A weekly showcase for reports from the BBC's network of reporters across the UK. (R)
BBC World News
2/3 By Kevin Barry. A spaghetti bolognese in a Manchester bedsit brings back romantic memories (R)
BBC Radio 4
Bonnie Greer explores how black broadcasters put radio at the heart of the race debate.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/4 A look at free time throughout the Commonwealth, as seen by film-makers over the decades. (R)
2/3 Alastair Sooke explores the sumptuous treasures of the golden age of Egyptian art. (R)
2/3 Tyger explores male body image and discovers how far some will go for the perfect look. (R)
The untold story of the women whose husbands were killed in the fight against the Taliban. (R)
BBC News Channel
2/2 Nina Simone's daughter explores her mother's life and career.
BBC Radio 6 Music
John Beattie investigates what happens when the worlds of sport and politics collide. (R)
3/3 Monty Don looks at the influence France's artistic tradition has had on its gardens. (R)
Are people 'possesed' by daemons or is it a case of mental illness that's being ignored?
BBC World Service
Tha Murchadh Peutan ag innse do dh' Ailean Caimbeul mu luing-bhrisidh anns an loch. (R)
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Slim hopes take different forms. A prisoner hopes for parole. A football team hopes to win
This is the untold story of the hidden victims of the war in Afghanistan. (R)
How men are getting way with murder and violence against women in Papua New Guinea
Matt Everitt speaks to American singer-songwriter Dr John.
Zareer Masani on the new love for, and controversy over, Western classical music in India.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Professor Dai Smith offers a view of Wales in the 1960s.
BBC Radio Wales
10/12 A Wild Walk on Birnam Hill. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
4/6 This week Sue and Liza face one of the most challenging sections of their journey, (R)
Little-known Ulster-Scots stories and well-known historical events from a new perspective.
BBC Radio Ulster
Jarvis Cocker uncovers an album made by Sir John Betjeman in 1974.
Reactions to British soldiers shooting unarmed protesters in Dublin.
As Iraq falls deeper into chaos, John McCarthy asks a key question - who are the Kurds? (R)
6/6 The City girls play against a powerful German team in the last 16 of the Champions League. (R)
Six young writers explore a great grandparent's involvement in World War One
The weekend musicians who choose to compete with the pub jukebox. (R)
Documentary about one of the world's premier aerobatic display teams, the Red Arrows.
A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents. (R)
Documentary about the huge growth in popularity of western classical music in China.
Mark Horton travels on Brunel's Great Western Railway along the stunning coast of Devon.
Dennis Sewell of the Spectator looks at how newspapers covered the week's big stories.
4/6 Margaret Macmillan tells the story of the events leading up to the First World War.
Film about one of the most exciting underground British club movements of the 1970s. (R)
What is making this year’s predicted El Nino so hard to forecast?
BBC World News North America only
3/4 How singer-songwriter Lionel Richie achieved a dream of becoming 'as big as the Beatles'. (R)
3/3 Three British plumbers get down and dirty in some of India's most notorious slums. (R)
2/4 Documentary showing how Prince revolutionised the perception of black music in the 1980s. (R)
Bruce Dickinson presents a profile of blueman Howlin' Wolf, aka Chester Arthur Burnett.
Monday 28 July 2014