How Aethelstan fulfilled the family plan to create a kingdom of all England. (R)
With accusations of corruption and criminality, are the concerns about Sochi justified?
BBC World Service Online
30/52 Alan Freeman charts the rise and fall of the ultimate punk band - the Sex Pistols.
BBC Radio 6 Music
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.
Film about the warrior Genghis Khan, conquered an empire larger than the Roman Empire. (R)
In February 2004, 23 Chinese immigrants drowned off the coast of north-west England
Mrs Fieldhouse shows the class how to make prince and princess leaf crowns. (R)
1/2 Invasion and atrocity in 1914 transformed Britain's entry into the war into a moral cause.
BBC Radio 4
9/10 The students fight to hang on to their parts in the end-of-year show. (R)
Record producer Joe Boyd profiles New Orleans pianist James Booker aka The Black Liberace.
A look at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory.
BBC Two Wales
3/4 Sgeulachd beatha Eilidh NicDhòmhnaill, Eilidh an Tàilleir, à Uibhist a Deas.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
2/10 How a solution to a 1700s conundrum enables us to access information on the internet. (R)
Meet the extraordinary people behind some of the world's most discussed legal cases.
1/8 A circular tour of the Irish Sea visiting every country of the British Isles. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
1/4 Shumi Bose examines the qualities we consider to be most desirable in design.
1/3 A team of explorers search the depths of the last great unspoilt jungle on the planet. (R)
2/8 A look at the life of the youngest stunt motorbike rider in Europe.
2/10 Michael Portillo returns to his native Spain, armed with his 1913 railway guide. (R)
2/6 The story of HMS Pickle, the boat that delivered the news of victory at Trafalgar. (R)
9/15 How a predicted spate of impending solar storms may affect our technological civilisation. (R)
4/6 Chloe's Year 11 class get the results of their mock exams, and the news is not good. (R)
Are the old and vulnerable paying the price of cuts in home care?
2/3 Chris Packham explores the remarkable problem-solving abilities of crows.
BBC Two Scotland
2/3 A baby with a hole in her heart desperately needs surgery.
BBC Two except Scotland
5/8 The lionesses give the male lion at Blair Drummond Safari Park a hard time. (R)
4/7 Two very different young people head to the beautiful Thai island of Koh Phi Phi.
3/3 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the Rococo age's descent into madness.
3/13 A look what role identity will play in the Scottish Independence Referendum.
1/2 Invasion and atrocity in 1914 transformed Britain's entry into the war into a moral cause. (R)
Jago Cooper uses scientific and archaeological evidence to examine Easter Island's demise. (R)
3/3 Programme three focuses on suicide and mental health.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
4/4 How the region deals with the biggest crisis facing the professional game in Wales.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
3/6 The remote Tibetan plateau is home to chiru antelopes, wild yaks, foxes and bears. (R)
Documentary following naked rambler Stephen Gough as he attempts to return to his family. (R)
2/3 Exploring early attempts to tackle infection and how we used microbes to fight back. (R)
4/7 Two very different young people head to the beautiful Thai island of Koh Phi Phi. (R)
31/52 Alan Freeman celebrates the 'new breed' of independent labels in Britain from 1976 to 1981
2/2 Candi Staton recalls the 1979 anti-disco protest led by a local Chicago DJ.
3/3 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the Rococo age's descent into madness. (R)
Wednesday 5 February 2014