Stuart Maconie looks back at the influential Sex Pistols gig in Manchester in June 1976.
BBC Radio 6 Music
6/6 Bob Harris concludes his profile of The Beach Boys.
It can be risky wanting out of New Zealand’s gangs.
BBC World Service
John Sugar explores an evolving music industry and the changing role of music manager.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
4/5 Deborah Bull on the moment when we broke off from our partners and started dancing solo.
212/216 A time of social reform, free education and the outlawing of child employment.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Nick Servini discusses what Welsh businesses can do to get into the export market.
BBC Radio Wales
In Belfast 1912, a Protestant nationalist clergyman published a controversial novel.
BBC Radio Ulster
4/24 Saving Species examines the health of marine environments from across the world.
BBC Radio 4
6/6 By the late 1940s, the big band business in America is in decline. (R)
BBC Radio 2
4/5 Artist Luke Jerram on how he put over 700 pianos in public places across the world.
BBC Radio 3
Stuart Maconie focuses on the Live Aid concerts organised by Bob Geldof.
Clare English celebrates great cultural buildings.
BBC Radio Scotland
Steve Harley tells the story of the ill-fated Winter Dance Party.
Friday 28 September 2012