1/7 Literary agent Jenny Brown tells Stuart Cosgrove about her five favourite books. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Billy Bragg reflects on his early career and the state of the music and radio industries. (R)
BBC Radio 6 Music
Making sense of gaps in our lives that take us out of our routine.
BBC World Service
Tom Armitage says learning to write computer code means learning to think in a modern way.
BBC Radio 4
William Crawley looks back on a year in the world of ethics, morals and religion.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Sùil air an laoidh Leanabh an Àigh 's air beatha Màiri Dhòmhnallaich à Muile a sgrìobh i. (R)
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Dè an leabhar a bu mhotha a chòrd riut nad òige? (R)
In a special programme, we look back at 2012's Cultural Olympiad.
Ìomhaigh nan eilean Albannach ann an sgrìobhadh Beurla le Mark Wringe is aoidhean. (R)
Portread arbennig o'r gantores boblogaidd o Landegai. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Taghadh pearsanta de bhàrdachd bho Dhòmhnall Eàirdsidh Dòmhnallach. Às an tasglann. (R)
Janice Forsyth talks to Nile Rodgers, the man behind Le Freak and We Are Family. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
Janice Forsyth meets John Wilson, who specialises in music for the small and big screens. (R)
Literary Trends of 2012, including bonkbusters, historical fiction and self-publishing.
Roger McGough with a selection of poetry on the theme of time.
1/2 Nina Myskow marks 40 years since Britain first fell for David Cassidy.
BBC Radio 2
6/6 David Jacobs on Hamlisch's last major musical for Broadway, The Sweet Smell of Success.
Francine Stock and guests look at the challenges filmmakers face adapting difficult books.
Billy Differ presents a stage and screen-themed Zone.
Monday 31 December 2012