Robin Denselow reports on Africa, 50 years after many countries became independent
BBC Radio 4
Five Africans recount their experiences of independence in 1960
Bola Mosuro presents music from up-and-coming artists from around the continent.
BBC World Service
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BBC Radio 1Xtra
Hugh Levinson asks whether science and technology can end under-development in Africa
Vishva Samani explores the post-expulsion relationship between British Asians and Ugandans
Neneh Cherry tells the story of musical pioneer and cultural revolutionary Fela Kuti.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Neneh Cherry tells the story Nigerian musical and social hero Fela Anikulapo Kuti.
BBC Radio 2
Jonathan Dryden Taylor and Stephen Moore recall a search for an elusive literary item.
Edi Stark discovers whether the pace of stem cell research is meeting expectation.
BBC Radio Scotland
Lynn Ferguson's comedic takes on classic fairy tales
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Sitcom about three generations of women in one family, starring Prunella Scales
Some of the world's most beautiful women discuss the ageing process.
Great late night music and chat
BBC Radio Ulster
Singer Brian Houston presents his personal choice of playlist
Actress and singer Bronagh Gallagher presents her personal choice of playlist
It's music all the way with Donna - new tunes, old tunes, good tunes and odd tunes
Joe mixes music that's unforgettable, undiscovered, unpredictable and unmissable
Linley Hamilton offers listeners the very best in contemporary jazz music
Mickey Bradley brings musical anarchy to the airwaves
Mickey Bradley with a selection of punk rock.
It's music all the way with Stephen - new tunes, old tunes, good tunes and odd tunes
It's music all the way with Steven - new tunes, old tunes, good tunes and odd tunes
Hugh Sykes finds out how life in Iraq has changed over the past decade
George Blake's daring defection made headlines. But what of life behind the Iron Curtain?
The writer Kevin Crossley-Holland meets fellow East Anglians affected by coastal erosion.
Should we be building new homes on flood plains? Simon Cox reports.
Michelle Dewberry revisits her home town of Hull a year after it was hit by flooding.
Kate Betts meets the residents of a Doncaster council housing estate flooded out last year
Dramatic monologues that imagine the adult lives of characters from children's literature
Live broadcast of the afternoon's events.
Radio dramas which delight and surprise
A relaxing way to spend your late Sunday afternoon.
BBC Radio Nottingham
Afternoon broadcast, featuring music programmes and concerts
BBC Radio 3
Short stories or abridged books, often from new writers
Stories by unpublished writers
Every weekday on BBC Jersey Lisa Gautier will bring you an afternoon of music and chat.
BBC Radio Jersey
Great music along with your calls, texts and emails.
BBC London 94.9
Steve Scruton with music, chat and celebrity guests.
Music, entertainment, chat and competitions. Including news, sport and celebrity guests
BBC Radio Wales
Alan Simpson brings you the best in popular music and plenty of lively chat.
A relaxed listening experience, combining music and brainteasers. With John Randall.
BBC Radio Guernsey
With John Holmes. Guests you cannot miss, great features and your stories.
Featuring the stars... national and local, touring Bristol and Somerset.
BBC Radio Bristol
The lively show made for you - by you! With a mix of star guests and great music.
An afternoon of conversation and music.
Allison Ferns ... weekdays from 1300 on BBC Sussex ... be part of it!
Afternoon entertainment with Sarah Gorrell.
BBC Southern Counties
Five people defy their culture and tradition to stand up for a belief or to follow a dream
Classic stories by the mistress of the whodunit.
A jealous lover is haunted by a fellow pilot's death and a vision of murder.
Theo is set to leave her husband, when a financial scandal intervenes.
A historian is drawn into a series of strange deaths linked to the occult.
Miss Marple must solve the mystery of a woman's flashback before a murderer strikes again.
BBC Radio 7
A creepy doll with a mind of its own causes alarm along London's catwalks.
Novel by Edith Wharton about an American socialite in the 1870s
Sir Menzies Campbell's battle to shake off claims that he was too old to be Lib Dem leader
How has the world has changed for women? Inspiring women in their 70s and 80s look back
Richard Dawkins decodes the discoveries and mysteries of the human genome sequence
Dr Michael O'Donnell presents a series on old age
An organisation called Magic Me is bringing different generations of immigrants together.
The life and work of the Rev Thomas Murchison. With Professor Donald Meek
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Janet Ellis talks to influential children's author Allan Ahlberg.
New music for the Gaelic mass, composed by Blair Douglas.
Tom MacIver joins crofters at a sheepfank.
Tom MacIver helps with the harvest
Òrain cogaidh air an taghadh le Nan Nicleòid, còmhla ri Mòrag Dhòmhnallach.
Pop music and chat for children.
Prògram aithriseach don chloinn. Children's magazine programme.
A special Christmas programme.
Laoidhean agus teachdaireachdan Nollaig còmhla ri Janice Ann Nicaoidh.
Catriona Murray's personal story of breast cancer. Repeat.
Steven Van Zandt looks back at the role music played in the anti-apartheid movement.
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Former policemen with Strathclyde Police recall their experiences
Noted figures share the contents of their bookshelves
Catriona Murray hears about her guests' favourite books
Tom MacIver meets people from Ness, Lewis, who still go to the sheiling in summer.