2/8 Author Christopher Brookmyre talks to comedian Shappi Khorsandi.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Why do we do the things we do? This week, Mike Williams asks why we wear neckties.
BBC World Service Online
Kate Hooper presents a selection of programmes about art and design.
BBC Radio Scotland
The best of the world's arts, film, music and literature brought to you every day.
Andrew Marr with Philip Pullman, Sara Maitland, Tim Supple and Keith Warner.
BBC Radio 4
American gospel singer BeBe Winans talks about his new album of patriotic songs
Clive Anderson is joined by Stephen K Amos, Aleks Krotoski, Carl Djerassi and Mark Watson.
3/10 Anne Robinson is joined by actress Anna Chancellor and designer Nicky Haslam. (R)
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
BBC Radio Foyle
Clare English talks to Alexander McCall Smith about new book The Uncommon Appeal of Clouds
1/5 Dancer Deborah Bull on what we know - or have imagined - about the dances of Old England.
1/5 Screenwriter Evan Hunter is set to meet film director Alfred Hitchcock - but what to wear?
Noreen talks about Nigella Lawson's new show Nigellissima.
BBC Asian Network
We review Holy Motors, the new film from the intriguing French director Leos Carax.
With live music from David Owen Norris and members of Chamber Domaine.
BBC Radio 3
Kim Lenaghan covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Sarah Lancashire is in the studio, plus news on a controversial new national park.
French film Holy Motors with Kylie Minogue, plus TV drama The Paradise and Indian settings
1/6 Eilidh MacLeod explores the richness and diversity of the Gaelic language. (R)
Sara Mohr-Pietsch and guests answer questions about anything to do with the piano.
3/4 Nihal meets XL Recordings boss Richard Russell and examines the label's fascinating story.
BBC Radio 1
Changis Raja sits in for Zarina Khan and speaks to Naila Mumtaz's brother, Nasser Mahmoud.
Philip Dodd's guest is Mark Rylance, former artistic director of Shakespeare's Globe.
1/2 Harry Shearer mixes archive with brand new interviews and a sun-soaked soundtrack.
BBC Radio 2
1/5 Art critic Alastair Sooke on how the piano has infused and informed painting and the arts.
5/8 Robert Hughes examines the surrealists' attempts to make art without restrictions. (R)
Jez Nelson presents an exclusive session by pianist Alexander Hawkins and his sextet.
4/4 Paul Henry explores the influence the Welsh landscape had on poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. (R)
BBC Radio Wales MW
Tuesday 25 September 2012