'The Unexpurgated Memoirs of a Showbiz Phenomenon'. Written and read by Peter Jones
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Series of comic monologues written from the perspective of an old showbiz survivor
In search of Blackbeard's diamond, young John Trenchard is drawn into a dangerous world.
An Oxford student plays ancient violin music that leads to a hidden cupboard
David Almond tells the story of the author of 'Moonfleet'.
BBC Radio 7
A Stradivarius violin conjures up ghostly apparitions when played by an Oxford student
Rhaglen yn olrhain hanes Jac a Wil Davies. The history of Jac and Wil Davies.
BBC Radio Cymru
Paul Gambaccini presents a series charting the history of Elektra Records
BBC Radio 2
Jack Dee and Jo Brand host their cheerful guide to surviving the Christmas holidays.
Stage and science collide to show how laboratory research could make fairytales a reality.
Join Jack Dearden on BBC Radio Manchester.
BBC Radio Manchester
Unwrap Christmas around the World - includes God Is A Manc - evidence that God's from here
Exploring the legacy of musician and broadcaster Jack Jackson.
BBC Radio 4
A pet dog becomes the exceptional leader of a pack of wolves in the Yukon
Jack London dramatisation with Jack Klaff, Kerry Shale and Shelley Thompson
Dan Cruickshank retraces Jack London's 1902 footsteps that he made among the East End poor
Join Jack Miles on BBC Radio Gloucestershire.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Join Jack Murley on BBC Somerset.
The late Jack Rosenthal's memoirs, written in the form of a screenplay
Nick Perry's dramatisation of the iconic '70s crime novel that became the film Get Carter.
Michael Rosen explores Jack and the Beanstalk, one of Britain's classic folk tales.
From masking spots to blusher and boys, Jackie Clune celebrates the teen magazine.
Jackie Wullschlager's biography of the artist Marc Chagall. Read by Derek Jacobi
Jackie Fullerton is joined by guests to reflect on 12 memorable sporting months.
BBC Radio Ulster
Peter Jackson marks 45 years reporting on the Welsh sports scene
BBC Radio Wales
Peter Jackson marks 45 years reporting on the Welsh sports scene.
Peter Jackson recalls one of Wales's most remarkable sporting adventures.
Peter Jackson marks over 45 years of reporting on the Welsh sports scene
Peter Jackson interviews sporting stars
Can there be too many cellists? How Jacqueline Du Pre created a surfeit of cellists.
Jacqueline Susanne's drama about three women who head to New York in search of a career.
Jacqueline Susanne's drama about three women who head to New York in search of a career
Rory Bremner explores the pioneering satire of Tati's Monsieur Hulot films.
Join Jacquie Jones on BBC Radio Lancashire.
BBC Radio Lancashire
The Rolling Stones' frontman hand-picks a selection of favourite and influential artists.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Special sounds from master of the mix Jaguar Skills.
Raj and Pablo present a Bollywood Christmas extravaganza.
A good laugh in the afternoon.
Music and chat.
Terry's chance meeting with gangster Harry Starks in a London nightclub changes his life.
Join Jake Katborg on BBC Radio Leeds.
BBC Radio Leeds
Join Jake Yapp on BBC Radio Leeds.
Asha is lonely left in her flat all day long, until some extraordinary visitors appear.
Anne McElvoy meets leading figures from the new generation at the top of British politics
Anne McElvoy looks at the growing political influence of the children of the 1980s
Jonathan Ross tells the story of The Jam with contributions from Paul Weller and others.
Daphne du Maurier's novel, in which a young woman encounters criminals at a Cornish inn
Chris Salewicz explores cult Jamaican crime film The Harder They Come
Annabel Croft's journey to help reunite James, a homeless man, with his family.
BBC Radio 5 live
James Acaster presents the results of his in-depth research into a variety of subjects.
James Aldred encounters one of the world's most powerful birds of prey, the harpy eagle.
Professional tree climber James Aldred climbs one of Britain's tallest trees.
Following James Aldred as he builds a giant tree house in the rainforest in Gabon
Writer Caryl Phillips introduces his 1984 interview with American novelist James Baldwin.
James Blunt plays his favourite songs.
Alex Jennings reads the classic Bond story by Ian Fleming
Agent 007's latest mission sparks a fatal encounter in a Japanese garden of death.
Actor Damian Lewis reads a collection of Ian Fleming's James Bond stories
Prof David Cannadine sets James Bond and his creator in their historical context.
James Burridge with the Breakfast Show.
BBC Radio Northampton
With the breakfast show.
Join James Cannon on BBC Surrey.
Join James Carpenter on BBC Radio Northampton.
James brings you the latest news, views and information each weekday morning 06:00-09:00.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Join James East on BBC Radio Manchester.
The novel by James Fenimore Cooper, written in 1826 and set in the Seven Years' War
A man who escapes from an asylum is apparently a threat to the state. Radio play from 1973
A Thing from outer space helps a hapless private-eye on Earth.
Sci-fi adventure drama about a new plant species created in a laboratory
Bizarre coincidences spark a British nuclear submarine's preparations for all-out attack.
A woman is found dead in a Rolls Royce, but the clues don't add up. Futuristic whodunnit.
In Antarctica, geologist Glyn Sherwood makes a discovery about the polar ice caps.
Join James Hanson on BBC Somerset.
With music, features, interviews, interactive radio and much, much more.
BBC Radio Suffolk
After a plane crash, Hugh Conway claims to have stumbled upon the utopian Shangri-La
New and classic music with guests from the local music, arts and entertainment scene.
BBC Radio Humberside
Short stories by James Hopkin, inspired by his travels in Georgia in autumn 2008
Peter White visits Dublin on the day the city pays tribute to Joyce's great novel Ulysses.
Short story by James Joyce published in his 1914 collection Dubliners.
James Joyce's Ulysses dramatised by Robin Brooks. Introduced by Mark Lawson.
James King reviews the movies
Guy Barker profiles the German composer and band leader James Last
Paul Gambaccini discovers bandleader James Last's enduring appeal.
Join James Lloyd on BBC Radio Nottingham.
BBC Radio Nottingham
Dramatic adaptations of the American author's classic crime novels
Join James Mason on BBC Radio Leeds.
Join James Max on BBC London 94.9.
BBC London 94.9
Join James Miners to start the day with music and a look ahead at the Bank Holiday events.
Ex-killer David Callan is hired for one last hit. Read by Ben Miles.
Music and great chat for a relaxing afternoon
James Nicolson with a back catalogue of country greats through to more recent releases.
BBC Radio Scotland