1/2 Bruce Dickinson presents a profile of blues giant Howlin' Wolf, aka Chester Burnett.
BBC Radio 6 Music
31/52 Alan Freeman celebrates the 'new breed' of independent labels in Britain from 1976 to 1981
Why are so many Roma children being taken into care in Britain?
BBC World Service
Guy Garvey on the challenge of turning a collection of songs into a single piece of art.
BBC Radio 4
19/20 BBC Radio captures the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Fearchar MacBheatha às a' Ghleann Bheag, a sgìre Ghleann Eilg, a' bruidhinn mu obair mara.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
4/5 Tracey Logan visits a traditional dye house in Leeds to see how they create colour.
Work and business issues in BBC Wales' only business programme.
BBC Radio Wales
22/24 Brett Westwood looks at the invasive Chinese mitten crab, plus freshwater eels.
5/10 Barry Manilow celebrates the musical colossus Johnny Mercer, writer of 'Moon River'.
BBC Radio 2
Fearchar MacBheatha às a' Ghleann Bheag, a sgìre Ghleann Eilg, a' bruidhinn mu obair mara. (R)
19/30 Michael Wood discusses Alfred the Great, King of Wessex and king of the Anglo-Saxons.
BBC Radio 3
2/2 Bruce Dickinson concludes his profile of blues giant Howlin' Wolf, aka Chester Burnett.
Another chance to hear Stuart Cosgrove's series My Life in Five Books.
BBC Radio Scotland
32/52 Alan Freeman celebrates James Brown and the funkiest music ever recorded.
Friday 1 February 2013