Clasur o'r archif comedi am helyntion tîm pêl-droed Bryncoch United.
BBC Radio Cymru
Gwybodaeth a newyddion am gerddoriaeth gyfoes Gymraeg ar C2. The latest music on C2.
Dewis unigryw o gerddoriaeth hyfryd.
Sŵn swreal i nos Wener yng nghwmni Gethin a'i gyfaill gwirion Ger.
Cerddoriaeth a sgwrs at ddant pawb gyda Lisa Gwilym.
Alan Gilbey's sinister comedy about the goings on at a night club owned by Dr Caligari
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Documentary following a group of Eastern Europeans coming to the UK to work as cab drivers
BBC Radio 4
The story of the first Western Isles Causeway between North Uist and Benbecula.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Sitcom about an airline for whom no job is too small but many, many jobs are too difficult
Love stories from the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb with Cathy FitzGerald.
Former Stereophonic Stuart Cable plays classic rock tracks. Turn the amp up to 11
BBC Radio Wales
Former Stereophonic Stuart Cable plays classic rock tracks.
Ian Peacock tracks the rising popularity of geocaching.
Miles Warde tells the inside story of the closure of Cadbury's Somerdale factory
Miles Warde reports on one of the biggest corporate takeovers in UK history
We look at the relationship between the people of Bournville and Cadbury.
BBC WM 95.6
Billy Kay hears the chequered pasts of St Andrews' golf caddies.
Brother Cadfael is a Benedictine monk, a herbalist and an amateur sleuth
Historical crime reading. Brother Cadfael finds treachery and intrigue in England
Brother Cadfael investigates the suspicious death of Gervase Bonel, rich lord of the manor
With England at civil war in 1138, the medieval monk has a murder on his hands.
In the winter of 1139, Brother Cadfael sets out to find a missing boy and his sister
Steve Carver travels to Egypt to re-trace the discovery of the tomb of Tuthankhamun.
Series of plays about the rulers of Rome
BBC Radio 7
Live from Austrian Radio, Petroc Trelawny explores Mozart's relationship with Vienna.
BBC Radio 3
Talks from the programme's archive
An insight into eight professions. Sealladh air ochd dhreuchdan eadar-dhealaichte.
Naguib Mahfouz's Egyptian family saga, starring Omar Sharif
Alcoholiaeth a chyffuriau ymysg y Cymry Cymraeg. Alcoholism and drug addiction
Program de cheol Ceilteach. Celtic music programme
Program de cheol Ceilteach. Celtic music programme.
Sgwrs a chÃ¢n ar fore Calan gydag Aled Jones a'i westeion. Festive music and chat with Aled
Hardeep Singh Kohli explores what the song 'Caledonia' means to Scottish people.
From spaghettification to uncertainty, Lynne Truss unpicks puzzling scientific language.
Andy Parfitt tells the story of the Californian music scene of the 1960s and early 1970s
The story of Billy Boyd and Gavin Bain, who hatched an audacious scam.
BBC Radio Scotland
A documentary about the hugely popular Californian rock band.
BBC Radio 2
Jonathan Powell interviews key advisers to American presidents and British prime ministers
Call Kaye brings a human touch to the stories making the news
Comedy series from writers Myfanwy Alexander and Emyr Roberts
Topical comedy written by and featuring Myfanwy Alexander and Emyr Roberts
Zubeida Malik meets young British Arabs who took part in the Arab uprisings.
Rob Phillips hosts a phone-in on the latest sporting action
Jimmy Porter, a radio ham for over 70 years, tells Paul Moore about his passion.
BBC Radio Ulster
Listeners air their views on consumer news and issues
Bettany Hughes presents a series of discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas
Dominic Arkwright talks to people who have taken or made life-changing phone calls
Michael White recalls the last time a Labour PM took over from his predecessor in mid-term
Programme concentrating on Welsh politics - in Cardiff, Westminster or Brussels
Hugh Sykes visits the site of the world's largest earth satellite station.
John Bennett fields calls and plays Christmas requests from Northern Irish ex-pats.
John Bennett chats to and plays Christmas requests from Northern Irish ex-pats.
BBC Radio Foyle
John Bennett chats with and plays Christmas requests from Northern Irish ex-pats.
Ed Byrne finds out if that notorious institution, the student union bar, has had its day.
French businessman PY Gerbeau examines our cultural obsession with drinking to excess.
The story of Hello Peace, a phone line between Israelis and Palestinians.
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Three hours of West Coast' music from the Eagles to the Beach Boys and lots more.
BBC Radio Devon
Phill Jupitus celebrates the Calvin and Hobbes comic strip.
William Crawley explores the life and legacy of the French reformer John Calvin.
Anticipation builds as Joe Calzaghe prepares for his fight against Bernard Hopkins.
A tribute to the success of Joe Calzaghe.
Coverage of Fort William v Kyles Athletic, live from Mossfield Park, Oban.
Sit com newydd rhamantus am ysgol ddawnsio ballroom Larry Morris.
The Glenn Miller Recorder Quartet play an unforgettable 'In the Mood'.
Classics get a makeover from Michael Copley and Dag Ingram.
Musical highlights, interviews and backstage shenanigans from folk's leading festival
Cambridge Spies - Burgess, Philby and Maclean give you their side of the story.
Andy Gall with the essential news, travel, weather and sport to start the day.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Antonia Brickell with all the latest news, travel and weather.
Andy Gall gets you going in the morning with a bit of a laugh and some fantastic songs.
With classified results, match reports, manager and player interviews and the phone-in.
Tom Williams looks ahead to the weekend's top local and national sporting action.
Camels remain at the heart of Arabic culture. Tessa McGregor joins an Omani caravan.
The Strictly Come Dancing star invites her celebrity friends for a top afternoon of fun.
BBC Radio Norfolk
The extraordinary story of the World War Two prisoner of war camp in Watten.
Prynhawn o gyffro o'r meysydd chwarae.
Prynhawn o gyffro o'r meysydd chwarae. An afternoon of sport
Sylwebaethau llawn o gemau Darbi'r 'Dolig yn y Pro12 a sylw i gemau pêl droed y dydd.
Prynhawn llawn o pêl-droed a rygbi.
James Naughtie explores the battle for hearts and minds in Scotland's referendum.
Trevor Cox asks whether computers can ever be truly creative.
Dragon's Den millionaire Duncan Bannatyne finds out if money can really make you happy.
Kim Fletcher asks whether it is too soon to write the obituary of the newspaper
Danny Finkelstein explores the factors affecting pay levels in the UK
Chris Corcoran asks what factors will help or hinder Wales' chances of winning the trophy
Nia Roberts gyda perfformiadau gŵyl Celtfest. Nia Roberts with performances from Celtfest.
Brian Kernohan examines the impact of cystic fibrosis on families like his own.
Comedy monologues recorded at the Edinburgh festival, featuring new and seasoned writers.
New series talking to people who have kept secrets
Anita Anand investigates a new system designed to work out who is and isn't fit for work.
Chris Bowlby finds out about the 'refuseniks' to the so-called 'digital revolution'.
...Pomus & Shuman. Celebrating one of American pop's greatest ever songwriting teams