Paul spins the best of classic pop, plus the Where Am I Now challenge.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Three hours of great entertainment.
BBC Radio York
Living life across West Yorkshire.
BBC Radio Leeds
With the Sunday jukebox.
Paul looks back at the year just past.
Chart hits from Christmas through the years.
Toby Litt investigates what brought the poet Paul Celan to an ordinary North London street
BBC Radio 4
Join Paul Coia on BBC Radio Berkshire.
BBC Radio Berkshire
The stories of forgotten people, read by Andrew Sachs.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Join Paul Dunphy on BBC Radio Leeds.
Saturday lunchtime entertainment with Paul.
BBC Radio Northampton
Join Paul Ennever on BBC Radio Northampton.
A round up of the day's news and sport plus travel news to get you home.
BBC WM 95.6
The most comprehensive round up of the day's news and sport plus travel news.
An artist and a young girl help a wounded bird and find love during the Second World War.
BBC Radio 2
A selection from the week's American charts, plus classics from the last six decades.
Paul Gambaccini talks to writer, producer and singer Smokey Robinson.
Paul selects interview extracts from throughout his 40 years on BBC radio
Join Paul Hawkins on BBC Essex.
Paul Hudson and guests discus the weather and its impact on our lives.
Join Paul Hudson on BBC Radio Sheffield.
BBC Radio Sheffield
BBC weather presenter Paul Hudson discusses the weather for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
BBC Radio Humberside
PJ reads your messages and plays some special music to welcome in the New Year.
BBC Radio Kent
The weekend starts here with the two Pauls.
A look back through the career of Derby County manager Paul Jewell.
BBC Radio Derby
The weekly dose of Rhythm and Blues tunes from Paul Jones
Brenda, the landlady of a modest B&B in a Victorian seaside town, isn't all that she seems
Join Paul Marriott on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Another chance to hear Paul McCartney live at Anfield, one of the highlights of Capital of Culture year.
Sir Paul McCartney headlines at Anfield with support from Kaiser Chiefs and the Zutons.
Highlights of a performance by Sir Paul McCartney at the Roundhouse in Camden, London.
Topical show covering the serious and ridiculous, reflecting Northern Ireland's north-west
BBC Radio Foyle
Topical magazine with Paul McFadden, ranging from the serious to the ridiculous. With news
Call to take part in the late-night phone-in and go to bed with a smile on your face.
BBC Radio Solent
Paul Miller plays a classy mix of Sweet Soul & Smooth Jazz.
Classic floor fillers from the 70s and 80s.
With music and a look at the papers
Paul Morley sets off on a journey to find out where different musical genres come from
News, debate and music from the African/Caribbean community.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Join Paul and get your Good Friday off to the best possible start.
BBC Radio Devon
Join Paul Moxham on BBC Devon.
Paul O'Grady presents a seasonal mix of Christmas music and hits from 2008.
A kick start to the day, with a lively mix of music and news.
BBC Radio Lancashire
There's not another radio programme like it... the incomparable Paul O'Grady
Made for 4 Extra. Liverpudlian Paul O'Grady celebrates Merseyside's funny men and women.
The Golden Year and your favourite music from the 50s, 60s and 70s.
BBC Radio Nottingham
Join Paul Robey on BBC Lincolnshire.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Join Paul Ross on BBC Radio Berkshire.
Sunday Breakfast: with news from Lincolnshire`s churches.
Join Paul Russell on BBC Lincolnshire.
Join Paul Salt on BBC Radio Merseyside.
BBC Radio Merseyside
What's been going on in your world this week? Let Paul know and sit back with great songs.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Documentary about singer-songwriter Paul Simon.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Paul Simon in concert at the UCL Bloomsbury Theatre, London, recorded in May 2006.
The stand-up rewrites the UK Citizenship Test to reflect his ideas about modern Britain
The UK's 22nd best quizzer, an international contest, and why trivia is serious business.
Join Paul Stainton and the breakfast team who'll be raising eyebrows and raising smiles.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
The adventures of writer and amateur private detective, Paul Temple.
The amateur detective and wife Steve pursue a deadly and mysterious criminal mastermind
William Roberts reads Paul Theroux's book on Africa
The musings of US travel writer and novelist Paul Theroux, read by Stuart Milligan
Stuart Milligan reads from Paul Theroux's classic travel book 'The Great Railway Bazaar'
Join Paul Walker on BBC Radio Sheffield.
Join local lass Paula White for three hours of chat and great music.
BBC Radio Stoke
Conversation and music from African and Caribbean communities.
The diary of Reverend William Holland about West Country life in the early 19th century
Service from the Metropolitan Cathedral.
Sean Rafferty celebrates the life and career of Luciano Pavarotti who died in September
BBC Radio 3
By Gillian and Catrin Clarke. The lives of a street trader and a busker suddenly converge.
Series of short stories by new writers
Sgyrsiau gyda phobl diddorol. Guto Harri interviews interesting people
BBC Radio Cymru
Nick Robinson and panel discuss whether our current pay structure is the right one.
Anne McElvoy asks if reform is likely to the way political parties are funded.
Nick Barraclough tells the story of US DJ Alan Freed, the Pluggers and the Payola scandal.
Clive Anderson traces the story of political correctness
Gentleman commander Adam Dalgliesh probes the murder of a brilliant criminal lawyer.
An eminent scientist hires the female detective to discover why his son committed suicide.
BBC Radio 7
PD James thriller with Greta Scacchi and John Moffatt
Live coverage of the opening of the new Peace Bridge across the River Foyle.
BBC Radio Ulster
Bridget Kendall evaluates America's 'missionaries of democracy' in the Peace Corps.
Northern Irish journalists and politicians talk about their lives since the Troubles
How Northern Ireland's politicians are sharing their experiences of conflict resolution.
Trevor Nelson celebrates the hugely successful American black music TV show, Soul Train.
Spoof obituary series by Chris Chantler and Howard Read
Duncan MacLeod presents a series celebrating Perth's 800th anniversary as a royal burgh
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Howard Skempton's piece for church bells, Five Rings Triples.
How a poem of love, loss and solace speaks from the 14th century to us today.
A former chef decides his Death Row inmates should have a last divine culinary experience.
Sue Broom looks at the latest developments in the field of animal cloning
Winifred Robinson investigates the increasing violence seen on the streets of Peckham.
The image of the humanities academic, past and present, in the public imagination.
Mark Whitaker investigates the tarnished image of a flawed scientific process.
Returning to live in Britain, Peggy Seeger reflects on a life full of family and music.