1/2 Mark Dowd witnesses the Blood Miracle of San Gennaro, the patron saint of Naples
BBC World Service
1983 Royal Albert Hall concert by the Everly Brothers following their ten-year split. (R)
Ned Sherrin tells the story of Coyle and Sharpe, who did street interviews in '60s America
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Neil Oliver joins a team investigating the final resting place of Alfred the Great. (R)
3/3 Time for your close-up! Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers.
36/52 Presented by Alan Freeman.
BBC Radio 6 Music
At the small school at Lowick, Mitchell gets messy when he tries feet painting. (R)
3/10 The senior students dazzle unsuspecting shoppers with a surprise flashmob Fame dance. (R)
1/5 The Danes are consistently rated as the happiest people on earth but pay the highest taxes
BBC Radio 4 FM only
1/2 Series following the eight workers picked from 1,700 who applied to work at a new Costa.
BBC Radio 4
6/10 The pioneering 19th-century mathematicians who helped Albert Einstein with his maths. (R)
Portread o Ronwy Salis a'i siop unigryw, Milestone Stores, ar lannau'r Teifi yn Llechryd.
BBC Radio Cymru
Felicity Evans continues to explore some of the highlights from the Eye on Wales archives
BBC Radio Wales
6/6 Major changes in the twentieth century and their impact on Highland communities.
4/6 Tom Cunliffe sails the Reaper, the biggest sailing lugger ever to fish the seas. (R)
12/15 The Navy helicopter team transfer a seriously ill patient from a remote island hospital.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
3/9 A look at the unique culture that grew up in the Clyde shipyards. (R)
1/3 At the Miss Venezuela beauty contest, young women sign up to an extreme regime. (R)
1/2 Steve Richards tells the inside story of the Lib Dems' turbulent years in government.
Saving sharks and snails in the Pacific using modern technology and traditional practice
19/21 Three islands steeped in piping tradition - Lewis, the Isle of Skye and the Uists. (R)
1/3 Danny Baker celebrates the 70s from prog to punk to the downright odd.
3/4 How Germany's attempts to starve Britain into submission edged the nation close to defeat.
7/12 Horizon goes behind the scenes at Nasa to discover how it is preparing a mission to Mars.
Richard Hawley explores the rich and fascinating tradition of the sea shanty song. (R)
BBC Radio 2
Following horse whisperer Andy Hamilton's attempts to pass on his traditions to his sons.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
1/3 Drifter Paul re-establishes contact with his family only to learn some devastating news.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
Documentary looking at how 11 climbers were killed during a descent of K2 in August 2008. (R)
2/2 Looks at the part the Kaiser's erratic personality played in the isolation of Germany. (R)
BBC Two England, HD only
The story of when Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean achieved perfection and Olympic gold. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
4/6 Actor Jim Parsons explores his late father's French ancestry.
BBC One except North East & Cumbria, North West, Wales, Wales HD, Yorks & Lincs, Yorkshire
BBC Two Scotland only
1/5 The Danes are consistently rated as the happiest people on earth but pay the highest taxes (R)
Discovering the meaning behind the song I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel to be Free
37/52 Alan Freeman celebrates Bob Marley.
1/2 Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani set off across Russia on two road-trips starting from Sochi. (R)
Marc travels back to 1992 to revisit Simon Bates' interview with Keith Richards.
1/3 Danny Baker celebrates the 70s from prog to punk to the downright odd. (R)
Tuesday 11 February 2014