3/7 Writer Rodge Glass tells Stuart Cosgrove about five of his favourite books. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Why do human beings copy one another so much?
BBC World Service
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is 200 years old, but the story still resonates. Why?
Adventurer Sally Kettle argues that hope is not helpful.
BBC Radio 4
Mark Patterson and guests debate the week's religious and ethical news. Including News.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
We ask three African music experts to pick their musical highlights from 2012.
Rhifyn arbennig o Stiwdio gyda Garry Owen yn edrych nôl ar 30 mlynedd ers sefydlu S4C. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Iain Crichton Mac a' Ghobhainn le taghadh pearsanta de bhàrdachd. Às an tasglann. (R)
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Clare English talks to crime writers Alex Gray and Mons Kallentoft. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
John Gordon Sinclair talks to Janice Forsyth about his new venture into thriller writing. (R)
Ben Macintyre talks about his bestselling book Agent Zigzag, a true spy story from WWII.
1/12 Uncover Ulster-Scots culture, history and language from around the country.
Roger McGough presents requests for some playful poems on a musical and satirical theme.
1/2 Dame Kiri Te Kanawa profiles the stormy life of singer Mario Lanza. (R)
BBC Radio 2
Trevor Nelson looks at how teenagers are challenging football's anti-racism policies. (R)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Francine Stock charts the rise of films aimed at older cinemagoers.
Billy Differ presents a stage and screen-themed Zone.
Monday 7 January 2013