The stories of events and times which had a permanent effect on Scottish communities
BBC Radio Scotland
Colin Parry travels to Belfast to see how successful the peace process has been.
BBC Radio 5 live
Comedy drama about a nuclear family
Comedy drama about a 40-something man named Raymond Swan.
A state of the nation play by David Ashton, set at Paisley's premier poetry slam.
Annie Freud explores the work of the all-American poet, William Carlos Williams.
BBC Radio 4
Glasgow's underworld is the setting for Alexander McArthur and H Kingsley Long's story.
Two film-makers shoot using one of the world's last rolls of Kodachrome Super 8 film.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
For Biddy, this newfangled device created many more problems than it actually solved.
Anne Harvey visits the countryside that inspired Edward Thomas's poem 'Adlestrop'.
Peter White talks to disabled people who have achieved outstanding success in their field
Ian McMillan fights the cause of 'sodcasters', perpetrators of tinny mobile phone music.
Why do some scientists win a Nobel Prize, while others, equally deserving, are ignored?
Paul Hague is under arrest, but nothing about him adds up. Starring Cathy Tyson.
BBC Radio 7
Ian McMillan and guest comedians play games celebrating vintage comedy
Sir Antony Sher tells the story of the WWI poet Isaac Rosenberg.
Poet Dean Atta considers his response to one of the most controversial of words.
Novelist Charles holds a seance, but his medium brings an unwelcome guest.
A wife's selflessness may conceal a hidden agenda. Surprisingly modern comedy.
The notorious 1924 drama lifting the lid on the lives of the country house set.
The Gibbons family's inter-war life in a new suburban home from 1919 to 1939.
Noel Gallagher answers audience questions and picks tracks from the Oasis back catalogue.
BBC Radio 2
Eccentric explorer Gum collects fossils - and three orphans whose names begin with 'P'
Prof David Hendy on the role of sound and listening in 100,000 years of human history
Stephen Nolan hosts his special news quiz, as listeners take on the news experts.
Seirbheis Nollaig shònraichte à Eaglais Cuimhneachaidh Mhàrtainn ann an Steòrnabhagh.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
The spirit of Christmas from the Western Isles.
A Christmas service from Portree Parish Church with performances from island artists.
Caroline Barker takes a fan's eye look at non-league football
Caroline Barker and the team take a fan's-eye look at non league football.
BBC London 94.9
Non-Stop Christmas carols with Neil Foster
BBC Radio York
Neil Foster with traditional carols and Christmas inspiration.
News from Leicestershire's non league sides.
BBC Radio Leicester
A round-up of the region's top non-league football action.
BBC Radio Solent
Desi music, Bollywood news and entertainment with Noreen Khan easing you into the evening.
BBC Asian Network
Noreen celebrates Eid with music and guests
Emma Philpotts looks back at the big acts who played the county in 2009.
BBC Radio Norfolk
How Norman history has shaped Lincolnshire.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Kathleen Jamie explores the legacy of the Norn language among Shetland's poets.
Ian Marchant takes a trip along the line dividing the North of England from the South
Offbeat comedy with Des Clarke, Toni Frutin, David Kay, Lewis Macleod and Debbie Welsh
Comedy by Katherine Jakeways about the inhabitants of a small town in Northamptonshire
Marcia quits sophisticated London for a doctor's surgery on a remote Northumbrian island
The public of the North East of Scotland debate the impact of government spending cuts.
Sport coverage for the North East on BBC Newcastle.
Your views on the match.
Robin Denselow examines the growing influence of the Mexican drug ballad, or narcocorrido.
Michael McNamee and Joel Taggart present coverage of the North West 200 from Portrush.
BBC Radio Ulster
All the race day action live from the Relentless International North West 200.
Michael McNamee and Joel Taggart present live motorcycle racing coverage.
Coverage from the international North West 200 motorcycle road races
Songs depicting our beautiful county.
BBC Radio Northampton
Featuring coverage of Northamptonshire teams.
With classified results, match reports, manager and player interviews and the phone-in.
Oldham Council has to make cuts of £25 million. Where will the axe fall? Who will be hit?
Gold treasure has been found in County Down. Gerry Anderson meets the curatorial team
BBC Radio Foyle
As Derry-Londonderry becomes the UK City of Culture, William Crawley considers identity.
Is national identity precise or can it accommodate a range of affiliations and sympathies?
The much-loved writer's fascinating childhood and how it inspired tales of Narnia.
Mary Fox plays two hours of the best Northern Soul and Motown.
BBC Radio Stoke
John Kane brings you the best in classic and modern soul.
BBC Radio Leeds
Russ Winstanley presents a seasonal special of Northern Soul.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Get the hottest sounds around from Motown, the 60s and the 70s with Ian Gray.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
The unlikely career and startling fall from grace of a great writer.
Short stories by Norwegian writers
Croesawu'r Flwyddyn Newydd gyda Radio Cymru. Radio Cymru welcomes in the New Year.
BBC Radio Cymru
Comedi sefyllfa gan Marged Esli. A sitcom by Marged Esli.
Rosie Goldsmith learns about the ancient and secretive art of perfume-making.
Rhaglen arbennig yn cofio'r Prifardd Iwan Llwyd fu farw eleni. A tribute to Iwan Llwyd.
Rhaglenni ar gyfer ysgolion. Programmes for schools
Cyngerdd o gerddoriaeth y sioeau mawr. A concert of songs from the musicals.
Huw Edwards yn holi Beti George. Huw Edwards interviews Beti George.
Radio Humberside presenters old and new battle it out in a birthday radio quiz.
BBC Radio Humberside
After being raped by a friend, Maddy is urged by the police to go public.
First World War Poets Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen meet for the first time.
Stuart Maconie looks at how to end a piece of music.
Series introducing wildlife-hating Welshmen and women to the natural world
BBC Radio Wales
Zoe Ball looks at how the worlds of dance music and Britpop regularly crossed paths.
Mark Goodier looks back at some of the massive pop success stories of the Britpop era.
Trevor Nelson looks at the vibrant R&B and Hip Hop scene that ran parallel with Britpop.
Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Graeme Swann return for a Christmas edition.
The life of Johnny Morris, told by his friend and former co-presenter Terry Nutkins.
Matt Lucas looks at the tradition of music business satire.
Matthew Parris explores the vocabulary of politics
Stewart Henderson tells the story of music hall and variety theatre veteran Arthur Tolcher
Two interleaved stories of men's experiences of the army, and how their lives are linked.
A comic oratorio inspired by Life of Brian, celebrating 40 years of Monty Python.
BBC Radio 3
Linda McAuley offers listeners the chance to have their say on the vital issues of the day
Discover football beyond the World Cup with Steve Lamacq and Robin Ince.
Davie Scott discusses the art of creating a great pop melody in front of a live audience.
A portrait of Martinique's most famous son, poet and politician Aime Cesaire.
A look back at Nottinghamshire's sporting year (2008)
BBC Radio Nottingham