The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
BBC Radio 4
Agricultural news and features with Anna Hill.
Agricultural news and features with Mark Holdstock.
Weekend edition of the rural magazine
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours.
BBC Radio Devon
Bàrdachd ùr bho bhàird òga Ghàidhlig mar chomharra air Somhairle MhicGill-Eain.
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal
Aled Jones' most memorable moments on the terraces of Bangor City FC.
BBC Radio Wales
Series investigating the deaths of various creatures
Rainer Hersch explores the dazzling technique of today's musical virtuosos.
Bryan Burnett takes you into the heart of the Great Edinburgh Run held in May 2008.
BBC Radio Scotland
Slimline sitcom about fighting the flab. Stars Michael Troughton.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Bradford has some of the worst rates for obesity in England. Mussy Abbasi reports.
Lilia Kopylova explores the average British male's total lack of interest in dancing.
Andrew Sachs stars as GK Chesterton's famous clerical sleuth
New family sitcom written by and starring Irish comedian Jason Byrne.
Readings based on the autobiography and journals of Kathleen Scott, widow of Captain Scott
Hardeep Singh Kohli traces the stormy creation of the Football Association 150 years ago.
Two Falklands veterans with mixed feelings about having sons in the military.
Nihal Arthanayake on fathers and daughters in the South Asian Community.
Kurt Elling investigates the story of the meeting between Fats Waller and Al Capone.
BBC Radio 2
Aasmah Mir asks if Scottish society has been split in two by the independence referendum.
Martin Jenkin's fable adaptation of a man selling his soul to the Devil. Stars Mark Gatiss
The evil supremo meets Dr Faustus. Martin Jenkins' adaptation of a man selling his soul.
Short stories written by the English author Fay Weldon
A lively blend of arts, competitions, celebrity guests and outside broadcasts.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Three hours of lively music, entertaining features, competitions and guests.
Tom Mangold presents a history of the first 100 years of the FBI
Phill Jupitus, John Cooper Clarke and Johnny Green at the first day of the Tour de France.
A programme from the series which explored the manuscripts of folklorist Calum MacLean.
Rod Liddle argues that we need to be sceptical of claims of a brain drain.
Series of horror and suspense tales, hosted by the Man in Black
Sgeulachd-beatha Thòmais MhicLeòid à Leòdhas, maraiche a choisinn dà Bhonn Pòlar.
From reporter to preacher, the road to the ministry with Alasdair MacAulay
Early morning music and entertainment with the DJ team of Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates
BBC Radio 1
The home of the Radio 1 Live Lounge
Mario Petrucci's collection of poems evokes the workhouse at Southwell, Nottinghamshire.
News, debate, music and entertainment at lunchtime
Are rooks and crows as intelligent as apes? Joanna Pinnock investigates.
Across Britain, cremation ashes remain uncollected. Amanda Mitchinson investigates why.
Radio 4's forum for comments, queries, criticisms and congratulations
David Loyn investigates why US food aid policy isn't working, and how it could be reformed
David Grant revisits a unique era in British music when jazz funk exploded onto the scene.
Mark Radcliffe and his buddy Wammo set off on a poignant search for Doctor Feelgood.
Spotlighting the life and career of disco pioneer Donna Summer.
Nina's daughter Simone explores her mother's life and career
BBC Radio 6 Music
Nina Simone's daughter explores her mother's life and career.
Radio 4 explores the story of Nigerian musican and political revolutionary, Fela Kuti.
Like Women's Hour but without the women. And it only goes on for half an hour
Spooky tales by great women writers
Penny Marshall investigates the dark secret of women who sexually abuse children.
The 1970s - feminism, HRT and the joys of growing old disgracefully. Stars Lesley Manville
Three short stories from leading writers exploring the contemporary feminist landscape
Biography of one of the most notorious women of the 20th century, read by Juliet Stevenson
The Velvet Underground singer was immortalised on Andy Warhol's influential album.
David Stafford celebrates the Fender Stratocaster with the help of some key players.
Autobiography by a Tory grandee. Read by Oliver Ford Davies
Tales related to Scottish ferry journeys
Highlights of the 2010 Festival Cafe shows at Edinburgh's International Conference Centre
BBC Radio 7
News, interviews and coverage from the Edinburgh Festival
Marie-Louise Muir and Kim Lenaghan present an update from the Belfast Festival at Queens.
BBC Radio Ulster
Vic Morgan and Alison Johns take a look at some of the region's music festivals.
Bethan Elfyn and Adam Walton present interviews and live sessions from Portmeirion.
Your favourite Radio Cumbria presenters perform a festival of your favourite carols.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Stephen Cleobury directs the choir for the annual Festival from King's College, Cambridge.
The annual Festival from the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge.
From the Roman Catholic Church of St Thomas in St Helier.
BBC Radio Jersey
The annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols from King's College, Cambridge
BBC Radio 3
A traditional Christimas Eve service of readings and carols from King's College, Cambridge
BBC World Service
Chris Stuart presents the Royal British Legion's Festival of Remembrance.
Chris Stuart presents highlights from the Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance.
The annual event pays tribute to the armed forces and remembers all victims of conflict.
Traditional and contemporary music performances, recorded live by Radio Ulster
Stocktons Wing at the Belfast Festival at Queens, recorded in 1992.
Kim Lenaghan explores festive food past and present
Às an tasglann prògram a' comharrachadh Blàr Festubert a chuireadh sa Chèitean 1915.
Nick Hornby on the 20th anniversary of his best-selling football memoir Fever Pitch.
The poet Lavinia Greenlaw revels in Ezra Pound's manifesto, A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste.
Andrew Keen uncovers the new elites of the digital age
Frances Hodgson Burnett's adventure with Fraser Kerr and Beryl Reid
Fred Macaulay in 1960 marking the occasion of the opening of the North Ford Causeway.
Gillian Clarke's poetic celebration of rural summertime.
Billy Kay explores the effects of the American Civil Rights Movement on Scottish society.
David Goldblatt tells the turbulent story of FIFA, international football's governing body
A fresh look at the stories of the week with journalists from our 27 language sections
Gordon Smith takes listeners down memory lane