Cultural highlights of 2012 with the BBC World Service's partner stations in North America
BBC World Service
Edi Stark asks: what's inside the Singing Kettle? (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
2/4 A' comharrachadh 200 bliadhna bho rugadh an sgrìobhaiche Teàrlach Dickens.
BBC Radio Nan Gàidheal
Grassroots news, views, issues and culture from across the north west community.
BBC Radio Foyle
9/10 Marina Warner examines the tales' history of censorship.
BBC Radio 4
Portread arbennig o'r gantores boblogaidd o Landegai.
BBC Radio Cymru
Colin Firth shares his five of the best books.
Francine Stock and guests look at the challenges filmmakers face adapting difficult books.
Marc Wringe 's dithis eile a' bruidhinn air Death and the Dolce Vita le Stephen Gundle.
From the Scorpions to the Spectres, and now 50 years on they've reached the Status Quo.
BBC Radio 2
Newry-born artist Sean Hillen talks to Marie-Louise Muir about his life and work.
BBC Radio Ulster
Kirsty Lang meets the backstage stars who play a key role in big events and major TV shows
Suzi Quatro goes right back to her roots as she revisits her home town of Detroit.
A year of arts and culture Down Under - green theatre, Maori Shakespeare and The Hobbit.
John Cavanagh presents a special Beatles Zone celebrating pop's iconic boy band.
Friday 28 December 2012