Rich Hall takes the viewer on a skewed but keenly eyed journey to the Land of Dreams. (R)
3/6 British celebrities Sue Perkins and Liza Tarbuck drive the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trai. (R)
BBC World News North America
2/3 Three trainee chefs swap their clean UK kitchens for street food stalls in Indonesia. (R)
3/3 Stacey Dooley travels to Chicago, where almost half of those killed in 2013 were under 25. (R)
A look at one of the most ambitious celebrations of contemporary art staged in Scotland. (R)
Will Grant reports from Arizona. (R)
6/10 Documentary series about Jamaican popular music with Linton Kwesi Johnson.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Pianist and entertainer Rainer Hersch assesses the classic children's musical.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/10 A kitten trapped in a garage turns into a big job for one RSPCA inspector. (R)
4/10 Featuring mass car races taking place on residential streets. (R)
7/15 Council officers tackle a takeaway in danger of being overrun by rats and raw sewage. (R)
In 1994 a bomb exploded in Argentina killing 85 people at a Jewish centre
BBC World Service Online
2/3 Singer-songwriter Kizzy Crawford and pianist Gwilym Simcock play the Port Talbot skyline.
BBC Radio 4
2/2 The hunt to solve the mystery behind one of the defining moments in Scotland's history. (R)
2/5 Agony aunt Irma Kurtz talks to her Indian counterpart Bachi Kakaria about Indian agony.
As the Glasgow Games begin, Dr Joya Chatterji explores the history of the Commonwealth.
BBC Radio 4 FM
6/10 A german shepherd makes a dramatic escape, and a cat is locked in.
5/10 The misery of noisy neighbours and a look at pub doormen trying to keep the peace. (R)
6/10 The team help study the largest predator in Madagascar - the fossa. (R)
Carl Linnaeus and a revolutionary grammar for plants.
16/30 Clare investigates the role our sporting heroes play in shaping national identity.
1/3 Will Gompertz hears about the joy of uncovering apparently lost masterpieces.
2/14 The world-famous matriarch died in 2009. Can her 38 relatives and descendants survive? (R)
It's a big day for four-year-old Lucy as she settles into her school at Mere Green. (R)
3/6 Brian Cox, Robin Ince and guests ask whether science needs war to drive it.
The King warns of civil war in Britain over Irish Home Rule.
Professor Dai Smith offers a view of Wales in the 1960s. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
2/4 Footage of a youthful Phil Coulter and the day the American President visited. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland
1/4 Iolo goes lobster and crab fishing near Llandudno, and explores the wreck of HMS Conway. (R)
BBC Two Wales
3/6 How trees and mountains show the journey Britain took from Paganism to Christianity. (R)
1/4 Cormac Ó hÁdhmaill explores the history of Ulster. (R)
2/4 Donal MacIntyre learns about floods and the world's wettest places. (R)
Rajini Vaidyanathan explores the future of the death penalty in the United States.
5/20 Representing your country is the highest accolade in the world of sport. (R)
Monty Don finds out how important urban areas are for the wildlife we share it with. (R)
Adele Roberts explores women's boxing ahead of its inclusion in the Commonwealth Games.
BBC Radio 1
The remarkable story of how we discovered that the air around us is not just empty space.
3/3 Three British plumbers get down and dirty in some of India's most notorious slums.
3/3 Pedalling through the heat and rain, John takes on a gruelling military fitness test.
Documentary about survivors of the 2013 collapse of the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh.
2/3 Singer-songwriter Kizzy Crawford and pianist Gwilym Simcock play the Port Talbot skyline. (R)
1/2 Dr George McGavin is joined by leading anatomy experts to dissect a real hand. (R)
3/3 Yvonne secures funds for a new community centre. Darren's fortunes rebound. (R)
BBC One except Yorks & Lincs, North East & Cumbria, North West, Yorkshire
1/3 Alastair Sooke crosses the Sahara and travels the Nile to find Egypt's earliest art. (R)
2/3 Jacques Peretti reveals how fear is used by marketers to drive consumer spending. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
3/3 Three British plumbers get down and dirty in some of India's most notorious slums. (R)
BBC Two Scotland
Neil Oliver investigates the story of a ruthless queen who would kill her own siblings. (R)
7/10 Documentary series about Jamaican popular music with Linton Kwesi Johnson.
1/2 Kate Humble and Simon Reeve explore why wildfires in Australia are so frequent. (R)
1/2 Phil Daniels tells the story of the Small Faces.
The remarkable story of how we discovered that the air around us is not just empty space. (R)
Following recent botched executions, what is the future of the death penalty in the US?
Tuesday 22 July 2014