Profile of photographer Tom Wood at work in Mayo in the west of Ireland. (R)
BBC World News North America only
Exploring the literature that inspired Michael Palin and Terry Jones's Ripping Yarns. (R)
Documentary which follows students at Britain's Academy of Contemporary Music. (R)
Can a unique friendship between two men end the killings in the Central African Republic?
BBC World Service
4/4 The team find what could be several important lost works by Thomas Gainsborough. (R)
Grassroots news, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west community.
BBC Radio Foyle
Edi talks to Monty Python's Michael Palin and music and documentary director Julien Temple
BBC Radio Scotland
John Banville discusses his Man Booker-winning novel The Sea. With James Naughtie. (R)
BBC Radio 4
Francine Stock on Lukas Moodysson's punk drama and Biyi Bandele's Nigerian war film.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by gardener and presenter Alan Titchmarsh.
John Wilson meets Emma Thompson to talk about her latest film role.
1/2 Phil Taggart profiles former Smash Hits editor Barry McIlheney and Phil Solomon. (R)
Nick Higham talks to New Jersey author Harlan Coben about his mystery thiller Missing You.
BBC News Channel
Philip Dodd explores the parallels between the 18th-century London and now.
BBC Radio 3
4/5 Novelist Ian Sansom explores what cupboards and cabinets reveal about human nature.
1/3 Suzy Klein studies music as a weapon in the fight for British identity in the 18th century (R)
Friday 11 April 2014