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)
BBC Two except Scotland
2/3 Chris Packham explores the remarkable problem-solving abilities of crows. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
32/52 Alan Freeman celebrates James Brown and the funkiest music ever recorded.
BBC Radio 6 Music
1/3 A look at how drama in Athens was deeply connected to Athenian democracy. (R)
4/7 Two very different young people head to the beautiful Thai island of Koh Phi Phi. (R)
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 The first hour of this version for secondary schools traces the story of music to 1850. (R)
The children go blackberry and apple picking and bake a delicious crumble. (R)
1/10 It's the start of the summer term. As new pupil Sadie settles in, old timer Kedar returns. (R)
4/4 Gloria learns which comes out on top in the battle between tap and bottled water. (R)
1/2 Ballet star Carlos Acosta's greatest role - to save a crumbling ballet school in Havana.
BBC Radio 4
4/10 How the maths begun by Evariste Galois describes the particles that make up our universe. (R)
3/8 Britain's bonds with its Celtic cousins across the Channel in Brittany are explored. (R)
3/3 Justine Evans searches for giant anteater. George and Gordon struggle up a jungle river. (R)
4/10 Michael Portillo takes the train from Turin to Casanova's capital of romance, Venice. (R)
A look back at some of the most significant Welsh business stories of the past fifty years
BBC Radio Wales
6/12 Horizon investigates why the geology of Florida makes it the sinkhole capital of the world
BBC Two except Wales
Julia Paul talks to local soldiers, nurses and churchmen about the future of Afghanistan. (R)
BBC Radio Ulster
1/4 When Poundland reduces its prices, Poundworld retaliates by launching the £1 bra.
3/3 A look at how suburban London has been captured on film over time. (R)
A look through 45 years of Horizon archive to see how science came to understand sex. (R)
5/6 A clique of year 10 girls have taken against Claudenia and are becoming hard to manage.
2/2 Looks at the part the Kaiser's erratic personality played in the isolation of Germany.
2/3 Dr Clare Jackson examines the effects of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms.
What really happened during the eruption of volcanic island Krakatoa in 1883. (R)
Seusan nan Dannsaichean Viennese. A programme about the Viennese ball season. (R)
9/15 How a predicted spate of impending solar storms may affect our technological civilisation. (R)
2/11 Darryl Grimason finds out more about what lies on the seabed off Rathlin Island. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Professor Hans Rosling uses 3D graphics to show how the world's population is changing. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
5/8 The lionesses give the male lion at Blair Drummond Safari Park a hard time. (R)
8/15 Uncovering research that has the power to make us all live longer and healthier lives. (R)
3/3 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the Rococo age's descent into madness. (R)
2/3 Simon Reeve travels from northern France to Spain, then crosses western Europe to Rome. (R)
33/52 Presented by Alan Freeman.
5/6 A clique of year 10 girls have taken against Claudenia and are becoming hard to manage. (R)
2/2 Pete Mitchell tells the remarkable tale of Northern Soul star Dean Parrish.
Friday 7 February 2014