Art critic Alastair Sooke heads to the new Leonardo da Vinci exhibition in Edinburgh.
BBC Two Wales only
3/5 Lloyd Bradley charts the arrival of Afro-rock, a genuine London sound with African roots. (R)
BBC Radio 4
How a prime minister's art collection is returning to its original home in Norfolk. (R)
Mark D'Arcy talks to Lord Adonis about his book on the 2010 coalition negotiations.
Larry Sabato from the University of Virginia delivers the 2013 David Butler Lecture.
How allegations of torture in Kazakhstan's prisons resonates with former Soviet gulags
BBC World Service
4/5 As roots reggae becomes popular, many black teenagers are drawn instead to lovers' rock.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
2/4 Paul remembers Kenny Everett, working with Tim Rice and backstage interviews at Live Aid.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with author Chris Skidmore.
Grassroots news, views, issues and culture from across the north west community.
BBC Radio Foyle
Uchafbwyntiau gweithgareddau'r Babell Lên yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol.
BBC Radio Cymru
Hannah Gadsby discusses her new art show, Nakedy Nudes.
BBC Radio Scotland
Sarah Hall takes Mariella Frostrup around the places that have inspired her novels. (R)
4/6 Television dramatist and novelist Peter May reveals his passion for five special books.
Robbie Collin talks to Roger Michell about film festivals and who really benefits.
Join Kim Lenaghan and the team for the latest cultural happenings.
BBC Radio Ulster
Survival expert Ray Mears talks about his new autobiography.
Mark Lawson interviews guests from the Edinburgh festivals including Reginald D Hunter.
5/6 Eilidh MacLeod explores the breadth and richness of the Gaelic language. (R)
Nick Higham talks to the writer behind one of the latest new books.
BBC News Channel
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Richard Bacon MP about his book Conundrum.
2/4 Will Gompertz meets Martin Mills, co-owner of music powerhouse the Beggars Group. (R)
The history of Queen's University in political, cultural and intellectual life in Belfast. (R)
BBC Radio 3
2/5 Martin Gayford describes sitting for Lucian Freud as he painted Man with a Blue Scarf. (R)
7/7 A selection of musical performances from this series. (R)
4/5 As roots reggae becomes popular, many black teenagers are drawn instead to lovers' rock. (R)
The history of the humble fig leaf throughout 2,000 years of Western art and ethics. (R)
Michael Waterhouse discusses his book on Sir Edward Grey, Edwardian Requiem.
Friday 16 August 2013