1/2 Don Letts looks at the Rastafari movement and its influence on Jamaican music.
BBC Radio 6 Music
In the 1990s, the Algerian military was locked in a brutal struggle with radical Islamists
BBC World Service Online
45/52 Alan Freeman explores the world of the singer-songwriter.
Corsica has the highest murder rate per capita in Europe. Tom Esslemont investigates why
In February 1942 Britain's stronghold in South East Asia fell to the Japanese.
Peter White hears about Damon Runyon, who captured New York's lowlife vibes in the 1920s.
BBC Radio 4
Nine short stories from around the world, looking at how love is changing
Niall Brownlie ag innse mu chuid de na sgrìobhaidhean aige, ach gu h-àraidh, òrain.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
27/30 The Victorians contrived increasingly ingenious ways to domesticate nature.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Nick Servini on Pension liberation and offers a guide to writing a good business plan.
BBC Radio Wales
Is national identity precise or can it accommodate a range of affiliations and sympathies?
BBC Radio Ulster
24/24 Brett Westwood looks at a bird on the edge of extinction - the slender-billed curlew.
7/10 Barry Manilow celebrates the man with 23 Oscar nominations, Sammy Cahn.
BBC Radio 2
2/2 Don Letts looks at the Rastafari movement and its influence on Jamaican music.
Another chance to hear Stuart Cosgrove's series My Life in Five Books.
BBC Radio Scotland
46/52 Alan Freeman celebrates the music of LA and west coast America.
Friday 15 February 2013