Richard Taylor charts the Victorian Gothic architect Pugin's extraordinary life story. (R)
Professor Tim Bale talks about his book, The Conservatives Since 1945.
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
BBC Radio Foyle
Dòmhnall MacLeòid a' tachairt ri Gàidheil air tìr-mòr Alba far a bheil an cànan tearc.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Culture swap: Scottish theatre in New York and the popularity of US TV over here.
BBC Radio Scotland
Lord Hannay of Chiswick on his diplomatic memoirs, Britain's Role in the World.
Melvyn Bragg talks to Steve Hewlett about arts coverage on TV. How important is it?
BBC Radio 4
Rhaglen yn cynnwys darnau o'r archif gyda John Hardy. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Marie-Louise Muir is in conversation with the writer Jennifer Johnston.
BBC Radio Ulster
Nicola Heywood-Thomas commemorates the centenary of the birth of composer Benjamin Britten
BBC Radio Wales
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury are joined by Sarah Brightman.
Julian Barnes discusses his new book Levels of Life, in conversation with Mark Lawson.
1/15 Crack ‘doon the Airds’, thoughts on Easter, “Kith and Kin”, and “The Ards Assassin” (R)
10/11 Robert Webb uncovers the clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. (R)
William Dalrymple introduces Ranjini Obeyesekere in Four Thought in Jaipur.
Revealing the lethal products that lurked in every room of the Victorian home.
A celebratory look at how an ogre with a Scottish accent changed the face of animation. (R)
Paul Nash, Nostalgia and the NHS, genetics with Adam Rutherford and producer John Yorke.
BBC Radio 3
Dòmhnall MacLeòid a' tachairt ri Gàidheil air tìr-mòr Alba far a bheil an cànan tearc. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Michael Shelden about his new book on Winston Churchill.
3/3 A look at British woodwork from the Middle Ages, an era with wonders that still astound. (R)
Revealing the lethal products that lurked in every room of the Victorian home. (R)
Thursday 4 April 2013