Stories from the Home Front 1914-1918. Robert Hall presents. (R)
BBC News Channel
2/2 Matthew Sweet explores Chaplin's vast archive of unfinished scripts, letters and cuttings.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Why do we read horoscopes?
BBC World Service Online
Sally Magnusson meets the Glasgow schoolgirls evacuated to Perthshire over 70 years ago. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Martin Sixsmith examines the government's plan for a national 'happiness index'.
BBC Radio 4
81/120 The country's rich story continues. With Richard Dormer, James Greene and Frances Tomelty.
Stories from the Home Front 1914-1918. Robert Hall presents.
4/5 A celebration of Eric and Ernie and the men who were brave enough to appear on their show.
BBC Two Wales
A journey of discovery around Scotland's Rosslyn Chapel, as featured in the Da Vinci Code. (R)
3/3 Music acquired a higher moral purpose. Romanticism blossomed in the search for the sublime
4/4 David Hayman meets some of the men who sailed on HMS Hood.
BBC Two Scotland
Huw Edwards discovers the hand that Welsh people have had in shaping Australia. (R)
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
1/5 Novelist and journalist Geoff Dyer considers what is the true home of the Midlander.
BBC Radio 3
8/12 A trip through Depression-era America in search of the true story of Bonnie and Clyde. (R)
3/3 Music acquired a higher moral purpose. Romanticism blossomed in the search for the sublime (R)
3/3 Dr James Fox explores how tension between two cultures helped to cause civil war. (R)
Tuesday 22 April 2014