Improvised chat show hosted by Justin Edwards
BBC Radio 4
Stories that matter to the Midland's African and Caribbean communities.
BBC Local Radio
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.
BBC Radio 2
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
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Julian Evans explores the blend of fact and fiction surrounding Anton Chekhov's demise.
Veronika Eberle, Nicolas Altstaedt and Francesco Piemontesi play Beethoven and Schumann.
BBC Radio 3
Coverage and reaction from the Cheltenham Festival
BBC Radio 5 live
A selection of readings to celebrate the Booker Prize's 40th anniversary in 2008
BBC Radio Gloucestershire brings you all the big names, sights and sounds of the festival.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
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.
Sixties hard-boiled crime fiction by Chester Himes, part of his Harlem Detective series.
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
BBC Radio 7
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.
BBC Radio Wales
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.
Join the Radio Shetland team in their fundraising efforts for Children in Need.
Join the Radio Orkney team in their fundraising efforts for Children in Need.
Fourteen-year-old Holly can't believe her luck when she is asked out by 20-year-old Jay.
Orkney's annual fundraising programme with a live on-air auction, pledges and live music.
Radio Shetland's annual marathon fundraising programme packed with live music and guests.
Pledge money for a chance to hear your favourite song as we gear up for Children in Need.
Radio 2 harnesses the nation's favourite stars to raise money for BBC Children In Need
Children in Need Rocks Scotland presented by Bryan Burnett and Edith Bowman.
Highlights of the charity concert starring Take That, Shirley Bassey and Paul McCartney.
Live music from a classic Scottish pop line-up including Love and Money and The Bluebells.
Highlights of our concert for Children in Need.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Eleven-year-old Skye is left to look after her little brother Dexter. How will she cope?
Nell Leyshon's drama about students facing mental health challenges.
Catherine Merridale talks to Poles who have recently come to live and work in Britain.
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The story of German children who were fostered by Dutch families after World War II.
Series following the youngsters who went to Singapore in support of London's Olympic bid
Clare Jenkins tells the story of children cared for in 'scattered homes' of Sheffield.
Ten years on from the tsunami, 5 live hears from survivors who were children at the time.
Jim White meets some very rich young people as they consider their future.
Mike Thomson reports from Northern Iraq on the changing role of child soldiers.
Denis Nightingale presents interviews with former child migrants here and in Australia.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Winifred Robinson looks at how serious offending by youngsters is tackled in this country.
BBC Radio York brings you a children's Christmas.
BBC Radio York
Christmas Day entertainment.
BBC Radio Leeds
Sam Walker joins the Christmas festivities live from a children's home in Manchester.
on BBC Radio Cornwall
Spoof children's programme with Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller
Sandy Chalmers celebrates the long-running BBC institution.
Alexis Petridis tells the story of chillout from Bach, Brian Eno and beyond.
Mark Mardell explores the relationship between the world's two greatest powers.
Programme following a number of people attempting to adopt a child from China
Childless Nick and Naomi adopt a baby from a Chinese orphanage.
Lars Tharp explores the Chinese porcelain industry
Rana Mitter discovers the unexpected thinking behind China's welfare state.
Anna Chen finds out what novelty toys tell us about Britain's relationship with China.
Carrie Gracie presents a series exploring ten great lives from Chinese history
Martin Kelner asks if China is set to overtake Britain as the home of snooker.
East meets West. Updates Manchester's Chinese community.
BBC Radio Manchester
Philip Dodd boards a Chinese tour bus of Britain to explore Chinese cultural expectations.
Anna Chen sets out to uncover the early history of the Chinese who came to Britain
Li Cunxin, Madame Mao's favourite dancer, tells Darcey Bussell about his amazing journey.
The story of a society which lives close to the rhythms and drumbeats of nature
African novelist Chinua Achebe returns to Nigeria for the first time in many years.
Mark Stephen talks to people who have chosen to follow in the footsteps of their parents
Sue Nelson investigates the humble source of the silicon chip.
Stiùireadh agus taic do sgoilearan ann a bhith a' cleachdadh an cinn ann am matamataig.
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