Bruce Forsyth talks revealingly to Paul Morley about his life and career.
Bridget Kendall asks why the Russians are one step ahead in the world of ballroom dancing.
Mark Burman strips away the layers of Stuart Freeborn's remarkable life in movie make-up.
Award-winning songwriter Amy Wadge investigates the history and potential of the harmonica
Young British women students dating rich older men via websites. Who is exploiting who?
Lainy Malkani uncovers her family's roots on the sugar plantations of British Guiana
The NHS is paying people to be healthy. But does it really work? Claudia Hammond reports.
Late-night discussion show.
A series looking back on the summer of love of 1967.
What really happens in intergovernmental summits? Jonathan Powell investigates.
Frauke Jensen reports on a research project set up to count Namibia's cheetah population.
Programme showcasing feature reports and discussions on any number of cultural subjects
Andy Garland, Steve Bradley and Jean Griffin solve your gardening problems.
Gardening advice from Tim Crowther and the county's top gardening team.
Religious affairs programme which examines moral and ethical issues at home and abroad
A review of the week's news and the Sunday papers
Claudia Hammond investigates the science of face recognition.
Penny Marshall asks if new super-sized polyclinics will mean the end of the family GP.
Joan Bakewell asks what she might expect, and how she should prepare, if she had dementia.
A meditation on loss, with real and imagined stories bound by sound and silence.
Chocolate, swimming and sport: life working at the Cadbury factory in Bournville.
Sue Broom explores new scientific research on female promiscuity across the animal kingdom
Islington-born Sylvie Simmons talks to Nick Barraclough about her life as a rock writer.
Revealing everything listeners ever wanted to know about the symphony
Monica Whitlock tells the story of Poland's Syrena Records, a label that defined a nation.
Lyse Doucet talks to those whose lives have been changed by events in Syria.
Terence Blacker explores politically incorrect music over the last century
Artist Tacita Dean travels to Unesco in Paris on a mission to save photochemical film.
Taghadh Choinnich MhicIllEathain à Museum is Tasglann nan Eilean ùr an Caisteal Leòdhais.
Interview series with Fergal Keane in which he talks to individuals who have taken a stand
Michael Symmons Roberts on the life and legacy of visionary philanthropist Thomas Horsfall
Familiar pieces of classical music re-examined.
Lyse Doucet asks diplomats and politicians how we should engage with brutal regimes.
Francine Stock explores our use of mind-altering substances and Aldous Huxley's influence.
Jeremy Bowen hears first-hand accounts of the revolution which started in Tunisia
Christine Finn explores how authors' archive is kept, now they write on screens not paper.
Anne-Marie Duff narrates stories of life and death on the UK's ring roads.
Razia Iqbal talks to a series of well-known authors from Britain and around the world.
The stories of Leicestershire and Rutland's past.
Cyfle i ymateb i bynciau'r dydd yng nghwmni Garry Owen.
How Tarzan has enjoyed a hundred years swinging through the jungle of popular culture.
Can the Indian group which owns Jaguar Land Rover maintain its ethical reputation?
Michael Robinson shows how tax avoidance powers the spread of aggressive global companies.
No longer just for the rich, tutoring is booming in Britain. But is it worth the money?
Assessing 70 years of conflict and consensus since secondary education became free to all.
Aditya Chakrabortty reports on the student fight to reform their economics education.
The Alice in Wonderland world of the Anglo-Indians, focusing on a remarkable 92-year-old.
Your weekly status update on the technology business with Rory Cellan-Jones
Tracey Logan explores the world of colour, from biology to fashion