Brian Meechan looks at why Wales's unemployment rate is not going down.
BBC Radio Wales
Jenny Witt explores the effects of rising sea temperatures on popular fish species. (R)
BBC Radio Ulster
15/18 How it was hoped we would be able to observe a feeding supermassive black hole in action. (R)
2/2 A closer look at the stone circle and the ancient civilisation that flourished around it.
Teaching heads of the household family planning and pre-natal care
BBC World Service
4/4 What may the digital future hold? Computers as tiny as the fluff in our pockets?
BBC Radio 4 Extra
8/8 The establishment of Gaelic colonies out on the grasslands of the vast Canadian prairies. (R)
4/4 Examining the 20th century through the lives of Winston Churchill and George Orwell. (R)
7/10 Actor Martin Shaw investigates the story of his grandfather, who walked out on his family.
1/6 Martyn has his head buried firmly in the sand when it comes to the pregnancy.