Religious programme reflecting on the turn of the century and the new millennium
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Five popular songs presented by Kirsteen MacDonald.
The English Northern Philharmonia under David Lloyd-Jones perform Lambert's Tiresias.
BBC Radio 3
Golwg nôl ar gysylltiadau Cymreig y drychineb. The sea disaster's effects on Welsh life.
BBC Radio Cymru
Jeremy Vine, Dermot O'Leary and Penny Smith mark the moment the Titanic sank 100 years ago
BBC Radio 2
Radio 2 investigates many of the stories that continue to haunt the famous ship.
Cherrie McIllwaine on the Titanic band's swansong, the hymn Nearer My God to Thee.
BBC Radio Ulster
Ciaran Hinds introduces a series of letters written 100 years ago by people on-board
Passengers and crew of the doomed liner share their hopes and fears with loved ones.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
World premiere of composer Philip Hammond's 'Requiem for the Lost Souls of the Titanic'.
Gerry Anderson considers Titanic's complex relationship with the city of her birth.
BBC Radio 4
Gerry Anderson explores how Belfast has reclaimed the unsinkable ship it tried to forget.
Remembering the tragedy of the Titanic and the creativity of the community which built it.
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Topical chat hosted by former showbiz columnist turned presenter, Ben Tittle
A look at ceilidhs, concerts and pastimes in the village hall.
Ailean Caimbeul le ceòl a' bhogsa bho leithid Iain MacLachlainn agus Bobby MacLeòid.
Ailean Caimbeul le ceòl a' bhogsa bho leithid Bobby MacLeòid agus Na Occasionals.
Allan Campbell presents accordion band music
Ailean Caimbeul le ceòl a' bhogsa bho leithid nan Còmhlain aig Iain MacAndrais agus Gòrdan
Ailean Caimbeul le ceòl a' bhogsa bho leithid Raibeart Whitehead agus Lindsay Ros.
Ailean Caimbeul le ceòl a' bhogsa bho leithid Lex Keith agus Sìne NicConachaigh.
Ailean Caimbeul a' toirt thugaibh taghadh de cheòl a' bhogsa
Cerys Matthews pays tribute to the Welshman behind Newport's iconic live music venue.
BBC Radio Wales
Second one day international between England and West Indies at Edgbaston.
Third one day international between England and West Indies at Trent Bridge.
Friends Provident Trophy final between Durham and Hampshire at Lord's.
Ball-by-ball coverage of the Friends Provident Final between Kent and Essex at Lord's.
Phil Hammond explores the consequences of human error in the medical profession.
Two British amateur cooks take over a Paris restaurant to feed British food to the French.
Chris Ledgard meets therapists bringing Jung back to Russia after the underground years.
An exploration of a remarkable correspondence during the Leningrad Siege.
BBC Radio Scotland
Burt Caesar explores the story behind E R Braithwaite's famous book.
Sara Wheeler studies the men on Captain Scott's ill-fated Terra Nova polar expedition
Jen Hadfield takes Jane Moncrieff on a poetic pilgrimage around her island home.
Sitcom adapted from the BBC TV series
Audrey tries to fool Devere that she's been to Spain.
BBC Radio 7
Series marking the launch of Kist o' Riches, a new website dedicated to Scottish culture.
Toby Foster with the news, sport, weather and travel and a topical phone-in between 9-10am
BBC Radio Sheffield
Toby and friends chew the fat on the week's events, in front of a live audience.
Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire from a faith perspective.
BBC Three Counties Radio
With the musician, the comedian and the politician live from the Lowry.
BBC Radio Manchester
Continuing the countdown to Red Nose Day on March 13th.
Hear the best of Toby Foster?s Bigger at Breakfast from 2008.
Toby looks back at the events of the past year.
Series marking 40 years since Tocher was launched
Trafodaeth ynglyn â chystadleuthau'r dydd a digwyddiadau'r maes yn yr Eisteddfod.
Beti George sy'n dod ag uchafbwyntiau cystadlu'r dydd yn fyw i'ch cartre. Highlights
Radio 4's flagship news and current affairs programme; including Thought for the Day
News and current affairs with James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
News and current affairs with John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
Including Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
An educational radio show for 9-11 year olds, designed to support the NI curriculum.
Review of the day's political events at Stormont, home of the Northern Ireland Assembly
A special programme on the recall of the Assembly, on the Comprehensive Spending Review.
BBC Radio Foyle
The latest news from the debate in the US senate on possible military action against Syria
BBC World Service
News, views and features on today's stories in Parliament
The Bank of England Governor, Sir Mervyn King, delivers the second Today Programme Lecture
Bass, bounce and carnival vibes from around the world.
BBC Radio 1
Pete Mitchell discovers the story of ToeRag Studios which has pre 1960s equipment.
The Honourable Richard Rollison investigates a crime
Taghadh ceòl co-sheirm on Mhòd Nàiseanta. A selection of music in harmony from the Mod.
Choral music and news of Gaelic choirs presented by Mary Ann Kennedy.
Assembly programmes for children aged 7 - 11.
Janet Reibstein presents a series on relationships which have survived
A portrait of the Gaelic song collector, Frances Tolmie, with Martin MacDonald.
Novelist Helen Cross uncovers the story of the young JRR Tolkien and his forbidden love.
A one-off sitcom following the lives of the people who work on a toll bridge in Wales.
Tom Brown's eagerness to take part in life at Rugby school is thwarted by Flashman
An hour of fun and frolics with Bath-based comedian Tom Craine.
BBC Radio Bristol
Come join in the fun with Tom's Wednesday Night Club.
Mal Pope celebrates Sir Tom's 70th year, with Welsh band OK performing Tom covers.
Rob Brydon tells the story of the Welsh singer who made it from the Valleys to Vegas.
As Tom Lehrer celebrates his 85th birthday, we celebrate his witty and influential songs.
Boxing Day entertainment with Tom Lowe.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Tom Lowe spends Saturday afternoon with memorable nostalgia and compelling guests.
Tom looks at the morning news, sport and papers with some great music to wake up to.
A look back at the music and news from this week in years gone by.
Tom Manners on BBC WM.