How polio and other preventable diseases are threatening the lives of Syria's children
BBC World Service
Documentary following Sir Antony Gormley and his team as they prepare a new work. (R)
2/4 The team tries to prove that not one but two paintings are works by John Constable. (R)
Eve Blair sits in for Mark with grassroots news, views, issues, culture and sport.
BBC Radio Foyle
Eddie Harrison and Graeme Virtue discuss the Muppets' latest movie caper.
BBC Radio Scotland
Anita Shreve discusses her new novel The Lives of Stella Bain, and the joys of Middlemarch (R)
BBC Radio 4
Director Sally Potter on a life in film, and secrets from the Muppets' production designer
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Matt Baker and Alex Jones with stories and reports from around the country.
Arts news, including Jane Horrocks on playing Little Voice.
4/5 Mike Batt tells Phil Coulter how he made a recording career from a children's TV show. (R)
Emma Donoghue tells Nick Higham about her historical novel and murder mystery Frog Music.
BBC News Channel
5/6 Danny Baker strolls into the world of bollards, benches, bins and lavatories.
The story of the tragic 1937 Bothy Fire in Kirkintilloch which claimed ten Irish lives. (R)
3/3 Stephen Smith explores the flamboyant Baroque court of the Sun King, Louis XIV.
With Anne McElvoy on displaying art and design, World Thinkers and the language of peace.
BBC Radio 3
4/5 Art historian Martin Gayford describes spending a week observing artist Patrick Heron.
3/3 Stephen Smith explores the flamboyant Baroque court of the Sun King, Louis XIV. (R)
Friday 28 March 2014