Secret Mueum looks at the explicit erotic, sexual and pornographic art of Pompeii.
BBC Radio 4
Ian Marchant explores whether trees really do have miraculous powers.
Vivienne Parry meets the scientists whose work remains unknown to the general public
Jolyon Jenkins meets the women of Verona who answer letters sent to Shakespeare's Juliet.
Comedy series by Hilary Lyon set in an Edinburgh cafe
Stella Rimington uncovers startling new evidence about the executed British heroine.
Francis Pryor reflects on the findings of a 2003 study into the Wiltshire landmark.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Denise Mina tells a chilling story of mind control, the CIA and a Scottish psychiatrist.
BBC Radio Scotland
How the oldest people on the planet are helping scientists to unlock the secrets of ageing
Behind the scenes of the security operation at the Olympic Games.
Comedy set in an Essex job centre, written by Steven Burge
Richard Coles tells the extraordinary story of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
A selection of BBC World Service news and current affairs, arts and science programmes
BBC World Service
Will Self embarks on a 50-kilometre walking tour of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
Ian Marchant explores the rise of self-service. Who benefits - consumers or big business?
Pure blazing hip-hop with hot new exclusives and the biggest artists.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Exploring Balkan trumpet music, which is celebrated at the Guca Festival in Serbia.
Idris Morris Jones a'r byd gwerin cyfoes. Idris Morris Jones with the modern folk scene
BBC Radio Cymru
Daniel Evans sy'n cyflwyno gwesteion i lwyfan Sesiwn y Sioe Gerdd.
Seth Lakeman attends the Newport Folk Festival to explore its history and influence.
A history of science in Britain from the Restoration to the present day
Stuart Maconie relives seven more great days from rock history.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Peter White meets some of the youngsters who played a key role in the 2012 Olympics.
Chris Ledgard asks if gender testing will mean a level playing field for female athletes.
Adam Rutherford explores the deep history of sex
Aled Sam yn crwydro Cymru ar drywydd yr od, y gwirion a'r annisgwyl.
Interviews with people who have led interesting if not high-profile lives
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Jimmy Carlyle presents a selection of the best in blues music.
Professor Julian Swann marks the 300th anniversary of the death of Louis XIV of France.
Writer Iain Sinclair seeks out echoes of Shakespeare's city in the London of today.
BBC Radio 3
Neil MacGregor uncovers the stories twenty objects tell us about Shakespeare's world.
Join Shane O'Connor on BBC WM.
BBC WM 95.6
Join Shane for all the latest news, plus your calls and texts.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Claudia Hammond on how music influences the youthful brain and many aspects of our lives.
Shappi Khorsandi takes a comic look at family life
Fi Glover hosts a series in which her guests discuss things they have in common.
Series exploring the complex interface between a growing human population and wildlife
Irreverent music lover Shaun serves up music, features and entertainment
Computer programmer Mike kills himself on his wedding day. Stars Siriol Jenkins
Sitcom by Tony Pitts. Two friends find themselves slipping inexorably into middle age
David Goldblatt discovers how one snowless Yorkshire city turned out Olympic skiers.
Having led the race to make the atomic bomb Robert Oppenheimer soon finds himself isolated
Shereen Nanjiani is joined by guests to discuss and debate the week's news
Tales of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective
A look at what's happening in the local food and drink sector
DJ Annie Nightingale looks at how Northern Soul music has become popular in Japan.
The latest weather reports and forecasts for UK shipping
Gyles Brandreth investigates the mystery of the missing teddy bears, the first ever made.
London, 1937: Harriet must battle Ada, the new nanny, for the love of her young daughter.
A showcase for delightful and adventurous short documentaries from the UK and abroad
Joe Farrell lays out the story of the fork. From December 2000.
The stories of British Ukrainians, whose family histories mirror that of their homeland.
Radio 4 short stories. A showcase for new and original writing.
Beth fydd tynged y tîm Cenedlaethol ym Mhencampwriaeth Cwpan Rygbi'r Byd.
Peter Curran on Northern Ireland's burgeoning film industry.
Examining government plans to tackle the activities of non-violent extremists.
Join Shourjo Sarkar on BBC Radio Manchester.
BBC Radio Manchester
BBC Amateur Scientist Ruth Brooks looks at how animals navigate, from cats to pigeons.
The highly successful Devon folk duo provide your Christmas Day afternoon entertainment.
BBC Radio Devon
Join Peter Corry for a half-hour journey into the world of show tunes, old and new.
BBC Radio Ulster
Stuart Maconie looks at the career of the durable maverick pop duo Sparks.
Dr Chetna Kang and Louisa Peacock focus on disability and mental health.
BBC Three Counties Radio
All the build-up and interviews ahead of today matches featuring our local teams.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Sitcom set in a library, written by and starring Morwenna Banks and Rebecca Front
Comic series following the lives of John Shuttleworth and his family
A series of comic monologues from the poet, philosopher and favourite lost cause of Wales.
BBC Radio Wales
Melodic bass, MC talent and club culture in the mix.
Lee Mack marks the centenary of Sid James with a fascinating look at his lesser-known work
Steph McGovern presents a two-part series on the global history of silk
Robert Sandall investigates the impact and legacy of punk.
Join Simeon Courtie on BBC Wiltshire.
Join Simon Bates on BBC Radio Devon.
Chilling drama set in 2015 at an Antarctic research station
Can James overcome his lifelong Egyptian Queen obsession and find a real girlfriend?
Simon Evans presents comedy lectures on the economics behind various commodities
A mix of news, music and travel to take you home.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Join Simon Lederman on BBC Radio London.
BBC Radio London
Time Of Our Lives plays the big hits from two mystery years every weekday from 12noon.
Political alliances forged during WWII give way to the moral uncertainties of the Cold War
An original mix of entertainment featuring live music and in-depth interviews.
BBC Radio 2
Simon Singh takes a quirky look at some of the most important numbers in mathematics.
John Simpson reports from Afghanistan and asks how things have gone wrong.
Documentary looking at an unusual aspect of medical training.
John Anderson explores the people behind Northern Ireland's great choral tradition.
Tom Service and Steven Mithen explore music's origins in human evolutionary development.
The search for an elusive watery wonder in the aftermath of Sri Lanka's civil war.
Sam Lee marks the 90th anniversary of cellist Beatrice Harrison's duet with a nightingale.
What happened to musicians who poured their savings into making a DIY 7-inch single?
David Quantick looks at the extraordinary impact of the 45rpm single.
Paul Sinha examines our most important legal document as it reaches its 800th birthday.
Robert McCrum explores the literary mores of our age
Inspiring faith music every Sunday morning.
The story of the glamorous woman who invented broadcast evangelism.
Sitcom about two sisters and their love/hate relationship. Written by Susan Calman
Comhradh is deaspad an fheasgair. Afternoon chat and discussion
An 'unreliable' Tudor history, created and written by Barry Grossman