Paul Morley charts a history of popular music through recording studios
BBC Radio 4
Felicity Evans visits Atlantic College on the Vale of Glamorgan coast.
BBC Radio Wales
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.
Malachy Tallack journeys around the 60th Parallel, which crosses from Canada to Russia.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The blog of the Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai voiced by British girls her age.
Music, fun and competitions.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Join Malcolm for Oxfordshire's stories and Oxfordshire people.
BBC Radio Oxford
Your stories with the best interviews and always plenty of laughter with Malcolm Boyden.
Join Malcolm for great conversation and music, as well as the latest news and sport.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
The best of the big bands.
The last edition of this show was broadcast on 26 July 2009.
BBC Radio 2
Trevor Hoyle explores the life and work of author Malcolm Lowry, who died 50 years ago.
Malcolm McLaren tells the story of the jukebox within organised crime and rock'n'roll.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Malcolm McLaren tells the extraordinary story of his 1983 album, Duck Rock.
McLaren gives an account of his observations, memories and stories about London.
Godfather of punk Malcolm McLaren puts his musical life into context.
Musician and impresario Malcolm McLaren sets out in search of his true self.
Jonathan Glancey explores the life and career of E-Type designer, Malcolm Sayer.
Four voices consider the legacy of Malcolm X in post-Ferguson America.
Comedy set in a cafe run by a Scots-Italian family with Jonathan Watson and Dawn Steele.
BBC Radio Scotland
Matthew Parris delves deep into hate poems, curses and vindictive spells.
Gemma Cairney travels to Mali to meet local musicians affected by the recent troubles.
Middle-aged men in Lycra flock to Mallorca each year for its perfect cycling conditions.
Malmesbury in Wiltshire aims to establish itself as the country's 'Philosophy Town'.
Sitcom by David Nobbs, set in a small art museum staffed by eccentrics and obsessives
Three stories that explore men's relationships with their homes.
Drama based on the life of Jesus
Programme examining the effect of Lieutenant Mark Evison's death on those he knew.
The programme is dedicated to Jerseyman Harold Le Dreullinec.
BBC Radio Jersey
Matthew Sweet reveals the untold story of film critic Harold McCarthy.
A creepy raconteur, played by Mark Gatiss, introduces spooky tales
Brian Aldiss's award-winning story about space travel is adapted for radio
BBC Radio 7
Lenny Kravitz celebrates the life and musical achievements of soul artist Curtis Mayfield
Lenny Kravitz celebrates the life and music of Curtis Mayfield.
Lenny Kravitz pays tribute to Curtis Mayfield's life and achievements.
Jarvis Cocker looks at Kraftwerk and their influence on the music industry.
Jarvis Cocker looks at German electronic music and its top exponents.
Jarvis Cocker presents the story of the influential German band and their contemporaries.
USA: A black man dresses as a maid to find work in 1950s Chicago. With Paterson Joseph.
John Humphrys visits the Greek home of travel writer Patrick Leigh Fermor.
Seema Anand unravels Iqbal's epic poem Shikwa, Man's heartrending complaint to God.
Phill Jupitus visits Nashville to meet Joe Chambers and his collection of rock memorabilia
Series following Mark Beaumont's cycling trip around the Americas
Rob Walker investigates the mystery of a man found dead on a west London street.
Fleet Street, 1968. An actress determines to uncover a gossip columnist's source.
Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee investigate Prosper Merimee, author and conservationist
Bill Lloyd investigates the life of Alexis Soyer, the first Victorian celebrity chef.
James Naughtie thinks now is a timely moment for a reappraisal of Sir Walter Scott.
What happens when a habit for collecting other people's diaries gets out of hand?
Shaun Ley tells the tale of Maundy Gregory, who sold peerages on behalf of Lloyd George.
Kwame Kwei-Armah unravels the myths behind tap dancer Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson.
Peter Day explores the wayward genius of Irish writer Flann O'Brien on his centenary.
Actor David Morrissey celebrates Roger Hill, an unsung hero of the British arts scene.
Archie Fisher celebrates the songs of Scotland's most famous bard, Robert Burns.
BBC Radio Ulster
Comedy starring Morven Christie and Siobhan Redmond as ditzy boss Izzy and her PA Janine.
A series of documentaries about managing Glasgow's famous rival football clubs
Tristram Hunt on a tale of two cities, and their contrasting response to the US Civil War.
Steve Saul with the week's big business stories and news from the High Street.
BBC Radio Manchester
Christmas eve spirit with your favourite presenters and carols from the Bridgewater Hall.
Crime stories set in Manchester
Local celebrities chat to Michelle and Justin, and choose their favourite Disney tracks.
Live coverage of Jeremy Deller's procession.
Live from Albert Square with the stars of the Festival and the first night reviews.
Vicky Whitfield tells the story of the Manchester Art Treasures Exhibition of 1857
Michelle Hussey plays the sounds of your city - past, present and future.
News and sport in the moment, with the latest traffic and weather information.
Everything you need to know in 30 minutes.
Your chance to hear some of our best bits again, mixed in with some great music.
The best coverage of your local teams from the North West's biggest sports station.
Ian Cheeseman chats to another North West sporting personality.
All the build-up and interviews ahead of today's matches involving our local teams.
Have your say on the day's local sporting action. Call 0161 228 2255.
Our preview of the weekend's local sporting action.
John Harris takes a look at how writers in 1930s Manchester shaped our views of the north.
Jeanette Winterson presents a personal exploration of Manchester.
Documentary about the Manchester music scene.
Fergal Keane takes a journey through the private notebooks and letters of Nelson Mandela.
BBC world affairs editor John Simpson remembers Nelson Mandela.
BBC Radio 5 live
Mandy Morton on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Mandy explores the story behind the success of 'The Byrds'.
"Remembering Buddy" Mandy looks back at the story of Buddy Holly.
Chris and Emma solve the clues that will take them on a chase around Greater Manchester.
Exclusive live performances and conversation with the Manic Street Preachers.
A pre-gig show before Manic Street Preachers perform The Holy Bible at Cardiff Castle.
East Greenland: An old hunter tries to teach a young boy something of his ways.
Leicester's first female Asian Mayor tells her story.
BBC Radio Leicester
The secret world of the mannequin, their early history and changing shapes and styles.
Asian news and topical features, plus a great selection of Asian music.
BBC Local Radio
Join Manpreet Mellhi on BBC Radio Gloucestershire.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
BBC World Service
Profile of Thomas Staley, who has bought the archives of UK writers for a Texas university
Golwg ymchwiliadol ar bynciau llosg yng Nghymru a thu hwnt.
BBC Radio Cymru
Exploring the Manhattan grid as city matrix, psychic space and a bold political ideal.