Adventures based on Somerset Maugham's experiences during the First World War
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The Wah Yan Jee Sing team bring you the latest on health and social issues in Cantonese
BBC Radio Ulster
As Scotland awaits a referendum on Independence, what has Quebec's experience been?
BBC Radio 4
Raymond Tallis describes how the act of waiting pervades so much of our daily lives.
News and views on business and the world of personal finance
BBC Radio 5 live
BBC Wales’ Business Correspondent Brian Meechan presents the workplace issues programme.
BBC Radio Wales
Find out who's been voted the Greatest living Welsh voice this Friday!
Alexandra Harris takes four walks that inspired Woolf and that tell her story
Steve Line presents a mix of music and chat
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Armed with hat and stick, poet Simon Armitage walks along the South West Coast Path.
After a cancer diagnosis, musician Nile Rodgers walks the streets of New York.
Northern Ireland writer Nick Laird returns home to consider the culture of marching.
Iain Stewart reveals the impact of human activity on Scotland's most intriguing landscapes
BBC Radio Scotland
Wally Webb brings you the very early breakfast show for the East of England.
BBC Local Radio
Eric Robson asks why the bestselling author Hugh Walpole has been forgotten.
Uncovering the life and work of a pioneering and under-appreciated British painter.
The story of twenty momentous years from 1936 - 56, through the words of BBC reporters
BBC World Service
Testimony from the women who sailed across the Atlantic to join their servicemen husbands.
Roz Kidman Cox looks at the continuing conflict over the pursuit of whales
Barbara Plett examines how the Syria conflict could shape the future of the Middle East.
The effect of World War One from a global perspective
Zarghuna Kargar hears the stories of British and Afghan women widowed by the 13-year war.
Winifred Robinson investigates what more could be done to prevent infections in hospitals
Neil Tennant explores the life and times of Andy Warhol.
BBC Radio 2
Comedy. Napoleon and Wellington's horses exchange love letters during the Napoleonic wars
Irish novelist Patrick McCabe explores the Irish influences on Bram Stoker's Dracula.
I am a genius. Gertrude Stein. A genius. A genius. I. Gertrude Stein. Am I a genius?
Investigating whether 19th-century Welshman Sir John Williams was Jack the Ripper.
Martin Jarvis reads from Irving's spooky classic
The Australian government's deal with an indigenous community to take their nuclear waste.
Documentaries and features from the archive.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Naomi Alderman looks at the advantages of thinking algorithmically.
Marie-Louise Muir arises and goes with three Irish poets to the Lake Isle of Innisfree.
Weather reports and forecasts
The high price of gold has led to Asians being targeted for their wedding jewellery.
Radio 4's weekly assessment of developments at Westminster
A review of the week with the latest news
The big sports stories, news and weather plus previews of the weekend's sporting events
All the latest from Reading FC ahead of this weekend's matches.
BBC Radio Berkshire
News, entertainment updates and sport, plus a look at what's making the next day's papers
A look ahead to the weekend's sporting action in North Yorkshire.
BBC Radio York
Join Sir Terry Wogan for live music and musings every Sunday morning
Series of chilling and intimate plays
Emile Holba explores the National Quiet Zone, 13,000 square miles of radio silence.
Reconstruction of the church fete in Liverpool, when John Lennon first met Paul McCartney.
Cerys Matthews drives the A470, the highway running through the heart of Wales
Louise Welsh updates the 1930s trail blazed round Scotland by Orkney poet Edwin Muir
Have your say on Blues, Baggies, Aston Villa, Wolves and Walsall
BBC WM 95.6
BBC Radio Leeds look at the latest theatre, TV, arts and culture in West Yorkshire.
BBC Radio Leeds
Featuring local sports coverage.
Commentary of our West Yorkshire teams in action. Football League matches are NOT online.
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All the build-up and interviews ahead of today's matches featuring West Yorkshire teams.
Rugby League coverage of our teams in action in Super League and the other competitions.
Show songs and gossip from theatre land with Chloe Davies and Jonathan Parker.
Radio 4's Sunday night political discussion programme
The story of WG Grace, marking the 100th anniversary of his death.
Jimmy Edwards stars as the irascible headmaster of Chiselbury School
Mark Easton asks what the UK public wants from its police force
Steve Richards talks to Ed Miliband, his friends and critics about his political ideas.
A year after the Copenhagen climate summit, Roger Harrabin explores what really happened.
BBC World Service hosts an international science festival from the heart of Africa.
A series of programmes about what the world of the future might be like.
Marina Warner explores the world of contemporary fiction
John Kampfner examines the potential consequences of Britain not intervening in Syria.
Elinor Goodman explores Margaret Thatcher's life after she ceased to be prime minister.
The country's leading political journalists analyse the newspapers
Mariella Frostrup looks at Scandinavian children's literature.
Angela Saini explores the science of birdsong and its relationship to human language.
The battle to save museum collections from insect pests.
Comedian Colm O'Regan reports from the Kilkenomics festival in Ireland.
Sangita Myska with a witty and insightful exploration of names in contemporary Britain.
Andrew Rawnsley chairs a studio debate on the future of the Labour Party.
Tom Heap aims to get behind the tabloid headlines on the UK's unemployed
Quentin Letts takes a witty but thought-provoking look at some great British institutions
Prof Ngaire Woods examines how international cooperation is evolving.
The tale of an unexpected encounter between 20th-century legends in a Miami gym in 1964.
Tattyfilarious comic Ken Dodd chats to actor Ricky Tomlinson about his life and times.
BBC Radio 2 marks the 50th anniversary of when Elvis Presley met the Beatles.
Liza Tarbuck discovers how Jayne Mansfield shook up the northern club scene in 1967.
Mark Lamarr explores the life of blues woman Memphis Minnie.
Peter Hennessy and guests discuss how a government is formed if there is a hung parliament
How some of the earliest American literary classics were actually written in Birmingham.
How the Communist Party's money and ideas influenced British politics after its collapse.
Simon Munnery debunks the image of some iconic characters
Soprano, broadcaster and inveterate whistler Catherine Bott on the art of whistling.
John Hegley thinks he might be descended from French composer Rameau. Could it be true?
Hugh Thomson travels to Peru's ancient wonder to unearth the truth behind its discovery.
Richard Uridge explores the pros and cons of self-experimentation by medical researchers.
Martin Young hosts the famous people quiz.
Nature detective Tom Heap investigates who, or what, is killing the common sparrow.
Mark Miodownik challenges the conventional wisdom that more scientists are essential.
Jenny Clayton follows nurses in training to explore key issues and debates in nursing
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz created a TV phenomenon, but their marriage paid the price.
Fewer and fewer of us say we are 'British'. Ritula Shah asks, 'Who's British now?'.
How children conceived through a sperm donor can make contact with their half-siblings.