The Wah Yan Jee Sing team bring you the latest on health and social issues in Cantonese
BBC Radio Ulster
Huw Williams appraises classic comedy music written for film, television and radio.
BBC Radio 4
The serious and not so serious side of returning unwanted gifts and faulty products.
As Scotland awaits a referendum on Independence, what has Quebec's experience been?
Raymond Tallis describes how the act of waiting pervades so much of our daily lives.
Your weekend wake-up call.
BBC Radio York
With Sarah Major
BBC Radio Sheffield
News and views on business and the world of personal finance
BBC Radio 5 live
Terry Wogan's regular morning broadcast, featuring music, news and chat
BBC Radio 2
Chill out over Christmas and New Year with a series of special shows
BBC Radio 1
Edi Stark investigates if the law and science are at odds in the 'sleepwalking defence'.
BBC Radio Scotland
Edi Stark investigates whether the science and law are at odds in sleepwalking crimes.
Waldemar Januszczak visits the world's oldest international contemporary art festival.
Documentary exploring the link between Wales and the highest mountain in the world.
BBC Radio Wales
Tony Etoria looks at links between HM Stanley and the old African colonial country
Six people with a connection to war today explore the Great War.
Christian Malcolm sees how Welsh athletes are limbering up for London 2012
Bethan Elfyn presents a collaborative concert recorded at the Wales Millennium Centre.
Frank Hennessy introduces a special concert recorded at the BBC Hoddinott Hall in Cardiff.
Programme covering the world of work, debunking jargon and talking about business
Nick Servini looks at the role of Social Enterprises.
Sian Pari Huws explores personal diaries to examine day-to-day life in Wales
Simon Wright challenges home cooks to get their dishes on the menu of top UK restaurants
Marking the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
The story of a stained glass window in an Alabama church paid for by the people of Wales.
The story of Tom Pryce, the Welsh racing driver whose career ended tragically in 1977.
Nick Ross explores concerns that Britain has become a 'walk on by' society.
Steve Line presents a mix of music and chat
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Martin Sorrell walks the Sussex Downs which inspired the nature poet Ted Walker.
James Crowden brings home a walking stick formerly belonging to author Thomas De Quincey.
The moving story of a survivor of the Rwandan genocide who now works for reconciliation.
The remarkable story of Antoine Rutayisire, survivor the Rwandan genocide.
After a cancer diagnosis, musician Nile Rodgers walks the streets of New York.
Buzz Aldrin tells the story of the 1969 moon landing.
Northern Ireland writer Nick Laird returns home to consider the culture of marching.
Sanjeev Bhaskar confronts an odd prejudice - bias against the vertically challenged.
BBC Radio 7
Series featuring walks through Scotland's richest historical landscapes
Iain Stewart reveals the impact of human activity on Scotland's most intriguing landscapes
Francis Pryor explores prehistoric archeological sites at Goldcliff, near Newport.
Steve Punt meets people who simply wouldn't leave home without their personal stereo.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Writer Colm Toibin explores the Dublin locations haunted by James Joyce's Dubliners.
Nile Rodgers on the struggle for African-American civil rights in the 1960s and beyond.
Stuart Maconie meets devotees of Walt Whitman in Bolton.
Lynsey Hanley explores the barriers to social mobility
David Holmes puts music to the stories of people across the divide in Northern Ireland.
A look at the peace lines that have divided Northern Ireland for nearly 40 years
David Hare gives his thoughts on the potential future border between Israel and Palestine.
Richard Bacon and best buddy Danny Wallace team up to deliver a host of Christmas goodies.
Arbenigwyr yn trafod 'Y Cynllwyn Darwinaidd'. Experts discuss The Darwin Conspiracy.
BBC Radio Cymru
Swedish inspector Kurt Wallander investigates an attack on an elderly couple
Mark Patterson explores the historic Walls of Derry late at night.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Norfolk pays tribute to the late, great Roy Waller.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Gerry Anderson learns about the 'peace walls' that divide Belfast.
A scientist discovers a gene that could determine a man or woman's natural lifespan
Inmates Charles and George plot a Crown Jewels heist to stay jailed.
Sci-fi thriller. A man is abducted by aliens on his wedding anniversary
An unusual gang of crooks plan a daring robbery at a posh London store.
The parents of Mike, Pete and Janey mysteriously vanish overnight. Stars Judy Bennett
Ex-jailbirds Charles and George mastermind a plan to thwart the Mafia.
An eerie story of strange powers and the mysterious Cranford family.
On the verge of Armageddon, the Earth is threatened by an alien invasion. Sci-fi trilogy.
Paul Williamson arrives home, only to find himself already there. What is going on?
The Earth is threatened by aliens, but the British government has a plan.
The early show for the East, including the early years, sport, travel, weather and music.
The mysterious Mrs Drewe commissions a bureau to be made with a secret drawer.
The bureau has kept its secrets for 120 years but now Emily has found the hidden drawer.
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.
Walter Lord's retelling of the fatal voyage of the Titanic, read by Martin Jarvis
Cathy Fitzgerald hears the war stories of the living - and the dead - in Vietnam.
John Toal gets tips from comedy writers and producers as he writes his first sitcom.
Part of the BBC's Family Wanted campaign
Desi Music and Randomness with Wax
BBC Asian Network
Adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's classic novel of Napoleon's war against Russia
Testimony from the women who sailed across the Atlantic to join their servicemen husbands.
Al Murray looks at the use of music in battle.
The beloved horse of a farmer's son is sold to the army on the dawn of the First World War
Sarah Lancashire honours those non-combatants whose wartime experience is often overlooked
Roz Kidman Cox looks at the continuing conflict over the pursuit of whales
William Crawley looks back at the ban on broadcasting interviews with paramilitary groups.
John Simpson tells the stories of the correspondents who reported on the Spanish Civil War
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
BBC World Service
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
The story of Joey, a horse sold to the army at the outbreak of the First World War.
Comedy. Napoleon and Wellington's horses exchange love letters during the Napoleonic wars
Reggae with a touch of RnB & Revival Music
BBC Three Counties Radio
Patrick Wright investigates how bohemians and the military jointly created camouflage.
Wesley Kerr follows the town of Taunton in its bid to win the Britain in Bloom competition
The story of two Polish composers, Andrzej Panufnik and Witold Lutoslawski.
BBC Radio 3
Stories of life during the Second World War, read by Sylvestra Le Touzel
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?
Martin Jarvis reads from Irving's spooky classic
The Australian government's deal with an indigenous community to take their nuclear waste.