4/15 Matt Everitt talks to rock icon and former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash. (R)
BBC Radio 6 Music
5/52 Presented by Alan Freeman.
Why do innocent people confess in Japan? Mariko Oi investigates
BBC World Service
Matt Wells meets the small Sikh community devastated by a gun man in Oak Creek, Wisconsin
One of the stars of Goodness Gracious Me attempts to bring stand-up to his homeland.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
New year, new shape? Tony talks to Leicestershire diet and fitness guru, Rosemary Conley.
BBC Radio Leicester
Johnny Cash became a passionate prison reformer. Why?
1/4 Writer Nik Cohn offers a different vision of a city he's loved all his life - New Orleans.
BBC Radio 4
2/4 Peter Jackson uncovers the story of arguably the Welshest team ever in the Football League
BBC Radio Wales
Sue MacGregor examines the work of John Freeman on the pioneering TV series Face to Face. (R)
Alistair Sooke traces the history of the ampersand, the character representing 'and'. (R)
Paul Morley tests the contention that jazz is dead, a victim of its own history.
John Sergeant marks the 40th anniversary of the UK's joining the EEC.
Egyptian physician and writer, Nawal El Saadawi is still campaigning for women at 81.
Jim Al-Khalili meets chemist and science showman Andrea Sella.
6/52 Alan Freeman assesses the contribution of country music to the development of pop.
Sunday 6 January 2013