Wake up to life in Wiltshire!
The heroic Norwegian seamen and their vital wartime 'Shetland Bus' lifeline.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Dramatisation of short stories by the great English writer Somerset Maugham
BBC Radio 7
Maureen MacLeod visits one of the most famous prisons ever.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Maureen MacLeod travels from Moscow to Beijing by train.
Maureen Macleod's audio diary of her trip to South Africa
Maureen MacLeod at Victoria Falls and moving south to East London
Maureen MacLeod visits Australia
Maureen MacLeod gives her impressions of Phnom Penh and Siem Reap.
Maureen MacLeod visits Fiji while on her way to the USA.
Maureen MacLeod visits Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Maureen MacLeod continues her journey, now in the USA.
Maureen MacLeod, in Nevada, visits Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon.
Maureen's trip round the world ends in New York.
Maureen MacLeod visits New Zealand
Maureen MacLeod discovers this famous city.
Agnes Bethune and Donna Gillespie in Calgary, and Maureen meets a Canadian relative.
Maureen MacLeod meets people in Zambia
With a Sunday morning mix of tunes and chat.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Muriel Gray talks to people who are passionate about standing up for their beliefs
BBC Radio Scotland
Mark Radcliffe celebrates the misfits, rebels and originals that shaped music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Mark Radcliffe looks back at The Velvet Underground, the influential band led by Lou Reed.
Music, gossip and entertainment.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Carolyn Hitt explores the story of Max Boyce's Live at Treorchy.
BBC Radio Wales
Max Boyce takes a personal journey through the rugby culture of the Six Nations
Edi Stark meets the men who keep rocking into middle age.
A lookback at the era of pirate radio with Tony Blackburn, great guests and music.
BBC London 94.9
In the 60s, cinemas opened their doors to the latest music sensations. With Andrew Collins
BBC Radio 4
Mary MacLean recalls her life in North Uist.
Murder mystery series set in the friendly Cotswold village of Carsely
Iain Anderson explores the Fab Four's many Scottish connections.
David Aaronovitch challenges popular conceptions about the McCarthy period.
Paul McCartney discusses his career with presenter Mike Read.
The story of a Belfast family written by Joseph Tomelty.
Brian Cox stars as the Edinburgh sleuth solving crimes on the Victorian streets
Former Canary Paul McVeigh and super-fan Rob Butler with all things Norwich City.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Mike Embley looks at the alliance between teenage offenders and unwanted dogs.
Dom Joly explores life with mobile phones. After 25 years, could we go cold turkey now?
Jolyon Jenkins presents a series about poisons
Omnibus edition of the classic Victorian thriller by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Former world judo champion Neil Adams attempts to meet fellow judo expert Vladamir Putin.
John Lloyd celebrates 30 years of The Meaning of Liff with Matt Lucas and Helen Fielding.
Sitcom written by Susie Donkin, Charlotte McDougall, Oriane Messina and Fay Rusling
William Andrews and Greg McHugh's sketch show mixing live and studio material
Allison Curbishley explores the silent but crucial presence of judges at sporting events.
Cipolwg ar gyfnod y Nadolig ymhlith rhai o deuluoedd milwrol Cymru. A military Christmas.
BBC Radio Cymru
Steve Hewlett presents a topical programme about the fast-changing media world
Crime series set in the 1800s featuring Dr John Snow, played by Bill Nighy
A series of programmes looking at health issues
Cathy MacDonald reveals the cutting edge research aimed at finding a cure for ME.
Are we are turning normal human behaviour into medical conditions?
Will the book that classifies mental illness lead to the medicalisation of grief?
Mary Kenny reflects on a tendency to medicalise as depression what was once melancholia.
Sandra Harnisch-Lacey reflects upon the life and death of her husband Rob.
Meera Syal's story about a young girl growing up in the Midlands during the 1970s
Meera Syal's story about a young girl growing up in the Black Country during the 1970s
A celebration of British-Asian stand-up comedy
The American essayist presents a series of audience readings.
Children interview leading authors about their work.
Popular sitcom with Jack Warner and Kathleen Harrison
Britain's Muslim-Jewish couples share their remarkable stories with Zubeida Malik.
Vic Galloway goes in search of Britain's vanishing community spirit.
Series in which people interview their own parents about their lives.
Exploring the success of the 210,000-strong community of Patels in Britain.
What do we really know about the Roma? Shelley Jofre finds out.
A chance to look behind the scenes of BBC Sport
BBC Radio 5 live
High-profile figures, in conversation with John Wilson, replay their own sound archive
Radio drama about a shopkeeper coming to terms with a violent robbery.
Mark Coles goes in search of the vilified.
Mental maths quizzes for children aged 7 - 9.
Join Megan Paterson on BBC Radio Cumbria.
BBC Radio Cumbria
Comedy show with Sue Perkins and Mel Giedroyc
The tale of Henry's heart attack, as his bickering organs discuss his fate.
Mel Daley's up-front account of her battle against breast cancer in a personal monologue.
Mel Giedroyc takes a British family back 2,000 years to live in a Danish Iron Age village.
All the best bits of this week's 4 O'Clock Show
Live music and guests from the summer festivals.
BBC Asian Network
Radio 2's coverage of the Cheltenham Jazz Festival continues with Melody Gardot in concert
BBC Radio 2
Religious news and views from across the three counties.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Join Melvyn Hayes on BBC Radio Solent.
BBC Radio Solent
Lincolnshire people with amazing stories, and your calls on the day's discussion topic.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Afternoon entertainment. Text 07786 201 949 [network rates].
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective. Starring Clive Merrison and Michael Williams
BBC Radio Derby
During the First World War, an internal battle is fought for decent burials and graves.
Denzil Dudley wallows in a little seasonal nostalgia.
BBC Radio Jersey
Classic comedy series about hare-brained bureaucrats
Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands.
Tim Samuels explores why increasing numbers of metropolitan males are turning to therapy.