Friday Night At Ten. John Clayton and Sean McGinty round off your week.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Paul Roseby investigates the disasters of British musical theatre
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Original investigations into social injustice, public policy, inefficiency and fraud
BBC Radio 4
Writers and comedians share personal stories of their first encounters with faith.
John Andrew returns to Paris where he lost his heart to 60s icon Francoise Hardy.
Nick Ross investigates the health impact of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident.
Comedy panel show in which gossip columnist Beverley Lyons looks at the funny side of fame
BBC Radio Scotland
The life and changing times of Woman's Weekly as it celebrates its centenary.
Tim Brooke-Taylor views Chaplin's legacy in the theatre of his grandson James Thierree.
The stories of three women in a touching exploration of what it means to be childless.
Can Harry Potter fans change the world? Jolyon Jenkins looks at the growth of fan activism
Frank Cottrell Boyce curates and creates the festival of his wildest dreams.
The final say on all that's happened on the London football scene.
BBC London 94.9
Richard Wright takes a weekly look at farming, countryside issues, industry and tech
BBC Radio Ulster
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours.
BBC Radio Devon
Series investigating the deaths of various creatures
Readings based on the autobiography and journals of Kathleen Scott, widow of Captain Scott
Two Falklands veterans with mixed feelings about having sons in the military.
BBC Radio Wales
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.
Short stories written by the English author Fay Weldon
Three hours of lively music, entertaining features, competitions and guests.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
The home of the Radio 1 Live Lounge
BBC Radio 1
News, debate, music and entertainment at lunchtime
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal
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.
Radio 4 explores the story of Nigerian musican and political revolutionary, Fela Kuti.
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
David Stafford celebrates the Fender Stratocaster with the help of some key players.
Às an tasglann prògram a' comharrachadh Blàr Festubert a chuireadh sa Chèitean 1915.
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
Anthony Howard looks back at key episodes that have marked the Queen's reign.
A hilarious look at the world of sport as guests compete for points with their punditry.
BBC Radio 5 live
Kat Arney investigates why little girls are addicted to the colour pink, and if it matters
Award-winning current affairs documentary series
The latest releases, the hottest stars and the leading directors, plus news and insights
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
Quentin Cooper looks at the weaknesses in GPS and the future of navigation.
Helen Keen explores selective mutism, a condition often described as a phobia of speaking.
Claudia Hammond asks how much we can trust fingerprint evidence.
Ag ionnsachadh mar a tha facail is litrichean air am fuaimneachadh: fuaim "ch".
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.
The extraordinary story of how classic Irish folk songs were saved from extinction.
Coverage of First Minister's Questions from the Scottish Parliament
Drama resources for children aged 7 to 9.
Interviews with major artists revealing the moments and songs that shaped their careers.
BBC Radio 6 Music
In the port of Astoria, Oregon, Katrina Porteous reports on the Fisher Poets Gathering.
The women who overcame grief through friendship and sea shanties.
Anne McElvoy and John Harris host a series of debates on institutions under pressure.
Dr Thomas Dixon explores the changing meaning of friendship over the centuries.
Writers talk about their favourite characters.
Michael Robinson examines what went wrong with Britain's banks
George MacDonald Fraser drama with Joss Ackland
George MacDonald Fraser's dramatisation of his own novel
Spain's current economic crisis is seeing the return of flamenco as a form of protest.
Michael Bird explores the tiny beautiful flower fields of west Cornwall and the Scillies.
Series examining the emergence of a new space race
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.
Why are youths in Northern Ireland using social networking sites to spread sectarianism?
Peter Curran celebrates the humble foghorn's powerful role in music, literature and film.
Colum selects the best traditional and contemporary folk music and song.
Mark Radcliffe walks the Pennine Way to mark its fiftieth anniversary
Mark Radcliffe explores the wide range of folk and acoustic music from around the world
Christopher Maltman debates the place of folk song in the classical recital repertoire.
The best coverage of local folk music with Stan Ambrose and Mike Brocken.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Carolyn Quinn looks at the psychology of leadership
Music critic Pete Paphides tells the story behind three follow-up albums
Shaun Ley follows the changing views of some floating voters.
Celebrating the best of British food
The economics, science and culture of putting food on your plate
Ruby Tandoh on the fascinating, evolving role played by food in art over the centuries.
Series of monologues exploring the link between food and memory.
Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
Kim Lenaghan travels Northern Ireland meeting people with a passion for food.
All the reaction to the day's matches, plus your comments on your team.
BBC Radio Humberside
BBC Radio Cumbria takes your calls on sport's hot issues.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Comic and broadcaster Ian Stone on the revolution in the way we run children's football.
Ian Stone asks what makes a football fan travel the country to watch their team play.
Paul Jackson reports on TV in China, and the British producers hoping to succeed there.
Alan Leith tells the story of the eccentric recluse who purchased Brownsea Island in 1927.
Series looking back at classic live albumss
Pirate DJ, Lil’ Patch brings her crucial radio show 'For Real FM' to CBeebies Radio.
Bettany Hughes tells the stories of women denied their families by the march of history
Mark Lawson examines how mystery novels reflect a country's history and political system.
Science journalist Linda Geddes investigates why forensic science has fallen into crisis.
Tim Marlow encourages us not to forget the novelist Lawrence Durrell.
Sarfraz Manzoor goes in search of America's black cowboys.