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Jolyon Jenkins recounts a forgotten story of the Second World War.
BBC Radio 4
Razia Iqbal tells the story of the first western symphony orchestra in the Gulf.
Tribute to the QE2, the most famous of the Cunard liners, which was retired to Dubai.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Helen Mark investigates the pacifist Quakers' support of the war effort.
BBC Radio Ulster
Series about the Quando brothers who run a London hair salon
The Welsh soldiers who fought at Gallipoli have been written out of history, until now.
BBC Radio Wales
Rhun ap Iorwerth examines the history of digging for slate in Wales
Katharine Whitehorn, 84, tackles the twentysomethings facing tough life choices.
George MacDonald Fraser reads from his account of front line soldiering in Burma in 1945
BBC Radio 7
Jessica Raine reads Sean O'Brien's gothic tale set in 1930s Europe.
Suzi Quatro revisits some of the songs that have influenced her
BBC Radio 2
Suzi Quatro revisits some of the songs that have influenced her.
Janice Forsyth talks to major figures from Scottish public life
BBC Radio Scotland
Charles Jencks in conversation about architecture and healing.
Live performances recorded in front of an audience at BBC Radio Scotland's Pacific Quay.
Simon Weston OBE explores the Queen's relationship with Wales and its people.
Ken Bruce introduces a compilation of Queen's best BBC sessions and interviews.
Highlights from the weekend's celebrations.
BBC World Service
The first state visit to the Republic of Ireland by a British monarch in 100 years.
Gertrude Bell - diplomat, spy and the political officer who helped establish Iraq.
HM the Queen's traditional Christmas address to the nation.
Her Majesty the Queen delivers her annual Christmas message.
The Queen's Christmas Message.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
A service live from St Paul's Cathedral. Preacher: The Archbishop of Canterbury.
Coverage of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations
BBC Radio 5 live
One Merseyside man charts the impact of his speech defect on his own life.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Examining Edinburgh publican Lachie Marr's attempt to transform his tavern.
Documentary exploring the life and work of two Scottish women in the British armed forces.
The Queen addresses the naion on Christmas Day.
The Queen addresses the nation on Christmas Day.
William Crawley considers the past 50 years of the Queen's University of Belfast.
Her Majesty the Queen's Christmas message to the peoples of the Commonwealth.
The Queen's Christmas speech
The Queen's Christmas speech.
BBC Radio Devon
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II delivers her annual Christmas message.
All-girl band Velveteens are high with excitement as they sign their first record deal.
Shane Richie stars in a music drama about wannabe all-girl band Velveteens.
The Queens forage through the musical undergrowth to track a particular genre or theme
Shay Grewal presents live music from Alka Yagnik, Sunidhi Chauhan and Harshdeep Kaur.
BBC Asian Network
The provocative tale of one of the 20th century's great bohemian and literary capitals.
Music and chat
Peter Day visits Washington DC to see whether the regulators will licence an HIV-Aids drug
Geneticist Aarathi Prasad explores the phenomenon known as parthenogenesis or virgin birth
Billy Connolly and Brian Cox star as two brothers embarking on a desperate quest for love.
Recorded at Gloucester Guildhall.
A panel from the Criminal Justice Board for Devon and Cornwall tackles your questions.
From our recent fundraising event for the Kids' Scanner appeal.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Norwich City players take on Ipswich footballers in a derby with a difference.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Stephen Nolan and Chris Mason introduce coverage of Question Time
Jonathan Dimbleby dips into the archives of the early 1950s.
Problem-solving programme addressing listeners' questions
From Pontesbury WI.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Henning Mankell copes with illness by recalling his childhood and an early secret.
Glenn Gould's documentary about the Mennonite community at Red River, Manitoba.
BBC Radio 3
20 years after Iraq invaded Kuwait, Kirsty Norman tells her story of being taken hostage
Documentary exploring the Balinese new year tradition of Nyepi, a day of complete silence.
Nicholas Parsons traverses India to observe the country's enthusiasm for quizzes.
Children's series in which Question Mark solves muddles for Queen Question.
Celebrity panel game about quotations featuring questions posed by listeners