A look at the care that went into choosing gifts for soldiers in the First World War.
BBC Radio Scotland
8/30 Historian Amanda reveals housewives were once expected to concoct cure-all medicines.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
David Dimbleby lectures on The Future of the Political Interview, from Friday 17 July. (R)
Stories from around the UK that link the places we live in today with the events of WWI. (R)
BBC News Channel
Ian Hislop probes the story and importance of the three kings of the Nativity.
A look at the care that went into choosing gifts for soldiers in the First World War. (R)
Mark Stephen visits a north-east village where Christmas celebrations are rather different
Mike Ingham looks back at World War One's football Christmas Truce. (R)
BBC Radio 5 live
10/10 The extraordinary events of Christmas 1914, when troops briefly called a ceasefire. (R)
BBC Radio 4
9/30 Sewing was a housewife's duty and also acted as valuable therapy.
Professor Linda Colley delivers a lecture at Guildhall on the Magna Carta. (R)
John Hurt tells the story of the WWI Christmas truce through soldiers' accounts. (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
5/5 A celebration of some of Eric and Ernie's most memorable and well-loved sketches.
Extracts from the WWI memoir detailing the experiences of Private Frank Richards.
BBC Radio Wales
27/50 Sporting history short, looking at ball sports. (R)
22/30 Ionnsaigh chruaidh le na Gearmailtich air Givenchy agus a' ghriùlach dona ann am Bedford.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Some of the lesser-known World War I tales from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. (R)
Film telling the story of a Christmas tree through the 'voice' of the tree itself. (R)