Cyfres o gyfansoddiadau newydd. A series of new compositions
BBC Radio Cymru
Dylan Jones yn dilyn priodas y tywysog William a Kate Middleton. Royal Wedding coverage.
Emrys Jenkins gives an account in Welsh of the Gresford Colliery disaster of 1934.
Cyfres dwy ran sy'n dilyn bywydau pob dydd pobl cymoedd y de.
Teyrnged i un o sopranos gorau'r byd a fu farw yn gynharach eleni. Dame Margaret Price.
Former Land Girls discuss their wartime duties. Presented by Elwyn Roberts.
Perfformiadau gan Gerddorfa Genedlaethol Gymreig y BBC. BBC Welsh Orchestra performances
Perfformiad o waith Berlioz, L'enfance du Christ. Berlioz's L'enfance du Christ.
Sian yn cyflwyno rhaglen o'r Gystadleuaeth i Gantorion Cymreig. Welsh Singers Competition.
Siân Pari Huws ac Alwyn Humphreys yn cyflwyno BBC Canwr y Byd Caerdydd 2013.
Beti George yn edrych ar sut mae rhywun yn gallu byw gyda'r cyflwr dementia.
Y Rhyfel Oer gyda Ifor ap Glyn. Ifor ap Glyn explores the Cold War
Cyfle i glywed straeon a hanesion rhai o'n hactorion enwocaf. Wales' greatest actors
Llond stiwdio o lyfrau i'w hadolygu. A studio full of books to review.
Geraint a Mari yn cwrdd â chymeriadau'r Sioe Frenhinol yn Llanelwedd. The Royal Welsh Show
Dau dîm o feirdd yn cystadlu i geisio cyrraedd y rownd derfynol yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol
Richard Rees a CD cynta'r band mewn 40 mlynedd. The recording of Tebot Piws' new record.
Janet Ellis explores the history of the hula hoop.
BBC Radio 4
Join Yasmeen Khan on BBC Three Counties Radio.
BBC Three Counties Radio
Your weekend wake-up.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
New, unsigned and live British-Asian music with Yasser.
BBC Asian Network
Dan Gordon presents a live concert from Ulster Hall, celebrating the songs of Robert Burns
BBC Radio Ulster
Some of the best live performances in BBC Radio Merseyside's Performance Space in 2010.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Marie-Louise Muir and Mark Patterson relive highlights of Derry-Londonderry 2013.
Natural history documentary about the dangerous world of the Northumbrian wood ant
BBC Radio 4 Extra
A year following Orkney fiddler Kristan Harvey, Young Traditional Musician of the Year.
BBC Radio Scotland
Roger McGough narrates the pivotal breakthrough year for the mop-topped Fab Four.
BBC Radio 2
BBC Radio 6 Music
A look back on a year of highs for jockey Tony McCoy, and the woes of golfer Tiger Woods.
BBC Radio 5 live
Alan Thompson presents highlights of live sessions by Welsh artists over the past year.
BBC Radio Wales
Ian Hargreaves, Chris Stuart and their guests offer a Welsh perspective on the year past.
The story of the Merchant Navy ships trapped in the Suez Canal during the 1967 Six Day War
Series of five comic tales by William Makepeace Thackeray, adapted by Stephen Wyatt
A topical look at this summer's Ashes series with comedian Andy Zaltzman and guests
Episodes from the BBC's political sitcom, adapted for radio
John Rawling relives great sporting moments
Britain's leading ventriloquist brings the crafty art back to radio.
News, views and features on yesterday's stories in Parliament
Mark Radcliffe looks back at the life and music of Karen Carpenter
What do a film star, a biologist and a journalist have in common? A mysterious finger.
Cyfres yn cyflwyno amryw o froydd Cymru. A series exploring the different areas of Wales
Joe Calzaghe yn ymddeol. Joe Calzaghe retires.
Olrhain gwreiddiau rhai o brif fudiadau Cymru. A look at Wales' most influential movements
Hywel Gwynfryn yn mynd a ni ar daith o gwmpas Bro'r Eisteddfod.
Criw Yn y Ryc â golwg ysgafn ar ymgyrch Cymru ym Mhencampwriaeth y 6 Gwlad.
Beti George fydd yn cyflwyno darnau gan y pianydd Llŷr Williams. Pieces by Llŷr Williams
Arthur Smith investigates - and attempts to rehabilitate - the art of yodelling.
Nina Myskow meets Yoko Ono for a frank conversation about life with, and without, John.
Yoko Ono talks to Nina Myskow on what would have been John Lennon's 70th birthday.
Julia Booth live from York's Jane Tomlinson 10k Run.
BBC Radio York
Carol service in York Minster
With carols from the choir of St. Michael Le Belfrey Church in York.
Looking back at York's first Jane Tomlinson 10k run.
Brass band music with David Hoyle.
BBC Radio Leeds
BBC Look North's weather presenter investigates the county's weather.
News and discussion of consumer affairs
Paul Simon talks to Johnnie Walker about his long career in music.
Terence Blacker celebrates the outrageous life of 'Henry Root' creator Willie Donaldson
Award-winning film composer George Fenton presents the big screen's greatest film scores
Author Adam Gopnik rides New York's longest subway train which is famous for its song.
Marie Lacey goes on a personal journey through the wonderful world of religious music.
A series of programmes on people who have had songs written for or about them.
The story of the British teenager.
Sue Johnston explores the history and enduring appeal of You'll Never Walk Alone.
Alan Dein explores the classic American TV series The Twilight Zone.
Peter Hennessy explores how Macmillan transformed the country's mood after the Suez crisis
Shan Cothi celebrates 75 years of Wales Young Farmers Club
Young people from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales talk about life under devolution
What happened to the trainee prison governors featured in Radio 4's The Young Governors
Young Italian professionals working in the UK reveal how their economy has cast them out.
2006 BBC Young Musician of the Year Mark Simpson talks to other previous winners.
Three 'posties' get involved in a series of surreal adventures
Stephen Duffy presents the finals of the 2012 Young Scottish Jazz Musician of the Year.
Young singer of the Year on BBC Merseyside.
Adjoa Andoh reflects on the career of playwright and activist Lorraine Hansberry.
Dotun Adebayo looks at why many young black British people are converting to Islam.
Gary Younge examines Barack Obama's presidency
Scottish football's biggest and best phone-in programme with Jim Traynor.
A chance to have your say on this week's talking points in Scottish football
Allan Watkiss plays traditional and hot new country music.
BBC Radio Sheffield
Dominic Arkwright looks at the condition of British farming in the current climate.
Your dedications on BBC Radio Kent.
BBC Radio Kent
Kirsty Young presents tracks that listeners have chosen to take to a desert island
Kirsty Young introduces a special programme where the castaways are from Northern Ireland.
Prògram sònraichte a' comharrachadh 70 bliadhna den t-sreath chliùiteach seo.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Which discs would listeners save from the surf? And what are the stories behind the songs?
BBC Three Counties Radio celebrates 70 years of DID with the music you would save.
BBC C&W celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Radio 4 show with the tracks you would save.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
BBC Radio Jersey celebrates DID's 70th by asking listeners to pick the music they'd save.
BBC Radio Jersey
BBC Radio Solent celebrates the show's 70th as our listeners pick their favourite songs.
BBC Radio Solent
BBC Radio Leicester celebrates the show's 70 years by asking which songs you would save.
BBC Radio Leicester
BBC Radio Derby celebrates the 70th anniversary of Desert Island Discs with your choices.
BBC Radio Derby
BBC Essex listeners choose songs they'd save from the waves to celebrate the show's 70th.