Documentary following naked rambler Stephen Gough as he attempts to return to his family. (R)
BBC Two except Wales
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)
BBC Two Wales only
31/52 Alan Freeman celebrates the 'new breed' of independent labels in Britain from 1976 to 1981
BBC Radio 6 Music
9/15 How a predicted spate of impending solar storms may affect our technological civilisation. (R)
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)
1/3 Chris investigates killer sharks on an Australian golf course and other weird events. (R)
The reception class go to their very first swimming lesson - but how will Mitchell manage? (R)
10/10 The summer term is drawing to a close and it is time for the end-of-year show. (R)
3/4 This episode reveals the foods that promise top quality but deliver much less. (R)
2/3 Giles Fraser asks if we have always been nostalgic about community. (R)
BBC Radio 4
10/20 Sanjeev Kohli takes a humorous look at Scots insults.
BBC Two Scotland only
Dementia campaigner Tommy Whitelaw is on a mission to celebrate Scotland's carers.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/10 How Joseph Fourier's mathematics transformed our understanding of heat, light and sound. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
14/31 Alice Roberts discovers how Danish Jews escaped the Nazis in a flotilla of fishing boats. (R)
2/3 The team pushes further into the jungle, searching for the unusual animals that live there (R)
10/11 Darryl Grimason revisits his childhood as he goes rock pooling near Newcastle, Co Down. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
3/10 Michael Portillo takes the train from Turin to Casanova's capital of romance, Venice. (R)
5/6 Major changes in the twentieth century and their impact on Highland communities. (R)
3/6 Sailing a square rigger, which turned Britain into a world power in the 19th century. (R)
1/3 A look at how drama in Athens was deeply connected to Athenian democracy. (R)
A group of young actors with Down's Syndrome create a touring production of Hamlet. (R)
2/6 Dave and Debbie are sinking all their savings into a village pub in Gloucestershire.
Seusan nan Dannsaichean Viennese. A programme about the Viennese ball season. (R)
Documentary looking at how 11 climbers were killed during a descent of K2 in August 2008.
1/3 At the Miss Venezuela beauty contest, young women sign up to an extreme regime.
1/2 At the outbreak of the First World War three cousins reigned over Europe's great powers.
Alex Bellos looks at the science behind learning maths and if school lessons reflect this.
5/6 Little known and unusual stories from Scotland's history. (R)
Julia Bradbury walks the 60 kilometres of Iceland's most famous hiking route. (R)
Documentary recalling the life of eccentric Lancastrian Alfred Wainwright. (R)
2/3 Chris Packham explores the remarkable problem-solving abilities of crows. (R)
3/16 A look what role identity will play in the Scottish Independence Referendum. (R)
Professor Dave Cliff tells the story of the quest for certainty and sound reasoning. (R)
Legislators in Belgium consider extending the right to die to terminally ill children
BBC World Service
1/3 At the Miss Venezuela beauty contest, young women sign up to an extreme regime. (R)
Documentary following author Edmund de Waal over the course of a remarkable year. (R)
32/52 Alan Freeman celebrates James Brown and the funkiest music ever recorded.
1/2 Pete Mitchell tells the remarkable tale of Northern Soul star Dean Parrish.
Documentary looking at how 11 climbers were killed during a descent of K2 in August 2008. (R)
1/2 Howard Goodall charts the development of techniques musicians now take for granted. (R)
Thursday 6 February 2014