Comedies by Nat Segnit and Stewart Wright. Nat talks to people sitting alone on trains
BBC Radio 4
Rip-roaring comedy sketch show.
Comedy series about a pair of Yorkshire builders, by Dave Sheasby and Ian McMillan
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Midge Ure travels to Cape Town to visit Zip Zap School of Circus Arts for Social Change.
Ronnie Spector presents the story of doo-wop.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Dundonian rap poet Gary Robertson looks at the city's gangs of the 1960s and 1970s.
BBC Radio Scotland
Five eminent scientists discuss controversial areas of science with members of the public
The best of Tony Wadsworth's reality soap,'The Street', based in the area of Newfoundpool.
BBC Radio Leicester
Series following homeless people as they prepare to appear in an opera
A miscellaneous collection taken from the Rhwng Gwyl A Gwaith series.
BBC Radio Cymru
First-hand accounts from World War Two taken from the BBC archives
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
The personal experiences of people involved in the Second World War
Strictly star Richard Arnold explores the real world of ballroom dance competitions.
Strictly's head judge returns to share records showcasing the rhythms of the ballroom.
BBC Radio 2
Bruce Forsyth talks revealingly to Paul Morley about his life and career.
Philip Sweeney journeys to the world's greatest dance halls.
Russell Grant presents a sizzling Strictly-themed extravaganza.
A look back to the 1984/85 miners' strike
By Menna Gallie. A dark murder mystery set in the Welsh valleys of the 1920s.
BBC Radio Wales
The latest in concert band music
BBC Radio Ulster
Music from the golden years of entertainment, presented by Dewi Griffiths.
Music from the golden years of entertainment - from the arrival of radio to the late 50s
Jazz lover Moira Stuart explores the lives and music of jazz's great female vocalists
Cerys Matthews celebrates the rebel of Swedish children's literature, Pippi Longstocking.
Stuart and Tam's alternative soundtrack to Christmas Day.
Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan go head to head with a merry music mix for Christmas Day.
Good music through the night and some of our best bits again.
BBC Radio Manchester
Reloading BBC Manchester's finest moments.
A special programme following the sudden death of Stuart Cable.
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Join Stuart Ellis on BBC Radio Stoke.
BBC Radio Stoke
Join Stuart George on BBC Radio Stoke.
Join Stuart George and Charlotte Foster on BBC Radio Stoke.
Join Stuart George and Jodie Looker on BBC Radio Stoke.
The day ahead with news, sports, weather, travel and music.
Music and conversation with Stuart George.
Stuart Hall delves into the archives to pick out his favourite sporting interviews.
BBC Radio 5 live
Join Stuart Linnell on BBC Radio Coventry & Warwickshire.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Stuart has the morning’s news, sport and travel, plus your calls and comments.
BBC Radio Northampton
Stuart Maconie with a mix of classic albums, contemporary music and retro trivia
Strange, surprising, Sunday evenings.
An extra treat for the children of the Zone.
Stuart Maconie's Full English Breakfast with Billy Bragg, Marcus Mumford and a brass band!
Music and chat and updates from Southend United v MK Dons.
Mark Burman strips away the layers of Stuart Freeborn's remarkable life in movie make-up.
Mike Walker's epic chronicle of Britain's most mutable dynasty
Another chance to hear Smokey Robinson pay tribute to Marvin Gaye's life, music and legacy
Smokey Robinson looks at the life and career of soul singer Marvin Gaye.
Smokey Robinson looks back at Marvin Gaye's life and career.
Smokey Robinson looks back on Marvin Gaye's life and career.
An examination of the joys and tribulations of middle age
BBC Radio 7
A celebration of the history of Newport County Football Club
The winners of the Student Radio Awards take over on BBC Radio 1.
BBC Radio 1
Exploring the linguistic origins and social history of the term and poem Half-Caste.
Three stories about contemporary student life written by students
John Waite follows those student protesters most likely to be affected by funding changes.
Robin Denselow hears the music of the Saharawi people in the refugee camps of Algeria.
Another chance to hear the best music sessions recorded at BBC Radio Ulster.
Bryan Cooney talks to sport stars who will one day be remembered as legends.
An inquiry into why so many Americans die after being shot by 'safe' police stun guns.
Chris Dennis asks what it would take to run 26.2 miles in under 2 hours.
Pat Nevin hears stories that will inspire and encourage others to realise their dreams.
The ups and downs of a second-class writer. Starring Tim Piggot-Smith and Zoe Wanamaker.
Poet Paul Farley explores the itchy relationship between poets and blood-sucking parasites
Tracy-Ann Oberman (Dirty Den's murderer) hosts a new panel show about soap operas.
Dwarfed by the might of the domestic washer/dryer, what's become of the humble laundrette?
An afternoon of cheeky chat and great music with Sue Sweeney and Jonathan Miles.
Sue starts the New Year with music, chat and guests in the mid morning show.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Music and entertainment in the afternoon.
Sue Dougan helps you relax in the afternoon with great music, interviews and fun.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Sue Dougan keeps you entertained with great conversation and music in You Say, We Play.
Sue's got all your music, news and travel updates covered for Bank Holiday Monday.
Actress and comedienne Sue Perkins picks out some festive radio comedy favourites
Tracing your ancestors can be fun, as long as they are quite, quite dead.
Liven up your weekends with Sue Sweeney.
Saturday morning entertainment, including sport and weather.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Three very different women set off on a trip that stirs up hopes and fears
The follow-up to the famous teenager's Secret Diary is read by Nicholas Barnes.
Sue Townsend's famous tale of a teenager, read by Nicholas Barnes.
The best in country music.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Highlights from BBC Radio Suffolk Has Talent performance.
The NHS is paying people to be healthy. But does it really work? Claudia Hammond reports.
Why are more American veterans of Afghanistan and Iraq dying by suicide than in combat?
Views on Gavin Maxwell's portrayal of the areas he wrote about
Suipear Burns an Gàidhlig le òraidean, òrain is bàrdachd mar chuimhne air Raibeart Burns.
Vikram Seth's tale about a mother's attempts to find her daughter a husband in 1950s India
Michael McNamee and Joel Taggart are back with an afternoon of sporting chat and music.
Live late night discussion with Evan Davis.