Harry King and Ian Timms whisk you on an A-Z sleigh ride of singers and swingers.
BBC Radio Cumbria
As Public Enemy's Fight the Power turns 21, Jazzie B explores the political side of rap.
BBC Radio 4
Six Decades - Six Schools - Six Stories.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Annie McGuire brings highlights and interviews recorded over the T in the Park weekend.
BBC Radio Scotland
All the music and highlights from T in the Park 2007.
Aonghas 'Ease' MacLeòid MBE air làithean-sgoile air Taobh Deas nan Loch, Eilean Leòdhais.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Taghadh de òrain bho 2011 a chòrd ri presentairean prògraman ciùil Rèidio nan Gàidheal.
What is Gaelic traditional singing? An in-depth look at this distinctive art-form
Members of a 1930s Belfast café circle recall times spent together.
Terence Blacker explores politically incorrect music over the last century
A selection from the 'Fireside' collection, introduced by Dan Murray.
Artist Tacita Dean travels to Unesco in Paris on a mission to save photochemical film.
Live commentary from the European Taekwondo Championships in Manchester.
BBC Radio 5 live sports extra
Dafydd a Caryl yn dathlu'r Gymraeg yn y brifddinas.
BBC Radio Cymru
Sue Perkins has her soul rendered in sound, as she explores the art of 'sonic branding'.
Join us live from counts around the country bringing you the election results.
Celebrating the life and verse of Nobel Prize-winning poet Rabindranath Tagore.
Cathy MacDonald presents the DEC Philippines typhoon appeal.
Tagradh as leth Comataidh nan Suidheachaidhean Èiginneach do na tha fulang ann a Siria.
Magdi Abdelhadi talks to Egyptians about their hopes and fears for a 'new Egypt'.
Drama newydd gan Paul Barret. A new play by Paul Barret about an entrepreneur.
The life story of Iain MacCalum from Taynult with new recordings of six of his songs.
The intriguing story of the Flannan Isle lighthouse as told by Kenny Dan Smith in 1992.
Annie Cheape dips into the history of Scottish lighthouses.
Hywel Gwynfryn ar bererindod Sempringham. Hywel Gwynfryn on the pilgrimage to Sempringham.
Hanes taith anfarwol Hywel Gwynfryn, Heledd Cynwal ac Al Huws drwy Gymru benbaladr.
Cyfle i glywed hanes y dydd wrth i'r Fflam Olympaidd gyrraedd Cymru.
Dilynwch bob cam o'r daith i ben draw'r byd a phob gêm yn fyw ar BBC Radio Cymru.
Simon Parkes investigates the British love of 'food to go'
BBC Radio 7
Vintage comedy from the Glums. Starring Jimmy Edwards, June Whitfield and Dick Bentley
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Comedy legend June Whitfield talks to Enyd Williams about her 60 years in radio.
Caroline Quentin investigates life in the chorus line
Carolyn Hitt recalls the 1986 BBC carol-writing competition in which she beat Gary Barlow.
BBC Radio Wales
Programme presenting the very best of Scottish dance music
Richard Coles presents the discussion series looking at musical collaborations
Mark Inchley asks whether remakes and covers really can cut it.
Get to know an artist and their influences as they share their stories and music.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
We've handed over BBC Radio Manchester to 17 new presenters who have never done it before.
BBC Radio Manchester
Interview series with Fergal Keane in which he talks to individuals who have taken a stand
Familiar pieces of classical music re-examined.
John Godey's story of a busy commuter train hijacked by armed men on the New York subway
Tim Franks measures the impact of taking part in one memorable Olympic event in 1972.
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.
Simon Hoggart looks back at ten years of satirising Tony Blair.
Frances Fyfield explores the handwritten manuscript of Dickens' great political thriller.
Who made the celebration what it is today? Paul Heiney visits Cornwall to investigate.
Jenny Clayton visits Dubai and Abu Dhabi to see how they are coping with the credit crisis
On the 40th anniversary of Britain joining Europe, Edward Stourton reunites key players.
Director Mehmet Ergen returns home to lift the curtain on Turkish theatre.
How the iconic Yorkshire pit village of Grimethorpe has adjusted to life after coal.
Writer, broadcaster and comedian Simon Fanshawe examines the art of creating comedy.
Francis Fyfield unpicks the hidden codes of a beautiful 11th-century musical manuscript.
Actor Bill Paterson with stories of Glasgow life
Bob Wylie tells the story of modern Romania.
Jeremy Bowen hears first-hand accounts of the revolution which started in Tunisia
A useless and forgetful MP rambles and reminisces about life in the House of Commons
Christine Finn explores how authors' archive is kept, now they write on screens not paper.
Series of stories taking their inspiration from the East Anglian coast
Rosie Kane meets those who suffer from depression, anxiety and stress
Parodies of Victorian tales, written by Ian Brown and James Hendrie
Julia Paul uncovers a story of government failure which could come at a price.
BBC Radio Ulster
Why fans of stories gather at Han Christian Andersen's statue in New York's Central Park.
Series that tracks down the stories behind the scores of well-known pieces of music
Stories from in and around Blackpool Tower
Crimewriter Louise Welsh investigates tales of murder and the medieval Scottish kings.
Childhood favourites and Beatrix Potter's lesser known tales, in a fresh 2013 landscape.
Beatrix Potter’s best-loved tales retold for a young audience
Felicity Finch, Ruth in The Archers, visits unusual locations to see soaps in the making
Popular fairy stories by Hans Christian Andersen.
Series of mystery stories featuring Ernest Bramah's blind detective Max Carrados
Tales of travellers as Kenneth Steven sets off down Scotland's longest river, the Tay
Clare English goes on a personal exploration into the unexplained.
Tales of Three Cities
Roy Hudd pays tribute to Billy Dainty, master of the funny walk and much else besides.
Wendy Austin brings you news, views and your on-air reaction to the stories of the day
David Dunseith uncovers the gems in the Talk Back archives
Your chance to talk about events on and off the pitch at the Africa Cup of Nations.
BBC World Service
Raymond Mearns encounters people passionate about what natural Scotland has to offer.
Phill Jupitus examines the enduring popularity of the TV puppet.
News, views and your on-air reaction to all the breaking stories of the day
Wendy Austin presents the news phone-in on the breaking stories of the day.
Join BBC Jersey’s political reporter, Christie Tucker for our political discussion show.
BBC Radio Jersey
A delve into the Talkback archives to uncover over twenty years of Ulster history
In 2005 a BBC journalist emails an academic about life in Baghdad.
Eddie Mair tells the story of the composer Lionel Bart, creator of Oliver!
Claire Bolderson and Kerri Miller present a debate on the US Presidential election from...
Razia Iqbal talks to a series of well-known authors from Britain and around the world.
BBC Radio York brings you all things Christmas.
BBC Radio York
A look at Norfolk's cricketing scene.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Monolougues written by Alan Bennett and voiced by leading actors including Julie Walters
Alan Bennett introduces a Talking Heads Special.