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What is the secret of designer Tom Ford's legendary success? James Silver charts his rise.
BBC Radio 4 FM
7/8 Folk singer Emily Smith picks five songs that have played an important part in her life. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
6/8 Cuairt air Na Hearadh còmhla ri Christine NicLeòid. An-diugh, ceann a muigh Scalpaigh. (R)
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Gwestai Beti George yw y Parchedig Dafydd Henry Edwards a fuodd yn Weinidog ym Mhatagonia.
BBC Radio Cymru
6/10 Seonaidh Moireasdan agus Seonag Mhoireasdan an Toronto. Còmhla ri Catrìona Mhoireach. (R)
1/6 Michael Bentine recalls visits to Australia and New York and some outrageous friends.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Cricket commentator Jonathan Agnew is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
Pete Wilson explores the characters and communities that make Gloucestershire great.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Na dòighean innleachdach a bh' aig Tormod Macleòid air sgrìobhadh agus gramar a theagasg. (R)
2/6 Olympic silver medallist Roger Black reflects on life after athletics.
BBC Radio Wales
2/6 Mark Radcliffe on the career of one of the most successful comedians of the 1950s and 60s.
BBC Radio 4
Remembering Zhuang Zedong, David Taylor, Stuart Freeborn, Patricia Hughes and Paul Tanner.
Callers tell Stephen Nolan whether they think they're 'too good' to stack shelves.
BBC Radio 5 live
Why has the open plan office become the norm in many places, despite the distractions?
BBC World Service Online
5 live hears from homeless people trying to survive sub-zero temperatures.
How HIV AIDS awareness is combined with cricket coaching in sub Saharan Africa.
Nikki Fox uses her mobility scooter and sense of humour to investigate disability in 2012.
Monday 18 February 2013