How the politics of the late 1970s affected the most popular TV series' of the time.
BBC Radio 4
Chat, music and fun for your drive home - with David Sheppard and Jo Loosemore.
BBC Radio Devon
More chat, music and fun for your drive home with David Sheppard and Jo Loosemore.
Drama serial exploring the magnetism and expanding phenomena of children's beauty pageants
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Shereen Nanjiani is joined by guests to discuss and debate the week's news
BBC Radio Scotland
Living in a castle in Austria, lonely Laura is captivated by a beautiful visitor.
Classic supernatural tale by Sheridan Le Fanu
Adaptation of Sheridan le Fanu's novel, starring Graham Crowden
Hiding a long buried secret induces pity and sorrow in the great Sherlock Holmes.
Fifteen-year-old Mary Russell encounters the legendary detective in retirement
The Baker Street sleuth takes on the sanguinary Count.
Short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle featuring the Baker street detective
How did Holmes and Watson meet? Listen and find out in this Bert Coules dramatisation
BBC Radio 7
A set of mystery disappearances present the great detective with a gruesome riddle
The detective meets Watson for the first time, in Arthur Conan Doyle's classic
A tragic story of love and revenge induces pity and sorrow in the great Sherlock Holmes.
The classic detective novel by Aurthur Conan Doyle. With Judi Dench and Donald Sinden
A young woman comes to Holmes and Watson looking for her father
Revenge and treachery link a Sussex house with the secret societies of 1890s America
Coverage of the festival
A look at what's happening in the local food and drink sector
Benedict Allen tries to solve the riddles of the world time-zone map.
Colum Sands takes a seasonal musical journey that could end up almost anywhere
BBC Radio Ulster
Louisa Buck explores the work of Britain's leading abstract painter, Bridget Riley.
DJ Annie Nightingale looks at how Northern Soul music has become popular in Japan.
Join Donna Legge and Denise Watson for their very own 80s disco.
Jeanette Winterson celebrates the life and passing of the Titanic
Tom Mangold joins a spy-themed cruise of the Caribbean, speaking to two former CIA chiefs.
The latest weather reports and forecasts for UK shipping
The latest shipping forecast.
Gyles Brandreth investigates the mystery of the missing teddy bears, the first ever made.
Drama set in the time of the Napoleonic Wars and the Luddites
Alan Thompson and Mal Pope introduce Shirley Bassey in concert at the BBC Electric Proms.
BBC Radio Wales
Poet Lemn Sissay enters the curious, involuntary world of a telling human response.
Fashion writer Colin McDowell recalls the rise of the miniskirt.
Lucy Ash finds out why the world still loves the Soviet Union's low-spec Lomo camera.
Guy Browning and Tom Mitchelson's comedy follows a wildlife crew in the Serengeti.
The story of photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson's journey to the Soviet Union in 1954.
Two-part documentary in which Hardeep Singh Kohli traces the history of the corner shop
Lindy Woodhead's biography read by Lindsay Duncan
Mark Patterson meets those who have a special relationship with the waters surrounding us
A showcase for delightful and adventurous short documentaries from the UK and abroad
Louisa Young's thriller set in Tuscany, with six short dramas by young writers in between
Comedy. Robert Purcell QC applies faultless legal logic to his disastrous personal life
Readings of classic gothic stories
The story of Irish history
Historical documentary series written by Dr Jonathan Bardon, with Frances Tomelty.
The vampire genre in all its dark glory
The BBC producer talks about his 1950s sci-fi trilogy 'Journey Into Space'
Short tales from the prolific and often controversial English writer
Stories by short fiction writer Francis Wyndham, recalling England in the 1940s
Series of five short stories by the celebrated Irish author
Readings of stories by the English barrister and author
Readings of stories by the Irish-born novelist, playwright, poet, critic and full-time wit
Weird and wonderful tales by the American sci-fi writer
Drama about a group of co-workers embroiled in a bitter redundancy battle.
Peter Curran on Northern Ireland's burgeoning film industry.
Peter Curran finds out why N Ireland's movie industry is attracting Hollywood A-listers.
Andrew Collins looks at the changing world of the music critic.
A new edition of our comedy panel game, recorded at Gorleston Pavilion.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Philosopher Julian Baggini asks if we pay too much, or not enough, attention to his kind.