How a prime minister's art collection is returning to its original home in Norfolk. (R)
4/5 As roots reggae becomes popular, many black teenagers are drawn instead to lovers' rock. (R)
BBC Radio 4
How allegations of torture in Kazakhstan's prisons resonates with former Soviet gulags
BBC World Service Online
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.
Nicola Heywood Thomas learns about opera at Edinburgh, Shakespeare and the Polestar Club.
BBC Radio Wales
5/5 Jungle and garage pave the way for grime, a style which has crossed into the mainstream.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Mark D'Arcy talks to Jesse Norman about his book on the political philosopher Edmund Burke
2/3 David Nobbs talks about his comedy career. (R)
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
BBC Radio Foyle
Jo Whiley and James King present, with guests Amanda Seyfried, Jim Rash and Nat Faxon.
BBC Radio 5 live
Music from The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra, and songs from Avenue Q.
BBC Radio Scotland
15/15 Russian and Ukrainian crime writers Akunin and Kurkov. Is Dostoevsky still an influence?
BBC Radio 4 Extra
5/5 Novelist and poet William McIlvanney reveals his passion for five special books.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with David Goodhart about his new book 'The British Dream'.
Oo-er missus. Is Radio 4 getting a bit too saucy for the school holidays?
Mark Kermode and Gavin Esler look at the week's film and DVD releases.
BBC News Channel
Join Kim Lenaghan and the team for the latest cultural happenings.
BBC Radio Ulster
Gary Lineker is in the studio and the Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton is revealed.
With John Wilson. Armando Iannucci offers his choice for the final Cultural Exchange.
Why has the modern world become so obsessed with celebrity culture?
Mark D'Arcy talks to Lord Adonis about his book on the 2010 coalition negotiations.
4/6 David Hasselhoff uncovers the best dance film ever, from Dirty Dancing to Billy Elliot. (R)
Folklorist Steve Roud surveys the summer customs of Britain.
BBC Radio 3
Nick Higham talks to the writer behind one of the latest new books.
1/3 How London's early 1970s pub rock scene paved the way for the emergence of punk. (R)
2/3 How the Sex Pistols swearing on TV brought punk into the national consciousness. (R)
The Radio 2 Arts Show summer season of guest editors continues with Anna Chancellor.
BBC Radio 2
1/3 Highlights from this year's Edinburgh Festival, featuring artist Peter Doig and much more.
Red Button (Satellite and Cable)
3/5 Germaine Greer on the collaborative friendship which led to Paula Rego's portrait of her. (R)
3/3 Punk had shown what it was against - now what was it for? (R)
Larry Sabato from the University of Virginia delivers the 2013 David Butler Lecture.
5/5 Jungle and garage pave the way for grime, a style which has crossed into the mainstream. (R)
Documentary about 'punk poet', comedian and recording artist John Cooper Clarke. (R)
1/4 Henry V and Henry VIII, kings who were also composers, and how they shaped British music. (R)
Hanif Kureishi discusses how he taps into the experiences of family in pursuit of his art.
BBC World News
Documentary about New York band Blondie, with performance footage and interviews. (R)
Another chance to hear last week's 1Xtra Story: Scorzayzee and the S Word. (R)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Saturday 17 August 2013