Mark uses his unique logic to propose solutions to society's problems
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Comedian Mark Steel visits towns across the UK and creates a show for a local audience
BBC Radio 4
Comedy drama series set in a Cambridge college
George Cragge investigates a spree of bizarre muders involving bankers and pound coins
Mark Thomas's award winning show about his opera-loving father and their relationship.
Mark tells of obtaining permits in his campaign against the Serious Organised Crime Act.
Comedian and activist Mark Thomas creates a People's Manifesto
A selection of stories from the great author
BBC Radio 7
The great author's 19th century classic. Read by Martin T Sherman
The great author's famous work, abridged by Brian Miller and read by Ed Bishop
Stand-up, sketches and songs from comic Mark Watson
Mark attempts to answer the big questions, nimbly assisted by Tim Key and Tom Basden.
Mark Watson's quest to improve the world, nimbly assisted by Tim Key and Tom Basden
BBC Radio Northampton
Join Mark Whall on BBC Northampton.
Boxing Day Big Band Bonannza with Mark and Peter.
The best of Mark's musical chain. Can you guess what's coming next?
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Gregg Wallace looks at the state of Britain's traditional street markets
Comedy penned by Bob Monkhouse, from his private archive. Co-written by Denis Goodwin.
A Christmas Carol, with a comic twist. An all-star cast perform Dickens' classic tale.
George and Kate are newly married and already facing the frustrations of their new life.
Robin is happily single when he wakes up in a parallel universe, with a wife and kids
The monologues of Marriott Edgar, performed by actors and comedians
Philip Sweeney on music, crime and culture in Marseille, 2013 European City of Culture.
Comedy set at Kibble College of Culture and Sport, where we meet Marshall and his mates.
BBC Radio Scotland
Allan Little recalls the postwar aid programme developed by General George Marshall.
Dave Payne, father of school dinner blogger Martha, discusses being in the media spotlight
Martin Bailie presents the afternoon programme weekday afternoons from 15:00-17:00.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Drive home with Martin for a round-up of all the day's news and sport.
BBC Radio Leicester
Join Martin Barrass on BBC Radio York.
BBC Radio York
The journalist turned politician asks if standing for parliament in 1997 was worth it.
With a salute to the single.
BBC Radio Kent
Join Martin Buchanan on BBC Radio Kent.
The seafaring hero faces pirates and battles afloat. Stars Steven Pacey and Julia Swift.
Join Martin Daniels on BBC Lincolnshire.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Martin talks to local people and finds out their perfect weekend morning, plus great music
BBC Radio Bristol
Northamptonshire's faith-flavoured music and news magazine
1998 retelling of The Snow Queen, with Tara Prendergast
Martin Jarvis profiles the work and influence of Tommy Trinder
Join Martin Kelner on BBC Radio Leeds.
BBC Radio Leeds
The only way to start your day with news, travel and entertainment across West Yorkshire.
Science-fiction thriller in which a Britain of the future bans music
Conversation and inspiration for Sunday morning.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Join Martin Roberts on BBC Radio Bristol.
Not the football club, but a one-legged, partially sighted wheeler-dealer from Lancashire.
A journey home brings a middle-aged man face to face with his rebellious childhood.
The imagination of the third Bennet sister gives Austen's Pride and Prejudice a new twist.
A maverick bus driver starts to annoy passengers on an over-heated tourist bus in Spain.
The heroes of the great Exeter theatre fire of 1887. Martin Sorrell's recreation of events
Martin Wainwright reassesses the old cliche that 'it's grim up North'
Contemporary horror story set in a remote Scottish country house
Sir Morton Makepeace's characters disrupt his play and threaten his new Folly.
As Kenneth and Clare move to a smaller house, they get some unexpected visitors.
George Eliot's secret identity meets complications when a certain Mr Liggins gets involved
Drama inspired by the true life story of an 18th century forger of the Bard.
The remarkable story of pioneering BBC Radiophonic Workshop composer Delia Derbyshire.
Harry's long marriage to Joyce reaches an all-time low when she experiences reincarnation.
Maureen and Veronica are brought together by a troublesome dog.
Paralleling Emily Bronte's Haworth life by reconstructing her fantasy world.
Staying at home for 25 years, the strange tale of celebrated Victorian recluse James Lucas
Tom is not happy with married life. Will he find true happiness with an old flame?
Martyn Wade's comic tale of greed and corruption in Victorian London. With James Grout.
The story of Olive Garnett, who falls for a Russian expatriate with a sinister past.
Mrs Chatterley of Gravesend reveals similar interests to her famous namesake.
Coleridge reflects on his personal and professional setbacks. Stars Tom Wilkinson.
Music and conversation from Bristol's Black scene.
Glenn Mitchell profiles the visits to Britain of legendary comedy team The Marx Brothers.
Mary Ann Kennedy presents her own mix of sounds from across the globe
BBC Radio 3
Mary Ann Kennedy presents a world music show with a uniquely Scottish perspective
Left field dance, dubstep and guest mixes
BBC Radio 1
Mary Anne Hobbs welcomes you to the waking world with the definitive weekend soundtrack.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Heartache and danger lie ahead for Laura Montreville, as she must choose between two men
Sharply observed story about a marriage in crisis from Mary Costello's debut collection
Join Mary Green on BBC Radio Berkshire.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Adaptation of the children's classic following the adventures of the tiny Clock family
Three children discover there's more to Miss Price than meets the eye
A fantastical tale exploring man's fascination with eternal life and elixirs.
A family buys a house in near-deserted town, with spooky, time-shifting consequences
Five cousins and their friends stay at a house with a lawn leading to the Cornish cliffs
The double double-act of Newman and Baddiel and Punt and Dennis
Comedy from Meera Syal, Nitin Sawhney, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Nina Wadia
Billy Kay studies the history of Scottish Freemasonry.
Robert Louis Stevenson's buccaneering tale of family division in Jacobite times
Roland Buerk reports on the crisis in Japan's declining traditional kimono industry.
Comedy. Professor Joy Klamp is a specialist in the art of spoiling other people's pleasure
Bruce Dickinson explores the world of hard rock
BBC Radio 2
Bruce Dickinson looks back at rock history.
Bruce Dickinson presents a profile of the virtuoso blues-rock guitarist.
John Masters' continuing saga of the Savage family serving in the British army in India.
John Masters dramatisation with Michael Cochrane and Eva Haddon
Adaptation of John Masters' 1952 novel set in India during British imperial rule
John Masters dramatisation with Bill Nighy and Juliet Stevenson
Live golf commentary, reports and reaction from the first major of the season at Augusta
BBC Radio 5 live
Improvised comedy with Paul Merton, Josie Lawrence, Caroline Quentin and Jim Sweeney.
John Wilson talks to musicians about their career-defining albums.