Clare English celebrates great cultural buildings.
BBC Radio Scotland
We find out what an urban arts festival in Zimbabwe reveals about it's cultural life.
BBC World Service
Twm Morys travels to Hungary to discover more about an iconic poem written in 1857.
BBC Radio Wales
5/5 Donald Macleod sums up Clementi's varied achievements.
BBC Radio 3
2/10 Anne Robinson is joined by actress Natascha McElhone and presenter Chris Hollins. (R)
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
BBC Radio Foyle
Janice Forsyth is joined by Stephen K Amos and Greg McHugh, aka Gary Tank Commander.
10/10 Juliet Gardiner concludes the series with a view of how the future looks from here.
BBC Radio 4
Director Oliver Stone talks about his new film Savages.
BBC Radio 5 live
5/5 Barry Cryer recalls his big writing break - thanks to a famous female impersonator.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Choose a song in Friday's Your Classics, plus all the latest showbiz news and gossip.
BBC Asian Network
American gospel singer BeBe Winans talks about his new album of patriotic songs
5/10 An advertising executive is drawn to an archaeologist, intrigued by the curve of his spine
BBC Radio 4 FM only
With live music from violinist Charlie Siem and the Badke String Quartet.
Kim Lenaghan is in The Mac, Belfast to meet the artists and performers of Culture Night.
BBC Radio Ulster
Chris and Lucy Siegle are joined by actor, comedian and writer David Walliams.
BBC One HD, London, North East & Cumbria only
13/13 The cinematic blunders and gaffes that the film studios hoped they had got away with. (R)
French hit Untouchable reviewed, and Louise Wener and Roy Boulter on their radio drama.
Why do we do the things we do? This week, Mike Williams asks why we wear neckties.
Stephen Johnson explores Verdi's Te Deum from his Quattro Pezzi Sacri.
News, current affairs and music in Punjabi with Neelu Kalsi.
4/4 Alan Yentob examines the extraordinary story of pop icon Sir Tom Jones. (R)
Juliet considers the dire warnings on population growth from the 18th-century economist.
Pam Ayres, Julian Ovenden and Doctor Who's Arthur Darvill are Claudia's guests this week.
BBC Radio 2
Presented by Ian McMillan. With MJ Hyland, Carol Watts, Roger Kneebone and Chloe Moss.
11/11 Robert Webb uncovers the clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters.
5/5 Exploring EO Wilson's book The Creation, a call for unity between religion and science.
2/2 Series exploring the underground music generated by the late-'60s Black Power movement. (R)
Janice Forsyth is joined by Stephen K Amos and Greg McHugh, aka Gary Tank Commander. (R)
A look at the creation of Peter Gabriel's massive-selling 1986 album, So. (R)
Saturday 22 September 2012