Frances Finn with local people and great guests. Find out what makes Nottinghamshire tick.
BBC Radio Nottingham
Taking your calls on the hot topics of the day.
BBC Radio Bristol
With Steve Massam.
BBC Radio Humberside
Lively chat and music from the worlds of bhangra, Bollywood and UK desi with Gagan Grewal.
BBC Asian Network
Michael Morpurgo travels to the Isles of Scilly to explore their legends and myths.
BBC Radio 4
Michael Morpurgo tours the Isles of Scilly to investigate local myths and legends.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Sir Christopher Frayling presents a tribute to the Italian composer Ennio Morricone.
The impact of Islamic design and values on the life of Victorian designer William Morris.
Crime series featuring Colin Dexter's famous detective
Mary Anne Hobbs explores the fusion of fine art and tattoos.
Olga Betko finds out why London has become the favourite destination of Russia's elite.
Janice Long's selection of the best from the Summer's festival.
BBC WM 95.6
Coverage of the Moseley Folk Festival.
Security Correspondent Gordon Corera reveals the story behind Israel's secret service.
Comedy monologue by Colin Hough, starring Barbara Rafferty.
BBC Radio Scotland
A Church to England missionary tries to 'redeem' the residents of Telford.
Zane Lowe and Westwood count down some of the most hip hop people of all time
BBC Radio 1
Radio 4 has been granted access to track work with some of the UK most troubled families.
Exploring the tiny pieces of music found in all corners of everyday life.
Football discussion with the Match of the Day team
BBC Radio 5 live
Bob Harris takes a tour round the building known as 'the mother church of Country music'.
BBC Radio 2
A darkly comic, spooky tale for Halloween.
Catherine Tate celebrates the life of theatre director Joan Littlewood.
Quentin Cooper tells the story of a British scientist hailed as a god in Japan.
Five short autobiographies in two languages
James Maw tells the story of how women were crucial to the growth of fascism in the UK.
Three stories of mothers and daughters lost and found.
For Mother's Day, an exploration of the special bond between mother and son.
Toby Hadoke's charts his journey as a Doctor Who obsessive
BBC Radio 7
Live commentary of the first practice from round six of the Moto GP from Silverstone.
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
All the trackside action from the Moto GP circuit
Pete Mitchell explores the history and music of Detroit, home of US soul music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
A celebration of 50 years of the Motown record label.
BBC Radio Kent
Highlighting music and personalities from "Motown" City.
BBC Radio Northampton
Adam White profiles the Tamla Motown label, which launched 40 years ago in Britain
Richard Allinson and Steve Levine look at the artists and teams behind the Motown label.
The best Motown music.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Alvin Hall on Motown's eight Black Forum spoken word records with the people behind them.
Midge Ure travels to Cape Town to meet a group of young township musicians.
Mark Beaumont discovers the work Mountain Rescue teams do in our towns and cities.
Sian Pari Huws meets the volunteer mountain rescue teams that are on call 24/7.
BBC Radio Wales
Latest developments in technology, from home computers and the web to gadgets and games
Louise Elliott meets Terry O'Neill from Newport, whose story inspired Agatha Christie.
Comedy show looking at the modern woman, offering a mixture of satire and silliness
Series discussing current affairs issues with the youth of Scotland. With Vic Galloway
Mix of soul, disco, funk, reggae and R&B, from timeless acts to today's stars
Mukti Jain Campion reports on the changing reading habits of India's growing middle class.
Rosie Millard charts the progress of people across the UK as they look for a new home.
Cameron Stout leads fifty minutes of gospel and religious music and thoughts.
BBC Radio Ulster
All the the latest film and DVD news and interviews
Fast-moving film quiz with Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode.
Series of literary passages that inspired iconic movie moments
Micky Dolenz explores how two producers kick-started an artistic renaissance in Hollywood.
Bronagh Gallagher takes a personal journey into the world of movie music
Join Three Counties as we talk all about Movies.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Well-known figures review their favourite movie with the assistance of expert contributors
Wendy Austin asks notable figures their vision for the future of Northern Ireland
Emrys Evans recalls the 1939 evacuation of the National Gallery's entire art collection.
The stories of men and women who have moved to Scotland to escape persecution
4 Extra Debut. A girl dreads visitors from the spirit world on All Hallow's Eve.
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.
Psychological drama inspired by true events from the life of Edgar Allan Poe.
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.
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
Mr Bloom is going to school today and some Tiddlers tell him about their special school.
Mr Bloom goes 'here and there' with CBeebies Radio, finding out what tiddlers like to do.
Bittersweet sitcom from Andrew Collins about eternal optimist Harvey Easter
Neil Hannon explores the illustrious 30-year career of Jeff Lynne.
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.
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.
Cruising home from the Far East, Somerset Maugham's tales of some passengers
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.
How did toy theatres begin? Simon Callow explores the world of cardboard make-believe.
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.