In 1920s America, Nick Carraway moves in next door to the mysterious Gatsby.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
With three hours to kill, Donald looks up an old flame - and gets a big surprise.
Michael Goldfarb looks at the history of federalism, and its successes and failures.
BBC Radio 4
Friday Night At Ten. John Clayton and Sean McGinty round off your week.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Oliver Hides and Owen Money savour the atmosphere at Wembley.
BBC Radio Wales
Oliver Hides and Owen Money mingle with Cardiff fans and celebrities en route to Wembley.
Messages from listeners are welcome as Cardiff head to Wembley.
Full commentary Millwall v AFC Wimbledon k.o.19.45 on BBC London 94.9, DAB & online.
BBC London 94.9
Wall to wall drum and bass with DJs Fabio and Grooverider
BBC Radio 1
Wall to wall drum and bass.
Sitcom about a woman who wants to be Fabulous but can't cope.
Sitcom by Lucy Clarke about a woman who wants to be Fabulous but can't cope.
Sitcom about a woman who wants to be fabulous but can't cope
The BBC Radio Nottingham and Cantamus 40th Birthday Concert.
BBC Radio Nottingham
Every Saturday afternoon Ted Reynolds plays the music that started it all.
BBC Radio Jersey
Paul Roseby investigates the disasters of British musical theatre
Gaelic terminology, proverbs and idiom, as well as Highland customs and beliefs.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
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Geoff Foster with the latest on the Coventry Blaze.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Original investigations into social injustice, public policy, inefficiency and fraud
Paul and Manny - with chat and music from the Caribbean and the sound of Bollywood.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
John Freeman's interview with English writer Evelyn Waugh. Introduced by Joan Bakewell.
Music and song from Shetland and beyond
BBC Radio Scotland
Tom Robinson explores Robert Schumann's collaborative violin sonata, Frei Aber Einsam.
Sitcom written by Sanjeev Kohli and Donald McLeary, set in a Glasgow corner shop
Dessie McCallion presents coverage of Derry City v St Patrick's Athletic, live from Dublin
BBC Radio Ulster
Commentary from Tolka Park as Derry City face Shelbourne in the FAI Cup semi-final replay.
Gerry Anderson is in conversation with Northern Irish rock guitarist Henry McCullough.
Another chance to hear Gerry Anderson meet Northern Irish rock guitarist Henry McCullough.
BBC Radio Foyle
Country music from Ness to Nashville.
Yasmeen Khan investigates the problem of caring for elderly British Asians.
Live performances, interviews and all the atmosphere of Fairport's Cropredy Convention.
The darker side of well-known fairy tales
BBC Radio 7
Sara Maitland puts her own distinctive and magical spin on classic fairy tales
Exclusive inside scoops on best-loved fairytales from top correspondents at royal palaces.
A reflective anthology which considers the impact of 9/11, ten years on.
BBC Radio 2
The life of Canadian arranger Percy Faith is celebrated by Dr Richard Niles and guests
Stories of religion and faith from across England hosted by Gavin Ashenden.
BBC Radio Bristol
Simon Mayo looks at what's available when you click on God.
Jonathan Bate investigates fraudsters and hustlers
Adventures with the Roman detective, by Lindsey Davis
The stories of the Islanders who fought the war alongside the front line troops
Thirty years after the invasion, Oliver Hides meets men who had key roles in the conflict.
Series of programmes marking the 25th anniversary of the Falklands war
Reflections on the 1982 conflict.
Peter Grant presents live from the Brandenburg Gate.
BBC Radio Devon
Series of comic horror tales, told in a strange club
A greatly beloved king, a tragic battle. Susan Morrison explores Flodden.
Anita Anand explores the taboo of relationships between teachers and students.
John Andrew returns to Paris where he lost his heart to 60s icon Francoise Hardy.
Libby Purves on how the film On the Beach brought dystopia to Hollywood.
Nick Ross investigates the health impact of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident.
Paul Wood chronicles the campaign waged by American forces in 2004 in the city of Fallujah
Frederic Raphael's sequel to the television classic The Glittering Prizes
Penny Junor hears from people dealing with having a famous parent.
The life and changing times of Woman's Weekly as it celebrates its centenary.
Looking at dilemmas within the family
Ben Jackson goes in search of relatives who lost their lives during World War 1
BBC Radio Leicester
Tim Brooke-Taylor views Chaplin's legacy in the theatre of his grandson James Thierree.
An edition of the record request show that started life on the BBC Light Programme in 1945
Sybil Le Fleur tells Mo McCullough the story of a family lost and found.
As the two minutes silence approaches, one family's story brings insight to Remembrance.
Fiona Neill explores the experience of growing up in a creatively successful family
Can Harry Potter fans change the world? Jolyon Jenkins looks at the growth of fan activism
Is Joseph Hughes the last of the pigeon fanciers or the start of a new generation?
Amazing sci-fi tales
Series of stories about magic, horror and fantasy
Priest and paranormal investigator Lionel Fanthorpe relates tales of the unexplained
Kati Whitaker goes in search of a child-free utopia among the elderly in Scotland.
Thomas Hardy's novel, dramatised by Nick McCarty
Schools programmes to improve reading and listening skills.
A boy and his mother set off to search Australia for the freedom and love she craves.
Have the final say on all the days sport.
The final say on all that's happened on the London football scene.
Murder, mayhem, Mrs Grayle and a Moose on the Loose. Ed Bishop stars as Philip Marlowe.
Coverage of Jimmy Savile's funeral.
BBC Radio Leeds
Ernest Hemingway's moving story of love and war, dramatised by Stephen Keyworth.
Fans and ex-players share fond memories of Ninian Park stadium
Annie Othen looks back at the last Royal Show.
John Bennett introduces music and memories of the former Tonic Cinema organ.
A weekly look at farming and countryside issues, including the latest on new technology
A weekly look at farming, food and countryside issues, including business news.
Helen Mark and Enda McClafferty explore a range of farming practices past and present
The story of a farm that became home to more than 300 Jewish children during the War.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Agricultural news and features with Anna Hill.
Agricultural news and features with Mark Holdstock.
Weekend edition of the rural magazine