3/3 Mark Goodier's 2000 documentary exploring the extraordinary career of David Bowie.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Science and technology through the eyes of Africa's female scientists
BBC World Service
2/6 Geoffrey Wheeler's affectionate look at one of Scotland's last variety venues.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Danny Robins follows in the footsteps of Bowie and Iggy Pop, going on a tour or Berlin.
BBC Ulster explores the day to day reality of heroin addiction. (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Golwg tu ôl i ddrysau caeëdig yr Hare Krishna yng Nghymru, drwy lygaid Steve Phillips. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Will the book that classifies mental illness lead to the medicalisation of grief?
BBC Radio 4
Felicity Evans and the Radio Wales current affairs team focus on the stories that matter.
BBC Radio Wales
3/3 Matthew Oates follows in the footsteps of writer Edward Thomas.
A police whistleblower claims last year's Rochdale child grooming case failed victims.
Stori i ysbrydoli: Mark Phillips, dyn ifanc o Sanclêr sydd â Pharlys yr Ymennydd. (R)
Candi Staton presents the story of one of the world's most recorded songs and its composer (R)
BBC Radio 2
Shelagh Fogarty considers the challenges the leaders of the Christian church now face.
BBC Radio 5 live
How the music of Saharawi refugees is bringing their plight to the world's attention.
Chinese New Year with the Christians of Vancouver.
Sam Coates of the Times reflects on how the papers have covered the week's big stories.
Gary Kemp celebrates the classic David Bowie album.
Monday 1 April 2013