The 'Lawrence of Arabia' star reads from his memoirs.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Alan Bennett reads the tale of the little boy who would not grow up
BBC Radio 7
A celebration of the life and work of the late poet and broadcaster Peter Porter.
BBC Radio 4
The story of William the Marshall with a real-life Don Quixote and his cohort.
Peter Serafinowicz, the comedian, writer and music fanatic, takes over Saturday morning.
BBC Radio 6 Music
After ten years, Joe clearly remembers everything about Ally, but she recalls nothing.
Afternoon entertainment with Peter.
BBC Radio Kent
Dramas and comedies from the popular British TV and radio writer and novelist
Sid is an American struggling to come to terms with English life. Stars Penelope Wilton.
Peter White explores how blind people experience the concept of beauty
Haunted by a painful break-up, moors recluse Graham begins an unexpected relationship.
Inspired by his Great War poem, the events leading up to Wilfred Owen's death.
Peter Wood plays a selection of traditional Shetland music.
BBC Radio Scotland
5 rhaglen am bethau mawr mewn bywydau cyffredin. 5 programmes about worthwhile experiences
Journalist and author Jon Ronson examines Number 10's e-petitioning system
Detective stories by Michael Gilbert
The story of a man who obeyed his instincts and potentially saved a nuclear holocaust.
For her 80th birthday, Radio 2 presents revealing portraits of the best-selling singer
BBC Radio 2
Programme following the workers at Peugeot's UK car plant as it shuts down production.
More escapades from PG Wodehouse's most famous creations, Jeeves and Wooster
Don Black talks to the creative team behind The Phantom of the Opera musical.
Laverne Antrobus tells the story of the Phelophepa Health Train in rural South Africa.
Join Phil Chapman and Amy Lea on BBC Tees.
Phil Upton's joined by Joanne Malin for music, conversation & to put a smile on your face.
Great music from the 70's and 80's and your guide to the weekend.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Patrick Humphries explores rock star Phil Collins's impressive Alamo collection.
Phil Coulter presents an evening of his music from the Waterfront Hall, Belfast.
BBC Radio Ulster
Phil brings you a round-up of the days news, sport, travel and weather.
BBC Radio Norfolk
A relaxed start to your bank holiday Monday.
BBC Radio Manchester
Join Phil for Oxfordshire's brightest breakfast show.
Join Phil Gayle on BBC London.
BBC London 94.9
The only place where you can book a regular appointment with a GP on a Saturday.
BBC Radio Bristol
Phil Hammond spends a day at a golf club in a desperate bid to understand the game.
The GP comedian attempts to fathom the complexities and absurdities of the sport.
Why not tell Phil Hilton how you spent your Christmas day.
Phil Rickman chats to famous faces and interesting figures
BBC Radio Wales
Phil Rickman talks to author Patricia Cornwell about her life and writing career.
Evening entertainment with Phil Jackson.
BBC Southern Counties
Phil Kay explores the wide array of wildlife on the street of Glasgow.
Entertainment for Radio Scotland
Phil gets you home each weekday evenings from 4pm with the latest news, sport and travel.
BBC Radio Berkshire
Music, fun and local nostalga for a Saturday morning with a few celebrity guests.
Relaxing music to wake up to, the big guest interview, what's on TV, and more.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Join Phil Lack on BBC Three Counties.
A retrospective in which those closest to him remember Phil Lynott's work and life.
Oxfordshires one stop shop for the latest news, traffic, sport and weather.
The perfect start to the weekend.
Music and conversation from the spiritual side of life.
Billy Bragg looks at the life of 1960s protest singer Phil Ochs.
Join Phil Parry on BBC London.
A look at issues of faith, religion and ethics, including the Sunday Service from 7.05am.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
The newest unsigned tunes and the best emerging talent from the UK and abroad.
Your late night soundtrack.
BBC Radio 1
Phil plays the music you have asked to hear.
BBC Radio Jersey
Phil plays the most successful Christmas tunes of all time.
With the Lunchtime Show - The music you've chosen to hear.
Phil Taylor plays the most popular music you’ve asked to hear over the past year.
A selection of seasonal songs and festive favourites.
Fine festive music and a little of the reason for the season.
Phil Rickman presents BBC Radio Wales' book programme
Waking you up gently, Phil has music and entertainment to take you through the morning.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Join Phil Trow on BBC Radio Manchester.
Fun, entertaining and perfect for that 'easy like a Sunday morning' feel.
All the latest news, travel, weather and sport with Phil.
BBC Radio Derby
Join Phil for all the latest news and sport for Coventry and Warwickshire.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Looking back at BBC WM's award winning £1.5 million appeal.
Phil brings you news, weather, travel information and sports news for the bank holiday.
BBC Radio Humberside
Join Phil White on BBC Humberside.
Music and entertainment in the afternoon.
News, sport, and in-depth interviews. Plus features on books, television and movies
BBC Radio 5 live
The big stories of the day, plus the latest news and sport
Paul Gambaccini presents the story of the Philadelphia music scene.
Philip Larkin and his father visited Nazi Germany in 1937. What might have happened?
Bank holiday entertainment with Philip.
BBC Radio Cornwall
1968 classic tale of a world devastated by war and six rogue androids at large
As a beautiful woman picks its last apple, a dying ancient tree is determined to survive.
The story behind Total Recall by sci-fi master Philip K Dick
Raymond Chandler's world-weary private-eye leaves the smog of LA on the trail of a killer.
Raymond Chandler's private eye is drawn into the murder of his drinking buddy's wife.
Philip Marlowe tackles a wealthy family's case of blackmail - and murder.
On the trail of a valuable coin, the private eye enters a deadly underworld.
Raymond Chandler's private eye is led on a manhunt deep into Hollywood's gritty underworld
Ed Bishop stars as Philip Marlowe in this dramatisation of Raymond Chandler's novel.
Royal Mint warden Isaac Newton goes to any length to pursue a notorious counterfeiter.
Terry Jones presents conversation between Philip Pullman and his former teacher Enid Jones
Best-selling author Philip Pullman talks to his former schoolteacher Enid Jones.
Philippa Pearce's children's classic
Phill Jupitus offers some insights into the world of the satirical newspaper comic strip.
Phill Jupitus meets the creators of some of his favourite comic strips
Sounds of Brass - the music programme featuring local and international bands.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Debate and interviews on the burning topics with Roger Phillips.
Matthew Sweet examines philosophical problems with a live audience in a pub
A series of late night thrillers, each connected by a mysterious mobile phone
Trevor Cox on the physics behind the way orchestral instruments make their unique sound.