BBC Radio Cumbria presenters tell the Easter story in words and music.
Andrew Carter meets Cumbrians whose life is ruled by the elements.
Joe Costin celebrates with listeners' memories of the music they grew up on and more.
With Fi Glover. Conversations recorded in the Listening Project booth during 2015.
The untold inside story of one of Britain's best loved sitcoms.
Magdalena Mardale's Very Merry Murder Mystery: Marple meets Downton meets Panto.
We reflect on the life of the late, great Cilla Black.
The story of BBC Radio Cumbria's appeal for the Jigsaw Hospice.
It's 40 years since The Blues were in the top flight. We remember.
A profile of the Cumbrian poet.
For one day in 1914, World War One was postponed.
Festive bohomie from Nankivell and Witherslack.
The BBC Radio Cumbria panto.
Cerys Matthews is among celebrities who took part in the Salvation Army's annual event.
Richard Corrie and Val Armstrong lead the congregation.
Norman Nicholson - Something to Tell: Celebrating the great Cumbrian wordsmith's life.
World War One at Home: Andrew Carter finds out about Cumbria's Great War, 100 years on.
World War One at Home: Andrew Carter shares the stories of Cumbria from 1914 to 1918.
Journey to Auschwitz: Megan Key follows Cumbrian students in Poland.
The Ultimate Mix Tape: Nell Gordon compiles the best songs for your car or mp3 player.
BBC Radio Cumbria Big Sing: From the Keswick convention big top, celebrating our 40 years.
Beyond the Baton: Nell Gordon tracks our community concert with the BBC Philharmonic.
Christmas at the Albert Hall: Lee Mead leads the Salvation Army's festival of Christmas.
The Sound of Cumbria: Our first ever programme, rescued from the 1973 archive vaults.
Cumbria Community Orchestra and Chorus: Playing with the BBC Philharmonic in Whitehaven.
When Harry met Mally: Harry King meets the man who finds the world's great film locations.
BBC Radio Cumbria's Big Sing: Live from Keswick Convention, marking our 40th birthday.