How a young American scientist began the work that would show how our climate is changing.
BBC World Service Online
6/52 Alan Freeman assesses the contribution of country music to the development of pop.
BBC Radio 6 Music
How Samuel Beckett's existentialist masterpiece revolutionised the theatre 60 years ago.
Murchadh Moireasdan à Geòcrab a bha na àrd-einseanair aig muir. Còmhla ri Ailean Caimbeul. (R)
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Egyptian physician and writer, Nawal El Saadawi is still campaigning for women at 81.
1/2 Edward Stourton reports from Nairobi on the impact and effectiveness of international aid.
BBC Radio 4
Matt Wells meets the small Sikh community devastated by a gun man in Oak Creek, Wisconsin
Ben Goldacre explores the idea of evidence-based policy.
2/4 Peter Jackson uncovers the story of arguably the Welshest team ever in the Football League
BBC Radio Wales
Hywel Gwynfryn yn cwrdd a hen ffrind. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Explore the roots of Islamic extremism and meet the Welsh people fighting its influence.
Sir Tim Rice's musical road trip reaches Georgia, the Peach State, home of Little Richard. (R)
BBC Radio 2
1/2 Dame Kiri Te Kanawa profiles the stormy life of singer Mario Lanza. (R)
David Aaronovitch of the Times analyses how the papers are covering the biggest stories.
The calamitous story of how a boat packed with comedians sailed from London to Edinburgh. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
It is 40 years since a video game was invented which would change the way we play.
7/52 Alan Freeman considers the life and death of Elvis Presley.
Monday 7 January 2013