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Alan Bennett stars in his own darkly comic requiem for a lost England. With Eleanor Bron.
BBC Radio 7
40 hot hits taking you into Christmas night.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Bridget Kendall presents an ideas discussion show which tackles the big questions
BBC Radio 4
BBC World Service
Writers are challenged to solve a murder. Written and chaired by Simon Brett
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Stories of family reunions after separation by tragedy, family circumstances or conflict
Andrew Greig's sequence of poems about two men who take a voyage to a remote Orkney island
Former stand-up comic Anna Chen goes in search of the past and future of Chinese comedy.
Short stories by Helen Simpson
Comedy drama about a family living in rural Wales
New sketch show from comedians Jack Bernhardt, Tom Crowley, Rachel Lerman and Tobi Wilson
Colin Prior talks to people who have faced the elements and experienced extreme weather
BBC Radio Scotland
A series of short stories by the author of The Great Gatsby
Series of thought-provoking talks
Elbow's Guy Garvey examines the Leonard Cohen classic Hallelujah.
BBC Radio 2
Best-selling author John Fowles was also curator of Lyme Regis Museum.
Julie Fowlis with the very best in folk and acoustic roots music from Scotland and beyond
Foy Vance and guests present the singer/songwriter's highly individual take on Christmas.
BBC Radio Ulster
The latest sports coverage, with commentary and breaking news
BBC Radio Foyle
Mark Patterson and Stephen McCauley with music and atmosphere of Ebrington's Big Weekend.
You've heard the tune; now find out about the man behind it.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
We've heard the tune 'Father John MacMillan of Barra', but who was Father John?
Christopher Morris on the identity of a British woman who kept a diary in WW2 France.
Fran and guests reflect on the how our Welsh athletes have fared at the Olympic Games.
BBC Radio Wales
Julian Jackson on the issue at the heart of the forthcoming French presidential election.
Investigating the concentration camps set up in France to hold Spanish Civil War refugees.
Dancer Margot Fonteyn and her lover are trapped in Holland during the German invasion.
With life skills to be taught, spinster Margaret transforms young working class girl Narn.
Frances Finn with local people and great guests. Find out what makes Nottinghamshire tick.
BBC Radio Nottingham
Just picked up for shoplifting, Louise has to face her open-mouthed parents.
The story of Brian Epstein during his hectic, turbulent years of managing The Beatles.
Radio 3 New Generation Artist pianist Francesco Piemontesi, recorded at Wigmore Hall.
BBC Radio 3
Jane Franchi speaks to people of all religions across the country
Tragicomic drama set in a Glasgow bar, written by Marcella Evaristi.
Kate and Patrick face terror from the sinister past of their newly renovated house.
Comedian Dave Gorman tells how receiving an email set him off on a 'Googlewhack' adventure
Amy Wadge and Frank Hennessy exchange ideas about their personal musical tastes
Paul Gambaccini explores Frank Sinatra's career during the golden age of US radio.
Frank Carson's son Tony hears a selection of recordings left by the comedian.
The creator of longest running strip 'Bristow' is celebrated by fellow cartoonists.
Mandy Patinkin and Claire Moore star in Frank Loesser's musical set in the 1920s.
Barry Manilow presents the cream of Frank Sinatra's performances.
David Jacobs presents a 13-part series on the life and times of Francis Albert Sinatra
Frank Wappat on BBC Newcastle.
Mary Shelley's gothic tale, dramatised by Nick Stafford
Adam Rutherford with astronomical insights on literature and art.
Join Frankie Connor on BBC Radio Merseyside.
BBC Radio Merseyside
The comedian entertains with the help of some special guests
Titters galore as Frankie and his star guests entertain
Denise Mina speaks to the people of Easterhouse about the legacy of Frankie Vaughan.
Chris Byrne looks around Frankie Howerd's former Somerset home.
Probing interviews with some of the arts and entertainment world's most notable figures.
Franz Kafka's surreal novel in which a man is transformed into an insect
Joseph K is an unexceptional man. Then one day he is arrested, but what is his crime?
Comedy entertainment show
A compilation of classic sketches by the dysfunctional comedy team.
Join Fraser McAlpine on BBC Radio Cornwall.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Phil Kemp investigates the reputation of Thamesmead in south east London.
Taic do sgoilearan aig a' chiad ìre den churraicealam a tha ag ionnsachadh mu cheòl
Germaine Greer presents a profile of eccentric 1970s rock icon Frank Zappa.
Fred MacAulay presents highlights from his sold-out show at the Edinburgh Festival
Fred MacAulay looks back at the summer of 2016 with an assembly of top comedians.
Joan Bakewell explores Fred Hunter's 1960s recordings of the great poets of his time.
Freddy presents his favourite musical memories, Saturdays 12:00 - 14:00.
Cheating, competition and class loom large for a male quartet of tennis players.
Pete and Freddie wonder what on earth has become of their old friend, Johnny Olive.
A tale of friendship, love and murder in ancient Asia Minor.
An unhappy spirit resents the status she has been awarded in her local church.
Simon Hoggart recalls Free Cinema, documentaries shown at the NFT between 1956 and 1959.
Author Timothy Garton Ash examines one of the most hotly debated subjects of our time.
Radio 3's festival of ideas, with interviews, talks, debates, drama and live performance
Manchester DJ and record collector Andy Votel explores Welsh language pop music.
Mobeen Azhar reports on Britain's battle to 'de-radicalise' Muslim extremists.
Comedy about an unemployed thirty-something who seems incapable of finding the right job.
What does freedom means in the modern world?
Portrait of the life of Aung San Suu Kyi by Mike Wooldridge.
Three Leicestershire celebrities are given the Freedom of the City.
BBC Radio Leicester
Alan Coren and Christopher Matthew utilise their newly-acquired freedom passes
Alan Coren and Christopher Matthew explore the joys of free local travel for the over-60s
Terry Waite and Christopher Matthew use their Freedom Passes on the buses of London.
Tony Phillips recalls a memorable performance by Afro-American contralto Marian Anderson.
Hugh Masekela explores the role of music in the freedom struggle of his home country
Melanie Phillips explores the limits of free speech.
Edward Stourton walks the most dangerous WWII escape route over the Pyrenees
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Writer Hilary Finch shares her fascination with Iceland.
Much-loved comedians Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders present seasonal specials
Exploring the culture war between secularism and a new generation of Muslims in France.
Lucy Ash explores London's new French community, as it spreads beyond South Kensington.
Ed Stourton presents a special programme on the first round of the presidential elections.
A special programme on the second round of the presidential elections.
John Hurt is The Narrator in John Fowles' tale of forbidden passions in Victorian Dorset
Coverage of the results of the French presidential election. Presented by Ed Stourton.