3/3 After touring Europe, Waldemar Januszczak brings the Baroque home to England. (R)
A look at York Minster's East Window, the UK's largest medieval stained-glass window. (R)
Michael Grade sets out to discover whether jokes come and go with the passing of time. (R)
Release of new Tomb Raider game sees return of icon Lara Croft - minus the hotpants
BBC World Service Online
14/15 Featuring a painting with a £35,000 price tag and a sculpture entitled 13 Secrets. (R)
3/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
Grassroots news, views, issues and culture from across the north west community.
BBC Radio Foyle
Jude Law talks to Janice Forsyth about working with Steven Soderbergh on Side Effects.
BBC Radio Scotland
4/15 Another chance to see the best One Show films, presented by reporters from around the UK. (R)
Ffilm neu gyfrol newydd, arddangosfa neu albym. I wybod mwy, ewch i'r Stiwdio.
BBC Radio Cymru
Andrew Miller discusses his novel Pure, winner of the Costa Prize 2011.
BBC Radio 4
Francine Stock talks to actor Tim Roth and director Steven Soderbergh.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Matt and Alex are joined by Richard Madeley. And Sir David Frost revels his secrets.
John Wilson assesses David Bowie's music and influence in the light of a new album.
1/3 A look at the origins of the Brotherhood and some of the movement's key early works. (R)
How Amish Tripathi's trilogy about Lord Shiva led to the largest book advance in India.
1/3 Charting the birth of the heritage movement and legislation to safeguard old structures.
Michael Axworthy talks to Anne McElvoy about his new book Revolutionary Iran.
BBC Radio 3
2/3 Derry actress Bronagh Gallagher talks about her successful career.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
4/5 Andrew Martin looks to the skies, to those rumblings that always discombobulate him. (R)
Andrew Hussey looks at the art and history of an extraordinary French institution. (R)
Alastair Sooke presents a cultural history of the oldest tube network in the world. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
An exploration of Viking culture and its long-lasting influence on the British Isles. (R)
John Bly investigates the Kimbolton Cabinet, an exquisite piece of English furniture. (R)
A collection of archive programmes celebrating the art of cooking and cuisine.
1/3 Charting the birth of the heritage movement and legislation to safeguard old structures. (R)
Friday 8 March 2013