Billy Kay explores the effects of the American Civil Rights Movement on Scottish society.
BBC Radio Scotland
Novelist Bernardine Evaristo on the complex man at the heart of the black arts movement.
BBC Radio 4
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
BBC World Service
Gordon Smith takes listeners down memory lane
Tony Wilson traces the story of the first rock 'n' roll song to top the charts.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Anthony Howard takes an autobiographical look at fifty years in the newspaper industry
Cllebrating 50 years behind the microphone.
BBC Radio Northampton
Dougray Scott celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of the world's best-selling novels.
BBC Radio 2
Anthony Howard looks back at key episodes that have marked the Queen's reign.
Live from the Nottingham Arena, Karl Froch takes on Andre Dirrell.
BBC Radio Nottingham
A tribute to Jimmy Reid, the late trade unionist and journalist.
How four remarkable people fought back to regain their lives after a dramatic event
Akaash Bhatia is Britain's only professional Sikh boxer. Munira Mirza follows his progress
A hilarious look at the world of sport as guests compete for points with their punditry.
BBC Radio 5 live
6 Music go head to head with 5 live in the renowned points for punditry show.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Lively news debate in which panel of four guests win points for punditry
Kat Arney investigates why little girls are addicted to the colour pink, and if it matters
Andy Martin asks what influence loyalists retain on the politics of Northern Ireland.
Award-winning current affairs documentary series
Music in between programmes.
The latest releases, the hottest stars and the leading directors, plus news and insights
Alexander Walker discovers why Humphrey Bogart is a classic movie hero.
Hardeep Singh Kohli explores the world of Indian independent cinema
John Godber takes a last look around Bretton Hall College in West Yorkshire.
Guests describe how they would choose to spend their final day on earth
BBC Radio Wales
A world famous actor-manager is about to star in his greatest role.
Reports from today's sporting action and the phone-in - 01473 212121 (national rate).
BBC Radio Suffolk
Michael Stewart looks at what happens to football players when the final whistle is blown.
David Owen Norris explores how the word Amen has appeared in music over the centuries.
Tim Samuels takes a light-hearted look at the New York Jewish dating scene.
With the title of City of Culture 2017, what is the vision for the future of Hull?
Quentin Cooper looks at the weaknesses in GPS and the future of navigation.
A son's 40 year search brings him from Canberra to Dorset. Nominated for the Frank Gillard
BBC Radio 7
Helen Keen explores selective mutism, a condition often described as a phobia of speaking.
Charlotte Cory's comedy explores the perils of internet dating for the middle-aged man
Children's author Anne Fine examines the enduring appeal of the stories of Enid Blyton.
Edith Pearlman's short story describes the travels of a pinstripe suit.
Claudia Hammond asks how much we can trust fingerprint evidence.
Join Fiona Phillips on BBC Radio London.
BBC Radio London
Ailig O'Henley le sgeulachd Obar Dheathain an Cupa Eòrpach nan 'Cup Winners' ann an 1983.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Singer-songwriter James Taylor talks to Johnnie Walker about his remarkable life.
Owain Glyndwr determines to fight Bolinbroke to the last drop of Welsh blood.
Ag ionnsachadh mar a tha facail is litrichean air am fuaimneachadh: fuaim "ch".
An aid worker is torn between obligations back home and his commitments to flood relief.
Julie plays fiery Julia to save her husband's career, but what about their marriage?
A drama by Audrey Gillan exploring the links between football and domestic abuse.
A look at whether blood really is thicker than water in the world of family business
Dr Mark Porter on whether adult health is determined by the first thousand days of life
1903 Sheffield's on-location Daring Daylight Burglary inspired every action movie since.
Unearthing the real people who were the original models for famous literary characters
Phil Goodlad meets the Shetland team who took on the Faroese national team forty years ago
Weekly arts programme on the work of an individual singer, artist, poet or actor.
The extraordinary story of how classic Irish folk songs were saved from extinction.
BBC Radio Ulster
Coverage of First Minister's Questions from the Scottish Parliament
What it means to be an indigenous person of so-called First Nations status.
Les Woodland tells the story of Captain Plugge and the first station to take on the BBC.
Val McDermid looks into Allan Pinkerton, the man who gave the world the term 'private eye'
Drama resources for children aged 7 to 9.
Yasmin Hai explores British Muslim writing and the forging of a literary Islamic gaze.
Interviews with major artists revealing the moments and songs that shaped their careers.
Chris Yates and guests explore the finer traits of some of Britain's coarse fish
In the port of Astoria, Oregon, Katrina Porteous reports on the Fisher Poets Gathering.
Sean Street looks at a radio programme about fishing that has forged a cultural identity.
Following the lives of the fishermen and their families who live on the Lleyn Peninsula
Nica Pritchard introduces the art of fly fishing to a group of Muslim women.
Nica Pritchard teaches a group of Muslim women the art of fly fishing.
The women who overcame grief through friendship and sea shanties.
Anne McElvoy and John Harris host a series of debates on institutions under pressure.
Gyles Brandreth recalls the famous and notorious people who feature in his diaries.
Aesop's classic fables in a modern translation, narrated by Billy Connolly.
Series looking at exceptional gardens from various different countries
Five men called Mohammed reflect on their lives
Dr Thomas Dixon explores the changing meaning of friendship over the centuries.
Coverage of live football games, plus cricket, rugby, Formula One, tennis and golf
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Gyles Brandreth explores the creative connections between five Victorian authors.
Songs and stories from the Five Penny Piece, one of Lancashire's greatest groups.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Five originally French stories adapted to Irish settings by James Ellis
Five stories from the author's collected works.
Series of short stories by the Booker Prize-winner
Readings of five short stories by the English author
The Rev Colin Semper revisits the first religious broadcast on the network.
Writers talk about their favourite characters.
From the novel by Booker Prize winner Bernice Rubens. With Sheila Reid and Kenneth Cranham
Sara Parker investigates roadworks, those who dig them and those who despair of them.
Michael Robinson examines what went wrong with Britain's banks
Nick Baker joins workers of the Dundee Families Project on a controversial scheme.
Sue Broom looks at the genetics and health of pedigree dogs.
Songs written before their performing career began, including the Seven Ages of Woman.