Neil MacGregor focuses on the work of Dürer (1471-1528), the defining artist of Germany. (R)
BBC Radio 4
2/2 Politics in Texas ahead of the US mid-term elections
BBC World Service
1/4 Steve Lamacq presents an in-depth profile of the influential band.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Times columnist Bernard Levin shares the moments from music and poetry that thrill him.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Steve Lamacq celebrates Catatonia's three-time platinum 1998 release.
2/3 Miles Kington examines how the great characters of comedy are created.
Why did it take so long for the world to wake up to the threat of Ebola?
2/2 Dr Jones decides whether he wants to know the information revealed by his genome sequence. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
3/3 Examining the international side of comedy - its origins, variations and universalities.
Neil MacGregor focuses on how German chemists discovered the secrets of Chinese porcelain.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
2/2 Santanu Das tells the story of Indian soldiers on the Western Front.
13/15 Peter Conrad turns his attention to celebrity pets.
Hanes dyn sy wedi bod yn teithio i ysbytai am tua 30 o flynyddoedd i weld ei wraig ag MS. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
3/5 How Our World became the first programme to link the globe by satellite in June 1967.
Neil MacGregor focuses on how German chemists discovered the secrets of Chinese porcelain. (R)
2/4 Steve Lamacq presents an in-depth profile of the influential band.
1/2 Steve Lamacq charts the rise and fall of a music empire.
Survivors of forced labour in Ireland are demanding answers from the church and the state