Don Letts explores the role of Notting Hill in music over the last 50 years.
BBC Radio 2
A 12-year-old hears an unbelievable truth which turns her world upside down.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
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.
BBC WM 95.6
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
Tim Whewell investigates the challenges of life post-adoption.
BBC Radio 4
Following the Duke of Wellington and his peninsular campaign between 1808 and 1813
BBC Radio 7
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
BBC Radio Scotland
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.
Exploring the changing culinary landscape of Northern Ireland through the decades.
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.
Shereen Nanjiani revisits BBC Radio Scotland's broadcasting highlights of 2013.
So, what has the county got to offer that will tempt you out of the armchair.
Inspiration for getting out and about at the weekend with Fiona Stalker.
5 live hears from homeless people trying to survive sub-zero temperatures.
BBC Radio 5 live
International rugby referee Nigel Owens explores gay life in Wales
BBC Radio Wales
Writer and historian Charles Emmerson explores Europe's Armenian communities.
Exploring the great Scottish outdoors
Phil Redmond looks at the rich culture of music and comedy that has emerged from Liverpool
Allan Little tells the life story of Nelson Mandela, from prisoner to president.
After years spent in a high-profile career, how is life out of the hot seat?
Documentary series uncovering stories from the left field. Presented by Jolyon Jenkins
Comedy about an old golf club that needs a fresh start, whether it wants one or not.
Richard Hawley presents a celebration of The Shadows.
Part of CS Lewis' sci-fi trilogy, about a professor forced into a journey into space
Irish poet Matthew Sweeney with his choice of poems influenced by depressive illnesses.
Mark Miodownik explores the dwindling supplies of a host of important metals.
Robert Sandall discovers the differences in musical tuning around the world
Meeting the staff and patients at the Artificial Limb and Appliance Centre in Cardiff.
Andy Potter takes a look at the Northern Soul scene in Derbyshire and East Staffordshire.
BBC Radio Derby
Stories from an anthology of Scottish lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender writers.
Comedy sketches and standup
Kenneth Steven traces the forced journey of Lady Grange, abducted & imprisoned on St Kilda
Scotland's forecast for outdoor sports enthusiasts.
Dr Emma Griffin finds out why fox hunting is still flourishing despite the seven-year ban.
True life stories
BBC World Service
Life stories of the most interesting people from the world of arts
The world is our newsroom - discover the latest global events. Nuala McGovern presents.
Chris Mullin explores what working life is like for some outsourced workers.
BBC Radio Humberside's rugby league magazine show with your calls, texts and e-mails.
BBC Radio Humberside
The best coverage of London Cricket.
BBC London 94.9
Cricket was almost wiped out in Ireland. Kevin Connolly tells the story of its revival.
Norman Evans stars as Fanny Fairbottom, a toothless hatchet-faced Lancastrian housewife.
Broadcaster Stephen Evans explores the life and work of lyricist Yip Harburg.
Talk back to the BBC and challenge the programme makers.
The growing problem of alcohol abuse among older people, told through personal stories.
The story of a group of photojournalists who set out to witness world events.
BBC London 94.9 joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Documentaries and features from the archive.
Gethin Jones follows the stories of lottery winners and how their lives changed.
Your calls, texts and e-mails on the stories that get London talking in the early hours.
Philip Dodd explores how anxiety about China has haunted British intellectual life.
Cip ar ddigwyddiadau p'nawn Sadwrn, a digon o gerddoriaeth. Saturday's events plus music
BBC Radio Cymru
Join Owen Bradley on BBC Radio Derby.
Octogenarian Alice employs Len as her chauffeur, sparking resentment among their families.
David Baddiel investigates the events which led to the foundation of Cambridge University.
The pick of Oxfam's most recent short story collection
An hour of the blues with David Freeman
BBC Radio Oxford
Highlights of the first Oxford Jazz Festival.
BBC Oxford brings you performances, interviews and news from the festival.
James Cracknell recalls the extraordinary events leading up to the 1987 Boat Race.