The crucial role of our unconscious, and how scientists are harnessing its powers
BBC World Service Online
In the Canary Islands the team try to follow the path of Comet C/2012 S1 ISON. (R)
6/7 What draws humans to the coldest and most hostile reaches of our planet? (R)
Could 3D printing be the next copyright battleground? Plus, a Christmas guide to tablets. (R)
BBC News Channel
The Mother of all slingshots propels India’s orbiter to Mars
Adam Walton invites Welsh scientists to choose their favourite science books of the year.
BBC Radio Wales
One farmer supplies Anna Hill with everything needed for a roast dinner and a glass of ale
BBC Radio 4 FM
Could bracken, reeds, gorse and roadside cuttings be used to create renewable energy?
Chris Packham presents the whooper swan. (R)
BBC Radio 4
BBC Somerset's weekly look at rural news, countryside issues, wildlife and local events.
A special programme focusing on plans to bring wolves and lynx to the Alladale Estate. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Mark Patterson meets the last of the Carrick a Rede salmon men, Aki Colgan. (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
400,000 year old DNA from ancient human remains is recovered
In the Breton province of Finistere, Neil Oliver meets a lighthouse keeper.
A look at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory.
Answering questions from everyday chemistry to quantum physics.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
The team are in rural Cheshire. Matt Baker is finding out about agricultural apprentices.
Could 3D printing be the next copyright battleground? Plus, a Christmas guide to tablets.
Laurie hears about an egalitarian enclave in Andalucia. Also, the meaning of tooth loss. (R)
John Craven looks at the mineral Blue John hidden deep underground in the Peak District. (R)
Crying emotional tears is uniquely human but why do we do it?
Human DNA from 400,000 years ago is recovered from ancient remains
Monday 9 December 2013