William Crawley assesses the religious revival that swept through Ulster in 1859.
BBC Radio Ulster
William Crawley tells the story of the religious revival that swept through Ulster in 1859
Washington correspondent Justin Webb looks at the perceived global hatred of the US
BBC Radio 4
Documentaries and features from the archive.
BBC Radio 6 Music
5 live's fantasy football show
BBC Radio 5 live
Looking at the lives of women around the world
BBC World Service
Peter and Dan Snow celebrate the centenary of the Royal Flying Corps.
102 year old Gwenllian Davies presents a moving account of how rural life has changed.
BBC Radio Wales
Totally UK - the home of new talent is here.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Dodie Smith's classic Christmas adventure, read by Anna Chancellor
Louise Elliott follows Liam Blackmore as he attempts to leave behind a life of crime
Louise Elliott takes a look back at the events of the first series of 118 Days
Looking back at the remaking of the classic album.
BBC Radio 2
Paul Morley on the 7-inch single's grand relative - the 12-inch - and its peak in the 80s.
Hardeep Singh Kohli chooses a word and sees where it leads him
Classic and contemporary original drama and book dramatisations
Series of brief musical comedies, written by and starring Richie Webb
Tom Stoppard's humorous take on Shakespeare.
A celebration of the 150th anniversary of the feted Manchester-based orchestra.
Owen Parker and Richard Melvin ask if Broadway's Brill Building is still relevant today.
BBC Radio Scotland
Pennie Taylor discovers some surprising and uplifting stories about the notorious brothel.
Sarfraz Manzoor retraces the footsteps of Daniel Defoe, a supporter of the Act of Union
BBC Business Editor Robert Peston investigates the Scottish economy.
Graeme Garden presents a tongue-in-cheek look at the supposed Anglo-Scottish antipathy.
Dramatised account of the wheeling and dealing which led to the Act of Union of 1707.
English teacher Jason Slater wakes up in the 19th century. Stars Michael Begley.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The adventures of aimless aristocrat Viscount Belport and his servant Ned.
Michael Portillo challenges the notion of calm before the storm of the Great War
Historian Margaret MacMillan chronicles the road to war in 1914.
Charting how the war transformed the arts.
Kirsty Wark explores the cultural impact of the 1929 financial crash and Great Depression.
Barry Davies presents the story of the last time the Olympic Games came to London.
Television was taking off in Coronation year, but Nick Baker learns radio was still strong
Commentators born in 1960 discuss the social consequences of the 1960s
Michael Grade celebrates 1963 with special guests at London's Riverside Studios.
Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain
John Tusa and guests discuss the impact of the tumultuous world events of 1968
A look back at the events making the news 40 years ago
Another chance to look back at the events making the news 40 years ago with John Tusa
David Aaronovitch assesses the legacy of 1968, talking to former self-styled rebels
Another chance to hear the highlights of Radio 4's 1968 Day by Day series.
Joe Queenan looks back at 40 years of Rolling Stone magazine.
Rosie Boycott considers the origins, impact and legacy of the underground press in Britain
Nick Fraser recalls the intellectual revolution of May 1968 that spread from Paris.
Rob Shepherd recalls Enoch Powell's 'Rivers of Blood' speech of 1968.
Miranda Sawyer explores popular British culture of 1968
A soundscape of 1970 - a guide to the year's events with news clips and music.
Events and music from 30 years ago, with Steven George
BBC Radio Kent
German programme-makers report on rarely-reported aspects of their country
Sir John Tusa looks back at the events making the news 20 years ago
Another chance to look back at the events making the news 20 years ago, with Sir John Tusa
In a special discussion programme, Sir John Tusa explores the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Rosie Goldsmith looks at how the infrastructure of Berlin was reunited after the Wall fell
BBC World Affairs Editor John Simpson tells the story of 20 years of post-communist life
Leading British politicians tell Anne McElvoy how the 1989 revolutions have shaped them.
What would Wordsworth have made of modern Greens? Prof James Woudhuysen investigates.
Live sets from the world's biggest DJs, alongside the stars of the future
All the coverage and excitement from the MOBO awards at Wembley Arena
Trevor Nelson and Gemma kickstart your morning.
Trevor Nelson and Zena kick start the morning. Big tunes and big guests
Counting down the biggest selling tracks of the week in the 1Xtra Chart.
Stand up, comedy takeovers and sketches on 1Xtra.
Upfront exclusive drum and bass pressure in the mix
Enjoy some uncomfortable listening in the form of daring and rude stand up
BBC Radio 7
Celebrating UK black music with special guests taking over the schedule
1Xtra hits the road, with broadcasts on location at the hottest festivals and party places
1Xtra's team of specialist mix DJs keep the Saturday vibes flowing.
The best new black music
1Xtra breaks you into 2008 in the mix
News from around the UK and the world with Tina Daheley
Buzzers and boomboxes ready - it's 1Xtra's Comic Relief Quiz! May contain strong language.
The biggest RnB tunes in and out of the mix and hot new exclusives
Discover what happens after dark on 1Xtra as their specialist DJs take over Radio 1.
The UK's only national soca show, playing the best in soca tunes
Radio 1's sister station winds up the Friday night party with the best in new black music
BBC Radio 1
BBC 1Xtra celebrates thirty years of hip hop
The hottest mixes, biggest guests and funniest moments on BBC Radio 1Xtra.
The biggest upfront flavours in the mix
Another chance to hear it again if you missed out... first time around.
Pride and glory are at stake in the ultimate DJ'ing challenge.
2 funud o Dwelwch. Two minutes silence
BBC Radio Cymru
A musical tour of the life and work of Tom Jones with Cathy MacDonald.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Ken Dodd and Ken Bruce celebrate the comedy that's graced BBC Radio 2 over the years
Comedy series imagining radio programmes for past eras
Golwg ar straeon newyddion y flwyddyn. A look at the year's big news stories.
Recognising the achievements of sportspeople from the capital during the past year.
BBC London 94.9
Astronomer Paul Murdin asks if Jupiter's moon, Europa, might sustain biological life.
Lesley Ashmall and Nick Garnett meet those whose lives have completely transformed in 2011
Clare Balding celebrates an incredible year for the UK
As the Mayan prophecy of doom approaches, enjoy this light-hearted guide to the apocalypse
Paul Sexton looks at glam rock star Marc Bolan's life, music and legacy.
The adventures of trainee vampire Eloise, her boyfriend Wayne and her tutor Lucretia