How mankind's struggle with winter has been reflected in western art throughout the ages. (R)
How mankind's struggle with winter has been reflected in western art throughout the ages.
24/32 A packed edition of the Culture Show featuring an interview with Kathryn Bigelow and more. (R)
Profile of singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, a story of success, disgrace and redemption. (R)
3/3 A look at British woodwork from the Middle Ages, an era with wonders that still astound. (R)
John Cavanagh concludes his special Beatles Zone celebrating pop's iconic boy band!
BBC Radio Scotland
The Dalai Lama, Manu Joseph and Sebastian Faulkes at largest literary festival in India
BBC World Service
Nicola Heywood-Thomas speaks to actor Owain Arthur.
BBC Radio Wales
Peter Snow visits Paris to recreate the 1889 event which gave the world the Eiffel Tower.
BBC Radio 4
15/20 BBC Radio captures the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
Janice Forsyth talks to comedians Jojo Sutherland and Scott Gibson.
5/5 Murray Lachlan Young writes a ballad about Dave, who tells tales of war and redemption.
Director Steven Spielberg talks about his new film Lincoln.
BBC Radio 5 live
1/3 Tony Lidington tells the story of the founder of Britain's first Pierrot troupe.
Ticket troubles as CarFest launches and what you should expect of a Writer-in-Residence.
Kim Lenaghan covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
Chris and Alex are joined by Professor Brian Cox. Jay Rayner serves up a tasty treat.
Wilko Johnson on facing death; the life of painter William Scott; The Turn of the Screw.
4/4 A focus on how the life and works of Robert Burns have been celebrated over the years.
BBC One Scotland, Scotland HD only
Zero Dark Thirty: controversial movie tells the story of the hunt for Osama bin Laden
3/3 Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli visit Sacro Monte, a series of gruesome chapels.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Neil Oliver discovers the influence Robert Burns has on Ulster poets today.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
6/6 Alan Yentob meets Ray Davies who candidly discusses the vicissitudes of his career. (R)
Eddi Reader goes in search of Ulster's weaver poets, inspired by a love for Robert Burns.
Claudia chats to Nichola McAuliffe and Julian Glover about Maurice's Jubilee.
BBC Radio 2
Ian McMillan presents Radio 3's 'Cabaret of the Word'.
BBC Radio 3
15/30 Professor Thomas Charles-Edwards discusses Offa, who was King of Mercia from 757 to 796 AD
Features reviews of Steven Spielberg's Lincoln and the Royal Academy's Manet exhibition.
2/2 How the Cote D'Azur became both playground and studio for the modern art masters.
Janice Forsyth talks to comedians Jojo Sutherland and Scott Gibson. (R)
A look at 1959 albums by Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Charles Mingus and Ornette Coleman. (R)
Tom Brook interviews Robert Redford, the founding father of the Sundance Film Festival. (R)
BBC News Channel
Documentary on the London venue opened in 1959 and now the heartbeat of British jazz. (R)
Revealing how the north of Spain produced some of the most dazzling art of the modern age.
BBC World News
Another chance to hear the previous week's Story of Sting,. (R)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Mike Williams explores the myths and mysteries of the mirror
Saturday 26 January 2013