Documentary looking at an unusual aspect of medical training.
BBC Radio 4
The story of Frank Sinatra's fall from popularity, and how he blossomed once again in 1953
BBC Radio 2
John Anderson explores the people behind Northern Ireland's great choral tradition.
BBC Radio Ulster
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.
BBC Radio 6 Music
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.
BBC WM 95.6
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
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Sioe 'stand-up' Gary Slaymaker am ei brofiadau gyda chlefyd siwgwr.
BBC Radio Cymru
An 'unreliable' Tudor history, created and written by Barry Grossman
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4
How can you make it in the global economy? Meet those who have made it & those trying.
BBC World Service
Dr John Wright records his work in setting up an Ebola centre to serve Moyamba junction.
Thirty minutes of the greatest songs of the sixties to start your weekend in style.
BBC Local Radio
Up-and-coming sketch groups from the live UK comedy circuit
Alys Fowler reveals the hidden world of the rubbish skip.
The sketch show with regulars including Nick Golson, Tim de Jongh and Peter Bradshaw
In a series mixing science with art, myth and poetry, Paul Farley explores sleep
As Dr Mark Porter's waistline increases, he puts his body mass index, or BMI, to the test.
Paul Mason visits Manila to assess the benefits of life in the world's poorest slums.
Rainer Hersch investigates the catchiest song in the 15th century and its revival today.
Materials scientist Mark Miodownik asks whether we could live without cash.
Kate Williams explores the history and development of the modern winning smile.
Comedy by Harry Venning and Neil Brand about a team of inept surveillance operatives
Amber Marks explores the science of olfactory detection.
Cathy FitzGerald tries to rescue the Wicked Queen from the mirror's spell.
One of the rising stars of the sketch group circuit with a very British style of comedy.
The exorcism business is booming - Jolyon Jenkins asks if and why demonism is on the rise.
Sitcom written by and starring Nick Frost and Matt King
How the power of the news media is used as a global government tool for influence
Astronomer Lucie Green looks at the dangers a solar superstorm could pose to us on Earth.
Santanu Das tells the story of the Indian soldiers who served the Empire in WWI.
You choose the music from the featured Golden Year, with hits from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Past week highlights from Somer Valley FM, the local community station for NE Somerset.
Haunting and compelling story of woman's spiritual awakening. Starring Sarah Smart.
From Sheffield to South Carolina, Johny Pitts explores alternative Black British identity.
Assembly series for children aged 5 - 7.
Ethical and religious discussion that examines some of the larger questions of life
Sitcom about some of the first Welsh emigrants on the original voyage to Patagonia
BBC Radio Wales
Stephen Evans talks to producer Rick Rubin about his work with the legendary Johnny Cash.
Developing music skills for children aged 5 - 7.
A mix of music to start your day.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Eamon celebrates some of the best songs past and present.
Richard Langham Smith on the songs Debussy wrote for his muse Madame Vasnier.
Reem Kelani explores the role of music in the Egyptian revolution of early 2011.
The best show tunes with Alex Hall.
Bluegrass in the Cotswolds at the Sore Fingers Summer School.
Jenny Wilkes plays the best in Northern Soul, Tamla Motown, Atlantic, Stax and Philly.
Series about pieces of music with a powerful emotional impact
Sean Rocks discovers how soul music and blues first gained an audience in 1960s Ireland.
Richard Searling presents the best in Northern Soul and Motown for your Saturday evening.
BBC Radio Stoke
Science broadcaster Professor Trevor Cox explores the science of aural architecture.
Paul Gambaccini meets sound engineers James Lock and Geoff Emerick.
Series of programmes exploring film music
BBC Radio 3
Sean Street investigates the sound of fear, the noises and music that scare us, and why.
Dr Lucie Green takes a tour of the universe, revealing the hidden sounds of space.
Tim Marlow explores the kinds of sounds and music that influence an artist's art and work.
Series of poetic reflections on a variety of subjects
BBC Radio Merseyside plays the pick of country music and reviews.
BBC Radio Merseyside
With Dave Swanton. Does what it says on the tin.
BBC Radio Lancashire
Robert and Amy tell stories and sing songs that help us learn about the phonetic alphabet
Exploring the links between classic albums and the cities in which they were created.
Phillip Hunt presents the brass band music programme.
Trevor Cox investigates the science of sound research
Jeremy Vine introduces Radio 2's audio journey through the years
The very best music from the decade that had everything.
The very best of music from the 1960s, from the hits to the totally obscure
The best music from the 1980s - hits, classics, album tracks, 12" singles and rarities
Noel Battye introduces listeners' requests for their favourite sacred music
Sound designer Glenn Freemantle, who worked on Gravity, commemorates the first spacewalk.
A mix of contemporary classical, electronica, ambient and acoustic music
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents a series of audio postcards.
Roger Law, co-creator of Spitting Image, discovers South Africa's satirical puppets.
The name is Isaev, Maxim Maximovich Isaev. Miles Jupp uncovers the Soviet James Bond.
A spoken word concept album linking space and music.
Neal Razzell reports on Spain's economic crisis, which has hit bullfighting hard.
Matthew Parris presents memorable despatches sent home by British diplomats down the ages
Clap those hands, stamp those feet! Chris Stewart goes on the trail of flamenco in Granada
Mitch Benn investigates the history of slap bass and even tries to learn the technique.
Birmingham's ethnically diverse local radio station tries - but fails - to promote harmony
Ute Lemper explores the political and musical legacy of Mack the Knife composer Kurt Weill
Radio Shetland's monthly discussion programme
BBC Radio Scotland
Mark D'Arcy examines the controversial approach of the Commons Speaker John Bercow.
Speechbubble showcases the talents of local amateur comedians.
BBC Radio Bristol
Miranda Sawyer looks at one of music's most distinctive artists Siouxsie and the Banshees.
Richard Spendlove and Christopher South bring you memories, music and mayhem.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Alison Steadman plays a nursery web spider in this funny tale written by Lynne Truss.
Historian Michael Scott takes a global view of familiar historical dates.
A ghostly tale inspired by the story of Alice Glaston, a child who died at the gallows.
Claudia Hammond investigates sporting concussions and asks how safe our sports are.
Photographer Eamonn McCabe curates his own photo exhibition on the radio.