1/2 A first-hand account of the sixties from Vicki Wickham, who edited Ready Steady Go!
BBC Radio 6 Music
Who are hacktivists and what motivates them?
BBC World Service
Euan McIlwraith continues his boat-themed Zone.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/52 Presented by Alan Freeman.
Felicity Evans revisits people she met over the last year to find out what happened since.
BBC Radio Wales
3/5 Melvyn Bragg looks back at 150 years of dialogue between the arts and sciences.
BBC Radio 4
On the 40th anniversary of Britain joining Europe, Edward Stourton reunites key players.
3/5 Brooke Magnanti explores the reasons that women have written under assumed names.
8/30 Historian Amanda reveals housewives were once expected to concoct cure-all medicines.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Jo Fidgen explores the life, work and legacy of Hermann Rorschach. (R)
Marie McStay narrates an intimate profile of life in the Holy Cross Monastery at Rostrevor (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
2/3 Paul Gambaccini surveys chart shows on radio and television, including Top of the Pops.
BBC Radio 2
Suzy Klein tries to conquer her claustrophobia through cognitive behavioural therapy. (R)
Stuart Maconie explores life during wartime in the first part of an epic new series.
2/2 Vicki Wickham continues her first-hand account of the swinging sixties.
3/52 Presented by Alan Freeman.
Thursday 3 January 2013