Crime thrillers set in Glasgow, written by Peter Turnbull
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Cyfle i fwynhau cerddoriaeth a sgwrs hamddenol yng nghwmni Elin Fflur.
BBC Radio Cymru
Profile of P.H. Burton, teacher, mentor and adoptive father of the actor Richard Burton.
BBC Radio Wales
MPs who have chosen to stand down at the general election talk about their time in office.
BBC Radio 5 live
Hawaii: This island exerts a strange hold on Hugh, a young man on a quest for identity.
Roger Daltrey looks back on the tragic life of Beach Boys drummer Dennis Wilson.
BBC Radio 2
Angela Gray travels around Wales to sample and cook with the local cuisine
John McCarthy explores the life of Arthur Ransome through the boats he once owned.
BBC Radio 4
Late night banter and fantastic music.
Tracing the histories of some of the most passionate pieces of music ever written
A look at one of the most deceptively simple jobs in music.
Susan Calman finds out if her obsession with Casualty would make her any good as a doctor.
BBC Radio Scotland
Set in London, 1958, ER Braithwaite recalls the prejudice for being a black social worker
Vivienne Parry explores the similarities between emotional and physical pain.
Clare English finds out whether celebrity and fame are worth the pain that comes with them
Rob Brydon explores the complex character of Kenneth Williams
Series in which admirable sportsmen share their stories
Sally Marlow investigates the hidden problem of addiction to over-the-counter painkillers.
Actress Felicity Finch joins cave artists in their quest to paint underground chambers.
The Recording Britain project of 1939, which sent artists around the country to capture it
Humphrey Lyttelton explores the fascinating world of the early British bandleaders.
Adam Gopnik on Edward Hopper's famous painting of a lonely bar in night-time New York.
Lyse Doucet visits Pakistan to find out how it is coping after July's devastating floods.
Geoffrey Wheeler visits vaudeville houses in Britain
Dramatisation of Agatha Christie's atmospheric murder mystery. Dramatised by Joy Wikinson.
Adaptation of The Palliser novels by Anthony Trollope, written at the height of his powers
BBC Radio 7
Another chance to enjoy Paloma Faith in concert with The Guy Barker Orchestra.
Entertainment on Christmas morning.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Michelle has Meniere's disease. How will the young and vibrant woman cope?
Join Pam Mungroo on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Pam presents the early programme weekdays 5-5.45 and the Saturday mid morning show 9-12.
London 1951: Newly-acquitted killer Benji Cann turns up dead. Stars David Tennant.
Children's drama following the exploits of the Blue Doors theatre group
A group of children dream of setting up their very own theatre company
Contemporary thriller by Zoe Strachan and Louise Welsh, two of Scotland's best novelists.
Panjabi Hit Squad spin the freshest Desi street beats
BBC Radio 1Xtra
The biggest hip hop, Bollyhood and bhangra anthems with Dee and Rav
BBC Asian Network
Join Jo Loosemore and the cast of six local pantos.
BBC Radio Devon
Kenneth Cranham reads Andrew McConnell Stott's account of the world-famous clown
Hear from the stars of the festive season in Manchester’s theatres.
BBC Radio Manchester
Rhaglen yn olrhain hanes Neuadd Gymraeg Pantycelyn. Pantycelyn Halls of Residence special.
Bryan Burnett introduces Paolo Nutini's homecoming concert at Paisley Town Hall.
Jackie Brambles talks to Paolo Nutini and celebrates his momentous year.
Danny Robins asks if the Catholic Church can inject new morality into Italian football.
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates Mass for the Feast of St Ninian.
As the Glasgow Games begin, Dr Joya Chatterji explores the history of the Commonwealth.
Famous faces relive their lives and careers in the headlines
Leslie Forbes explores how gardens have inspired artists
Public figures revisit their paper round route and reveal how it influenced their lives
A look at the week's papers
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Literary spoof series featuring chapters of imaginary best-selling novels
6 Music takes a look at the musical influences of some of the UK's most successful writers
BBC Radio 6 Music
A modern spin on the comedy gang show with Ben Clarke, Barry Cryer and more.
Trafodaeth amserol ar bapurau’r Sul. Topical discussion of the Sunday papers
Anton Lesser reads from the unabridged version of John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost
BBC Radio 3
Sci-fi comedy, set in a future where living beyond the age of seventy is prohibited
The story of the islanders forced to leave to make way for a military base in the 1960s.
Radio adaptation of GK Chesterton's detective stories
Paul Noble speaks to Paralympic athletes about their lives and careers.
Carolyn Hitt traces the history of Wales's elite sportsmen and women with disabilities
Coverage of the Paralympic Torch as it arrives in Cardiff.
Coverage from the Paralympic World Cup in Manchester.
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Live commentary on GB v Japan in the wheelchair rugby.
Dave Arcari tours Scotland with a blues arrangement of the Burns standard.
Kirsty Lang visits Paris to tell the story of its riverside booksellers, les bouqinistes.
A tour around Orkney
Matthew Sweet re-examines Parkinson's Law. Does work expand to fill the time allocated?
News, views, interviews, entertainment, sport and popular music with Michael Parkinson
Documentary telling the story of Britpop band Blur.
Stuart Maconie's profile of one of the most important British groups of the 1990s.
Historian Tristram Hunt explores Britain's parks and the people who created them
Michael Parkinson plays two hours of his favourite Christmas music.
Malcolm McLaren remembers the rock'n'roll manager and impresario Larry Parnes.
Tony Hawks hears from some talkative parrots and the people who choose to live with them.
Huw Cordey and friends search for one of the planet's last real wildernesses in Guyana
Railway station comedy starring Arthur Lowe
Topical comedy and sketch show starring Andy Parsons and Henry Naylor
Requests and good wishes from children across Scotland.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Matthew Parris marks the passing of the valedictory despatch from British ambassadors
Mike Berlin tells the story of an influential left-wing London coffee house set up in 1958
Sitcom by Tom Basden about a group of young idealists trying to set up a political party