The Rev Neil Glover marks Easter with a service of celebration for the real world.
BBC Radio Scotland
With the Rev Scott Robertson and Glasgow Chamber Choir at St Margaret's, Newlands, Glasgow
Celebrating Lincolnshire folk.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
The Light Programme celebrates St. David's Day
BBC Radio 2
Greta Scacchi explores celebrity activism: is it good, bad, or perhaps just inevitable?
BBC Radio 4
David White chats with some his favourite guests during 2008
BBC Radio Cornwall
Anna Chen presents a tribute to Hollywood's first Chinese-American star, Anna May Wong.
Miranda Sawyer explores the impact of the Beatles' movies on popular film and culture.
Highlights from the Glasgow-based Celtic Connections festival
A feast of live performances from artists featured at Celtic Connections
Traditional Celtic music with James and Tina McKeefry.
BBC Radio Leicester
Frank Hennessy with the best in traditional and contemporary folk and acoustic music.
BBC Radio Wales
Iain Morrison and the team, live from Celtic Park.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
A rich blend of Celtic and traditional music from fresh talents and enduring favourites
Radio Wales joins Radio 4 at the Cenotaph for two minutes of silence and the Last Post.
Professor Carl Chinn visits community centres reflecting Birmingham's ethnic diversity
Series chronicling the 100 greatest artworks of the century
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A look back at the events and issues which shaped Merseyside life over the last 10 years.
BBC Radio Merseyside
An ceòl a bh' aig oileanaich Comann Oiseanach Oilthigh Ghlaschu anns na 60an.
Ceòl is craic triùir bhalach Uibhisteach an Glaschu anns na 90an.
Ceòl an òige le triùir Leòdhasach a tha a' fuireach an Dùn Èideann.
Tuilleadh mu cheòl an òige le triùir Leòdhasach a tha a' fuireach an Dùn Èideann.
Sùil air pròiseact eadar-nàiseanta airson seinn bho bheul-aithris a bhrosnachadh.
Lynette Fay presents an intimate musical evening from the An Droichead centre
BBC Radio Ulster
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A concert with youngsters from the Fèisean celebrating St Andrew's Day in Inverness.
Fios mu òrain co-cheangailte ri ceitheir cinneadhain.
Ishbel NicDhòmhnaill le fios mu òrain co-cheangailte ris a' chinneadh MacIllEathain.
A return to the long summer days, with a selection from the Hebridean Celtic Festival.
Feasgar de cheòl spioradail le taghadh de laoidhean Nollaig à Eaglais Ghearraidh na Mònadh
Cerddoriaeth Nadoligaidd drwy'r oriau mân. Festive music throughout the night
BBC Radio Cymru
Cerddoriaeth dymhorol drwy'r oriau mân. Festive music throughout the night.
Cerddoriaeth y Calan drwy'r oriau mân. Festive music throughout the night.
Cerddoriaeth Nadoligaidd drwy'r oriau mân. Festive music throughout the night.
Cerddoriaeth Nadoligaidd drwy'r oriau mân.
Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in Whitehall as the nation remembers.
Nicholas Witchell is the commentator at the Ceremony of Remembrance at the Cenotaph.
Coverage of The Service of Remembrance from the Cenotaph in London. Presented by Nichol...
BBC World Service
Series of monologues by Lynn Truss
Join the Welsh singer, author and presenter for an eclectic afternoon of festive music.
Cerys Matthews celebrates the lives of some of the great women of country music
Cerys Matthews indulges her passion for the seminal British Blues record label.
Eclectic music from blues to beats with poetry and live sessions.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Series looking back at Highland news over the last century.
Naidheachdan na Gaidhealtachd o chionn 100 bliadhna. Events 100 years ago in the Highlands
Donald Cameron travels far and wide and takes in special places
How MP Noel Pemberton Billing's treason accusations sparked a libel battle rocking the PM.
The end of an era of Hereford's family-run department store.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
The story where the listeners decide what happens next
Series in which public figures choose others to interview
Stephen Fry remembers the great Humphrey Lyttelton.
BBC Radio 7
Stephen Fry presents a special tribute to Humphrey Lyttelton.
The crime writer Val McDermid on how boarding school novels inspired her to be a writer.
Sheila McClennon reports on a radical educational experiment in a Manchester school.
Matthew Sweet asks if Citizen Kane should again be voted the greatest film ever.
Abeer McIntyre speaks to the parents of children with disabilities
Ruth fakes a family and Fuller-Carp fiddles the books. Starring John Bird and James Fleet.
Comedy about barristers who never let justice get in the way of making pots of money
Following the barristers, clerks and staff of one of London's leading law chambers
The story of three amazing weekends as Leicester City won promotion.
Live football coverage
Uninterrupted coverage of the draw for the Champions League group stage from Monaco.
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Coverage of the Chancellor of the Exchequer's Autumn Statement.
Comedy about a graduate trainee who takes charge of a rural railway station
Artist Andrew Shoben explores a controversial idea to 'rotate or retire' public artworks.
Sitcom about a troubled hormonal wife and a transvestite husband.
Spencer Leigh delves into the BBC's archives to reflect popular culture over the years.
John Sudworth looks at what life is really like in modern China.
BBC Radio 5 live
A short season of programmes looking at the issue of mental health.
Christopher Gabbitas explores the effects on singers of changing the pitch of their voice.
Margaret Heffernan meets some of the most successful businesswomen in Britain.
Exploring the vast archive of Chaplin's unfinished scripts, letters and press cuttings
Morning music and entertainment with Chappers and Dave
BBC Radio 1
Deborah attends a local crisis centre, but is it what she needs? Stars Sue Johnston.
Blind Pam and broken-hearted Jess paint each other back to life. Stars Imogen Stubbs.
Fiona Lindsay asks leading crime writers why they kill off their detectives.
At the BBC for 46 years, Charles Chilton recalls his early career at Broadcasting House.
Michael Bentine brings us an experiment in sound for 'people with ears six feet apart'.
Classic 1950s science-fiction, set in the far-flung future of the late 20th century
Charles Chilton and his cast recall 1953, when six million listeners were moon bound.
The history of slavery and the American Civil War, through songs and eyewitness accounts.