2/2 Another chance to hear Robbie Vincent talk to soul singer Bobby Womack.
BBC Radio 6 Music
2/3 Marc Almond looks at the darker side of French singer-songwriter Jacques Brel.
1/3 Andy Kershaw goes back to Leeds University to see how jazz, folk and rock went to college.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
How effective are drug rehabilitation centres run by Guatemala's Pentecostal churches?
BBC World Service Online
2/3 Andy Kershaw looks at how the arrival of punk and disco affected the student music scene.
In the summer of 1978 a British woman became the last known victim of smallpox.
3/4 Amanda Vickery explores a new crime for a new consumer society - shoplifting.
BBC Radio 4
Frank Cottrell Boyce curates and creates the festival of his wildest dreams.
4/5 Lucy looks for economic solutions in Anthony Trollope's The Last Chronicle of Barset.
Aasmah Mir talks to Scottish Asians about how they plan to vote in the referendum.
BBC Asian Network
Na ciad naidheachdan bàis a' tighinn chun na Gaidhealtachd agus chun nan eilean.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
3/4 Amanda Vickery explores a new crime for a new consumer society - shoplifting. (R)
4/4 Moira Stuart celebrates Carmen McRae and Sarah Vaughan. (R)
BBC Radio 2
Bobby Womack picks 10 favourite records and talks about his life and career.
3/3 Marc Almond looks at how Brel sensationally quit singing at the height of his career.
Friday 29 August 2014