4/10 Examining the films that recorded developments in the glamorous world of 1960s fashion. (R)
Lucy Worsley tells the story of Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Richard Bacon MP about his book Conundrum.
4/5 Rhinos and horses have much in common. John Hutchinson studies both. (R)
BBC Radio 4
Hywel Gwynfryn a'r tîm yn fyw o'r Eisteddfod Genedlaethol yn Ninbych.
BBC Radio Cymru
2/3 Paul Farley takes the listener on an unexpected journey into the cash industry.
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
BBC Radio Foyle
Uchafbwyntiau gweithgareddau'r Babell Lên yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol.
3/5 Hardeep meets Phil Howard, one of the few remaining clog-makers in Great Britain.
Michael Waterhouse discusses his book on Sir Edward Grey, Edwardian Requiem.
Janice is joined by Tim Price and Hamish Pirie for her live Edinburgh Festival show.
BBC Radio Scotland
11/15 German writer Jakob Arjouni's Turkish sleuth, Kemal Kayankaya, reflects a reunited Germany
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/5 Watching is one thing, playing is another. Lynne describes her enduring passion for golf.
The media plurality review, the battle for press freedom in Turkey, and the Leveson twist.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Nicola Heywood Thomas presents the weekly review of Wales's thriving arts scene.
BBC Radio Wales
Rhod Gilbert joins Matt Baker and Alex Jones live from the beach at Weston-super-Mare.
Naomi Alderman reports on the art of translating fiction, with Ian McEwan and AS Byatt.
3/6 Eilidh MacLeod explores the richness and diversity of the Gaelic language. (R)
Music journalist Paul Morley describes finally seeing the future in Holst's The Planets.
BBC Radio 3
Andrew Graystone argues that we are using the wrong language to talk about cancer.
3/4 A portrait of Ken Follett, one of the world's most popular and bestselling authors. (R)
BBC Two Wales
Alastair Sooke and Dr Bendor Grosvenor explore the art in Venice, both old and new.
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Wales
Mark D'Arcy talks to Jesse Norman about his book on the political philosopher Edmund Burke
4/5 Art historian Professor Caroline Arscott considers Edward Lear's work as an artist. (R)
4/4 The creator of the New York anti-folk scene reminisces about his time in San Francisco.
BBC Two Northern Ireland, Wales only
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with David Goodhart about his new book 'The British Dream'.
Thursday 8 August 2013