Terence Blacker explores politically incorrect music over the last century
BBC Radio 4
Artist Tacita Dean travels to Unesco in Paris on a mission to save photochemical film.
Dòmhnall Moireasdan agus Seumas Dòmhnallach a' toirt thugaibh am fiosrachadh às ùire.
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal
Shona NicEanraig 's an sgioba le beachdan bho air feadh na dùthcha air buil an taghaidh.
Tagradh às leth Comataidh nan Suidheachaidhean Èiginneach do na tha fulang ann a Nepal.
Magdi Abdelhadi talks to Egyptians about their hopes and fears for a 'new Egypt'.
Programme presenting the very best of Scottish dance music
BBC Radio Scotland
Interview series with Fergal Keane in which he talks to individuals who have taken a stand
Familiar pieces of classical music re-examined.
Lyse Doucet asks diplomats and politicians how we should engage with brutal regimes.
Francine Stock explores our use of mind-altering substances and Aldous Huxley's influence.
How the iconic Yorkshire pit village of Grimethorpe has adjusted to life after coal.
Jeremy Bowen hears first-hand accounts of the revolution which started in Tunisia
Christine Finn explores how authors' archive is kept, now they write on screens not paper.
Anne-Marie Duff narrates stories of life and death on the UK's ring roads.
Series that tracks down the stories behind the scores of well-known pieces of music
Beatrix Potter’s best-loved tales retold for a young audience
Popular fairy stories by Hans Christian Andersen.
News, views and your on-air reaction to all the breaking stories of the day
BBC Radio Ulster
Eddie Mair tells the story of the composer Lionel Bart, creator of Oliver!
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Razia Iqbal talks to a series of well-known authors from Britain and around the world.
BBC World Service
A look at Norfolk's cricketing scene.
BBC Radio Norfolk
The stories of Leicestershire and Rutland's past.
BBC Radio Leicester
A selection of poetry from School Radio.
Y straeon difyr yn fyw o'ch cymuned chi. Ffoniwch, e-bostiwch, neu sgrifennwch.
BBC Radio Cymru
How Tarzan has enjoyed a hundred years swinging through the jungle of popular culture.
Can the Indian group which owns Jaguar Land Rover maintain its ethical reputation?
Michael Robinson shows how tax avoidance powers the spread of aggressive global companies.
No longer just for the rich, tutoring is booming in Britain. But is it worth the money?
Assessing 70 years of conflict and consensus since secondary education became free to all.
Aditya Chakrabortty reports on the student fight to reform their economics education.
The Alice in Wonderland world of the Anglo-Indians, focusing on a remarkable 92-year-old.
The latest technology news presented by Rory Cellan-Jones
Tracey Logan explores the world of colour, from biology to fashion
Exploring the vast archive of Chaplin's unfinished scripts, letters and press cuttings
Ted's world, packed to the brim with his bezzie mates - celebrities!
BBC Radio Lancashire
Do assumptions about teenage pregnancy stand up to scrutiny? Miranda Sawyer investigates.
Sarfraz Manzoor looks at the life of a teetotaller in the UK.
A journey into the triumphs and struggles of the Iranian diaspora in Los Angeles.
Howard Stableford meets the Ten Rare Men, the experts who rule on rare bird sightings.
Follow all the action from the court-side
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
How terrorists need the oxygen of publicity, and the battle to starve them of it.
Fergal Keane uncovers the roots of modern terrorism
Join Terry Walsh on BBC Radio Stoke.
BBC Radio Stoke
Short stories on family life and love, read by Julia Ford
Test Match cricket commentary
William Hartson examines some of the great arguments in the history of science.
Beats, Breaks and Bass: Championing the world of bass led electronic music.
BBC Radio Bristol
Comedy series. Milton is the man who can help anyone anywhere, whether they need it or not
Yasmeen Khan explores the development of British Asian comedy.
Keith Joseph's impact as the trailblazer for Thatcherism is assessed by James Landale.
Ian McMillan goes in search of one of Britain's strangest linguistic features.
William Crawley tells the story of Northern Ireland's so-called 'Gay Cake' row.
Paul Morley on the 7-inch single's grand relative - the 12-inch - and its peak in the 80s.
Quiz show hosted by Steve Punt from UK universities
Tim Robbins, star of The Shawshank Redemption, leads acting classes in LA's Norco Prison.
David Lomax reports on the story of the Kamchatka crabs brought to the Arctic by Stalin.
Fluffy McTuffy wants to rule the world and the only one who can stop her is Super Numtum!
Lesley Curwen investigates the ways councils negotiate affordable housing with developers.
How has the world has changed for women? Inspiring women in their 70s and 80s look back
Richard Dawkins decodes the discoveries and mysteries of the human genome sequence
Mark Rickards meets the author of The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho.
Andrew Collins tells the story of Alan Smithee, prolific film director who never existed.
Alison Steadman on why so many birds in Britain are aliens from elsewhere
A lecture celebrating the life of the legendary BBC broadcaster, with an American theme.
Essential drama from the heart of the country.
The week's events in Ambridge
A look back at programmes and recordings from the BBC archives
The life of Louis Armstrong as told through his archive of tape recordings.
Bob Dickinson visits a new festival of contemporary art in a nuclear bunker in Bosnia.
Richard Coles on the inspiration to artists of darkness and the Northern lights in Norway.
Author Rosie Dastgir explores how home and roots shape an artist's work and creativity.
John Wilson explores the reasons why some artists use rubbish in their work.
Will Gompertz examines objects in the Royal Collection that define the British monarchy.
Peter Day salutes the graphic artists whose canvas was Radio Times, 90 years old this week
Guy Garvey on the challenge of turning a collection of songs into a single piece of art.
Jonathan Powell, Tony Blair's chief of staff, asks what makes a great foreign minister.
Composer Matthew Herbert takes a critical look at looping and sampling in modern music.
Ben Schott examines the graphic and gastronomic tricks of the menu.
Will Gompertz investigates the artworks kept in our homes.
Author Patrick Leigh Fermor on walking through Europe in the 1930s.
Midge Ure investigates water's role as a constantly flowing source of musical inspiration.
Music, TV, books, film and the arts – everything that's new in global culture
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
Zaiba Malik on the Asian youth movements in the 1970s who fought for justice and equality.
Matthew Sweet meets the people who create a whole new cinematic world.
The moving stories of the women who have relationships with gang members.
Tim Boon tells the story of Percy Smith, a pioneer in the art of the natural history film.
Will an explosion in financial services aimed at the world's poorest help, or hurt, them?
An insightful, humorous piece of reportage from inside the barber shop.
Dramatisations of Anthony Trollope's witty stories set in the fictional town of Barchester
A year after the fall of President Mubarak of Egypt, what happened to the revolution?
Alvin Hall on the controversial attempts to sell the Detroit Institute of Arts collection.
Tom showcases the best new online tunes from upcoming artists.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Dean Jackson and the team with new music and more for your Saturday night.
BBC Local Radio