Frank Swain, aged 32, is losing his hearing. But could he create a new super sense?
BBC Radio 4
Simon Cox delves into the sometimes strange world of the hacker activist, or 'hacktivist'.
An age-gap sitcom about a 37-year-old woman moving in with a 25-year-old man.
BBC Radio Scotland
Geoff Watts explores the cultural and scientific story of hallucination.
A look behind the scenes at Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre's Hamlet, with Maxine Peake.
Hywel Gwynfryn yn hel atgofion am bumdeg mlynedd o ddarlledu.
BBC Radio Cymru
A series in which four leading figures reflect on the nature of happiness.
In the Solar System's outer darkness, planet Neptune has its first 'official' birthday.
Writer and comedian Stewart Lee explores the television series Children of the Stones.
Hardeep Singh Kohli travels the UK cooking Sunday lunch for people with remarkable stories
Hardtalk interviews newsmakers and personalities from across the globe.
BBC World Service
Classic music and requests with Bill Rennells.
BBC Radio Oxford
Join Harriet Scott and Chris Rogers on BBC London 94.9.
BBC London 94.9
Nostalgic music and magical memories from the golden era of entertainment.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Eddie Mair chairs a debate on the progress of the conflict in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Golwg ymchwiliadol ar newyddion y dydd. Investigative news reports
Short stories by HE Bates
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Robin Ince explores our timeless fascination with the self-help shelf.
Health Check grapples with health issues on a global scale. Presented by Claudia Hammond.
A monthly look at health issues across Shetland.
Radio 3's primary contemporary music programme, featuring live performances and sessions
BBC Radio 3
Professor Jim Al-Khalili explores how the sounds of our past still influence us today.
Personal approaches to religious belief and spirituality from around the world.
Series of three stories inspired by the unique music of Tom Waits
Nick Fraser considers the role of intellectuals in relation to world events and conflicts
The story behind an alleged plot to blackmail the future prime minister Edward Heath.
Alone, far from home and his only audience by 1968 is press clippings and bottles of vodka
Writer Le Ly Hayslip tells how she survived the Vietnam war and its aftermath.
Denmark is a mysterious place, where strange and often dark things happen.
Murke is a radio producer. One day, he is asked to take words out of a programme.
Join Helen every weekday between 12 noon and 2pm.
BBC Radio Northampton
Sara Kestelman reads Helen Dunmore's novel of Cold War Leningrad
Join Helen Legh on BBC Three Counties Radio.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Rowan Pelling searches for a cure for the problem which blights her life, procrastination.
Wayne Hemingway celebrates the lives of 1950s designers Robin and Lucienne Day.
The story of the live session recordings Jimi Hendrix made for the BBC.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Are two children under an evil influence, or is it in the imagination of their governess?
Henry brings his wit and insight to Berkshire Saturday mornings from 9am.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Blues, swing, jazz, soul and rock 'n' roll with Henry Ayrton.
BBC Radio Humberside
The sound of the Caribbean.
BBC Radio Leicester
Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic talk to Steve Lamacq about the heady days of Nevermind.
John Waite tells the story of The Monkees, the successful 1960s pop group.
Discussion programme which challenges established ideas and questions received wisdom
Professor Andrew Hussey explores whether heroin use creates a particular aesthetic style.
Following the team who are working on the biggest telescope ever sent to space
Joanna Smith Rakoff explores JD Salinger's relationship with fans who wrote him letters
Piortraits of unknown, intimate and surprising aspects of Henry VIII's character
Aleks Krotoski explores innovations and cultural events from the age of communication.
Sarah Butler asks, can the Bangladesh garment industry become ethical and profitable?
Exploring the history of the Romans in Britain.
Short audio dramas featuring some of the key figures and events from the Victorian era.
From World War II to the Arab Spring, history told by the people who were there
The story of the June 2012 handshake that started a new chapter in Northern Irish history.
BBC Radio Ulster
David Goldblatt unravels the story of Brazil through its abiding passion for football
Billy Kay celebrates Scottish literature and its importance to national identity.
Dr Geoff Bunn journeys through 5,000 years of human understanding of the brain
The British Museum's Neil MacGregor tells A History of the World in 100 Objects.
Director of the British Museum, Neil MacGregor, retells humanity's history through objects
The story of the portrait of a private soldier's sweetheart, painted for him in Auschwitz.
Paul Gambaccini recalls The Stax Volt Tour of 1967, which brought soul greats to Europe.
Joe Queenan on the German Wild West novels that inspired Adolf Hitler throughout his life.
Gareth Mitchell looks at our need for speed in different areas of modern life
Hardeep Singh Kohli meets British Indians who have left the UK for a new life in India
Drama serial charting life on the home front during the First World War.
Programme answering listeners' questions about planet Earth and our impact upon it
Lucy Mangan explores the future for homeworking. Who wins - employer or employee?
What happens when a songwriter accidentally copies someone else's song?
Duplicity and dynastic rivalry in what is considered to be the first ever gothic novel.
Jane Smiley goes horse racing in California. Why is it such fertile ground for a novelist?
Paul Farley explores and exploits the creative possibilities offered by hotel stop-overs.
Series revisiting the childhood homes of influential Britons
Stephen Sackur uncovers the history behind the upheavals in Egypt.
With a new history curriculum coming, Adam Smith explores how pupils learn about the past.
Sarfraz Manzoor meets Dolly Parton to discover her 'Imagination Library'.
Folk singer Martin Carthy examines the rise and fall of Ewan MacColl's Critics Group.
Writer and broadcaster John Kampfner looks at the global consequences of war in Iraq.
Hugh Cunningham presents a history of philanthropic giving in Britain
Hand-digging a grave is a dying art. Cathy FitzGerald takes lessons.
Dr Kevin Fong asks why the Liverpool Care Pathway for the Dying is under criticism.
Anne McElvoy explores the history of governing Europe across three eras
Alex Bellos looks at the science behind learning maths and if school lessons reflect this.
A personal statement is crucial for university. What should it say, asks Imogen Stubbs?
David Grossman investigates the ways that savers, investors and consumers pay for the City
The best start to the day, with news, sport, travel and laughter.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Join Howard Hughes on BBC Radio Berkshire.
Music, nostalgia and special guests.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
News, stories, music and great guests, plus traffic, travel and sport.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Football daft Peter White follows referee Howard Webb as he works with troubled teenagers.
Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals raids his personal record collection
BBC Radio 2
Huey Morgan from the Fun Lovin' Criminals brings his own brand of music to the station
Ian Hargreaves explores the fading visions of legendary Fleet Street editor Hugh Cudlipp.
Fantasy recollections of the Isle of Anglesey floating off from mainland Wales.
Your Uncle Hugo has the best in country music from old favourites to new artists.
Matthew Taylor tells the story of the last eight years in the life of George Price.
Exploring the foibles, quirks and behaviour of that most fascinating of species - us
Featuring coverage of local matches.