Series of audio interventions by artists, to mark the launch of the Open arts initiative
BBC Radio 4
Mariella Frostrup with the best in new fiction and non-fiction.
Countryside magazine featuring the people and wildlife that shape the landscape of Britain
A tour of the British countryside.
News, reports, commentary and features from the Open Championship
BBC Radio 5 live
With Umi Prasad.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Stand-up comedian Tom Wrigglesworth recounts his tale of taking on the jobsworths.
A collection of open-hearted tales from a mic-less open mic night at The Catweazle Club.
Including Castle's on the Air, Jimmy's Cricket Team and Bernie Clifton's Comedy Shop.
BBC Radio 7
David Shukman travels to Jordan to find out if science can bring peace in the Middle East.
Paul Bennun finds out how Free and Open Source software is making its impact felt.
Razia Iqbal examines the tradition of banks as patrons of art.
A sound celebration of historical events
Audio description commentary from the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
5 live Olympics Extra
Series showcasing first-time and emerging writers
Michael White uncovers the life of the soprano singer Jennifer Vyvyan.
A concert of opera favourites recorded at the Jersey Opera House.
BBC Radio Jersey
Ken McCormack tells the story of Derry's lost theatre.
BBC Radio Foyle
Highlights of the Faenol Festival Opera Gala.
BBC Radio Wales
Programme presenting rare and fascinating operatic performances
BBC Radio 3
The writer Tom Dyckhoff looks at the life and work of Richard Buckminster Fuller.
Docudrama recreating the mass evacuation of 3 million children at the start of WWII.
BBC Radio 2
Òran an Là. A song for the day
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Explore the real Oranges and Lemons Churches with Maxwell Hutchinson.
BBC London 94.9
Sùil air gnìomhachas a' Chlò Hearaich agus an Orb a' comharrachadh ceud bliadhna.
A thrilling tale that delves into the psyche of a traumatised spaceman.
For Merseyside's Chinese community.
Denis Norden in conversation with Paul Jackson on the formative days of radio comedy.
Denis Norden chats to Paul Jackson about his radio comedy partnership with Frank Muir.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Paul Jackson celebrates the prolific writing partnership of Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
Former Loaded editor James Brown examines Hugh Hefner and his Playboy magazine.
Short stories by well-known authors
Writer and journalist Alkarim Jivani asks why we value originality.
Exploring newly uncovered archaeological evidence concerning mankind's origins
A look at island life in the present and the past.
BBC Radio Scotland
Caroline Wickham Jones digs into the archaeology news
The Mercury Theatre on the Air broadcast that caused panic in America on Halloween in 1938
Bha Màiri air te de chlann-nighean a' sgadain là dha robh i. Le Magaidh Nic a' Ghobhainn.
An exclusive interview with Al Pacino about his passion for Oscar Wilde.
Ricky Ross examines the life and work of the photographer and film-maker Oscar Marzaroli.
Mark Kermode joins Shelagh Fogarty and Richard Bacon for an Oscar Nominations special.
Clare Teal looks back at the life of the late jazz great, Oscar Peterson
Andrew Collins explores how the award for Best Song reflects a changing film landscape.
At a country house party, Mrs Arbuthnot's long-concealed secret comes back to haunt her.
An unprincipled lady blackmails a politician with a secret from his past.
Simon Russell Beale reads correspondence from Oscar Wilde to his lover Lord Alfred Douglas
The illustrious Mrs Erlynne sacrifices herself to rescue a lady from seduction.
Oscar Wilde's black comedy satirising the morals of the upper classes
Powerful poem about hanging - as inspired by a fellow inmate in prison.
Classic short story from the famous Irish writer
Nick McCarty's adaptation of the Wilde classic
A group of children adore playing in a beautiful garden, until the owner returns.
Colin Paterson with all the news and gossip from Hollywood ahead of the 2013 Oscars.
The Austrian-born artist and writer talks about his life and work as a painter.
The story of James MacPherson's 'discovery' of the ancient poems of Ossian in the 1760s.
How history and landscape have shaped political allegiances in remote parts of Britain
Morning news and entertainment with Ronnie Barbour.
BBC Three Counties Radio
With Brendan Murphy.
Don Letts explores the role of Notting Hill in music over the last 50 years.
A 12-year-old hears an unbelievable truth which turns her world upside down.
The story of Radio Caroline North.
BBC Radio Sheffield
A look at life on the pirate radio ship that served the North and Midlands
BBC Radio Leicester
Paul Rowley looks at the life on the lesser known pirate radio station in the Irish Sea.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Paul Rowley remembers Radio Caroline North.
BBC Radio Lancashire
A history of the famous pirate station boat that served the Midlands and North of England.
Paul Rowley looks back at the other Radio Caroline – Radio Caroline North.
BBC Radio Manchester
The Story of Radio Caroline North.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Paul Rowey looks back at pirate radio in the North.
BBC Radio Leeds
Following the Duke of Wellington and his peninsular campaign between 1808 and 1813
Peter Luke's plays about the 1808-1813 peninsular campaign of the Duke of Wellington.
Tunes from the other side.
Johnnie Walker delves into one of the biggest fears and taboos in human culture - death.
Stuart Maconie assesses of the life and music of American soul legend Otis Redding.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Brian Perkins shaved off his beard after 30 years. But how did he maintain his good looks?
Ben Schott investigates Oulipo, the French experimental literary group.
Comedy drama about a civil servant posted to the MoD as boss to four military officers
Jonathan Kent looks at a staple we take for granted and explores what it reveals about us
Exploring the vast archive of Chaplin's unfinished scripts, letters and press cuttings
Tim Whewell reports from Leicester, predicted to soon become Europe's first 'plural city'.
Tom Heap examines the global food crisis and its impact on Britain
Linguist Mark Turin explores the fate of the world's endangered languages
A shy middle-aged woman is forced out of her shell by a 12 year old girl.
Michael Rosen investigates the story of the library
Helen Mark and Michael McNamee visit six of Northern Ireland's most important waterways
BBC Radio Ulster
Mark Stephen hears the stories of the North East's distinctive past.
A new comedy starring Jenny Eclair as jaded community website journalist Ros Moss.
A fast-paced look at some of the highlights of BBC Radio Scotland's year.
So, what has the county got to offer that will tempt you out of the armchair.