Coverage of the Airtricity League Premier Division clash between Cork City and Derry City.
BBC Radio Foyle
Coverage of Derry City's defence of the FAI Cup against Bluebell United at Brandywell.
Dessie McCallion presents live coverage as Derry City welcome Bray Wanderers.
Live coverage as Derry City entertain Shelbourne in the Airtricity Premier Division.
Derry City travel to Richmond Park to take on Airtricity champions St Patrick's Athletic.
Derry City end their 2013 Airtricity League season with a home game against Limerick.
Manilow presents his own personal view of lyricist and songwriter Johnny Mercer.
BBC Radio 2
Clarke Peters explores Johnny Mercer's Savannah roots and how they influenced his songs.
The world's longest-running orchestral live music programme with the BBC Concert Orchestra
Join Michael Parkinson, the BBC Concert Orchestra and The John Wilson Big Band.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Local sports coverage.
Bristol Rugby v Mosely
BBC Radio Bristol
Northants' top sporting names and the sport stories that matter for your entertainment.
BBC Radio Northampton
Daily discussion, music and interviews
BBC Asian Network
BBC Radio 4
Music you choose
BBC Radio Scotland
A round up of the week's sport, plus a look ahead to the weekend.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Full match commentary of Peterborough v Cheltenham (at home).
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
The best coverage of London sport anywhere around.
BBC London 94.9
Yasmeen Khan checks out chicken shops - tasty and cheap, but are they healthy?
A profile of the controversial pianist and composer, presented by Geoffrey Smith.
BBC Radio 3
BBC Radio Ulster
BBC correspondent Roland Buerk investigates Japan's growing "rent a friend" service sector
Six selected years in BBC radio history, with Daphne Oxenford.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Coverage of Friends Provident Trophy cricket
An exploration of female friendship through the moving stories of three sets of friends.
Three couples describe how they have managed to separate but remain friends.
Women bishops? Will the Church of England approve them and can it cope with the fallout?
Mike Baker traces the changing face of primary education over the last 150 years
Jane Garvey chairs a debate on the future of primary schools.
Maria McErlane talks Eurovision with Engelbert Humperdinck, Terry Wogan and Cheryl Baker.
Turning back the clock for 4 hours of 80's classics
BBC Radio Kent
The remarkable story of Roger Linn, inventor of the drum machine.
The stories of graduates finding work internships far afield in China.
Michael Buerk talks to Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who expresses his feelings over homophobia
Carolyn Quinn looks at the work of the conciliation service ACAS.
Late night meditations in sound and music for Holy Week
Father Paul Symonds presents a late night meditation in words and music for Holy Saturday.
Tim van Eyken reveals how musicians are rediscovering 'tune books'.
Charles Wheeler analyses the Allies' resurgence in 1944 from their nadir in 1940/41
Paul Morley charts the rise of the record label and looks ahead to an uncertain future.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Series in which writers create a fictional response to the week's news
Lucy Caldwell and the BBC Belfast newsroom bring Radio 4's headlines drama to Ulster.
Robert Elms charts the history, ideology and culture of squatting.
Michael Dobbs reflects on the ups and downs of two decades of election campaigns.
Ann Widdecombe explores how single women have been depicted in popular culture.
Two popes - two different eras. Elizabeth Quigley reflects on papal visits to Scotland.
The story of a young Afghan whose life has been saved because he made it to Britain.
BBC Radio 5 live
The 1964 concert in Manchester that showcased some of America's greatest black musicians.
Documentaries series about Jamaican popular music.
Music journalist Jacqueline Springer traces the history of Motown and rap music
Lach is a New York City folk legend. He's just moved to Edinburgh. We find out why.
Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents, journalists and writers
Insight, wit and analysis from BBC correspondents around the world.
BBC World Service
Exploring the relationship the churches had with miners during the strikes 25 years ago.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Tom Heap looks at the prison farm and its special place in the history of penal policy.
The history of the man-made satellite, from Sputnik's Cold War launch to the present day.
Charting momentous gigs by US performers
Paul Jones discusses life on the road with members of The Rolling Stones.
In an exclusive interview, the Rolling Stones look back over almost 40 years on the road.
Alastair Leithead meets a British doctor and his family in Afghanistan.
Selection of broadcasts from the Radio Ulster archives
Best-selling author Val McDermid examines the development of the lesbian novel
A German archaeologist is drawn into a race to steal Buddhist treasures from the Silk Road
BBC Radio 7
Geoffrey Wall looks at the history of the Socialist Workers Party
Andrea Catherwood chairs a series of presentations offering solutions to global drought.
Peter White finds out what the blind boarding school he attended is like today
Allan Urry follows Merseyside fire service as the organisation is modernised
Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
Arts news and reviews.
Radio 4 Extra revisits the best interviews from Front Row
Alaska: The Helmericks endured Artic winters, but now Jim and Teena face a greater threat.
Programme exploring new ideas in science and meeting the researchers responsible
Peter Allen listens to soldiers talking about the realities of warfare in Afghanistan.
Jenny Cuffe on claims that Al Shabaab, the Somali Islamist group, is recruiting in Kenya.
David Frost and guests look back at some of the most memorable interviews of his career
Celebrating the extraordinary fairs once held on London's frozen River Thames.
A tribute to the broadcaster David Frost, who died in August 2013.
David Frost looks at how TV comedy has affected the political process during his career