L Frank Baum's classic stars Barbara Barnes and Maureen Lipman
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Malcolm McLaren visits the people and places central to Serge Gainsbourg's life story.
BBC Radio 2
The late Malcolm McLaren visits the people and places central to Serge Gainsbourg's story.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Dà mhionaid de shàmhchair airson Là Cuimhneachaidh.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Andrew Hussey goes beyond the cliches to discover the true face of 21st-century France
BBC Radio 4
Weekly audio postcard in Jersey French.
BBC Radio Jersey
Paul Jackson explores the inner workings of the Californian TV industry
Ziauddin Sardar investigates philosophical and practical links between science and Islam.
Shaun Ley examines what Labour needs to do to revitalise itself in opposition.
The creator of the New York antifolk scene takes us into the sonic landscape of his mind
Sùil air a bhàrdachd fhèin is bàrdachd oghaichean le dhubh-ogha, Mairead Lobban à Liosmòr.
It's New Years Eve .. and John Clayton and Sean McGinty are the ?Lads@Lunch.?
BBC Radio Lancashire
Felicity Finch finds out about a controversial women-only hotel in Saudi Arabia.
Comedy series about two elderly ladies who share a relationship based on correspondence
BBC Radio 7
Two elderly ladies share a sometimes rocky relationship, conducted by correspondence
Recipes and Christmas survival tips from the worst of pen friends Vera and Irene.
Comedian Susan Morrison investigates a 1775 guide to women in the sex trade.
BBC Radio Scotland
Rhona Cameron celebrates the bi-centenary of the earliest known women's golf competition.
Muriel Gray uncovers the history of this club, founded in 1908 by middle class ladies.
The surprising and touching story of how Richard Strauss' marriage inspired his music.
Series of comedy sketches by Emily Watson Howes set in a ladies' public toilet
Two men attempt to discover more about the woman who bankrolled their secondary education.
DH Lawrence's tale of the steamy affair between an aristocrat's wife and a gamekeeper
Ian Peacock celebrates the pineapple.
Ian Peacock picks up his spoon and delves into the history of 'The King of Fruits'.
Loveday Brooke investigates some nuns who appear to have taken to crime
Lady Gaga banned, but Cannibal Corpse approved. Islam and pop contradictions in Jakarta.
Cerys Matthews investigates why so few women play the blues.
Brenda Blethyn reads the story Alfred Hitchcock adapted for his thriller The Lady Vanishes
BBC Radio Ulster
The best in late night conversation and music.
BBC London 94.9
Coverage of the Notting Hill Carnival
An evocative sound portrait of Britain's largest lake, Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland.
The 6 Music DJ family share their personal highlights on the station's 10th birthday.
Poet Paul Farley celebrates the work of John Clare through his landmark poem.
Jackie Kay remembers the sinking of the SS Mendi in the English Channel in 1917.
Drama gomedi am Seth Williams, y dyn sy'n byw'r bywyd mwyaf cymhleth yng Nghymru.
BBC Radio Cymru
With Nick Dow. We've got the blues, so you don't have to.
Radio Lancashire presenters gather together to recount the historic events of holy week.
Showcasing BBC Radio Lancashire's specialist music programmes.
Puzzle programme exploring the lines connecting people and places across the centuries
Programme presenting puzzles with links between local history and the countryside.
Programme presenting puzzles involving links between local history and the countryside.
Bryn Terfel, Katherine Jenkins and others reveal the history of the Welsh national anthem.
Frank Hennessy and Bethan Elfyn host the opening concert of WOMEX 2013.
BBC Radio Wales
The amazing story of Finland's Nokia Millionaires, shareholders in the mobile phone giant.
Alex Bellos visits Japan to discover why Asian cultures seem so much better at maths.
Why are scientists and designers are deliberately planning for failure?
Comic poet John Hegley visits the annual sea shanty festival in the Polish city of Krakow.
Hermione Cockburn on the writer LTC Rolt, who helped us to value our industrial landscape.
Susan Marling looks at the history of our thinking about landscape.
BBC Radio 3
Mark Stephen reports on a remarkable development on Glasgow's river Clyde.
Julian Clary investigates how stand-up comedy has become a very British export.
Michael Bird on the painter Peter Lanyon, who was soaring to fame when his glider crashed.
Sacred singing from Glasgow.
Christmas carols from Gaelic choirs and singers at Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow.
The British Library's vast newspaper archive is becoming available online as never before.
Lara chats to interesting local guests, brings you "advice for life" and the best music.
BBC Radio Humberside
Listen back to interviews with Lara's best guests.
Allan Campbell in conversation with two former prisoners of war captured at St Valery.
Join Larry Budd and Paul Dunphy on BBC Radio Leeds.
BBC Radio Leeds
Join Larry Budd on BBC Radio Leeds.
John Antrobus presents a tribute to the co-creator and writer of The Goon Show.
Aleks Krotoski embarks on a happenstantial journey in search of a happy accident.
Jenny Cuffe reports on the UK's first family, drug and alcohol court.
How can science can stop an upsurge in the slaughter of African elephants for their ivory?
A look at the significance of Tower Colliery in the South Wales Valleys
An epic space adventure set on Mars
The remarkable story of a dispatch rider during the Normandy Landings on D-Day.
The first reunion in 70 years of writer Shirley Hughes and her 1940s dancing partner.
The funeral of Harry Patch.
BBC Radio Bristol
Andrew Luck-Baker ventures into Australia's Daintree rainforest canopy
Shelia Stewart shares the little known Perthshire cant dialect with Frieda Morrison.
Alan Yentob investigates a 2,600-year-old community in Iraq, now almost disappeared.
Drama-documentary by Arnold Evans examining the fears of nuclear war during October 1962.
Jonathan Charles profiles Efraim Zuroff, chief Nazi hunter of the Simon Wiesenthal Centre.
Five stories celebrating the centenary of Daphne du Maurier's birth
Julian Fellowes meets an original member of a theatre group supported by Thomas Hardy.
Broadcaster Ian McMillan pays tribute to television's longest-running sitcom.
Dame Thora Hird's final radio role as old people's home resident Dolly.
Vic Galloway celebrates the tragically short life of Alex Harvey
A celebration of the pub landlord and landlady
Record producer Pete Waterman remembers the glory days of the independent record shop
Mark Stephen explores the effects of changes in the Post Office network
For centuries pigeon post carried messages of love and war. Can it survive the internet?
Paul Gambaccini tells the story of Clive Davis, who has enjoyed 50 years as a hitmaker.
We go inside refuges for men who experience domestic violence from their female partners.
Louie Knight investigates the disappearance of the Professor of Undertaking
Drama about the decline of the music hall in the 1960s.
Radio 4's weekly obituary programme