2/4 A look at the legendary Pink Floyd album Dark Side of the Moon. (R)
An intimate peek at the strange and wonderful art of taxidermist Polly Morgan. (R)
We announce the winners of the BBC World Service's What If competition.
BBC World Service Online
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/6 Ruth Ewan reimagines how broadcast space might be used to mark the Open arts initiative.
BBC Radio 4
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
BBC Radio Foyle
Clare English is joined by poet Roger McGough.
BBC Radio Scotland
Pòl MacCaluim 's D R Caimbeul a' tadhail air na bailtean a tha am fasgadh Beinn Èiseabhal.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Michael Rosen explores propaganda and the language of persuasion in media old and new.
Writers Gervase Phinn and Moni Mohsin talk to Harriett Gilbert about books they love.
Kim Lenaghan covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Matt and Alex are joined by actress Sheila Hancock and Paralympian Ellie Simmonds.
John Logan on Skyfall and Peter and Alice; In the House review; Suggs on his one-man show.
2/7 The export of the Scottish tradition of piping across the world. (R)
How a Twitter feud became an opera.
4/4 David Mitchell on alternative humour, stadium stand-up and the future.
BBC Radio 2
Including James Wood, Michael Grigsby, Margaret Mountford on Pompeii, In the House.
BBC Radio 3
Pòl MacCaluim 's D R Caimbeul a' tadhail air na bailtean a tha am fasgadh Beinn Èiseabhal. (R)
2/5 Paul Farley, poet and professor of creative writing, discusses 'baroque 'n' roll'.
David Frost looks into the power of political satire with the help of classic TV moments. (R)
3/3 How the heritage movement was floored by the after-effects of World War II. (R)
3/3 A taste of what life was like in Motorhead, the first metal band to harness punk energy. (R)
1/2 Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp explores the emergence of glam rock.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Wednesday 27 March 2013