Reaction from the managers and fans to games involving Brighton, Aldershot and Crawley.
A round up of the day's sporting action.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Michael McNamee and Nikki Gregg bring you sporting action from Northern Ireland and beyond
BBC Radio Ulster
Stand-up comedy series
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Music and conversation for your Saturday afternoon on BBC WM 95.6.
BBC WM 95.6
News and views from Derby's Asian community.
BBC Radio Derby
Felixstowe's Pink Floyd tribute act recorded live - Ipswich Music Day, Christchurch Park.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Jonathon Porritt explores our agricultural biodiversity and how to preserve it
BBC Radio 4
The moon is under threat. It belongs to all of us and urgently needs protection.
Seamus McKee reports live from Londonderry on the publication of the Saville Report.
How one man saved a popular outdoor education centre that transforms children's thinking.
BBC Radio Scotland
Robbie Meredith reports on a revolutionary new method of treating heart attacks.
The remarkable story of a community coming together to save a Shropshire farm.
Examining the world of nature and the challenges of wildlife conservation
The mystery of a strange being, a professor and a secret that could transform science.
Actor Dan Gordon enjoys a selection of programmes featuring the late Sam McAughtry.
Two website entrepreneurs' madcap adventures continue. Stars Ewan Bailey.
BBC Radio 7
Two entrepreneurs set up a website for people to voice their innermost thoughts.
Comedy by Christopher William Hill about an American ad man, forced to relocate to London
Rev Richard Coles explores morality for Radio 2's Faith in the World week.
BBC Radio 2
Kwame Kwei-Armah investigates the changing role of the community leader.
How Scotland came close to losing independence and entering a union with England.
Local schoolchildren perform Dan Gordon's play celebrating Ulster-Scots culture.
Ten years after its unveiling, has Maggi Hambling's sculpture Scallop weathered the storm?
Compulsive talker Ernest seeks reassurance from a protective nurse. Peter Tinniswood drama
A look at Wigtown in Dumfries and Galloway, a bristling little booktown.
Wigtown, the National Book Town, was appropriately shaken to its roots by a first novel.
John McNeillie's scandalous novel Wigtown Ploughman is given a fair appraisal.
Hear how Scandinavian crime writing is chillingly cold and dangerously dark
Author Professor Dunning and Inspector Lionheart team up to unravel spooky mysteries
What links a kidnapping and events in Algeria 30 years ago? Stars David Calder.
Examining the role of forensic evidence in solving crime
Tony Roper talks to Scottish business personalities and entrepreneurs.
Mind magician Drew McAdam with some powerful memory techniques that we can all use
The class of 88 from one Northumberland school remember their entry into the world of work
Robin Ince explores the legacy of Schrodinger's Cat - the paradox of quantum physics.
Alan Dein tells the remarkable story of Austrian 'concrete poet' Ernst Jandl.
Hedge fund manager Hugh Hendry argues in praise of Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter.
Chris Bowlby examines the role of scientific adviser to the government
Dr Adam Rutherford investigates topical science stories
Exploring science and technology stories and the latest in Welsh scientific research
BBC Radio Wales
A look at how the new e-MERLIN telescope could help Welsh astronomers find new planets.
Adam Walton examines the science behind the headlines.
With Adam Walton. A visit to Bangor University's Eco-science Day.
Series of debates looking at controversies within science
Science news and highlights of the week
BBC World Service
All the week's science news with Jack Stewart
Stephen Webster examines the way scientists work and asks why we should believe them
A special night of science output on 5 live
BBC Radio 5 live
Len Fisher and fellow experts deconstruct the workings of home and gardening implements
Prof Robert Winston looks at music with a scientist's eye
Allan Urry investigates what happens when writs meet scientific debate.
Can science master the Stradivarius? Professor Trevor Cox investigates.
Ehsan Masood explores whether science is becoming politicised on controversial issues.
Dr Ben Goldacre explores what happens when science takes the long view.
Former government chief scientist, Lord May, looks at the role of politics in science.
Adam Rutherford talks to the scientific advisors behind some well-known films and TV shows
Ehsan Masood examines how science could help prevent future banking crises.
Richard O'Brien tells the story of American band Scissor Sisters.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Dog fouling - the biggest complaint to most councils. Sheena McDonald explores the problem
Startling stories from behind the headlines.
Debbie Wiseman guides listeners through the world of the film composer.
A new sitcom following a young and excitable Welshman on a trip to the bottom of the world
Richard Holloway delves into the history of the Scottish version of Britishness.
Billy Kay tells the story of the traditions which shaped Christianity in this country.
The day's political news, including business at the Scottish Parliament
Barbara Dickson chats to some of the great figures in Scottish music.
An ambitious exploration of the arts in Scotland.
Breaking news from Scotland, the UK and rest of the world
Poet Murray Lachlan Young goes in search of his Scottishness.
Join Barbara Dickson and guests for a feast of great traditional song.
Susan Morrison goes on a comic exploration of the Scottish psyche, ahead of you know what.
Billy Kay explores the country's contacts with Africa and people of African origin
Iain McWhirter on why the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition has so few fans in Scotland.
Why the Scottish government has set up an international development policy with Malawi.
John Purser picks a selection of favourite moments from his year-long exploration.
Mary Ann Kennedy showcases the extraordinary variety of Scottish music in a live event.
Mary Ann Kennedy presents the best of Radio Scotland's year long celebration of live music
Vic Galloway presents a unique concert featuring some of the country's leading songwriters
Elizabeth Quigley explores the First Minister's official residence, Bute House, Edinburgh.
Elizabeth Quigley goes behind the facade of The First Minister's official residence.
A look at the influence of politics in music
Views from Vancouver on Scotland's independence referendum.
Denise Mina tells the story of Margaret Sinclair who may become the second Scottish saint.
Joan Baxter explores the Scottish-run slaving fort of Bunce Island in West Africa.
Susan Morrison uncovers the Titanic's fateful predecessor, the Norge disaster of 1904.
Aasmah Mir talks to Scots-Asians about what will drive their decisions in the referendum.
Billy Kay asks whether Poe's macabre imagination took fire in the cauldron of Scots Gothic
Billy Kay discovers whether Poe's imagination was born from a childhood visit to Scotland.
A study of the relationship between Scotland and America