1Xtra's U Takeover team take over the station - what happens is all down to them!
BBC Radio 1Xtra
A documentary about Irish rock band U2.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Dónal Mac Giolla Chóill takes a journey to learn the history of the tradition of Christmas
BBC Radio Ulster
The role of women in times of family crisis and trauma
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Uchafbwyntiau'r wythnos o Eisteddfod yr Urdd. Highlights from the Urdd Eisteddfod.
BBC Radio Cymru
Commentary on the UEFA Under 21s Championship semi-final between Netherlands and England.
BBC Radio 5 live
Deffrwch gydag Ifan Evans pan y bydd e'n cyflwyno ugain o ganeuon mwyaf poblogaidd yr Ŵyl.
Taghadh de na h-òrain a bh' aig Uilleam Moireasdan à Nis, le Jo NicDhòmhnaill.
Gilleasbuig Fearghasdan a' cuimhneachadh Uilleam Francis Friseal bho Ceap Breatainn.
Uilleam MacCoinnich ann an còmhradh ri Dòmhnall Meek.
A retrospective of the Visual Arts Project run by Sabhal Mor Ostaig and Dundee University.
Tha Cathy NicDhòmhnaill a' toirt sùil air ais air beatha Flòraidh NicNèill nach maireann.
You can listen to the best of Ujima Radio 98FM - Bristol's urban community radio station.
BBC Local Radio
UK African and Caribbean news and cultural programming highlights from BBC local radio.
BBC Radio Bristol
Martha Kearney and guests reveal the truth behind previously secret government files
BBC Radio 4
Jim White looks at the British bid to win the Tour de France.
The BBC World Service presents live coverage of the UK general election results.
BBC World Service
Tony Blackburns counts down the most successful duets ever to hit the UK charts.
BBC Radio 2
Tony Blackburn counts down the 40 biggest songs by acts who only ever had the one hit.
Ken Bruce kicks off Radio 2's countdown of the UK's Top 100 Million Selling Singles.
Tony Blackburn continues Radio 2's countdown of the UK's Top 100 Million Selling Singles.
UKG madness in the mix
Street sounds with up and coming UK garage and young grime talent
BBC Radio 1Xtra takes over the airwaves with all things UKG.
Phill Jupitus follows the ensemble of ukulele players who command a cult following.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Matangazo ya moja kwa moja na uchambuzi wa mechi za mwishoni mwa juma
BBC Swahili Radio
Ulrika Jonsson presents gold winners at the Sony Radio Academy Awards
Ten years after their Heineken Cup triumph, Ulster's rugby stars remember the campaign.
John Toal returns to the Guildhall in Derry~Londonderry to celebrate Music City Day 2014.
The dialects of Ulster are explored with W.F. Marshall.
Fionola Meredith goes in search of medieval scholar, author and poet Helen Waddell.
A selection of wise cracks and other weird and wonderful items from Radio Ulster's week.
John Bennett revisits the history of the refurbished Ulster Hall.
A look back at Rory McIlroy and Darren Clarke's double golfing success this summer.
Andy Martin investigates the oil and gas reserves beneath Ireland's seas and countryside.
John O'Neill gets to the heart of The Ulster Hospital in Belfast
A series which explores the origins, history, language and culture of the Ulster-Scots.
Tim Rice celebrates Sweden's biggest musical export with a countdown of their hits.
In Cliff Richard's 70th year, Radio 2 celebrates the platinum prince of pop.
Sam Clack delves into the world of the ultra marathon.
Mark Lawson and his guests discuss the powerful influence of James Joyce's Ulysses.
Matthew Fitt proves there's more to the city of Dundee than Jute, Jam and Journalism.
BBC Radio Scotland
David Mitchell hosts the game show in which panellists are encouraged to tell lies.
Game show in which panellists are encouraged to tell lies
An exploration of the way abandoned architecture is being re-imagined as art in Detroit.
Jonathan Glancey looks at the great building projects of Britain that never made it
Hugh Haughton explores how 'the uncanny' has shaped fiction, film, architecture and art.
Roger Harrabin investigates whether the arguments over climate change can ever be won
Peter Tinniswood's adventures with Stephen Thorne
Carter Brandon takes his curmudgeonly uncle on some days out. With Stephen Thorne.
BBC Radio 7
Carter Brandon drives his uncle down south, but trouble looms at a pub stop.
Catch-up with Peter Tinniswood's adventures. Starring Christian Rodska and Sam Kelly.
The story of a period in the 1940s when the US government became a record company
Steve Punt presents a history of the Britain that's ubiquitous yet unashamedly uncool
Iran: Dayra thinks Mr Dashti is perfect for her daughter, but she's not so sure.
Owen Bennett Jones looks at the turbulent and troubled history of a nation
Sarfraz Manzoor explores the life of the man who called for a separate Muslim homeland.
Navid Akhtar explores the lives of British Pakistanis
Ian Clarke went to Africa 20 years ago as a medic - now he's the mayor of Kampala.
Gordon Corera reveals the extent cyberspace is being used to steal, to spy and to wage war
An evocation of the musical film of Jacques Demy, director of Les Parapluies de Cherbourg.
The first broadcast performance of the work specially written for the BBC by Dylan Thomas.
BBC Radio 3
Carolyn Hitt explores Dylan Thomas's experiences and acquaintances in 1950s New York.
BBC Radio Wales
Michael Sheen leads a reading of Dylan Thomas's play at the Kaufmann Concert Hall, 92Y.
Three writers explore memories and stories that characters have stashed away in the dark.
Phil Harding investigates and evaluates Britain's rapidly increasing use of CCTV systems.
A dramatic eyewitness account of the events in Hiroshima on 6 August 1945.
Short stories celebrating the South Asian Literature Festival
A special one off edition of the show dedicated to Wiltshire bands and musicians
Horatio Clare joins the Paris River Police, the Brigade Fluviale, on patrol on the Seine
A country aristocrat dreaming of romance finds adulthood and marriage horribly real.
Archaeological series investigating the mysteries and secrets of the past
John Rutledge and Mike Bubbins unexplain the most unexplainable mysteries
Elvis Costello's witty and irreverent account of 40 years at the top of the music business
Join us as we take you back to a golden era of great music, fond memories and nostalgia.
BBC Radio Lancashire
A Christmas Eve special of unforgettable Christmas music.
Your memories, your music and your nostalgia with Bob Roberts.
How traumatic experiences in childhood contribute to poor health and shorter lives.
Andy Martin investigates the effects of the reins that have been placed on journalists.
Vivienne Parry on why it takes 17 years for medical discoveries to come into wide use.
Ted brings you the best bits of his conversations with the likes of Rick Wakeman and more.
United in Song on BBC Merseyside.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Tim's identity is clear to him, but can Northern Ireland ever accept a black Irishman?
As America votes we have coverage of the United States’ Midterm Elections
A look back to 1973 when an all-Ireland side played Brazil, can it happen again?
Radio 4 has been following one university for a year to chart the impact of £9,000 fees.
Bill Whiteford investigates whether the value of a university education is decreasing
Novelist Louise Welsh investigates the enduring fascination with the Inconnue de la Seine.
Historian Jon Lawrence of Cambridge University asks what has happened to the working class
Andrew Marr explores English character traits via real and fictional examples