2/4 Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.
BBC Radio 6 Music
3/6 Kris Kristofferson presents the story of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
3/4 Jamie Owen heads to South East Wales and the ancient town of Caerleon.
BBC Radio Wales
In 1995, writer Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight Ogoni rights activists were executed in Nigeria
BBC World Service Online
Fred Dove investigates China's attempts to make itself a cricketing nation.
BBC Radio 4
3/3 Young people from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales share their vision of devolution.
BBC Radio Scotland
Andrew Dilnot explores the history of Britain's health numbers.
8/30 Michael Morpurgo explores education's expansion for boys in the 17th century.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/5 Retracing the crime writer's journey, Andrew Eames stops off for a steam bath in Damascus.
Dol Eoin plays songs from U2, Runrig and Stereophonics.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Stuart studies how the importance of home ownership in Britain is mirrored in pop music.
BBC Radio 2
3/4 Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.
Will Russian politics crush the thriving wine industry of tiny Moldova?
4/6 Kris Kristofferson presents the story of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
Thursday 21 November 2013