An account of the murder of 18-year-old Bryant Tennelle.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
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
BBC Radio 7
Charlotte Smith explores once-great houses that are now in ruins
Archaeologist Christine Finn taps her foot to ancient sounds not heard for millennia.
BBC Radio 4
Bestselling crime writer Denise Mina presents five brand new ghost stories.
BBC Radio Scotland
Actor Jack Shepherd goes backstage to unearth the strange tales of haunted theatres.
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 do not 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.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
As many records as we can manage including sessions and concerts from the BBC archive.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Gideon Coe and Chris Hawkins are joined by author Bob Stanley and poet John Hegley.
Dr Gideon Fell's only clue to a brutal killing afloat is an engraved weapon.
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.
Ben Macintyre explores the tricky world of diplomatic gift giving.
Cherrie McIlwaine reads the classic tale of a down at heel young couple at Christmas.
BBC Radio Ulster
A young man, dying of an incurable disease, asks an old friend to join him on a journey.
Y comediwr o Gwm Tawe sy'n wynebu ei ofnau a pherfformio o flaen cynulleidfa ddiethr.
BBC Radio Cymru
Richard Rees a Magi Dodd yn cyflwyno o gig 'Hanner Cant' ym Mhafiliwn Pontrhydfendigaid.
Seonag NicLeòid a' cuimhneachadh air Gilbert MacPhàil a fhuair am Bonn Òr ann a 1934.
Comedy producer Jimmy Gilbert and Colin Gilbert look back on 50 years of comedy hits.
Ruth Padel explores writer WS Gilbert's work 100 years after his death
Budleigh Salterton's biggest exporter of idiocy launches himself on an undeserving world
Gillebrìde MacIlleMhaoil air turas gu Ierusalem mus gluais e gu baile Bhetlehem.
Gillebrìde MacIlleMhaoil a' tadhal air campa fhògarrach Aida eadar Betlehem is Beit Jala.
Joining the musical dots.
BBC Radio 1
Joining the musical dots: soul, hip-hop, house, Afro, Latin, electronica, jazz and beyond.
Gilles Peterson's Musica Brasileira showcases the very best of Brazil's music culture
BBC Radio 2
Tony Gillham with a blend of music and fun, and special features.
BBC Radio Oxford
Tony Gillham plays non-stop classic hits Sunday evenings from 5pm.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Two hours of handpicked classics from the past 5 decades.
All the greatest hits from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
All the greatest hits from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
Tony Gillham with the music that provides the soundtrack to your life.
BBC Radio Jersey
Adaptation of the Gillian Cross book, with Lucy Speed and Edward de Souza
The effect on a family when Uncle Elwyn just disappears one day. Read by Alice Arnold.
Aunt Susie and Uncle Trevor's trip proved momentous, but didn't go according to plan.
A simple container became a symbol of a devastating moment in history. Read by Anna Massey
A young bride moves into a former school and starts sensing its previous tragic events.
Gilly Fraser and Kim Inglis are reunited in their preparations for Christmas.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Join Gilly Fraser and Kim Inglis on BBC Cumbria.
Gilly brings you the latest from around the area.
Two witty tales by Isaac Asimov. Hell dimensions, time travel and robots are on the menu.
A reflection in sound on the life of Virginia Fiennes, first wife of explorer Sir Ranulph.
Brothers James and William MacSporran go on a trip around Giogha.
Five years ago Amy disappeared. Lucy Caldwell's play explores how her family are coping.
Chat, cheek and chortles: Lisa Rogers and Co say it like it is
BBC Radio Wales
Karen Dunbar explores 100 years of girl guiding in Scotland.
Kelly Windsor Burgin brings you the essential listen for the lasses of Bristol.
BBC Radio Bristol
Comedy starring Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam
Emma Goswell and Helen Brown round off your bank holiday Monday.
BBC Radio Manchester
After the excesses of the festive season, kick back with Emma Goswell and Helen Brown.
Gòrdan Camshron le dealbh bhon Giro d'Italia a thòisich ann an Èirinn a Tuath.
Lesley Riddoch asks why we don't invest more in education during the early years.
Programme giving a voice to people with extraordinary stories to tell
Ciara MacLaverty talks frankly about how she has lived with ME for the past 20 years.
At 58 Nancy was told she had dementia. She tells her story of living with the diagnosis.
Richard Hollingham examines British plans for a moon mission.
Ian McMillan goes to Doncaster to explore the unique heritage of working men's clubs.
The history of the institutions that opened as Labour Exchanges 100 years ago.
Heather Payton meets some of the UK's high-profile philanthropists
Professor Anne Glover asks whether science is still a man's world.
Ricky Ross discovers how one Scottish company is giving back the freedom of speech.
Will Trevor Cox, a professor of acoustic engineering, be able to give up music for Lent?
Winifred Robinson investigates what more could be done for the victims of crime.
Chris Ledgard looks at how sports science has redefined Olympic success for Team GB.
Tales of people who make their living by some novel and extraordinary means
Classic metaphysical thriller
Tom Robinson presents a look at ageing in the creative industries.
Glasgow Gaels reflect on the city's influence as a native homeland and place of residence
People tell of Glasgow in our language. Muinntir Ghlaschu a' bruidhinn.
A celebration of Scottish poet and humorist Ivor Cutler - presented by Arnold Brown.
Glasgow's sicker than it should be. Why? Iain Macwhirter investigates.
Colin Paterson returns to Glasgow, six months after the city hosted the Commonwealth Games
BBC Radio 5 live
Janice Forsyth presents Proms in the Park live from Glasgow Green.
BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Radio 5 live join forces on each day of the Commonwealth Games.
Derek Bateman presents live results and analysis from the Glasgow North East by-election.
In May 2014, a major fire ripped through the Glasgow School of Art. How has it recovered?
The intriguing psychiatric phenomenon in which people believe they have turned into glass.
Coverage of the Glastonbury Festival from Worthy Farm in Somerset
BBC Somerset's coverage of the Glastonbury Festival.
6 Music presenters and listeners pick their highlights of festivals gone by.
Five performance poets keep poetry diaries as they arrive for the Glastonbury Festival.