BBC Radio Scotland
Louise Welsh explores the meaning of the battle of Bannockburn on its 700th anniversary.
Panel show in which comic guests are invited to come up with their definitive top threes
BBC Radio 4
Barbara MacLean tells of growing up on the Island of Vallay, North Uist.
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal
Join Barbara Nice on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Omnibus. Barbara Pym's delightful comedy of rural relationships stars Emma Fielding
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Barbara Windsor takes us on a tour of the famous London nightclubs of yesterday.
BBC Radio 2
Barbara Windsor celebrates the lives of the biggest names in popular entertainment
Barbara Windsor celebrates the lives and careers of influential female comedy icons
Barbara Windsor leads a series on musical legends
Miles Kington hears the voices of First World War internees recorded in the camps.
An insightful, humorous piece of reportage from inside the barber shop.
From her home in Malibu, Barbra chats with Academy Award-winning lyricist Don Black.
Barbra chats to the Academy Award winning lyricist Don Black from her home in Malibu.
Paul Gambaccini talks to award-winning singer, actress and director Barbra Streisand.
Adaptation of Anthony Trollope's Barchester novels
BBC Radio 7
Dramatisations of Anthony Trollope's witty stories set in the fictional town of Barchester
Nicky Barnes explores why women love Norwich City Football Club.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Paul Morley traces the life and works of Manchester punk poet John Cooper Clarke.
Mark Wringe presents a selection of 20th-century war poetry.
Mark Wringe presents a selection of twentieth-century war poetry.
Rageh Omaar asks what Britain can learn from Somalia's news-reporting poets.
Poet Jean Sprackland visits the Leeds city centre bar, famous for its poetic punters.
Pauline Smith journeys to Bardsey Island to uncover the story of the world's rarest apple.
BBC Radio Wales
Julie Clayton with the classic Disney songs that have entranced generations.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Tony Hawks uses an unusual reference work to explore the world of musical plagiarism.
Baroness Orczy's sleuth takes on another case while sitting at his table in a tea shop
How historic house owners are struggling to balance the books and keep their estate going.
Pete Townshend talks about the influence on his songwriting of composer Henry Purcell.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch and guests answer listeners' questions about Baroque music
BBC Radio 3
Tim Marlow explores Britain's response to Europe's most lavish art movement
Ian Skelly presents Bach's St Matthew Passion live from Philharmonic Hall in Cracow.
Orain neo-fhoillsichte às a' Bhaile Shear an Uibhist a Tuath còmhla ri Linda NicLeòid.
Linda MacLeod presents unpublished songs from her own community
Contemporary life on Barra compared with how it was seen in 1964.
Join Barrie Hyde on BBC Three Counties Radio.
BBC Three Counties Radio
How will the isolated, industrial town of Barrow, Cumbria, survive another recession?
Barry Cryer as you've never heard him, belting out the blues alongside classic gags.
Showbiz comedy legend Barry Cryer recounts his life and career
The jovial host ferrets through Auntie's festive jewels for some comedy gold
The life of teenager Billy Casper is transformed with his discovery of a kestrel chick.
Barry Humphries shares his passion for the decadent world of 20s and early 30s Berlin.
Kathy Lette meets Barry Humphries to discuss his life, work, influences and characters.
The Doctor Who TV producer from 1969 to 1974 recounts his career
Join Barry Parker on BBC Radio York.
BBC Radio York
The late comedian, writer and broadcaster tells his own show business story.
All the latest news and action from the Major Leagues
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Peter Curran discusses Howard Brenton's play Never So Good.
Old skool classics with guest DJs, artists and producers
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Martin's plan to dispose of his wife goes awry, but his daughter gets a Halloween treat.
Coverage of the latest on court action
Dame Shirley Bassey, 'The Girl from Tiger Bay', tells her story to Paul Sexton
Stories from the Bath Literature Festival, all written by women in the West Country
A' comharrachadh gu bheil 150 bliadhna bho thachair Bàthadh Mòr Nis. Le Iain MacIlleathain
Felicity Finch joins conservationist Tim Dixon in search of the very rare Barbestelle bats
Ed Docx discovers that John Donne can be a poet for life.
Nancy Wilson and Guy Barker honour pioneering jazz pianist Sir George Shearing
Fred Dove investigates China's attempts to make itself a cricketing nation.
Series exploring the past and present of the NHS maternity services
A year after the fall of President Mubarak of Egypt, what happened to the revolution?
Sue Armstrong investigates the battle for the hearts and lungs of new smokers.
Nick Robinson presents a series on the relationship between broadcasters and politicians
Alvin Hall on the controversial attempts to sell the Detroit Institute of Arts collection.
Hearing from people whose own stories have led them to fight for what they feel is right
Finnish photographer Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen looks back over 40 tumultuous years in Byker.
Can new money and new ideas save the Harris Tweed industry of the Outer Hebrides?
Star England and Australian cricketers remember travelling by ship to play Ashes Tests.
Frank Gardner joins Operation Snow Warrior, a military training exercise with a difference
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Mark Lamarr tells the story of the Bay City Rollers.
Join Baylen Leonard on BBC London.
BBC London 94.9
The biggest songs from the biggest west end shows including Chicago, Grease, The Lion King, Mamma Mia and The Sound of Music.
Twin B and Yasmin Evans kick start your morning.
Two artists join each other to perform in the 6 Music Hub
BBC Radio 6 Music
If it matters to Africa, we shall debate it in Africa
BBC World Service
Roger Eckersley's memoirs of life behind the scenes in the new Broadcasting House of 1932
The battle within the BBC to make programmes about homosexuality in the 1950s and 60s.
The battles within the BBC to make programmes about homosexuality in the 1950s and 60s.
Noreen counts down the 20 biggest British Asian tracks this week.
BBC Asian Network
BBC Radio Scotland broadcasts from Pacific Quay, Glasgow for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Coverage of sport on BBC Radio Berkshire.
BBC Radio Berkshire
With Phil Kennedy and choice cuts from Andrew Peach, Maggie Philbin & Henry Kelly.
BBC Cambridgeshire's documentaries, covering different people, groups, events and more.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Manylion cystadleuaeth BBC Canwr y Byd Caerdydd
BBC Radio Cymru
Siân Pari Huws yn cyflwyno cystadleuaeth y Wobr Datganiad o BBC Canwr y Byd Caerdydd 2013.
International classical singers compete in the world-renowned singing contest.
Supporting over 2,600 projects, working 365 days a year, all over the United Kingdom.
Children in Need Backstage with Vanessa Feltz.
BBC Radio Devon
Ralph McClean and Lynette Fay present an evening of fun and fundraising.
BBC Radio Foyle
A pop-up radio station to coincide with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Hear about BBC Scotland's pop-up radio station from summer 2014.
BBC Orchestra concert and documentary.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire