3/9 A look at the unique culture that grew up in the Clyde shipyards. (R)
4/6 Actor Jim Parsons explores his late father's French ancestry.
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
1/5 The Danes are consistently rated as the happiest people on earth but pay the highest taxes (R)
BBC Radio 4
Discovering the meaning behind the song I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel to be Free
BBC World Service Online
37/52 Alan Freeman celebrates Bob Marley.
BBC Radio 6 Music
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)
In 2004, the US began to realise Saddam Hussein may not have been stockpiling WMDs
2/2 Responsibility for the Great War has been a fierce battle for meaning ever since 1914.
The children at Lowick school go on a trip to meet their classmates on Holy Island. (R)
4/10 Year 7's Tommy says goodbye to West End tap dancing and Niki receives an emotional blow. (R)
2/5 Michael Booth explores Iceland and its response to the 2008 financial crash.
BBC Radio 4 FM
John Harris investigates the decline of small music venues on the UK's 'toilet circuit'.
4/4 Sgeulachd beatha Eilidh NicDhòmhnaill, Eilidh an Tàilleir, à Uibhist a Deas.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
7/10 Prof Marcus du Sautoy introduces Georg Cantor and his theory of transfinite numbers. (R)
2/4 When our cities, our homes or our bodies suffer damage, how can design help?
Reporter Ricky Boleto investigates the world of cyberbullying.
5/6 Sailor and writer Tom Cunliffe sails a perfectly restored Bristol Channel pilot cutter. (R)
2/9 Paul Atterbury finds out why the great ocean liners made such a mark on the imagination. (R)
5/6 A clique of Year 10 girls have taken against Claudenia and are becoming hard to manage. (R)
How well prepared is Britain's transport infrastructure to weather the winter storms?
3/3 Chris Packham looks at why the most intelligent animals are also the most social.
BBC Two Scotland
3/3 Twins are taken ill with the same life-threatening condition.
BBC Two except Scotland
6/8 Blair Drummond's elephants get a full examination and Poppy the sea lion has a sore eye. (R)
5/7 Jo from Bristol and John from Newcastle head to Phuket for the holiday of a lifetime.
2/3 Danny Baker celebrates 80s British rock with Pauline Black, Adam Buxton and Mark Ellen.
4/13 The ten key issues that could decide the outcome of the independence referendum.
2/2 Responsibility for the Great War has been a fierce battle for meaning ever since 1914. (R)
19/21 Three islands steeped in piping tradition - Lewis, the Isle of Skye and the Uists. (R)
1/2 Hollywood prosthetics are used to transform people before they go on a first date.
2/2 Hollywood prosthetics are used to transform people before they go on a first date.
Tim Rogers travels around the country to assess the damage wrought by the recent storms.
4/6 Examining the extreme landscapes in northern China, where life is always on the edge. (R)
3/3 How scientists went from finding antidotes to poisons to applying poisons as a cure. (R)
2/5 Michael Booth explores Iceland and its response to the 2008 financial crash. (R)
5/7 Jo from Bristol and John from Newcastle head to Phuket for the holiday of a lifetime. (R)
38/52 Alan Freeman explores the post-1960s careers of the major Motown artists.
Marc Riley revisits a 1993 interview with Deep Purple's Ian Gillan.
10/10 Charlie Hamilton James reveals a previously unseen intelligent, caring side to vultures. (R)
2/3 Danny Baker celebrates 80s British rock with Pauline Black, Adam Buxton and Mark Ellen. (R)
Lucy Worsley presents six films on the mental and physical health of our past monarchs. (R)
Wednesday 12 February 2014