Children's nannies from Brazil and Australia discuss the highs and lows of the profession (R)
BBC World Service except Americas and the Caribbean
BBC World Service Australasia
Space ballistics explain one of the Moon’s huge craters (R)
Click heads to Los Angeles to see if an artificial intelligence can direct a music video. (R)
BBC News Channel
Scientists from York, Leeds & Sheffield Universities' rural research in North Yorkshire. (R)
BBC Radio York
Adam Walton talks to the Cardiff University team asking if bees have regional accents. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Anna Hill discusses the dawn of a new era in British farming with writer David Richardson.
BBC Radio 4
In the week of the Royal Welsh Show, Rachael Garside meets the younger rural generation.
The Countryfile team explore meadows, and Matt Baker discovers the art of scything. (R)
Bill Oddie presents the black redstart. (R)
Paul Hudson talks about the best way to present the forecast.
BBC Radio Leeds
BBC World Service
2/4 Mark Patterson meets Foyle Punt builder Ken Doherty and joins the racers on Lough Foyle. (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Naga Munchetty meets British astronaut Tim Peake after his six-month mission on the ISS. (R)
1/3 Dedicated single parents go to extreme lengths to see their babies through to adulthood. (R)
The mystery of where some animals disappear to each year puzzled early naturalists. (R)
1/3 A look at New Zealand's wildlife, which has been isolated since the time of the dinosaurs. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
Answering questions from everyday chemistry to quantum physics.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
The team visit Cumbria, where Matt Baker looks at the places that inspired Beatrix Potter.
Dr Xand van Tulleken investigates the world of performance-enhancing drugs. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Film that shows how ocean waves are not only beautiful but also profoundly important. (R)
Food bank Britain. Also, food poverty in Europe. (R)
1/3 Following Yellowstone's wildlife in a fight to survive six freezing winter months. (R)
We enter an arena usually hidden from public view - the kitchens that feed world leaders. (R)
Why are men more violent than women? (R)
BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
BBC World Service Online, Europe and the Middle East, UK DAB/Freeview only
Female DJs filling dance floors and mixing it up in America and South Africa
BBC World Service East Asia, South Asia only