BBC Asian Network joins BBC Radio 5 live through the night.
BBC Asian Network
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Gweler BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Cymru
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BBC Radio Ulster joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Foyle
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BBC Radio Ulster
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A weekly showcase of the best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents. (R)
BBC World News
The team looks at Mars, a planet that is tantalisingly similar to our own. (R)
An indispensable guide to the big stories to watch out for in the week ahead.
Who's in charge in the modern workplace?
BBC World Service
9/15 How a predicted spate of impending solar storms may affect our technological civilisation. (R)
Dotun Adebayo with global stories, the New York hour and the Virtual Jukebox.
BBC Radio 5 live
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BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
BBC Radio 4
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The Hornblower author is quizzed on his childhood, his 'alter ego' and his writing methods
BBC Radio 4 Extra
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Scotland
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A look at business across Africa. (R)
9/52 Carmen Roberts heads to Tokyo to sample some home-cooked washoku. (R)
BBC News Channel
Treasury select committee session on the 2014 budget, from Tuesday 1 April.
Watch from start
3/4 Jon Canter shared a flat with Douglas Adams while the latter struggled for success.
Documentary following Sir Antony Gormley and his team as they prepare a new work. (R)
Can books survive? Peter Day looks for the answer at the London Book Fair.
3/3 Revealing the breakthroughs which harnessed the elements' might to release vast power. (R)
In a rare moment of openness, authorities in Pyongyang asked the UN for help in 2004
Listen live (BBC World Service homepage)
3/3 Featuring an amazing sequence of an osprey hunting over open water. (R)
Ros Atkins chairs a unique debate on gender inequality. (R)
Treasury select committee session on the recent budget, from Thursday 3 April.
8/14 Exposing hapless continuity errors, awful anachronisms and gaping plot holes. (R)
Pat Hart, Harriet Robinson, Fin Claydon and Billy Quain with Bristol's community radio.
BBC Radio Bristol
Click plays the tech that can tease a tune out of anything. (R)
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news. (R)
When FouseyTube hit two million, it’s creator celebrated by jumping out of a plane
Pete Wilson explores the characters and communities that make Gloucestershire great.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Stories from the Home Front 1914-1918. Robert Hall presents. (R)
2/4 Adventuring comedian Tim FitzHigham recreates a 19th-century feat of cheeseboard throwing.
What is the evidence for the benefits of vitamin D supplementation?
Mark D'Arcy talks to Lord David Owen about his new book.
Mark Coles presents a profile of Sajid Javid, the new Cabinet culture secretary. (R)
Environmental Audit select committee session on the environmental impact of HS2.
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours.
BBC Radio Devon
5/6 Aaliyah speaks to Elaine C Smith about finding love after a failed arranged marriage. (R)
The Countryfile team visit the Merseyside coast around Southport. (R)
Adam Walton and guests discuss the winners and losers of climate change.
BBC Radio Wales
An indispensable guide to the big stories to watch out for in the week ahead. (R)
Farming community news, issues and prices. Also the five-day weather forecast.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
The turbulent history of the Cistercian Abbey of Strata Florida.
7/31 Gardening advice and inspiration for the long Easter weekend. (R)
Carmen Roberts heads to Tokyo to sample some home-cooked washoku. (R)
Tanya Byron presents an appeal for Get Connected.
3/26 Jim, Carole and George are pruning their way around the garden. (R)
Transport Select Committee session on high speed rail, from 25 March.
With Blair Jacobs and Doug Stewart. The weekly gardening phone-in and outdoor features.
BBC Radio Humberside
Andy Garland and Steve Bradley answer your gardening questions on 03459 811 111.
BBC Radio Kent
Vaughan Roderick presents a review of the week in Welsh politics and the Sunday papers.
Ministers Duncan McLaren and Sigrid Marten explore the places and people of WW1.
James Martin takes a look back at some of his best moments from Saturday Kitchen.
William Crawley and guests debate the week's religious and ethical news.
Dewi Llwyd ar fore Sul, yn mynd drwy'r papurau.
The American mudslide survivor; the babies named with a tune; sheep farmer living alone
Kate Humble presents the swallow. (R)
Dig it - the gardening phone-in with Joe Talbot. Call 03459 570 057 for green advice.
Gardening and the great outdoors - tips and local guests, plus the Gardening Hour at 11am.
Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Easter Celebration from St Nicolas Church Newbury: Join Paul Coia and local choirs.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Gardening advice from the county's top gardening team.
BBC Radio Leeds
The clue-based treasure hunt puts you in the driving seat.
BBC Radio Leicester
A non-stop hour of gardening advice with our team of experts.
Ken MacDonald and guests look through the stories making the headlines.
Gardening expert, Neil Grant joins Andy Crane to answer your questions on 0114 279 66 99.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Home Affairs select committee session on counter-terrorism, from Tuesday 11 February.
1/2 Clive Lawton tells the story of two of the most famous Old Testament Prophets.
Beti George yn holi rhai o bobl mwyaf diddorol Cymru.
A Pienaar's Politics Easter special, featuring Lord Heseltine and Lord Reid.
BBC Somerset's weekly look at rural news, countryside issues, wildlife and local events.
From Humperdinck to Strauss, the psychologist shares castaway choices with Kirsty Young.
The county's nature, communities and heritage celebrated in easy listening radio.
Cruinneachadh Mhic an Tuairneir, còmhla ris an Ollamh Colm O Boill.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Gillian Marles visits Edinburgh Airport to find out about the aviation industry. (R)
When being alone is a blessing and when it is a blight.
Ros Atkins meets four girls from four different countries to discuss gender equality. (R)
Eleven youngsters with serious behavioural problems embark on a life-changing challenge. (R)
Uilleam Dòmhnallach 's muinntir an àite ag innse eachdraidh 's seanchasan Uibhist a Tuath. (R)
World War One Documentary: Marking the centenary of WWI through the stories of Islanders.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Lancashire outdoors: Stephen Lowe is out in the great outdoors of Lancashire.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Mark Stephen and Euan McIlwraith cycle the brand new John Muir Way. (R)
Sue MacGregor reunites Sir David Attenborough with the team behind Life on Earth.
2/2 Matthew Sweet explores Chaplin's vast archive of unfinished scripts, letters and cuttings.
A portrait of Henri Matisse, one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century. (R)
Michael Baggott's passion for jewellery is satisfied by a dainty art deco cocktail watch. (R)
Your gardening calls answered with Jonathan Ray and our gardening expert Reg Moule.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
A gardening roadshow with help and advice to get the most from your garden.
All your gardening questions answered, plus Phil tastes the finest local beers
BBC Radio Oxford
Georgina Windsor's here with entertainment for people who enjoy a greener lifestyle.
BBC Radio Solent
Toby Friedner focuses on prison mental health and getting around if you're disabled
BBC Three Counties Radio
The best of Ed’s big name interviews from an archive spanning four decades at BBC WM.
BBC WM 95.6
Olympic Gold winner Robin Dixon - now Lord Glentoran - returns to Innsbruck.
Valentine Warner on simple everyday food, cooking neck of lamb and Easter food traditions. (R)
The experiences of people from three different communities in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
9/13 Nicholas Crane visits John o'Groats and Cruden Bay on Scotland's east coast. (R)
BBC Two Wales only
10/31 Neil Oliver visits an Atlantic sea monitoring station off the coast of Galway. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
Recorded coverage of the Home Affairs committee inquiry into counter-terrorism.
13/14 Recipes include the queen of puddings, chocolate tea cakes and jam doughnuts. (R)
The pick of the big stories from the past seven days on GMU, Talkback and Evening Extra.
A special tribute to the late Derek Cooper who started the food programme back in 1979.
Horticultural advice with Marian Foster, and experts Stan and Eddie.
The stories of Leicestershire and Rutland's past.
Sgeulachd-beatha Thòmais MhicLeòid à Leòdhas, maraiche a choisinn dà Bhonn Pòlar. (R)
Paul discusses the El Nino and its impact on global weather patterns and wildlife.
12/32 Two teams of bargain hunters are let loose at the Royal Cornwall Showground in Wadebridge. (R)
3/4 A look at people who share a passion for steam with the volunteers at Llangollen Railway. (R)
69/75 Jonnie slips on his dancing shoes for a routine showcasing Suffolk's musical heritage.
Professor David Cannadine investigates the origins of nationalism and the nation state. (R)
1/7 How do Northern Ireland's 18-year-olds feel about their country's past and future? (R)
Talking Business speaks to the founder of the Bitcoin Foundation. (R)
Ffilm neu gyfrol newydd, arddangosfa neu albym. I wybod mwy, ewch i'r Stiwdio. (R)
1/15 In Teesdale, farm vet Richard helps a sheep who has mysteriously gone blind. (R)
4/26 A look at the science of breeding top quality Aberdeen Angus cattle. (R)
Eric Robson hosts the horticultural panel programme from Eccles.
New Kepler-mission discovery.
Sgeilp-leabhraichean Ciorstaidh NicIlleathain. (R)
Fi Glover hears about evacuees, life with type 1 diabetes and how Muslims view the arts.
With evidence from David Anderson QC and Ben Emmerson QC, from Wednesday 26 March.
Dè bh' anns na naidheachdan air a' Ghaidhealtachd o chionn 100 bliadhna? (R)
Phill goes on a vinyl revival and talks to Anne Archer and Celia Imrie, plus live tunes. (R)
Adam Shaw interviews Professor Dame Julia Polak. (R)
How Boston has changed in the aftermath of last year’s Marathon bombings
Orange short-listed author Kamila Shamsie discusses her latest novel A God in Every Stone.
5/15 Uncover Ulster-Scots culture, history and language from around the country.
Treasury select committee session on the recent budget, from Tuesday 25 March.
19/75 Alistair Appleton helps a couple of young retirees find a new home in north Devon. (R)
BBC One except Cambridgeshire, East, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD, Scotland, Scotland HD, Wales, Wales HD
4/4 The traders struggle to adapt and survive in the quiet days of the new year. (R)
BBC One Wales, Wales HD only
Charting the golfing success of 18-year-old Charley Hull from Kettering.
BBC One Cambridgeshire, East only
3/4 Paul Farley and fellow poets remember Seamus Heaney in Belfast.
TV presenter Judy Finnigan makes an appeal on behalf of Fight for Sight.
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD
An appeal on behalf of the Reminiscence Network charity.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
With a new history curriculum coming, Adam Smith explores how pupils learn about the past. (R)
Mark Kermode and Gavin Esler look at the week's film and DVD releases.
Documentary looking back at the 1985 World Championship Snooker final. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Answering questions from everyday chemistry to quantum physics.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
A look at the week's main topics in the Referendum debate.
Highlights from the previous seven days of BBC Radio.
Local, national and international news.
Our World joins Mugabe as he celebrates his 90th and asks what his legacy will be. (R)
Playwright Mark Ravenhill asks if Shakespeare's genius is beyond question.
BBC Radio 3
Crannog a Beirdd Myrddin yn cystadlu i gyrraedd y rownd derfynol yn yr Eisteddfod.
The team head to the Isles of Scilly, where Ellie Harrison looks at the problem of rats.
5/6 James and Linda are given £12,000, but James has to make all the decisions. (R)
4/5 A celebration of Eric and Ernie and the men who were brave enough to appear on their show.
BBC Two except Wales
3/4 Tim FitzHigham recreates an 18th-century bet, attempting to outrun a racehorse.
In a special show for aspiring entrepreneurs, Declan Curry gets tips from big names.
2/10 Includes chart hits by Scorpions, Seal and REM. (R)
Talking about London's diverse communities and the issues affecting them.
BBC London 94.9
18/26 Fiona Bruce and the team of antiques experts pay a return visit to Polesden Lacey.
Celebrating 50 years of sporting coverage on BBC Two.
Today editor Jamie Angus, BBC iPlayer radio app issues and the Daily Service. (R)
Meet the 'Preppers', people who are fearful of the future and preparing for disaster
Artists, DJs, and collectors describe their passion for vinyl records.
Julian Worricker on an author, an actress, a cultural commentator, a magistrate, a singer. (R)
Nick Bright goes on a journey through one of the greatest years in hip hop history.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Dr Aaron joins Aled for a revision special.
BBC Radio 1
Paul Lewis on new mortgage rules, life expectancy, online bookings and premium phone lines (R)
Tanya Byron presents an appeal for Get Connected. (R)
Can books survive, and if so, how? Peter Day looks for the answer at the London Book Fair. (R)
Documentary about the life and work of comedian Tommy Cooper. (R)
The day's main news stories, topical debate and interviews.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Director Biyi Bandele on his debut film and his hopes for the Nigerian film industry
Bob Monkhouse's life and career told through films, TV shows, letters and memorabilia. (R)
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Labour MP Chris Bryant about his latest book.
The story of Sam McAughtry, one of Northern Ireland's most popular writers.
BBC Two Northern Ireland only
Recorded coverage of a select committee session on winter floods, from 26 February.
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Steven Knight discusses his thriller Locke, set entirely in a car driving down the M6. (R)
The Coast experts journey along the stunning south coast of England. (R)
Profile of Ken Dodd, one of Britain's most enduring variety entertainers. (R)
Mark Kermode and Gavin Esler look at the week's film and DVD releases. (R)
Do you have a favourite number - one you think stands out from all the others?
Exploring a hidden horticultural history, and why England fails at international football. (R)
BBC World News North America only
The essential business news live from Singapore.
BBC World News except North America
Peter Higgs opens up to Jim Al-Khalili about the Higgs boson.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs committee on insurance for flood-risk areas.
1/4 Martha Kearney's year gets off to a bad start when snow threatens to kill the bees. (R)
Dotun Adebayo with world stories, a look at the US papers and your calls in the phone-in.
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Recorded coverage of a select committee session on winter floods, from 2 April.
Why do we read horoscopes?
The definitive documentary record of one of Jimi Hendrix's most celebrated performances. (R)
Select committee session on the winter resilience of the transport system from 25 February
Is the BBC focusing too much on Pistorius and not enough on other African stories?
Protein receptor discovered that enables egg to be 'unlocked' by sperm to fertilise