Alan Yentob talks to Trey Parker and Matt Stone about The Book of Mormon. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
3/3 How post-war composers began to bring back elements of rhythm, metre and harmony. (R)
Rick Stein explores the part food has played in the creation of the Italian opera. (R)
What’s behind the calls for a new breakaway state on Kenya’s coast?
BBC World Service Online
Waldemar Januszczak tries to discover why the dark adds extra drama and mystery to art. (R)
Chef Jacqueline O'Donnell presents a Zone devoted to cooking and food.
BBC Radio Scotland
The photographer Alejandro Cartagena spent over a year photographing Mexican car poolers
Nicola Heywood Thomas finds out about National Theatre Wales' new production, De Gabay.
BBC Radio Wales
10/15 Featuring a ceramicist, a business woman turned painter, and a self-taught artist. (R)
Paul Moore sits in for Mark with news, views, issues and culture.
BBC Radio Foyle
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Queen of Cooks Delia Smith. (R)
Glasgow comedy stars Dorothy Paul and Andy Cameron join Janice Forsyth.
Richard Gere talks about his new film Arbitrage.
BBC Radio 5 live
Language warnings - patronising or vital? And do new Radio 4 comedies get you laughing?
BBC Radio 4
Marc Wringe agus aoighean a' beachdachadh air nobhail Iain MhicEòghainn, Sweet Tooth.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Kim Lenaghan covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
5/13 Robert Webb reveals his favourite bits from the hit movies of recent times - the mistakes. (R)
Chris and Alex are joined by Gary Barlow and Cerys Matthews talks to Sir Tom Jones.
Artist Yinka Shonibare, portraying the PM on stage, and UK attitudes to film censorship.
The two American songwriters talk to us about their current release Child Ballads.
Documentary looking at the life and work of soul and pop diva Dusty Springfield. (R)
Nicole Kidman talks about her latest role in her new film Stoker.
BBC Radio 2
Ian McMillan presents Radio 3's cabaret of the word, celebrating the writing of mid-life.
BBC Radio 3
5/5 Actor Juliet Stevenson on why a creative life often means a life in want of sleep. (R)
Alistair Appleton and Simon Baron-Cohen compare favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.
Includes reviews of Arbitrage and Tate Modern's Lichtenstein retrospective.
Glasgow comedy stars Dorothy Paul and Andy Cameron join Janice Forsyth. (R)
Profile of Steve Winwood, of the Spencer Davis Group, Traffic and Blind Faith. (R)
Andrew Graham-Dixon explores the origins of the Russian religious icon.
BBC World News
Another chance to hear the previous week's 1Xtra's Story. (R)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Saturday 2 March 2013