Mike Williams explores the myths and mysteries of the mirror
BBC World Service
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)
John Cavanagh revisits his Songlines series, exploring the stories behind iconic songs.
BBC Radio Scotland
Philip Glass's latest opera is based on the life and death of Walt Disney
Allan Little talks to Joan Bakewell, Chris Mullin, Tim Montgomerie and Phil Collins.
BBC Radio 4
Zero Dark Thirty: controversial movie tells the story of the hunt for Osama bin Laden
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
16/20 BBC Radio captures the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Chris and Alex are joined by Professor Brian Cox. Jay Rayner serves up a tasty treat. (R)
Grassroots news, views, issues and culture from across the North West community.
Join Clare English for a literary treat with new writing and favourite authors.
Actress and writer Maureen Lipman shares her best loved writings, poems and plays.
Ralph McLean covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
With guests Cockney comedian Micky Flanagan and Fleetwood Mac's Mick Fleetwood.
BBC One except Northern Ireland
Kristin Scott Thomas and Lia Williams on performing Pinter; the art of Kurt Schwitters.
4/4 David Heathcote takes a trip on the Orient Express and enjoys its Art Deco glamour. (R)
7/10 A look at the short films that documented unusual British customs, rituals and traditions.
Director Robert Zemeckis discusses his new film Flight starring Denzel Washington
3/4 Through the mountains and jungles of Colombia, Dr Jago Cooper goes in search of El Dorado.
3/3 It's time for Kutski to educate Phil Taggart in dance!
BBC Radio 1
Matthew Sweet examines the late work of Kurt Schwitters.
BBC Radio 3
16/30 Mary Garrison discusses the scholar Alcuin, regarded as 'the most learned man anywhere'.
Michael Rosen charts the rise of the audiobook and asks if every writer is a performer.
3/3 A look at British woodwork from the Middle Ages, an era with wonders that still astound. (R)
3/15 Claudia Winkleman talks to director Steven Spielberg about his latest film Lincoln. (R)
A look at York Minster's East Window, the UK's largest medieval stained-glass window. (R)
7/10 A look at the short films that documented unusual British customs, rituals and traditions. (R)
3/4 Through the mountains and jungles of Colombia, Dr Jago Cooper goes in search of El Dorado. (R)
Tuesday 29 January 2013