1/4 David Quantick starts with the early days, and why Bristol?
BBC Radio 6 Music
Peter Bowes concludes his exploration of the drive to live longer by looking at diet.
BBC World Service
Alan Black interviews Roy Wood about his music and career.
A debate on the issues facing the new Pope and Archbishop of Canterbury.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Will the growth of online courses give everyone the same chance of a world class education
3/3 Erica McAlister explores how insect technology can solve human design problems.
BBC Radio 4
Robin Denselow hears the music of the Saharawi people in the refugee camps of Algeria.
2/30 Humans have found many ways to communicate. David goes to Ghana to hear the talking drum.
3/6 Michael Blastland looks at humans' insatiable desire for change and the new.
1/4 Peter Jackson talks to Vicki Thomas about her golfing family and representing your country (R)
BBC Radio Wales FM only
3/4 Peter Jackson asks if athletes can be on top form when not playing for their birth country
BBC Radio Wales MW only
Can we rely on the NHS to uncover hospital scandals? Presented by Gerry Northam.
3/4 David Mitchell traces the development of British comedy through the 1960s and '70s.
BBC Radio 2
2/4 David Quantick examines how in the 1980s the mood changed in Bristol.
An entertaining and enlightening celebration of Scotland's mountain history.
BBC Radio Scotland
Alexis Korner presents an in-depth documentary of the Rolling Stones' 1975 USA tour.
Wednesday 20 March 2013