Six-part reading of Charles Dickens's Oliver Twist. Read by David Warner
BBC Radio 2
An adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel.
Young newlywed Harriet Pringle arrives in Bucharest in 1939
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Coverage of the Olivier Awards, which recognise excellence in professional theatre.
Shirley Robertson talks to some of Scotland's Great Olympians
BBC Radio Scotland
Colin Jackson and Mark Foster talk to Olympic icons and find out what it takes to win gold
BBC Radio 5 live
Mark Whitaker tells the story of arts contests at the Olympic Games.
BBC Radio 4
Lord Sebastian Coe joins Simon Mayo and Anita Anand for an Olympic debate.
Exploring the lives of Welsh Olympic competitors
BBC Radio Wales
Tim Dellor and Olympian Sarah Winckless discuss international and domestic rowing news.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Live coverage of the Olympic events plus news, sport and travel updates
A full round-up of the overnight action from the Beijing Olympics
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Round-up of the day's London 2012 Olympic action from BBC Radio 5 live and Olympics Extra
5 live Olympics Extra
Highlights from the Olympic rowing regatta where Great Britain took nine medals.
Cycling highlights of Team GB's best moments on the road and in the velodrome.
Nemone looks at the music and musicians who soundtracked the 2012 Games.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Russell Fuller presents coverage of the Olympic Games from Beijing.
BBC World Service
Coverage of the test events in the build up to the London 2012 Olympic Games
A bulid-up to London 2012 with the county's medal hopefuls and the latest on other sports.
BBC Radio Leicester
Radio Wales presenters host live events as the Olympic Torch Relay makes its journey
Nikki Gregg and Rigsy live from cities round Northern Ireland to welcome the Olympic Torch
BBC Radio Ulster
Coverage of the Olympic torch's jouney through Devon.
BBC Radio Devon
A full round-up of the day's Olympic stories
How is the world shaping up for the London Olympics and Paralympics in 2012?
Extra live London 2012 Olympic coverage from BBC Radio 5 live
Hanes un cwmwd bach anghysbell Cymreig a'i uchelgais Olimpaidd.
BBC Radio Cymru
How Handel became, through his oratorios, a favourite of the working and middle classes.
Three women living in the same road are about to discover the delights of parenthood
Michael Rosen explores what being inferior actually means
Marcus Brigstocke is forced to reassess his prejudices about the character of politicians
Gilbert Markus and Simon Taylor explore the roots of Scotland's faith in its landscape
The people and stories from global film and television. With Kirsty Lang.
Series that talks to the great and the good of the songwriting world
BBC Radio Leeds gets to the heart of politics from West Yorkshire to Westminster.
BBC Radio Leeds
With Spencer Leigh.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Jenny Cuffe examines the role of local magistrates and the proposed court closures.
Comedy series about the writer of an internet diary
New country music
Writer Clare Allan on the controversial diagnosis of borderline personality disorder.
Short stories looking at the Cuban Missile Crisis through the eyes of ordinary people
Drama set on the famous Alderley Edge sandstone escarpment over one long day in summer
Simon Jones travels the waters of Wales, angling for fish and the stories behind them
Kirsty Lang and Lucy Ash present cultural snapshots off the beaten track in France
Stephen K Amos presents comedy and stories from the heart of the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe.
Satirical take on the news from the all-star cast including Chris Morris and Steve Coogan
Self-confessed map addict Mike Parker explores modern cartography
Ray Furlong meets Paul Higgs, a police officer who liaises with Cornwall's migrant workers
Declan Curry with lively analysis of the big business stories making the headlines
Mark Gatiss explores the hugely popular Doctor Who novelisations of the 1970s and 80s.
Rory Auskerry invites you to join him for the best in rock and blues.
Greg Proops celebrates Jack Kerouac's seminal road trip novel.
Series of four stories to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jack Kerouac's On The Road
Richard Melvin follows Amy Macdonald's European arena tour as she makes her way home.
By Christopher William Hill. Gentle comedy set on a remote Scilly island in 1937
Exploring the lives of successful people who have weathered storms in their careers
A routine train journey leads to an unpredictable encounter when passengers get stranded.
Danny Lawrence takes us on the Tarka Trail to meet some of the people and see the sights.
Ian Marchant talks to people affected by the increase in teenagers using London's buses.
The first incarnation of the award-winning black comedy, set in the town of Spent
Bolivia: John Pilkington reveals the men behind Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid.
How honeybees and their keepers travel vast distances pollinating America's crops.
Martin Palmer traverses England to explore the mysteries surrounding the Knights Templar.
Kaye Adams talks to people who have made a special pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
Join Steve Barker for the latest leftfield releases in electronica, ambient & dub/reggae.
BBC Radio Lancashire
A couple are enjoying an idyllic summer's day in their garden - until a visitor arrives.
BBC Radio 7
A look at Devon's love affair with railways past and present. Presented by David Sheppard.
Linda McAuley champions the cause of consumers in Northern Ireland
Marie-Louise Connolly champions the cause of consumers.
Cycling in Wales with Olympic gold medallist Geraint Thomas
Martin Ellis presents a history of the bicycle
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours
Michael Ball celebrates the career of Doris Day, who chats to Michael from California.
Comedy-drama about a woman who leaves her husband.
The story of one of the great folk singers and writers of our time, Lal Waterson.
Comedy drama set in the no-prisoners world of northern social clubs.
Series of three stories inspired by a very modern small-ads phenomenon
Marking four decades since the greatest battle for the Christmas No 1 ever.
Story of the families of British soldiers recording bedtime stories for their children.
The all-new sketch show where no sketch features more than one voice
Suspended after a national scandal, a social worker finds herself targeted by an ex-client
Mukti Jain Campion examines the world's most ambitious national identity scheme.
Traffic police, tourists and farmers talk about life in Cornwall on one busy summer's day.
One day in winter, December 21, the shortest day of the year.
Christian Slater reads Ken Kesey's powerful, anti-authoritarian novel
Following the misfortunes of Victor Meldrew as he rallies against the world's injustices
Brazil: How architect Oscar Niemeyer brought his extraordinary building designs to life.
One million books given away for free - how did it affect those involved?
Katie Derham delves into the fascinating world of musical life during the Second World War
Craig Charles tells the story of George Clinton's career.
Celebrating the best the city centre has to offer in the evening.
81-year-old Mady Gerrard recounts growing up as a teenage Jew in Hungary during the war
Kate Adie dissects the plot of Henry Fielding's Tom Jones.
Martin Kelner chats in-depth with a different guest everyday about their life and work.
The programme that explores the biggest issues in global development and the environment
Features: Funny That Way, Floggit's, The Navy Lark: Fatso's Box Brownie, and Not To Worry.