Join Roger Lyon for comedy and chat.
BBC Radio Merseyside
The story of the 1950s naturalist Maxwell Knight, who led a secret existence as an MI5 spy
BBC Radio 4
Sean Styles and Willie Miller with fun and good music.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Catriona Murray talks to people about places or buildings that are special in their lives.
Historian Juliet Gardiner explores the surprising story of 'Motorway One'.
John Hegley presents a poetic meditation on the M1, the transport backbone of Britain.
Benjamin Zephaniah explores the ancient oral tradition of southern Siberian throat singing
Natural history series presented by Richard Mabey
Gaelic and country music with John Carmichael and guests.
Fred MacAulay and guests, with a wry look at the stories of the day
BBC Radio Scotland
Fred MacAulay with his pick of comedy and music
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Michael Alexander explores the place of Eliot, and poetry in general, in national culture.
BBC 7 pays tribute to Paul Scofield with this 1960s production of The Scottish Play.
BBC Radio 7
Series comparing the known historical facts about Macbeth with Shakespeare's dramatisation
Historian Fiona Watson sets out to put the record straight on Macbeth.
Surreal comedy about a pet shop that stocks grannies, written by Morna Pearson.
Scotland's first qualification match to reach the World Cup in 2010.
The Florentine philosopher's tour-de-force, read by Peter Firth
Jonathan Freedland reassesses Machiavelli and finds the inspiration for modern republics.
Highlights of the Machynlleth Comedy Festival in Wales
From Chelmsford Cathedral.
A look at the music and influence of Noel Coward
BBC Radio 2
Jude Rogers and Ruth Barnes look at the empowering flipside of pop fandom.
Actor Ewan McGregor celebrates the fiftieth birthday of America's iconic Ford Mustang.
Ken Arnold explores how three European countries variously tell the history of madness.
Anna Chen explores the history of the famous Chinese model operas.
Series of three innovative sound stories by Bristol-based writers
Series of three short stories by Bristol-based writers.
Charles Hazlewood uncovers the unique pop music heritage that has shaped Britain
Documentary - looking at young people's identity through poetry, drama & music.
What happened when North Manchester people worked with us on art to tell their story.
BBC Radio Manchester
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A series about the history of pop arranging
Alan Dein meets the men for whom pigeon flying is more than just a way of life.
The songstress performs at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2013, presented by Jamie Cullum.
Music and chat with Richard Madeley to ease you into your Sunday
Vivienne Parry explores madness and mental health among heroines of classic fiction.
Catrin Dafydd gyda golwg yn ôl ar ddigwyddiadau'r wythnos gyda dogn iach o hiwmor a dychan
BBC Radio Cymru
In Binchy's 1987 novel, an American moves his family to the rural Irish town of Mountfern
Stories from bestselling romantic novelists. Read by Adjoa Andoh.
Short stories by Maeve Binchy
The perfect dinner party is never as easy at it looks, as Cara discovers to her cost.
Clare still feels the loss of her husband. Is a handsome decorator the answer?
Maggie looks at the arts and entertainment scene across Norfolk.
BBC Radio Norfolk
The natural home for Norfolk verse, humour, music and squit presented by Maggie Secker.
Dundonian Alan Cochrane explores the relationship between Winston Churchill and the city.
A concert of film music favourites.
Music from the 60s and 70s, with Jim Trott.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Tony Lidington visits Kidderminster, London and Turkey to see the carpet-making process.
Enid Blyton's classic children's tale, adapted by Andrew Lynch
A fast-moving live sketch show written by and starring Fraser Campbell and Tom Brogan.
Eve Myles talks to celebrities about why Joe Calzaghe is important to them.
BBC Radio Wales
Alex Belfield with star guests and musical memories.
BBC Radio Jersey
Alex Belfield hosts two hours of show tunes direct from New York.
John Sugar explores the history of magic and the impact the internet has on magic.
Tracing the legacy of the cult Swiss-German writer Hermann Hesse.
Barry Manilow plays the perfect soundtrack to Christmas Eve.
John O'Neill takes a trip inside Magilligan, Northern Ireland's oldest operating prison.
BBC Radio Ulster
Stories from the past captured on tape
Claire White dips into the extraordinary personal archive of the late Archie P Lee.
Hugh Dennis explores the Magnificat, one of the most covered liturgical texts.
Mark Tully joins the vast crowds of pilgrims at the world's largest religious festival.
Three short stories written to celebrate Derry-Londonderry's status as UK City of Culture
Lucy Ash goes to Russia in search of Valentina Tereshkova, 50 years after her space flight
Georges Simenon's detective, Jules Maigret, uses his unique style to investigate crimes
Màiri Sìne Campbell talks about her travels in the 1970s
Mandy Baker explores efforts by our elected representatives to deliver a witty speech.
Gyles Brandreth discovers what it takes to become a national treasure.
Clare English follows a pioneering attempt to get Scotland's teens to bed on time.
Iain Sinclair, Peter Finch and Alan Brownjohn discuss sound and visual poet Bob Cobbing.
Lauren Laverne looks at how musical subcultures have shaped style over the last 50 years.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Series exploring ordinary people's links with the past
A series talking to people who have been trapped or imprisoned
Laurie Taylor tells the story of how Nelson Mandela became a moral icon in Britain.
Steve Richards presents a three-part series examining the news
Gerry Anderson charts the rise of Ciaran Gribbin from gigging singer to INXS frontman.
The story behind the making of Radio Scotland drama Homeless.
Narrative history series exploring over 2,000 years of western medicine
A series chronicling the influences that affected the course of classical music
Performances of the music James Naughtie mentions in his Radio 4 series.
BBC Radio 3
The story behind the BBC Wales reality TV show about life in coal-mining communities
Tarek Osman traces characters and ideas that have shaped the modern Arab world
Series of comedies developed with the Comedians Theatre Company
Exploring students', teachers' and parents' experiences of music grade exams.
Paul Morley charts a history of popular music through recording studios
Felicity Evans visits Atlantic College on the Vale of Glamorgan coast.
Musician Mal Pope supplies great tunes, interviews and exclusive unplugged sessions
Mal Pope presents easy music and conversation
Mal and Lou ask Terry Walton about seasonal jobs on the allotment.