4 Extra Debut. A girl dreads visitors from the spirit world on All Hallow's Eve.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Can a lonely rat catcher keep his promise to a mermaid, or lose her forever?
Greed and coercion meet supernatural justice and retribution, through a lifeboat.
At a village club women take turns to create a chocolate delight and tell a chocolate tale
Made in Germany in 1908, a rare cinnamon plush bear learns he's about to be auctioned.
Charles Mackerras conducts the Orchestra of St Luke's in Mozart's Gran Partita.
BBC Radio 3
Petroc Trelawny explores the rich legacy of conductor Charles Mackerras's Mozart.
Music by Mozart: String Quintet, K515; Fantasia in C minor, K475; Violin Concerto No 1.
Danny Boyle presents a profile of Indian composer AR Rahman.
BBC Radio 2
Rob Cowan presents great Mozart recordings. Includes String Trio, K563 and Rondo, K511.
Gêm banel hwyliog gydag Alwyn Humphreys.
BBC Radio Cymru
Sitcom about a couple in marriage counselling, written by comedian and writer Will Smith
BBC Radio 4
Bittersweet sitcom from Andrew Collins about eternal optimist Harvey Easter
Neil Hannon explores the illustrious 30-year career of Jeff Lynne.
BBC Radio 6 Music
An exploration of the film-maker Frank Capra's enduring vision of the American dream.
Christopher Frayling on Henry Cole, the founder of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Dramatisation of Victor Canning's novel. Starring Richard Griffiths
Matthew King looks at composer Joseph Haydn's visits to London between 1791 and 1795.
Sheila Hodgson provides MR James with a ghostly encounter at Christmas.
James tells a cautionary tale of witchcraft to heal a rift between a vicar and his son.
Derek Jacobi introduces spooky tales by the author MR James
Ghostly tales from the pen of Victorian writer MR James
Phill Jupitus journeys back to the steam-powered future to party like it's 1899.
Jerry Hall explores the hedonistic lifestyle of The Doors' lead singer.
Profile of the 1930s comedy pairing of Ronald Frankau and Tommy Handley.
Desperate to see an Everton match, a boy turns to the local fish fryer for help.
Supply teacher Mr Paterson struggles to control his class and his career.
BBC Radio Scotland
Actor Martin Reeve explores the history and tenacious survival of the Punch and Judy show.
An exploration of the 'missing' 13 months in the life and career of Paul Simon.
Overthrowing centuries of musical tradition - and prejudice: the Japanese Bach revolution.
Departing Tesco boss Sir Terry Leahy on his rise from council estate to global business.
Did drink and drugs rob Britain of a literary genius? David Taylor investigates.
BBC Radio Essex brings you topical debate, fun and music.
A country house and a corpse - and the butler's not to blame. With Leslie Phillips.
Mary Wimbush stars as Gladys Mitchell's amateur sleuth Mrs Bradley
On the bicentenary of her birth, a dramatised portrait of the Victorian novelist.
BBC Radio 7
A look at the work of the songwriting team of Joyce Grenfell and Richard Addinsell.
Mrs Unis hear stories from those who left the subcontinent for a new life in Scotland.
Finlay Macleod on a journey of discovery of old and new in his birthplace of Ness, Lewis.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Isa MacKillop begins her exploration of Lochmaddy, North Uist at the pier.
Prògram a' leantainn turas timcheall Uibhist a Tuath.
Comedy starring Kenneth Horne and Richard Murdoch, set in an RAF station
A documentary telling the story of Reading's footballers who fought in World War I.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Walking the West Highland Way
Finlay MacLeod traces the unique history of Norse mills found on the Isle of Lewis.
Tales from the ceilidh-house in Baile na DÃ¹ine.
Elaine C Smith explores the special bond between a mother and her child.
Sally Magnusson talks to the sons and daughters of some of our best loved comedians
Comedy by Alexis Zegerman about the hectic life of a single mother
Kerry McLean presents a show dedicated to mothers everywhere.
BBC Radio Ulster
Dermot O'Leary brings you live coverage of Mumford & Sons at Glastonbury 2013.
Harry Gregg reflects on the impact of the Munich air disaster.
BBC Radio Foyle
Short stories by Morven Crumlish, inspired by the work of artist Phoebe Anna Traquair
Live coverage from The Track in Guernsey.
BBC Radio Jersey
The life of Murdo MacLeod, HM Inspector of Schools for Gaelic, 1970-1990
Recalling the Melbost Bard who died 25 years ago.
The songs, poetry and life of the late Murdani Mast.
Agatha Christie tale, with June Whitfield as Miss Marple
Forensics docu-drama series presented by Nick Ross
The reminiscences of Rumpole creator John Mortimer
Colin Murray and Tim Lovejoy take an irreverent look back at the week in sport
BBC Radio 5 live
Murray Norton with great music, chat and Three For All. Can you guess who, what, where?
Murray Walker takes calls, texts and emails on 5 live's motorsport phone-in
The story of Stella Cartwright, the muse who bewitched a generation of Scottish poets.
Celebrating 6 Music Classic Album of the Day artists, Muse. Plus the story of Kraftwerk.
Steve Lamacq looks at the band Muse.
Series of lectures.
Panel show in which guests donate fascinating exhibits to a vast imaginary museum
Comedy sketch show built around the theme of museums, galleries, stately homes and more
Can a song performed by footballers ever be good? Jamie Stangroom finds out.
Interviews, music and laughs and live sessions from Pacific Quay
A great selection of tunes.
Bruce MacGregor hears about the music being made, played and talked about in Scotland.
Michael Bradley presents a selection of performances from Music City Day held on 21 June.
A concert featuring James Blunt, KT Tunstall, Mika and The Hoosiers at the O2 Arena.
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Radio 2 takes in all the excitement and build up to this year's Brit Awards.
Collections of music, themed by curriculum area.
With David White.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Programmes exploring music and music-related subjects
Sequences of music, grouped by theme, for creative dance.
Andy Potter plays the songs listeners grew up with.
BBC Radio Derby
Frank Martin's Oratorio Golgotha and James MacMillan's Seven Last Words from the Cross.
Prof Paul Robertson examines the claims and counter-claims for musical mediumship.
Nicola Loud tells the story of the 19th century's most brilliant violinist NicolÃ³ Paganini
John Toal and Kerry McLean keep the family entertained with music from great family movies
The finest themes, scores and songs from throughout cinema history.
Daniel Garrett brings you themes, songs and scores from throughout cinema history.
Dr Phil Hammond asks each of three guests to play the track of their choice
Teenagers from across Northern Ireland explain how they use music to express themselves
Paul Gambaccini presents a six-part history of music radio in the UK and USA.
How Paris's musical scene flourished during the 'dark years' of Nazi Occupation