Steve Carver lives the life of a seasonal apple picker on a farm in Herefordshire.
BBC Radio 4
Miles Warde presents an insight into the work of professional photographers.
Adil Ray looks at life through the lens of contemporary photographers
Poet Lemn Sissay explores the life of activist, musician and writer Gil Scott-Heron.
John Pienaar shares political observations, with news and interviews from Westminster
BBC Radio 5 live
The definitive pipe music programme, featuring news and recordings from the piping world
BBC Radio Scotland
Music with a touch of tartan, including the latest competition results and dance dates
BBC Radio Ulster
Join Pippa Quelch on BBC Radio Devon.
BBC Radio Devon
Crack the clues with BBC Lincolnshire in the county's biggest treasure hunt.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Ben Goldacre investigates the latest research on the placebo effect
Geoff Watts explores the phenomenon of the nocebo effect and its implications for medicine
Matthew Broughton's virtual reality saga stars Tessa Nicholson and Adjoa Andoh.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Gabrielle Walker finds out how global warming is changing the natural world
Our relationship with plants: a major new history by Kew's science director Kathy Willis.
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BBC Radio Cymru
From banned writer to ping pong fanatic, Henry Miller rediscovered afresh in Big Sur, USA.
Presented by Tim Marlow. Musicians create a musical rendering of skylines.
Andy Day presents songs, stories and movement activities for pre-school children.
Adam Fowler investigates an extraordinary scientific experiment in Siberia.
Afternoon news and current affairs programme
BBC Radio Lincolnshire collects the best of Lincolnshire's week.
Series of three stories set in and around Rye in East Sussex
Podcasters Helen Zaltzman and Olly Mann trace the origins of on-demand radio.
Writers best known as poets adapt their own poems into short stories.
Michael Symmons Roberts explores why so many poets choose to become opera librettists.
Shahidha Bari goes in search of the biggest poetry competition in the Middle East.
Six poets reread Ted Hughes's groundbreaking book about how to write poetry
Selections of poetry on various themes, chosen by listeners
A weekly reflection on a topical issue
Half a million Poles have settled here in the last decade. Are they becoming British?
Martha Reeves uncovers the politics of the disco movement, beginning in New York.
As the world watches the pandas in Edinburgh zoo, Philip Dodd investigates their allure.
A weekly look inside British politics from the BBC
BBC World Service
Nick Fraser asks what it takes to get the rich world interested in the poor world.
Financial guru Alvin Hall helps young people plan ahead for an uncertain future
Tim Harford tells an audience stories about fascinating people and ideas in economics
Tim Harford presents talks inspired by ideas in anthropology, culture and social sciences
Mark Dowd explores how British Catholicism has changed since the last Papal visit in 1982.
Stories from the Poppy Factory in Surrey, where poppies are made for Remembrance Sunday.
Programme following portrait artist Fiona Graham-Mackay as she paints poet Andrew Motion.
Paul Mason explores the image of the working class that has been created by writers
Y newyddion diweddara o Gymru a’r byd. The latest news from Wales and the world
John Lloyd of the FT on the future of journalism after the phone hacking scandal.
Professor Lucas performs a 'consented' post mortem, defending its contribution to medicine
Y newyddion diweddara o Gymru a'r byd. The latest news from Wales and the world
Aasmah Mir looks at how postcode profiling affects our lives
Mark Miodownik explores the prospect of a new generation of highly poweful batteries.
William Crawley looks at the life of former Northern Ireland first minister Ian Paisley.
Reverend Richard Coles explores the science of sacred sounds.
The 'science of success'? William Little explores the history and techniques of NLP.
Michael Robinson investigates the continuing costs of the PPI mis-selling scandal.
Radio 4's daily prayer and reflection
Derrick Weaver, 44 years a milkman in Birmingham, gives a revealing insight into his job.
Horror and mystery series, hosted by Vincent Price
Comedy. Kate Fox explores things she does not want, despite society telling her she should
Robert Peston investigates the rise in financial inequality since the 1980s.
Jonathan Freedland addresses the knotty problem of MPs' pay and conditions.
Nick Robinson explores the history of Britain's prime ministers
Stanley Jones, legendary print maker, in the Curwen Studio with artist Susan Aldworth.
Women talk about how they cope with life on the outside when men go to prison.
Steve Hewlett presents a new series about how technology is reshaping notions of privacy
Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates
BBC Radio 3
'Private Peaceful' by Michael Morpurgo abridged in 13 episodes.
Dr Sarah Goldingay explores groundbreaking research into relieving chronic pain.
Comedian Adam Bloom sets the world to rights, with help from his fellow comics
An insight into the character of an influential figure making news headlines
Asian Network presents a special prom live from the Royal Albert Hall in London.
BBC Asian Network
Anthropologist David Graeber explores the ways debt has shaped society over 5,000 years.
Tribute to Antony Hopkins, composer and presenter of the radio series Talking About Music
Clive Lawton presents off-beat portraits of some of the Bible's greatest prophets
Dotun Adebayo explores the rise of Prosperity Gospel in Britain's churches.
Professor Dai Smith offers a view of Wales in the 1960s.
BBC Radio Wales
1941. A British psychiatrist is sent to a safe house in Surrey to examine POW Rudolf Hess.
Political philosopher Michael Sandel examines the thinking behind a current controversy
Steve Punt turns private investigator, examining little mysteries that amuse and beguile
The alternative music show with Roger Hill.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Award-winning drama series about a young married couple with learning disabilities
As she approaches her 80th year, Penelope Simpson decides to paint her own coffin.
Susan Calman finds out why our feline overlords rule cyberspace.
After Pussy Riot, Lucy Ash explores the power of the Orthodox Church in Putin's Russia.
Adrian Goldberg tries to work out what the Black Country is - and where it is.
Giles Fraser explores the personal moral response to inequality.