Author Patrick Leigh Fermor on walking through Europe in the 1930s.
BBC Radio 4
Do dyslexia or dyspraxia affect the way you draw? Chris Ledgard investigates.
Midge Ure investigates water's role as a constantly flowing source of musical inspiration.
Arthur Askey welcomes Richard 'Stinker' Murdoch, Vic Damone, Lee Wilson and Bucks Fizz.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Music, TV, books, film and the arts – everything that's new in global culture
BBC World Service
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Live cricket commentary on The Ashes series between England and Australia, plus features
BBC Radio 5 live
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
How a down-at-heel Parisian hotel became the world's avant-garde headquarters.
Laura Barton travels to New York to meet the women of the Beat Generation.
Mal replays this week's programme highlights and delves into the BBC Wales archives
BBC Radio Wales
Gideon Coe plays the best rock 'n' roll songs about rock 'n' roll as chosen by listeners.
A look at the life and work of Amitabh Bachchan, the biggest star in Bollywood.
Paul Stainton gets the county talking with the biggest stories of the day.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Join Gordon Brewer, his guests and audience for a lively topical debate on the big issues.
BBC Radio Scotland
BBC Radio Lincolnshire brings you a review of the latest blockbuster movies.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire
El Sistema's music changed lives in Venezuela. Can it work for deprived kids in Scotland?
Dr Lucie Green reports on plans for a radio telescope the size of a continent.
Exploring the audio archive found in Osama Bin Laden's compound in Afghanistan.
Sarah Angliss uncovers the fascinating story of how we tried to teach the birds to sing.
Dr Laura Ashe reveals how our ideas of romantic love were born in 12th-century literature.
James Jones explores the moral dimensions of the economic crisis
The bishop of Liverpool talks to prisoners, politicians and pundits about the penal system
Comedy news quiz
Who were the women who worked at Bletchley? What did they do? What became of them?
Exploring the lives of white women married to local Indian men who have made India home.
The story of one of the most controversial documents in US diplomatic history.
How the most gruelling fell race is inspiring a composer to write a new piece of music.
Bob Dickinson talks to performance artists who have used their own bodies for art.
Maureen Lipman takes a vada at Took and Feldman's fantabulosa omi-polones.
Lucy Fleming embarks upon a quest to discover more about her mysterious uncle Ian.
The surreal adventures of zookeepers Howard and Vince who work at Bob Fossil's Funworld
Evan Davis hosts the business conversation show
Evan Davis chairs a discussion providing insight into business from the people at the top.
Francis Pryor meets Stuart Wilson, who bought the land covering a lost medieval Welsh town
An audio portrait exploring the lives and ideas of CS Lewis and Aldous Huxley.
The best way to wake up, with London's news, travel, entertainment and guests.
BBC Radio London
Jack Dee narrates the story of Gerard Hoffnung's classic tale, The Bricklayer's Lament.
The Transporter Bridge on Teesside is 100 years old, but will it survive another 100?
Comedy series in which, each week, Marcus Brigstocke is put in charge of a 'big thing'.
Paul Sinha finds some British Asians believe caste discrimination is alive and well in UK.
Why many thousands of former British army soldiers have settled in Germany.
His home's Bronze Age legacy and nearby Jodrell Bank inspire author Alan Garner to write.
Julia Blackburn meets writers whose private papers reside in Leeds University Library.
Katie Grant visits a summer camp aimed at mixed-race families.
Steve Richards tells the inside story of Gordon Brown's time as prime minister
Jo Whiley explores Bryan Ferry's career.
Nick Rankin explores the literary legacy of the writer John Buchan.
Classic sketch comedy from the 1970s
Lord Digby Jones explores the relationship between business, government and society.
Film critic Mark Kermode reveals the economic realities behind the film industry.
Adam Rutherford investigates what a DNA test can and cannot tell us about our ancestry.
Amanda Roocroft explores the impact of Madame Butterfly in performance and popular culture
Dominic Arkwright talks to people who have taken or made life-changing phone calls
Zubeida Malik meets young British Arabs who took part in the Arab uprisings.
Musical highlights, interviews and backstage shenanigans from folk's leading festival
BBC Radio 2
Alex Butterworth meets the police team protecting Italy's priceless culture.
Billy Kay explores the history of Scottish nationalism from the 14th to the 21st century.
Five illustrated talks by different writers exploring the cave as a theme
An entirely fictitious comedy, improvised and starring only Kayvan Novak.
The crime writer Val McDermid on how boarding school novels inspired her to be a writer.
Following the barristers, clerks and staff of one of London's leading law chambers
Sitcom about a troubled hormonal wife and a transvestite husband.
Exploring the vast archive of Chaplin's unfinished scripts, letters and press cuttings
Sue Teddern's drama based on the Rank Charm School. With Dinah Sheridan
How chemist Fritz Haber saved billions from starvation - and pioneered gas warfare too.
Dr Graham Easton explores how the brain deals with drugs and who might become an addict
Li Cunxin, Madame Mao's favourite dancer, tells Darcey Bussell about his amazing journey.
Series featuring people who have made life-altering decisions
Sara Mohr-Pietsch explores all things choral, with performances and special features.
BBC Radio 3
Get lively every morning with the breakfast show
Psychoanalyst Mary Bradbury investigates mental health in the pressured financial sector.
Polly Toynbee explores how possible it is to move up through British society
Four contributors present illustrated essays on the theme of cliffs.
Exploring a key question in the story of action on climate change: what's stopping us?
Stephen Fry takes a look at the history of daylight saving time.
Comedy from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The Comedy Club brings you the best in contemporary radio comedy
Angus Roxburgh explores the years when the Soviet Union ruled space.
Series of three short stories about computers finding their voice
Simon Singh witnesses the first man versus machine poker championship in Vancouver.
Jonathan Glancey finds out about the architects who revolutionised church design.
Comedy sketch show written by and starring Neil Edmond, Justin Edwards and James Rawlings
Two women from two cultures share the passions that have shaped their lives
Men who sing in falsetto: Bidisha on the countertenor voice, from Purcell to Plan B.
It's just a little bit of country for the county.
BBC Radio Lancashire