The Dickens novel, following the life of David Copperfield from childhood to maturity
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Dickens's classic tale about the turbulent childhood of orphan Pip. Starring Maggie Steed
Dickens' satire on the shortcomings of the government and 1850s society. With Ian McKellen
Charles Dickens' oft overlooked tale of a huge-hearted landlady and her eccentric lodgers
Charles Dicken's classic tale of the life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
An evocative dramatisation of the Dickens classic
Charles Dickens' last Christmas story is a vivid account of a man tormented by his past.
Dickens' classic tale about a lovable old shopkeeper whose gambling threatens to ruin him
Charles Dickens' first novel, following the journeys of Mr Pickwick and his friends
The eerie tale of a signalman haunted by a spectre warning him of danger on the railway.
Classic novel by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris during the French Revolution
BBC Radio 7
Classic tale about the turbulent childhood of orphan Pip. Starring Maggie Steed
Comic stories of London life
One New Year's Eve, the humble Trotty Veck learns the importance of love and hope.
A revealing insight into Charles Hawtrey, one of Britain's most memorable comedy actors.
BBC Radio 4
Charles Hazlewood presents a series investigating eclectic musical exploration
BBC Radio 2
A new six-part series finding the links between seemingly unconnected pieces of music.
Join Charles Nove on BBC Radio Oxford.
BBC Radio Oxford
Bill Nighy stars as actor cum amateur sleuth Charles Paris
Tim Blackmore and Gillian Reynolds celebrate the radical documentary series.
Prizes awarded to students for the best radio feature, honouring the producer and writer
Live coverage of the Charles Taylor trial verdict.
BBC World Service
Charles Wheeler presents personal interpretations of what the end of WWII meant to people.
Charles Wheeler marks the 60th anniversary of the wartime evacuation of Britain's cities.
On the occasion of his 80th birthday, journalist Charles Wheeler talks to Jeremy Paxman.
Charles Wheeler tells the story of his search for the rightful home of a tiny portrait.
Charles Wheeler on the migration of 150,000 children from Britain between 1900 and 1967.
Repeat of part of a series in which Charles Wheeler presents a history of national service
Charlie with music and entertainment galore.
BBC Radio Solent
A selection of intriguing sounds from around the world
BBC Radio 3
BBC World Service DJ Charlie Gillett has died after a long illness at the age of 68.
Join Charlie Jordan on BBC WM.
BBC WM 95.6
Join Charlie McArdle on BBC Radio Jersey.
BBC Radio Jersey
Hip hop heat and heavy hits.
BBC Radio 1
The people's prince!
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Join Charlie Taylor on BBC Somerset.
Fishing obsessive Charlie Whelan with special guests
Charlotte Bronte's classic love story, with Sophie Thompson and Ciaran Hinds
Love, longing and loss set against a backdrop of turbulence and unrest in 1811 Yorkshire
Dramatisation of Charlotte Bronte's novel about a professor at an all-girl's school
Charlotte Brontë's novel about Lucy Snowe, who travels to Villette to take a teaching post
Charlotte gets everyone across Wales in the mood for Christmas with music and chat.
BBC Radio Wales
The Welsh singer performs an exclusive concert recorded in Cardiff, and joins Bethan Elfyn
Join Charlotte Foster on BBC Radio Stoke.
BBC Radio Stoke
Two women find common ground when confined to an insane asylum.
Josie d'Arby tells the remarkable story of Charlotte White's road to musical redemption.
Sue Teddern's drama based on the Rank Charm School. With Dinah Sheridan
Richard Bacon provides a top ten countdown of the most talked about moments across the UK
BBC Radio 5 live
Richard Bacon's top 20 countdown of the most talked about moments of the last 12 months.
Richard Bacon counts down the most entertaining stories of the last 12 months
Paul Morley goes in search of the pros and cons of celebrity
Meet the Devonians changing their jobs, looking for new adventures and lifestyles.
BBC Radio Devon
Stories that matter to the Midland's African and Caribbean communities.
Sara Parker reports on the friction between different youth cultures in Peterborough.
Charlie Johnson delves into his extensive jazz collection
BBC Radio Scotland
A look at the myth of Che Guevara to mark his 80th birthday.
Andy Kershaw explores the post-war golden age of British micro-cars.
The story of medicine in Scotland from sacred waters to beta blockers and ultrasound
Edi Stark talks to banned Scottish cyclist David Millar.
Highlighting the best that BBC Asian Network has to offer
BBC Asian Network
Medical discussion phone-in programme with weekly guest experts
John Sergeant invites his guests to a musical celebration of the ancient art of toasting.
Six young writer-performers with revue based comedy
Veronika Eberle, Nicolas Altstaedt and Francesco Piemontesi play Beethoven and Schumann.
Coverage and reaction from the Cheltenham Festival
A selection of readings to celebrate the Booker Prize's 40th anniversary in 2008
Chris Page examines the use of anabolic steroids in gyms in Northern Ireland.
BBC Radio Ulster
How chemist Fritz Haber saved billions from starvation - and pioneered gas warfare too.
Dr Graham Easton explores how the brain deals with drugs and who might become an addict
Marshall Chess tells the story of the legendary Chicago record label.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Marshall Chess tells the story of the Chicago record label.
Harlem, 1965: $87,000 is missing. Grave Digger Jones and Coffin Ed Johnson want it back.
Music, lively conversation and news for the Asian community with Chetan Patak.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Scotland's favourite comedy, with banter and sketches from Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan
Naturalist and journalist Henry Nicholls traces the story of Chi-Chi the panda.
Paul McClean presents highlights from disco legends Chic.
BBC Radio Foyle
Crime dramas starring Kenneth Cranham as Joyce Porter's slovenly sleuth
Journalist Adam Lusekelo recently became a Nyakusa chief in southern Tanzania.
Opening night of the Belfast Festival, featuring legendary Irish group The Chieftains.
Graham Spiers talks to sons and daughters of ministers about their upbringing
Poet Lemn Sissay looks for the lost memories of his time in social care as a child.
John McCarthy investigates child evangelists in the US.
Emily Buchanan explores the dilemmas of sponsoring children in developing countries.
A funny, evocative memory of a boy's Christmas in Wales.
Dylan Thomas' magical poem, set in a small Welsh town. Read by singer Cerys Matthews.
Actor Matthew Rhys reads Dylan Thomas's magical tale.
Comedy by Lucy Clarke, set in a children's nursery.
Auctions, pledges, music and fun - all raising money for Children In Need.
Fourteen-year-old Holly can't believe her luck when she is asked out by 20-year-old Jay.