Sarah Koenig re-investigates the murder of teenager Hae Min Lee in 1999
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Six people reflect on the story of Jesus from their own perspective
BBC Radio 4
Jolyon Jenkins investigates the seamy side of the cruise business
Surreal and sublime sketch comedy from new comic talent Miriam Elia
Sketch show from the deranged mind of comedian Miriam Elia
Investigating the challenges of modern life in remote coastal communities
Robin Ince and a panel of guests look at what's funny on TV, Radio, or in the shops
BBC Radio 7
Iain MacWhirter recalls a famously controversial speech made by Margaret Thatcher.
BBC Radio Scotland
Alan Cochrane looks at Thatcher's infamous Sermon on the Mound speech.
Emma Conroy introduces live coverage the act of remembrance from the cenotaph in St Helier
BBC Radio Jersey
A thanksgiving service to mark the 80th anniversary of the BBC World Service from London.
BBC World Service
A service of celebration in Westminster Abbey, introduced by Nicholas Witchell.
The Queen, the Royal Family and senior government figures gather in Westminster Abbey.
Uchafbwyntiau o'r Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau. Highlights from Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau.
BBC Radio Cymru
Idris Morris Jones a'r byd gwerin cyfoes. Idris Morris Jones with the modern folk scene
Richard Rees yn darlledu'n fyw o'r Sesiwn Fawr ar sgwâr Dolgellau.
Uchafbwyntiau Pabell Acwstic Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau. Highlights from Sesiwn Fawr festival.
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A selection of live music from BBC Radio Scotland's specialist music programmes.
Coverage of the Setanta Sports Cup
BBC Radio Foyle
Join Seth Bennett on BBC Radio Sheffield.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Seth Lakeman looks back at the folk music of 2014.
BBC Radio 2
Tim Blackmore examines the complex relationship between composer and commissioner.
A live Celtic Connections concert from the Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow.
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal
James Murray, of East London, is interviewed by Maureen MacLeod.
James Murray, a Lewis exile living in South Africa, talks to Maureen Macleod.
Documentary telling the story of rock music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
A history of science in Britain from the Restoration to the present day
Sue Perkins revisits her former home-town Croydon, the mini-Manhattan of outer London.
Drama about a renegade CIA operative who can prevent world disasters before they happen
A review of the week's events at home and abroad.
BBC Radio Ulster
Series which examines major issues from the point of view of those affected or involved
Karen Patterson chairs a discussion reviewing the events of the week at home and abroad.
Wendy Austin chairs a discussion with an invited panel, reviewing the past week.
Adam Wild charts the return of Adam Pearson as Chairman of Hull City.
BBC Radio Humberside
Significant days in the history of music
Stuart Maconie relives seven more great days from rock history.
Peter White meets some of the youngsters who played a key role in the 2012 Olympics.
Chris Evans celebrates the seven wonders that have helped James Bond become such a success
DJ Andy Stone hates Halloween. With Nicholas Boulton.
A copy-cat school prank 30 years on goes horrifically wrong. But who's hoaxing whom?
Single mum Penny finds herself up before the courts. But this is no ordinary court.
It was bedding plants that made slug-loving Colin's girlfriend walk out.
A young man is seeking enlightenment, but gets more than he asked for.
A dark drama with no right and wrong - only the rules of a secretive clique.
Music that inspired a generation.
BBC Three Counties Radio
An hour of music and memories from this classic decade.
Recounting the chilling tale of the Severn Bridge disaster in 1960.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
The final match in the group stage for Rangers.
An exploration into Shanghai's sexual revolution.
Radio 4 revisits the career defining book of the late Cosmo editor Helen Gurley Brown.
Shenshen, a modern young Shanghai woman, explores the new China.
Short season of programmes exploring modern sexuality in Britain
Tom Robinson explores the portrayal of homosexuality in the media from the 50s to the 70s.
Tom Robinson explores the portrayal of homosexuality in the media.
Chris Ledgard asks if gender testing will mean a level playing field for female athletes.
Jack McLaughlin finds out how swinging Scotland was in the 1960s
Miranda Sawyer uncovers hidden teenage sexual culture, from "shag bands" to internet porn.
Adam Rutherford explores the deep history of sex
Sci-fi comedy series about a computer programmer and his super-intelligent cat
Scottish arts review programme.
Aled Sam yn crwydro Cymru ar drywydd yr od, y gwirion a'r annisgwyl.
Merchant seamen recall a life on the ocean wave
Nurses comes together to share their experiences and reminisce about the profession
Sgeulachdan goirid Gaidhlig. A Gaelic short story
Interviews with people who have led interesting if not high-profile lives
Cèit NicDhòmhnaill à Èirisgeigh ann an còmhradh ri Angela NicFhionghuin mu beatha.
1/1 Mairead Block ag innse do Mhaureen Nicleòid mu beatha, agus an tennis, ann a New York!
Alasdair MacNeill and Angus MacLeod attended the school for Highland boys in Dunbarton.
Flora MacPhail presents a personal selection of archive recordings from Tiree.
Duncan Ferguson presents Islay recordings from the School of Scottish Studies archive.
Roddy Maclean gives us an insight into his trip skiing the Hardangervidda region of Norway
Alasdair MacNeill and Angus MacLeod revisit Keil School in Dumbarton.
Angela NicFhionghuin le dealbh air a' sgoil mus dùin na dorsan son an turas mu dheireadh.
Social history series
Etta Beaton and Catherine Murray revisit Duncraig Castle, their former cookery school.
Stories from girls who attended a cookery school in Plockton, Lochalsh.
Donald Smith reads instalments of the short story, The Boat by Alasdair Macleod
Na bhuannaich farpais Sgrìobh Sgeulachd. Competition prizewinners.
Series celebrating the 40th anniversary of the release of The Beatles' legendary album
Musicians record their own interpretations of tracks from the classic Beatles album.
Five short stories to mark the 40th anniversary of the release of the album
Barry Byrne hears tales from the aerodrome as the military base at Ballykelly closes.
Jimmy Carlyle presents a selection of the best in blues music.
Join us for the mystery of John 'Babbacombe' Lee. Did he murder his Torquay employer?
BBC Radio Devon
Series reporting on how China's modernised military is creating a new arms race
The story of CS Lewis' love affair with poet Joy Gresham, read by Ian Richardson
Libby Purves meets leading figures in the UK's neo-burlesque revolution.
Mark Lamarr's rock 'n' roll show, playing gems from his own collection
A sequence from Shakespeare's Henry V, broadcast on the eve of St George's Day 1956.
The Bard's comedy of mistaken identity, cruel practical jokes and lovelorn suitors.
Stuart Maconie enters the bohemian world of the Shakespeare and Company bookshop in Paris.