Neil MacGregor visits Kaliningrad, now in Russia but formerly the German city Konigsberg. (R)
BBC Radio 4
The search for the singing fish believed to have helped Tamil fishermen navigate
BBC World Service
1/2 Lynne recalls his early career, meeting Roy Wood, joining The Move and forming ELO.
BBC Radio 6 Music
3/4 Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.
2/4 Jonathan Bate travels to Manchester to investigate the Peterloo Massacre.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
What does the Hot Dog tell us about Denmark?
3/4 Jonathan Bate travels to Westminster to investigate the English Civil War.
Neil MacGregor visits Strasbourg, now in France but also a key city in German history.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
1903 Sheffield's on-location Daring Daylight Burglary inspired every action movie since. (R)
4/5 The public experience the efforts of the students for the first time.
Work and business issues in BBC Wales's only business programme.
BBC Radio Wales
A former POW remembers the experience he endured when forced to build the Burma Railway. (R)
BBC Radio Ulster
Neil MacGregor visits Strasbourg, now in France but also a key city in German history. (R)
10/20 A' beachdachadh air eachdraidh Carragh-Cuimhne Cogaidh Tholastaidh a' Chaolais an Leòdhas.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
The story of Ivor Novello and the song that made his name.
BBC Radio 2
3/4 Writer Elif Shafak invites us to reimagine Istanbul, a city she has loved all her life. (R)
2/2 Concludes a look at Jeff Lynne's career and covers his departure from ELO and later work.
4/4 Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.