Bob Dylan's eclectic mix of music, guests, interviews and commentary
BBC Radio 6 Music
A unique 'radio poem' composed from recordings of a single minute from a single day.
BBC Radio 4
Ian McGarry talks to Theo Walcott about his life, Arsenal, and his World Cup hopes.
BBC Radio 5 live
Will Young enjoys some unlikely show tunes about tractors and bathroom fittings.
Jo Loosemore takes a look at the men who make great dames - oh yes they do!
BBC Radio Devon
Colin Mackay explores the process of devolution in Scotland
BBC Radio Scotland
John Hegley celebrates the limerick and delves into its history.
Former Goodie Graeme Garden recalls some of the great comedy acts of the past
BBC Radio 7
Writer Kate Mosse explores the extraordinary life of artist Winifred Gill.
Stuart Cosgrove explains why not everyone wants to live inside the M25.
Frank Gardner marks the centenary of photographer and traveller Wilfred Thesiger.
Brian Matthew presents a two part profile on The Hollies
BBC Radio 2
Brian Matthew presents a profile on the Hollies, featuring specially recorded interviews
Paul Gambaccini looks at the history of the record label set up and owned by Frank Sinatra
Andy Davies tells the story of dance marathons and their influence on modern reality TV.
Andy Davies looks at the history of the dance marathon.
Barry Manilow looks at the lives and works of composers of the Great American Songbook
Series in which Cherrie McIlwaine traces the history of well-loved Irish songs
BBC Radio Ulster
Gabrielle Walker on the Earth's atmosphere.
The story of Irish rockers Thin Lizzy.
Jimmy Page, Mark Knopfler, Phil Manzanera and Cliff Richard on Hank Marvin.
A portrait of Syd Barrett, former member of Pink Floyd.
Mark Radcliffe explores the life and legacy of Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett.
David Aaronovitch investigates 'declinism' - the idea that human society is in decline.
Zina Saro-Wiwa explores the legacy of Africa's first great post-colonial novel.
Series examining overlooked but noteworthy historical events, with Michael Portillo
Three ex-prisoners and an ex-governor join Don Coutts to re-think Scotland's prison system
Sitcom about hapless management consultants, written by James Cary
BBC Radio 4 Extra
New research on how society works
Peggy Reynolds examines the life and work of the poet Patience Strong, born 100 years ago.
Comedy drama series by Charlotte Cory about a divorcee's attempts to find romance
Angela Saini explores shared space - an idea set to bring peace and harmony to our streets
Stephen Fry tells the story of how the Third Reich developed recording techniques
Sitcom starring Harry Worth and Jacqueline Clarke
Phill Jupitus celebrates the phenomenon that was 2-Tone music.
James Landale examines how Euroscepticism has become increasingly powerful in UK politics.
Richard Carpenter presents the story of the trumpet legend and record company boss
Noel Coward's play about a suburban family's inter-war years in a new home.
A meditation in words and music for Christmas morning.
Hear some of 6 Music's favourite songs.
Relaxing music for a Sunday evening.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
BBC Radio Leeds and Bradford Community Broadcasting show a different side of Bradford.
BBC Radio Leeds
Parody and mockery with Rory Bremner and Harry Enfield
Richard Strange explores the bizarre world of bowler-hatted Surrealist artist, Magritte.
Karen Buchanan talks about her life so far, and what Norfolk means to her.
BBC Radio Norfolk
A gentle and relaxing way to begin Sunday morning, with music and conversation
Kim Lenaghan presents a gentle and relaxing way to begin Sunday morning.
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain, from the Roman invasion to the Boer War.
Christopher Lee's vivid account of the impact of Britain's most powerful families
Singapore: Stamford Raffles worked as a clerk and went on to buy a country.
Christopher Lee's history series telling the story of the growth of Britain's Empire.
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain in the last century
A young journalist and a down-and-out form a turbulent and unlikely friendship.
A collage of archive recordings, newsreels, clips and music based on the 1968 Olympics.
The correspondence between James VI of Scotland and Elizabeth I.
The life and poetry of Rev John MacLeod.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Comedian Thom Tuck recounts tales of love, loss and straight-to-DVD Disney films.
Thom Tuck draws parallels between straight-to-DVD gems with tales from his own life
Karl Simpson previews the Thomas Fraser Festival.
A love triangle between a young woman and her two suitors from very different backgrounds
Dramatisation of Thomas Hardy's novel
Adaptation of Thomas Hardy's novel
Hardy's tale of the hopes and disappointments of the folk of Egdon Heath.
Hardy's tale of thwarted love and ambition, set amongst the woodsmen of Little Hintock
Tales of the beloved author's inimitable Wessex characters
Thomas Lynch introduces a poignant and insightful programme on poetry inspired by children
In the footsteps of Scotland's greatest engineer
A special sports programme with Steve Thompson.
Rosie Goldsmith explores the power of the Virgin Mary in the modern world
Bernard Cribbins pays tribute to Mollie Millest, who wrote scripts for Kenneth Horne.
Billy Kay takes a look at the arrival of tea and whisky in 18th century lowland Scotland.
Sitcom set in a comprehensive school
BBC Radio Wales
Rev Simon Doogan presents an Act of Worship for Christmas Day.
Radio 4's flagship news and current affairs programme; including Thought for the Day
Tune into to hear ministers share their daily reflections and thought provoking readings.
A reflection for the weekend.
Reflection and a reading for Sunday morning.
Performances given at Gloucester Cathedral as part of the 2013 Three Choirs Festival
BBC Radio 3
Your calls and comments on the afternoon's football action involving our local teams.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Commentary and updates on the matches for our local teams with Luke Ashmead and the team.
All the latest local sporting action with Luke.
Gary Younge talks to three generations of the same family who have been to jail.
Ian Vince, Dan Kieran and Prasanth Visweswaran's journey in a second-hand milk float.
Jerome K Jerome's sequel to Three Men in a Boat sees the men plan their latest adventure
David Hepworth explores what, if anything, can be learned from listening to popular music.
Hardeep Singh Kohli travels from source to sea of three major rivers
How the theme of the three sisters has been used by storytellers through the centuries.
Glenn Mitchell tells the story of American vaudeville and comedy act The Three Stooges.
Series of short stories by the American short story writer