Ted Dicks and Myles Rudge tell Philip Glassborow about their comedy records.
BBC Radio 7
Marsaili MhÃ²r - is her bad reputation justified? A new look at her work and her legacy.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Murchadh Moireasdan le criomag ghoirid à Òraid Chuimhneachaidh Raibeart Burns.
Fred MacAmhlaigh a' còmhradh ri Malcolm A MacLeòid agus Dànaidh MacLeòid.
Òrain à Taobh Loch Nis air an seinn le Evelyn Chaimbeul agus Alasdair MacGillìosa.
A selection of songs from North Uist
Kathleen NicAonghais a' toirt thugainn taghadh de cheòl agus bàrdachd spioradail.
Poetry and song
Mairead NicLeòid, na h-Òganaich, a' bruidhinn ri bràthair a h-athar mu na h-òrain aige.
Archie Fisher and Mary Ann Kennedy present a bilingual concert.
Songs from the Western Isles.
Jo MacDonald chairs the selection of twelve songs to go up in a vote for Song of the Year.
Adaptations of the cases of R Austin Freeman's famed detective, made for Radio 4 Extra
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Nick Barraclough pays tribute to the art of the backing vocalist.
BBC Radio 4
Three of Scotland's new music-makers give an entirely modern take on Robert Burns.
BBC Radio Scotland
Sarfraz Manzoor talks to US students who have opted for a racially segregated education.
The story of the competition to become the first pilot to fly across the English Channel.
Roger Daltrey assesses the influence of rocker and personal hero Gene Vincent.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Singers Rachel Tucker and Niamh Perry present their favourite moments from the musicals.
BBC Radio Ulster
Investigative journalism, current affairs, politics and showbusiness reports
BBC Radio 5 live
The author and her family embark on a three-month holiday in Italy
Rachel discovers Lincolnshire's asparagus crops.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Sitting for her portrait, a woman wonders if the painting will reveal her inner self.
Omnibus edition. A dying woman writes her secrets down for a man who is trying to see her.
After six months of retirement, tired Harold opens a letter and everything changes.
Join Rachel Sloane on BBC Radio Suffolk.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Chris Ledgard reports on attempts to modernise horse racing.
Intelligent music, conversation and a variety of guests every weekday afternoon.
Radcliffe and Maconie have now moved. Go to bbc.co.uk/6music to catch their new show
BBC Radio 2
The story of feminist pioneer Sylvia Pankhurst's campaign for Ethiopian independence.
Edi Stark tackles modern preoccupations in a brand new way
Radio 1 brings you highlights from Creamfields
BBC Radio 1
The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw
Radio 1 gets you in the mood for Christmas
Special series on the history of Radio 1
The biggest tunes selected by YOU!
Your chance to take over the Radio 1 playlist and choose the music
The sound of the morning after the night before. Radio 1's post-weekend music show
Kissy Sell Out digs out one of his favourite Essential Mixes from the Radio 1 Archive
Club bangers and old favourites, with Dave Pearce
The best reggae dancehall, with Chris Goldfinger
The lowdown on all the latest releases.
Looking at the latest books, films, plays and exhibitions
Dermot O'Leary is backstage at the 2009 Brit Awards, hosted by Kylie Minogue.
Ken Bruce and Petroc Trelawny present British light music treasures.
Radios 2 and 3 join forces for a special Prom recalling the golden age of swing.
Chris Evans hosts a pop music quiz featuring Radio 2 presenters in a battle of wits.
Radio 2 profiles the lives and careers of some of the UK's greatest comedians
The Horne Section host a night of top comedy in aid of Children in Need.
BBC Radio 2 celebrates the life of Elvis Presley
An in-depth and fascinating look at the guitar, exploring its impact on popular culture
Exclusive performances, backstage gossip, gig news, interviews and session archives
BBC Radio 2 presents exclusive live concerts from the best singers, songwriters and bands
Re-live the best of Radio 2's festival in a day featuring Gary Barlow, Chic and many more.
BBC Radio 2's Festival in a Day features performances from popular music artists
Paul Gambaccini introduces Carly Simon's first ever UK concert.
Jo Whiley counts down Radio 2's top 30 albums as voted for by you!
Celebrating the UK's best brass playing
Annual contest in which one girl and one boy are awarded Young Chorister of the Year
Aled Jones presents this year's prestigious final now in its 25th year.
A season of programmes marking the 30th anniversary of reggae star Bob Marley's death
DJ Norman Jay plays soulful sounds, some festive funk and a few classic Christmas crooners
Brand new comedies, written especially for Radio 2
Radio 2 celebrates dance in all its forms.
David Mitchell traces the history of British humour from music hall to the modern day.
A special season of programmes celebrating classic soul music
Presenting musical events from all over the world
BBC Radio 3
Presenting exciting live musical events from all over the world
Live and recorded concerts from all over the UK. Includes the Wigmore chamber music series
Scarlatti, Weir, Beethoven and Ravel from the piano festivals of Glasgow and Perth.
Belgian period orchestra Il Fondamento perform music by CPE Bach and Telemann.
Violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja performs Mozart and Enescu at the Wigmore Hall, London.
With music by Bach performed in Tetbury, plus Francaix and Poulenc from Music at Tresanton
With Bach performed in Tetbury, plus Ligeti, Lindberg and Poulenc from Music at Tresanton.
Music by Prokofiev from Music at Tresanton, plus Poulenc from the Plush Festival in Dorset
Chamber concert recordings from all over the UK and beyond.
Weekly pick of music requests from Radio 3 listeners
Highlighting a charity and appealing for donations. The presenters donate their time.
Give now to the 2014 Radio 4 Christmas Appeal and help vulnerable people across the UK
A compilation of all 24 'windows' from the Radio 4 Comedy Advent Calendar.
Francine Stock chairs a topical debate recorded before an audience at the Hay Festival.
Michael Symmons Roberts describes the beauty of Psalters and sets out to make his own.
Stephen Fry and Matt Lucas host an irreverent romp through Radio 4's broadcasting history.
Dark comedy from the radio station that offers alternative lifestyles and unusual help.
Spoof radio archives written by and starring Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins
Ned Sherrin tells the story of Coyle and Sharpe, who did street interviews in '60s America
Tales of workers, and songs which their stories have inspired
Featuring the voices of rarely-heard communities, brought to life through song
BBC Radio Bristol celebrates.
BBC Radio Bristol