BBC Asian Network joins BBC Radio 5 live through the night.
BBC Asian Network
How the ideas that shaped Margaret More's education changed the cultural life of England. (R)
Political news with Jo Coburn. She is joined by former environment secretary Owen Paterson (R)
Mae Radio Cymru'n ymuno â BBC World Service dros nos ar gyfer newyddion a materion cyfoes.
BBC Radio Cymru
BBC Radio Ulster joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
2/5 Simon explores how every face has its own story to tell. (R)
1/5 In 1606, Shakespeare was writing for a royal family hungry for new entertainment. (R)
BBC Radio 4
Louise Doughty, Rabbi Saul Djanogly and Bishop James Jones discuss favourite written works
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Yalda Hakim investigates why South Koreans are reluctant to adopt. (R)
BBC World News North America
The essential business news live from London.
BBC World News except North America
برنامج يومي يتناول أهم الأخبار المتعلقة بالمراة ويناقش مع جمهوره أهم الموضوعات الجدلية (R)
BBC Arabic Radio
Brian Cox and Robin Ince take to the stage in Chicago, to discuss fossils and evolution (R)
BBC World Service
Boris Johnson joins Rhod from Japan; why it's ok to get angry at work - if you're a man.
BBC Radio 5 live
7/7 The evolution of Sherlock Holmes on screen, from silent movies to new television versions. (R)
Business from Monday 12 October, including the second reading of the Enterprise Bill.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Scotland
نافذة مفتوحة للحوار مع الشباب بحرية للتعبير عن واقعهم وأحلامهم وهمومهم وفرصة لاظهار ابدعاتهم في أي مجال (R)
Volkswagen says sorry again, this time in front of British lawmakers.
9/11 The remaining bakers must get to grips with a difficult ingredient - chocolate. (R)
Programming from the BBC Dari Service. (R)
BBC Dari Radio
Guide to the latest gadgets, websites, games and computer industry news. (R)
Mona Chalabi goes beyond the statistics to investigate the reality of racism in Britain. (R)
Ian Peacock picks up his spoon and delves into the history of 'The King of Fruits'.
3/12 Documentary which explores the history of the fairground using rarely seen images. (R)
Programming from the BBC Pashto Service (R)
BBC Afghanistan (Pashto Radio)
Film star Hugh Jackman revels in playing the dastardly pirate Blackbeard. (R)
BBC World Service Australasia
Ihor, the pianist who played for his captors in the Ukraine conflict (R)
BBC World Service except Australasia
8/10 Anita Rani finds out what happened to her grandfather during the Partition of India. (R)
6/10 Marina Warner probes the fate of the tales at the hands of the Nazis.
Joanna Shinn presents highlights of Monday 12 October in Parliament. (R)
BBC News Channel
The latest news about travel, from the industry itself to deals and destinations. (R)
1/5 Michael Sheen and David Horovitch read some of the critic's outspoken articles.
Dr Gabrielle Walker examines ice, one of the strangest substances in the world. (R)
برنامج حواري تفاعلي مع الجمهور للمشاركة بآرائهم في القضايا المختلفة ويبث عبر التليفزيون والإذاعة والأنترنت (R)
The White House has described Russia’s action in Syria as motivated by 'weakness'
BBC World Service Online, UK DAB/Freeview only
BBC World Service Australasia, Europe and the Middle East only
Sam York meets Jacques Attali, who predicted the music industry’s crisis back in 1976. (R)
BBC World Service Online, Americas and the Caribbean, UK DAB/Freeview only
The White House has described Russia’s action in Syria as motivated by 'weakness' (R)
BBC World Service East Asia, South Asia only
Stephen Sackur talks to Lord Weidenfeld, publisher and chairman of Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
BBC World News
BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
Adam Parsons and David Jones speak to the man who helped uncover the VW emissions scandal.
The latest business news with informed analysis from the world's financial centres.
Programming from the BBC Dari Service
3/3 Dylan Iorwerth tells the story the Welsh settlement in the Chubut Valley, Argentina. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East
BBC World Service Online, Americas and the Caribbean, South Asia, UK DAB/Freeview only
This week marks the end of this year's badger cull in Somerset, Gloucestershire and Dorset
Chris Packham presents the red-breasted goose in Siberia. (R)
64/100 Martin and Lucy visit a garage plot in Derby, a home in Kent and a semi in Lancashire. (R)
News, weather, travel and sport, plus what's going on around the island.
BBC Radio Guernsey
BBC World Service South Asia
Christopher Bigsby hears from actors on tackling the character of Willy Loman.
News, travel, sport, business, agriculture and Thought for the Day.
BBC World Service East Asia
Programming from the BBC Dari Service (R)
Recorded coverage of questions to the home secretary, Theresa May, from Monday 12 October.
1/20 A woman creeping across a disabled man's floor horrifies his family. (R)
Enda McClafferty and Elaine McGee present local news, sport and weather.
BBC World Service East Africa and Southern Africa
Including local news and weather, what's on diary, mart report, jobspot and postbag.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Orkney
Recorded coverage of the urgent question on the NHS's finances, from Monday 12 October.
Sgwrs hefo'r ymgymerwr angladdau Gareth Jenkins am gyfres deledu A Very Welsh Undertaking.
On the Cesme Peninsula, Rick enjoys creamy Armola cheese matured in goat skins. (R)
The urgent question on the government's 'right to buy' policy, from 12 October.
A look at the global business stories.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
BBC Radio 4 LW
Women in technology, two centuries on from the world's first computer programmer.
Do we need to rethink our relationship with Saudi Arabia?
A UK pensioner caught with homemade wine in Saudi Arabia could receive 360 lashes.
BBC Radio London
Engineer Danielle George tells Jim about her passion for getting children into electronics
BBC Radio 4 FM
Còmhradh, conaltradh agus cnuasachadh gach là.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Nick asks whether or not you would want cannabis to be legalised.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Kaye Adams hears about the rise of muesli mums and talks to Christopher Biggins.
Have your say on the day's top stories. Call 01743 248321 (national rate).
BBC Radio Shropshire
Tuesday - Stephen Nolan with hard-hitting talk about the big stories of the day.
How important is the bicycle and what does it do for us? (R)
11/20 The team reveal how to become online-savvy and avoid being stung by internet fraudsters. (R)
Live coverage the Health Committee's session on the childhood obesity strategy.
Steve Backshall speaks to professional rock climber Leo Houlding.
Stephen Sackur talks to Lord Weidenfeld, publisher and chairman of Weidenfeld & Nicolson. (R)
برنامج يستعيد الماضي بأسئلة الحاضر مع مواد ولقاءات نادرة من أرشيف الإذاعة عبر أكثر من سبعين عاما (R)
2/5 The impact of the Gunpowder Plot of late 1605 has implications for playwrights.
Original news and exclusive interviews from across the UK with Adrian Chiles.
Houses in Burnley, Liverpool and Derby are sold at auction.
Laurie Anderson, musician, performance artist and film-maker, talks to Emma Barnett.
James Campbell on his great-father in law; E H Shepard – who wrote Winnie the Pooh
BBC Radio Oxford
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands
حوارات صريحة وجادة مع شخصيات معروفة في كل المجالات تتناول مراحل وقرارات هامة خلال مسيرتهم (R)
2/10 Four young cooks attempt to make their favourite dishes. (R)
10/20 A parking warden is owed thousands by the company that dismissed him. (R)
Live coverage, including the second reading of the European Union Referendum Bill.
Brett Westwood explores how hornbills have influenced art, religion and feminism.
Un magazine économique de animé par un de nos correspondants
BBC Afrique Radio
Live coverage of questions to health secretary Jeremy Hunt and his ministerial team.
2/20 A robber swings a homemade weapon at two friends.
Dotun Adebayo sits in for Robert.
Jo Coburn is joined by Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee.
Ffilm neu gyfrol newydd, arddangosfa neu albym. I wybod mwy, ewch i'r Stiwdio.
A' cuimhneachadh Calum MacGill-Eain, Fear Beag a' Chridhe Mhòir.
Jennifer Klinec travelled to Iran to learn cookery but ended up meeting her husband.
8/32 Catherine Southon and Thomas Plant guide two teams around the antiques shops of Lewes. (R)
Does playing video games undermine academic achievement?
Anna Turley asking an urgent question on the closure of Redcar Steelworks.
Iolo Williams yn cyfarfod Ieuan Evans o'r BTO, y Gymdeithas Adarydda Prydeinig.
حوارات مع شخصيات مؤثرة تحكي عن تفاصيل أحداث هامة كانت طرفا فيها وشكلت جزءا من تاريخ المنطقة
Sarah Brett and Dan Walker are joined by Tom Jones, who talks about his autobiography.
Nicholas Crane and the team visit the coastal areas of Blackpool and Morecambe Bay.
BBC Two except Wales
29/75 Brenda Burgess and her husband Bob raise funds for a local charity in West Sussex.
BBC Two Wales
Y straeon difyr yn fyw o'ch cymuned chi. Ffoniwch, e-bostiwch, neu sgrifennwch.
Grassroots news, views, issues and culture from across the north west of Northern Ireland.
Programming from the BBC Pashto Service
Busnes newydd sydd yn cael sylw Gerallt wrth iddo ymweld â chwmni Moch Llyn a blasu eu ... (R)
تقارير من مراسلينا يتناولون فيها أهم الموضوعات التي ترد في الأخبار من خلال تجربتهم الشخصية أثناء التغطية (R)
BBC World Service except Americas and the Caribbean, Australasia
An urgent question on a justice department contract with the government of Saudi Arabia.
La leçon d’anglais par la radio
3/3 Edi Stark hears how Angus Sinclair was eventually convicted of the World's End murders.
برنامج حواري يستضيف عددا من السيدات اسبوعيا لمناقشة قضايا المرأة المختلفة (R)
Including First Minister's Questions.
Space scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock boards Peter Snow's time-travelling DeLorean.
Live coverage including a ten minute rule bill on no-fault divorce.
9/75 Angela Rippon and expert Paul Hayes help a couple moving to the Orkney Islands. (R)
Edi Stark talks to Sir Tom Jones. Plus, actor Laurence Fox on moving into music-making.
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Ar drothwy lawns hunangofiant y canwr enwog Tom Jones, Phil Davies y 'super fan' fydd y...
7/10 Marina examines the deeper meanings read into the tales by writers and psychologists.
11/20 Brian Turner and Janet Street-Porter visit the seaside in Devon. (R)
Neil Oliver is in the Channel Islands and kayaks over to Les Ecrehous. (R)
2/5 The ecstatic 1956 review of John Osborne's kitchen-sink drama Look Back in Anger.
17/70 Nicki Chapman helps a couple find a perfect rural property near the Peak District.
2/25 Three home cooks try to make delicious dishes using the day's ingredient boxes. (R)
News, Current Affairs, Sport and Features from the BBC Dari Service
1/6 Josie Long hears stories of 'others' and outsiders.
Hidden gems and local characters. The great outdoors, arts, culture and history.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Join Ben for surprising stories from Leicestershire and Rutland with news after 5pm.
BBC Radio Leicester
Dwy ardd gyferbyniol sy'n cael sylw Aled Samuel heddiw - Gardd Goedwig Colby a gardd Ca... (R)
2/15 Having survived cake, the remaining 12 contestants battle bread. (R)
The National Parks are exploring new commercial opportunities. How far should they go?
House-proud couples from Dorset and Devon try out a new way of life.
BBC Newcastle rounds up the day’s biggest stories.
Michael Rosen and Dr Laura Wright take us through the A-Z of the alphabet.
News, sport, weather and travel and the day's talking points.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Women in technology, two centuries on from the world's first computer programmer. (R)
BBC World Service except Online, East Africa and Southern Africa, West Africa and Central Africa
7/30 Anita Manning and James Lewis head from Wimbledon to Hampshire, via Surrey. (R)
9/14 Investigating what it is about leopards that makes them born survivors. (R)
David Morrissey and Julia Blackburn join Harriett Gilbert to discuss favourite books.
برنامج يومي يتناول أهم الأخبار المتعلقة بالمراة ويناقش مع جمهوره أهم الموضوعات الجدلية
Drivetime show with news, sport, traffic and weather reports.
BBC World Service Online
34/75 In Wales, expert Charlie Ross is excited by an Austrian bronze and a Sri Lankan bracelet. (R)
Local news and weather, what's on, fish report and jobspot.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Shetland
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
BBC World Service East Africa and Southern Africa, West Africa and Central Africa only
BBC World Service except East Africa and Southern Africa, West Africa and Central Africa
Pobl o bob rhan o Gymru a'u detholiad o ddarlledu'r dydd.
برنامج حواري تفاعلي مع الجمهور للمشاركة بآرائهم في القضايا المختلفة ويبث عبر التليفزيون والإذاعة والأنترنت
Barbara Cheyne introduces music, poetry and song from Shetland and beyond.
Marie-Louise Muir presents arts, culture and entertainment news from home and abroad.
Adam Walton visits the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in Llanelli to meet Brian Briggs.
Bydd Fflur Dafydd yn ymweld â thri lle yng Ngheredigion a Sir Benfro. Fflur Dafydd visi... (R)
3/6 Salmon fishing in Argyll with Neen MacKay, on some of Scotland's most breathtaking rivers. (R)
Lord Sugar and Romesh Ranganathan reveal all about this year's Apprentice.
BBC One except Wales, Wales HD
7/7 Richard is out on the Top Gear test track in the brand new BMW M5. (R)
1/3 Paul heads for two remote island communities - Foula and Fair Isle in Shetland. (R)
Bydd Rhodri Gomer yng Nghaerdydd ynghanoly cyffro wrth i dîm pêl-droed Cymru wynebu And...
Stories, discussion, news and more, presented by Dáithí Ó Muirí.
Arts news, interviews and reviews.
1/4 Martha Kearney's year gets off to a bad start when snow threatens to kill the bees. (R)
1/2 Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen reveals the social history behind a Deganwy detached home. (R)
Technological and digital news from around the world.
29/50 History short looking at seduction and kissing. (R)
2/4 In spring, Martha witnesses the growth of the colony and watches as bee larvae hatch out. (R)
11/13 English teacher Grantt creates a storybook wedding for his science student bride Kallie. (R)
1/3 James Manning visits a futuristic lettuce farm controlled by robots in the east of the UK.
With millions of new apprenticeships promised, how will cash-strapped FE colleges deliver?
Jennifer Klinec travelled to Iran to learn cookery but ended up meeting her husband. (R)
Ymdrechion Paul Pugh i atal trais ar y stryd a chodi ymwybyddiaeth am beryglon gor-yfed...
Exams are looming, and the students must do well enough to continue into the second year.
1/6 Dr Janina Ramirez unravels Edmund Spenser's Elizabethan epic The Faerie Queene.
Technological and digital news from around the world. (R)
News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted.
Martin Shaw retraces the 1943 raid which used bouncing bombs to destroy German dams. (R)
Film following some of the most active youth football firms in the country, home and away.
2/4 Adele Roberts follows the conception, birth, life and death of a smartphone.
BBC Radio 1
Còmhradh, conaltradh agus cnuasachadh gach là. (R)
Live coverage of the Man Booker Prize ceremony, for best fiction book of the year.
Engineer Danielle George tells Jim about her passion for getting children into electronics (R)
3/6 Babs's dislike of Vanessa leads to her meeting Bournemouth's UKIP candidate to complain.
3/3 Could a radical plan to build a campus overseas be a solution to government cuts?
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Matthew Sweet with Peter Davidson and Alexandra Harris on Britain's weather and twilight.
BBC Radio 3
Highlights of the day's proceedings from Stormont, presented by Catherine Smyth.