Dramatisation of the novel by George Eliot
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Dramatisation by Robert Forrest of George Eliot's 1876 novel
George Eliot's classic novel, dramatised by Judith Adams
George Eliot's 19th century classic, starring Michael Fitzgerald and Terry Molloy
Stuart Maconie celebrates Wigan's most famous son
BBC Radio 2
Tale of a group of Victorian writers' struggles with integrity and poverty
Michael Palin presents a tribute to George Harrison.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Live music round-up, with new and classic live tracks and events information
Romance and the Arts
Three short stories by one of Orkney's finest writers
BBC Radio 4
In 1930s London, would-be poet Gordon Comstock tries hard not to conform.
Bill Nighy reads George Orwell's famous cautionary fable
BBC Radio 7
Claire White uncovers the story of Bostock and Wombwell's travelling menagerie.
BBC Radio Scotland
A proposal goes disastrously wrong for Lord Sheringham in this Regency tale of romance.
Judith Taverner defies brawling Regency London to make her claim on High Society.
Georgey wakes up North Yorkshire with a smile and the day's essential news and sport.
BBC Radio York
Join Georgia Mann on BBC Three Counties Radio.
BBC Three Counties Radio
When Sheila meets the son she gave up for adoption, some home truths are uncovered.
A comedy about a dog-loving mum, her saint-obsessed daughter and a new doctor.
Euro 2008 - Georgia v Alba
Euro 2008 - Georgia v Scotland
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Short stories by James Hopkin, inspired by his travels in Georgia in autumn 2008
Amanda Foreman examines the formative years of British politics.
Join Georgie Frost on BBC Hereford & Worcester.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Chat, music and fun: the perfect soundtrack to your Sunday lunch.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Geraint ac Eleri sy'n dod a'r bwrlwn o Sioe Frenhinol Cymru. At the Royal Welsh Show
BBC Radio Cymru
Geraint Lloyd gyda digon o gerddoriaeth, sgwrs a hysbys o stiwdio Aberystwyth.
Sgwrs gyda cantorion a chyfansoddwyr cyfoes Cymru. Chatting to singers and songwriters.
Geraint Løvgreen yn holi rhai o brif gyfansoddwyr Cymru. Geraint Løvgreen meets composers.
Naturalist Gerald Durrell's childhood with his eccentric family on the island of Corfu
The perfect end to a magical day. Gerald takes you through to midnight.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Join Gerald Jackson on BBC Radio Manchester.
BBC Radio Manchester
Join Gerald Main on BBC Essex.
The story of 50 years of Jersey's Wildlife Preservation Trust.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Writer and psychogeographer Iain Sinclair goes in search of WG Sebald.
Chris Bowlby reports on Hollywood's long search for anti-Nazi heroes.
Will immigration from southern Europe help Germany's chronic labour shortage.
Neil MacGregor explores 600 years of Germany's complex and often challenging history.
Quirky mid-morning entertainment for the family from Gerry Anderson.
BBC Radio Ulster
Gerry Anderson follows the trail of the Ulster-Scots, from Ballycarry to Nashville.
Join Gerry Byrne on BBC Three Counties Radio.
Gerry Kelly livens up the day with music and conversation
Join Gerry for an afternoon of music, celebrity interviews and features on local talent.
Musical nostalgia and chat.
BBC Radio Sheffield
How Victor's part-Catholic yet rebellious family dashed any hopes of a carefree boyhood.
Ricky Ross presents a profile of Gerry Rafferty, with contributions from many who knew him
Gerry Anderson attempts to track down the history of the classic tune Danny Boy.
Gerry Anderson tests out some of Northern Ireland's reputedly haunted buildings
Oxford don Gervase Fen becomes embroiled in murder at a London film studios
Aled Jones on the bizarre life and tormented music of Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa.
Clare English speaks to people who quit their day job to do something they love.
Two hours of requests on Radio Scotland.
An hour of essential music
One hour of requests from Radio Scotland. Nominate your favourite song.
Mal Pope and Alan Thompson relive the highlights of Radio Wales' Dame Shirley Bassey Day.
BBC Radio Wales
Documentary about the godfather of soul, James Brown
Mark Lamarr presents an in-depth profile of James Brown.
Gethin Jones hosts two hours of music and chat.
Sporting conversation and previews of the big sports events
BBC Radio 5 live
Gethin Jones presents a special programme for New Year's Day.
Gethin Jones and friends celebrate the new year and look forward to 2010.
Former lovers Pam and Merv open a cyber section in their Vodka and Veggie cafe
Jane Garvey investigates the history of the female voice in broadcasting
Alasdair Sandford assesses Christine Lagarde, France's first female finance minister.
Steve Punt investigates the growing trend for industry awards ceremonies.
Tim Marlow talks to celebrated photographer David Bailey about his work
BBC Radio York brings you an in-depth chat with a North Yorkshire personality.
Mandy Morton examines the life of one of the greatest authors.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Mandy Morton gets to know the famous crime writer.
Anne McElvoy, Evening Standard Executive Editor, discusses the notion of meritocracy
Andrew Brown investigates the frontier of our knowledge about new brain cells.
150 years on, James Naughtie examines the relevance of the Gettysburg Address for today.
Àbhachdas agus dibhearsain le John A MacIomhair. Fun and entertainment with John A MacIver
Plotting the course of one family against the backdrop of a revolution in crime.
A special ghostly tale, written and performed by Bob.
A Christmas visit to their Uncle proves to be a haunting experience for two children
A sci-fi adventure by cult writer, Piers Anthony
Archaeologist Christine Finn taps her foot to ancient sounds not heard for millennia.
Bestselling crime writer Denise Mina presents five brand new ghost stories.
A collection of spooky tales
In this haunting tale, Regina overcomes muteness with some help from the afterlife.
Ian Marchant travels on the trains that don't appear in timetables, to unused stations.
A village appears to survive the huge impact of a meteor. Sci-fi thriller by Marty Ross
Tales of encounters with the paranormal
Chris Young says farewell to a Cornish china clay pit forced to close for economic reasons
Paul Gambaccini explores Elvis's military career.
Martha Kearney traces the impact on Britain of the US troops that arrived during WWII
Desmond Olivier Dingle and Raymond Box present the epic struggle of the Suffragettes.
Màrtainn Dòmhnallach a' leughadh a' chiad earrann de sgeulachd Alasdair Mhicleòid.
As many records as we can manage including sessions and concerts from the BBC archive.
Gideon Coe and Chris Hawkins are joined by author Bob Stanley and poet John Hegley.
A woman is murdered in a London hotel. John Dickson Carr's thriller stars Donald Sinden.
The story of Faslane Peace Camp, Scotland's longest-running protest camp.