Peter Day considers the events and impact of Britain's currency going decimal in 1971.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
39/52 Alan Freeman celebrates the electric guitar and some of those who play it. (R)
BBC Radio 6 Music
Shelley Jofre looks at the impact of the 'stranger danger' campaign of the 1970-80s. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Miranda Sawyer and podcaster Helen Zaltzman explore spoken word audio podcasting.
1/6 Nina Garthwaite presents mini-documentaries with stories of lifelines.
4/5 Mexico’s government has introduced the first-ever sugary drinks tax to combat diabetes (R)
BBC World Service Australasia
Marie-Louise Muir meets Northern Irish astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
A profile of British reggae band Misty in Roots, who are appearing at the 6 Music Festival
The story of one of the most enduring songwriting relationships in history. (R)
BBC Radio 4
Are people damaged by vaccines being short-changed by the government? (R)
2/2 Jamie Owen meets those still passionate about the vehicle that started production in 1948. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
John Kampfner analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
The search for the golden gun seized by rebels when Col Gaddafi was captured (R)
What does water mean to us? (R)
BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean
BBC World Service Online, East Asia, Europe and the Middle East, UK DAB/Freeview only
40/52 Alan Freeman tells the story of the Jimi Hendix, the Seattle-born guitar virtuoso. (R)
BBC World Service South Asia