Entertainment for Saturday's early risers.
Join Graham Rogers on BBC Radio Bristol.
BBC Radio Bristol
Morning music and chat.
Married 40 years, Dot tries to make Arthur fully appreciate her and show extra affection.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A selection of tales from the English novelist's short story collection.
Late night conversation and great music with Graham on BBC WM.
BBC Local Radio
Talking love, sex and relationships and playing some of your favourite love songs.
BBC Radio Devon
Your relationship issues and lots of great love songs with Graham Torrington.
Three hours of the world’s greatest love songs with Graham Torrington.
Music, entertainment, news, sport, travel and weather.
BBC Radio Leicester
Grahame Dangerfield, veteran naturalist, revisits the place he thought was Eden
BBC Radio 4
A delinquent is offered one last chance to turn his life around. Will he take it?
BBC Radio Scotland
Sheila McClennon tells the story of a theatre that put blood, gore and horror centre stage
John O'Farrell celebrates Kit Williams's groundbreaking picture puzzle book Masquerade.
A special concert recorded at The Grand Theatre in Clitheroe for Children in Need 2009.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Memories of 19 March 2005, the day when Wales won their first grand slam for 27 years.
BBC Radio Wales
Memories of the day when the Welsh rugby union team won a first Grand Slam for 27 years.
BBC Radio 5 live
Phil Steele on the time terrorism prevented Wales and Ireland's rugby teams from meeting.
4 Extra Debut. Kate Williams investigates the legacy of Samuel Smiles' 1859 book Self Help
Historian Kate Williams explores the book Self-Help by Samuel Smiles.
Robin Ince looks at the life and times of the Grange Hill TV series as it finally ends.
Adam Lusekelo reports on the World Nettle Eating Championships at a Dorset pub.
Murray Walker explores the most democratic of motor sports - lawnmower racing.
Magazine programme about the Scottish countryside
Grayson Perry and his teddy Alan Measles tour Bavaria on a customised motorcycle.
Grayson Perry on what it means to be creative.
Grease has entertained audiences for over 40 years. Alan Dein searches for its true roots.
Susan Marling pays tribute to architect Frank Lloyd Wright's influence on house design.
Lucy Neal reviews the archive of Victorian reformer Mary Neal.
Ken Bruce presents a countdown of the top 30 biggest selling Beatles tracks in the UK.
BBC Radio 2
Craig Charles shares listeners' Beatles stories and the band's ten best-selling albums.
Ben Miller explores the workings of the new LHC atom smasher at CERN in Switzerland
Andrew Collins explores the history and future of electronic music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Hardeep Singh Kohli finds out what faith means to people in Cardiff, Glasgow and Leicester
Hardeep Singh Kohli finds out what faith means to people in Manchester, Belfast and London
Richard Allinson is joined by lyricist Don Black for a Great British Songbook Masterclass.
Simon Mayo celebrates the work of great British songwriters.
British artists and DJs reflect on the Great British Songbook from the 1960s to the 2000s
Aled Jones and Melanie Sykes present three hours of party music.
Could climate change be diverting attention away from other environmental problems?
BBC Cambridgeshire brings you all the action live from this years Great Eastern Run.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Eilidh Macleod talks to people who have embarked on a major lifestyle change
Writer Suzi Feay explores the power of literary estates over our cultural life.
Philip Stott looks at a project to restore over 3,000 hectares of fenland habitat.
Adam Fowler visits Northern Canada to discover some potential benefits of global warming.
F Scott Fitzgerald tells his editor about his hopes and fears for his new novel.
An abridged reading in ten twelve minute episodes of Scott Fitzgerald's classic story o...
BBC World Service
Justin Rowlatt meets people who believe there are business opportunities in climate change
Steve Becker celebrates those magical artists with their guitars.
Series in which guests discuss the people and ideas that inspired them
Joan Bakewell seeks out poetry in the UK's great libraries
How students at Napier University turned a journalism course into an actual investigation.
Biographical series in which guests choose someone who has inspired their lives.
Series in which people who have lead notable, influential lives are nominated and profiled
Biographical discussion. Ann Widdicombe MP nominates Pope John Paul II.
Sex-crazed diabolical criminal or bold, free-thinking radical?
BBC Radio 7
Dirk Bogarde reads extracts from his book of childhood reminiscences
Ship-daft Susan Morrison goes in search of Scotland's first world-beating ship.
Coverage and reaction from The Great North Run
Celebrates 150 years of the Ulster Hall with a gala concert. Edited since transmission.
BBC Radio Ulster
The weekly gardening phone-in with Blair Jacobs and Doug Stewart
BBC Radio Humberside
Simon Hoggart takes a humorous journey through the jungle of political mythology
The real Jan Ravens presents her archive choice of impressionist comedy.
Jan Ravens' archive choices include Mike Yarwood, The Impressionists and Dead Ringers.
A selection of classic shorts from 'the top 75 great short stories'
Jolyon Jenkins speaks to the unsung enthusiasts on a mission to protect us from asteroids.
Two comedians, one internet expert and one scientist attempt to solve intractable problems
Colin Murphy and his team ponder the ridiculous and answer the unanswerable.
Andrew Edward's own family story.
BBC Radio Leeds
Jo, diagnosed with cancer at the age of 29, walked the Great Wall of China for charity.
Michael Portillo explores the intellectual battleground of World War One.
Michael Portillo explores the possibilities for peace and protest during World War I.
Five short stories inspired by structures created by Isambard Kingdom Brunel
Henry Bonsu investigates current debates about class and poverty in education policy.
Four advocates debate the virtues of their favourite city. Presented by Laurie Taylor.
A rundown of the ten Greatest Dance Records of All Time
This week's choice cuts of Andrew Peach, Maggie Philbin and Henry Kelly.
BBC Radio Berkshire
This year's choice cuts of Andrew Peach, Maggie Philbin and Henry Kelly.
Comedy mockumentary documenting the work of wartime journalist Aneurin Davies
Writer Maria Margaronis returns home to listen to those living through the Greek disaster.
Is greed a vital dynamic behind a successful economy? Dr Catherine Cowley investigates.
Stories from Greek mythology brought to life.
Who were the green children of Woolpit and why are peope still fascinated by them?
Professor Trevor Cox explores the world of sonic design applied to our outdoor spaces.
Could bamboo prove to be 'green gold' for Nicaragua's poor? Mike Wooldridge reports.
Comedy clip show, featuring witty observations on life
A tale about the heroic adventures of Rhysling, the blind singer of the spaceways.
The Green House
BBC Three Counties Radio
BBC Tees reporter Jonathan Swingler on duty with the Yorkshire Regiment in Afghanistan.