4/4 Davie Scott hears the stories behind the making of the Texas album White on Blonde. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Chicken farming dates back 10,000 years and produces 50 billion chickens to eat each year.
BBC World Service Online
It is 19 years since the heir to the Syrian presidency died in a car crash.
The Akorino are a conservative, Christian sect from Kenya. Wairimu Gitahi finds out more.
28/52 Alan Freeman explores the world of teen idols and the managers who pull the strings.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Survivors relive the tragedy of the arms dump explosion in Lagos, Nigeria, 2002
Jonty Bloom takes a behind the scenes look at a retail explosion. (R)
BBC Radio 4
16/20 BBC Radio captures the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
1/5 Tracey finds out how our bodies create colour and sees the world through colour-blind eyes
Cyfres ddogfen yn adrodd hanes penodol bob wythnos. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
18/30 What 18th-century home life held for spinsters. As many as one in five women never married
BBC Radio 4 Extra
How British Indians are fighting to reclaim millions of pounds worth of land in India.
BBC Asian Network
1/3 Mukul Devichand seeks to see the UK through the eyes of those who have recently arrived.
3/3 It's time for Kutski to educate Phil Taggart in dance!
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1
16/30 Mary Garrison discusses the scholar Alcuin, regarded as 'the most learned man anywhere'.
BBC Radio 3
5/6 This programme dissects the reputation of David Bowie.
29/52 Alan Freeman looks back at the rise and fall of punk rock in Britain.
Tuesday 29 January 2013