A celebration of British-Asian stand-up comedy
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The American essayist presents a series of audience readings.
BBC Radio 4
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.
BBC Radio Scotland
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
Nina Myskow talks to Rufus and Martha Wainwright about their confessional songs.
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.
BBC Radio Wales
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
Art historian Dr Janina Ramirez is on a mission to decode Durer's Melencolia 1.
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
Join Melvyn Prior on BBC Radio Lincolnshire.
BBC Radio Derby
Coverage of the memorial service for the former first minister and DUP leader Ian Paisley.
BBC Radio Ulster
During the First World War, an internal battle is fought for decent burials and graves.
BBC Radio 7
Denzil Dudley wallows in a little seasonal nostalgia.
BBC Radio Jersey
Sitcom set in a parallel world where women are unquestionably in charge. By Arthur Mathews
Classic comedy series about hare-brained bureaucrats
Glen Matlock presents the story of one of the UK's most enduring rock bands.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Tim Samuels explores why increasing numbers of metropolitan males are turning to therapy.
Series which attempts to seperate sexist myth from scientific fact
Former paratrooper John McDonald tells the history of military parachuting.
Susan Marling reports from the Hudson Valley on the painters that shaped America.
Who advises American presidents? Tony Blair's chief of staff Jonathan Powell investigates.
A look at what the new breed of multi-millionaire footballers are doing with their wealth.
The men's magazine for the modern man
Including The Devil to Pay, The Man Who Invented Yesterday and The Bionic Blob.
Lifelong fan Danny Wallace celebrates the Beano comic in its 75th anniversary year.
Emerson String Quartet in Mendelssohn: Theme and Variations; Brahms: String Quartet No 3.
BBC Radio 3
A day of concerts from the EBU, marking the 200th anniversary of Felix Mendelssohn's birth
Selection of programmes celebrating the life and music of Felix Mendelssohn
Mark Whitaker reports from the Menin Gate in the Belgian city of Ypres.
Music writer Michael White tells the life story of composer Gian Carlo Menotti.
The Thing About Syd. Mark Radcliffe remembers the life and music of Syd Barrett.
The return of our regiment as they paraded through the streets of Worcester.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Coverage of the prestigious Mercury Prize awards for the best UK album of the year
Martin Wainwright celebrates the Morris Minor, Britain's first mass produced family car.
Women whose much-loved husbands have died describe finding unexpected happiness afterwards
Coverage of sport and sports news on BBC Merseyside.
BBC Radio Merseyside
The latest from St Helens, Warrington Wolves and Widnes Vikings.
Paul Barrett traces his rock'n'roll history, an adventure in brown suede shoes.
Reverend Mervyn Roberts reflects faith issues with a selection of music.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
How a leading German modern artist's greatest work was rediscovered in a barn in Cumbria.
Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Gymreig y BBC yn perfformio Meseia Handel.
BBC Radio Cymru
Discussion programme looking at how current media trends affect our lives
Jarvis Cocker explains his love for one of literature's most extraordinary figures.
Sgeulachdan às an tasglann bho fheadhainn a sheòl air a' Metagama agus a' Marloch.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Emily Booth tells the story of heavy metal, the loudest and darkest form of rock.
Radio Orkney's resident rocker gets out his air guitar.
Dr Phil Hammond explores the use of metaphorical language in health care.
Jenny Eclair narrates a eulogy mourning the imminent death of the parking meter.
BBC correspondent Will Grant challenges stereotypes as he investigates Mexico's economy.
An insight into the life of Fr John MacMillan
A selection of cherished Gaelic songs
Measgachadh de dhaoine a toirt thugainn cuid den a' cheòl as fheàrr leotha fhèin.
Gordon Corera looks inside Britain's Secret Intelligence Service
Michael's special guest is actress Imelda Staunton.
Michael's special guest is actor Jonathan Pryce.
Sunday Brunch with Michael Ball and guests
Michael Ball takes an in-depth look at the greatest songwriting partnerships of all time
Founding member of The Goon Show, Michael Bentine shares stories of his life and career.
Founding member of The Goon Show, Michael Bentine shares stories of his life and career
Comedy programme with Goon Show founder Michael Bentine
News, views and music to get you through the morning
BBC Radio Foyle
Disaffected writer Linus Scott arrives in a remote east coast settlement
A naive novelist is losing readers, when he encounters two hardened criminals.
A Hollywood star's bizarre 1963 legal battle to protect his name.
Professor Swann seduces students over spaghetti vongole, but what's he really looking for?
The creator of Radio 4's Two Pipe Problems remembers working with the late actor.
Good music, features and the occasional surprise guest presenter.
BBC Radio Devon
Michael and the news team present a full round up of the day's news from the county.
Join Michael for your Sunday breakfast with stories and views.
Actor and singer Michael Crawford reads from his autobiography
Evil Chief Whip Francis Urquhart start scheming his way into 10 Downing Street.
Bethan Rhys Roberts presents a tribute to the former Labour leader and MP for Ebbw Vale.
Donald MacIntyre presents a special programme on the life and career of Michael Foot.
Coffee and literature or art and sugar? Two writers clash under Cuban skies.
Young couple Phil and Cath attempt to impose order on their tiny flat.