A long-running arts review magazine programme which ran from 1973 to 1998.
BBC Radio 4
Nick Hennessey explores the mythical world of Finland's national poem, The Kalevala.
Great features, music and news for the Asian community in Leicester.
BBC Radio Leicester
In a children's home in Kampala, every child is given a musical chance for a future.
Kan D Man and DJ Limelight bring you the essential desi late-night club soundtrack.
BBC Asian Network
Is karaoke now an art form? Katie Puckrik hits the clubs in Portland, Oregon to find out.
Musician and Underworld frontman Karl Hyde spins a diverse range of musical influences.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Join Kat Orman on BBC Oxford.
BBC Radio Oxford
Great music and chat on the only live lunchtime radio show in Gloucestershire.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Join Kate Justice on BBC Hereford & Worcester.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Kate Silverton with guests and comment on the week's big stories
BBC Radio 5 live
Mercury-nominated poet Kate Tempest plays a diverse selection of her musical influences.
Join Katherine Cowan on BBC Radio Sheffield.
BBC Radio Sheffield
When Leila attends her first formal ball, her dance partners have different effects on her
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A singing teacher ponders the mundane nature of his married life.
The young offspring of a wealthy family witness the transformation of their house.
Four stories written by Katherine Mansfield while she was living in Switzerland.
Join Kathryn Apanowicz on BBC Radio York.
BBC Radio York
Nine-year-old Shelly writes to her mum's cowboy hero for help. With Liz Smith.
Married to overbearing Vernon for 20 years, Shirley turns to the butcher for solace.
Katie's loving life in the south with great music, celebrity guests and lots of laughs.
BBC Radio Solent
Join Kay Crewdson on BBC Radio York.
Join Kay Langlois on BBC Guernsey.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Kaye Adams gets to the heart of the stories making the news.
BBC Radio Scotland
Writer Julian Barnes reflects on his early encounters with art in Paris.
Gordon Brown tells the story of James Keir Hardie, Labour's first leader.
Late night music from the Skues collection.
BBC Local Radio
The best in music every weekday with Ken Bruce, with live sessions
BBC Radio 2
Former chancellor Ken Clarke profiles great jazz musicians of the 20th century
Get your gardening questions answered every Saturday morning.
Music and mayhem from Ken Dodd
A rebellious 1950s mental hospital patient confronts the system. Adapted from stage show.
Ken Snowdon with a look at the best of the last 7 days on BBC Tees.
The story of a mysterious find on Morecambe beach by one man and his dog.
Kenneth Cranham reads a series of short stories on the theme of rivers and boats
Five orphans enjoy the idyllic countryside, but the end of childhood innocence is nigh.
Selection of articles by one of the 20th century's most influential critics
Doug Welch presents a selection of folk, blues and acoustic music.
BBC Radio Kent
Mark Kermode joins Simon Mayo to give his verdict on the week's movies
Join Kerry McLean for classic tracks, current hits and features on films, books and food.
BBC Radio Ulster
List-based comedy series, written by Kerry Godliman and David Lane Pusey.
Alan Dein uncovers the history of the Keskidee, the first black arts centre in Britain.
Comedy's best kept secret ingredient gets his own sketch show.
Fern on the wireless brings you music and fun, plus Musical Headlines and the Time Tunnel.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Join Kevin Philemon on BBC Radio Gloucestershire.
Kevin presents the Saturday morning show on BBC Radio Northampton from 6am to 9am.
BBC Radio Northampton
Ivan Hewett explores how different musical keys seem to have distinct characteristics
Paul Mason chairs a debate between followers of two contrasting liberal economists.
Robin Denselow tells the story of Cambodia's late-1960s rock 'n' roll stars.
Stephen Evans examines how soldiers are taught to kill and asks what it does to them.
Kim offers a relaxing way to begin the day with great music and conversation.
John Osborne wrestles with the idea of donating one of his kidneys to a virtual stranger.
Join Phyllis King and Ivor Cutler for songs, poems and dialogues
The enduring appeal of the King James Bible, 400 years after its original publication.
Francine Stock and a studio of guest stars recreate the 1606 opening night of King Lear.
Comedy drama series set in a small junior school
Peter Hennessy asks public figures how further devolution might change the UK constitution
Pope Leo has had something on his conscience for 900 years.
Alec faces uncomfortable truths at his paramour's funeral.
EA Potter is thought to be a great poet, but what does he feel about himself?
Tensions run high as a group of British soldiers hold a mock parliament in 1945.
Comic novel of academic life, following the misfortunes of junior lecturer Jim Dixon
John Lewis tangles with a social worker out to rescue a young girl from a life of sin.
David Partner takes a history walk along the Kirkwall Streets.
A Kist o Wurds is Radio Ulster's weekly Ulster-Scots magazine show.
Musician and poet Anthony Joseph tries to get to the heart of Calypso star Lord Kitchener.
Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits.
Celebrating the sheer joy of all things foodie in and around Scotland. Yum!
Celebrating the sheer joy of growing and cooking your own fruits, herbs and vegetables.
Mike Wooldridge presents some personal memories of Nelson Mandela.
Marc Riley traces the career of 70s electronic band Kraftwerk.
Join Kristina Thornton on BBC Radio Derby.
BBC Radio Derby
As Iraq falls deeper into chaos, John McCarthy asks a key question - who are the Kurds?
A pioneering astronaut hears voices in outer space. Kurt Vonnegut reflects on mortality.
Kurt Vonnegut's tale of the dilemmas facing scientists over how to manufacture happiness.