5/10 Dr Geoff Bunn examines the influence of the 18th-century preoccupation with electricity.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Soprano Catherine Bott asks why St Cecilia still inspires composers and musicians.
How IS militants are forcing the Yazidis out of their ancient lands in northern Iraq
BBC World Service
4/13 Johnnie Walker continues with a look at the work Atlantic did with Stax Records.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Brian Meechan looks at how companies and employees will make money in the future. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Colin Shindler looks back at what's been won and lost when sport hits the big screen.
4/6 A look back at radio comedy in the early 1990s, with Richard Herring and Sarah Smith.
BBC Radio 4
3/4 Jamie meets the woman who bought a castle, plus visits to Betws-y-Coed and Pen-y-Gwryd. (R)
Beach resorts are quiet, investment is down, could Ebola effect the entire continent?
Brian Eno, Grayson Perry and others reflect on the state of the art school.
Daljit Nagra goes in search of the Dorset poet William Barnes. (R)
5/13 Johnny Walker hears from and about Solomon Burke, Wilson Pickett and Dusty Springfield.