Celebrating 90 years of BBC Radio.
BBC World Service
William Crawley and guests debate the week's religious and ethical news. Including News.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Are moving images taking over from still ones?
3/3 Time for your close-up! Caroline Quentin investigates life among the hoofers.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Steve Lamacq unveils the results of The Listeners' Archive project.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Lucie Skeaping explores the art of the lullaby and its inspiration to early music. (R)
BBC Radio 3
William Crawley talks to one of Northern Ireland's most successful authors, David Park.
1/6 Phil Rickman talks to authors Ian Rankin and Gerald Seymour about their famous detectives.
BBC Radio Wales
Kate Crockett yn olrhain hanes y cylchgrawn Barn tra'n dathlu ei ben blwydd yn hanner cant (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Join Clare English for a literary treat with new writing and favourite authors. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Janice Forsyth talks to Nikki Reed and Kellan Lutz from Breaking Dawn - Part 2. (R)
Rachel Johnson on her novel Winter Games, prequels and sequels, and Dashiell Hammett.
BBC Radio 4
Kist is in Pennsylvania to celebrate the Celtic Classic Festival in Bethlehem.
3/4 Ruth Padel works with poets at Stalybridge Station buffet bar. Tough love for poems.
1/6 Mary Ann Kennedy explores the character of Paris through its classical music. (R)
1/6 Composer Marvin Hamlisch recalls his lucky break and explains why he turned to Hollywood. (R)
BBC Radio 2
How well did the BBC cover its own crisis? And is the BBC's past ripe for satire?
Does the threat of prison put teenagers off committing crime? Tim Westwood finds out.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Bradley Cooper on Silver Linings Playbook, Beau Bridges on Hal Ashby. With Francine Stock.
The weird world of the colour blue.
Davie Scott celebrates some of the finest albums Scotland has ever produced.
Monday 19 November 2012