Bryan Burnett finds out how heroic Scotland is being for Children in Need.
Series following the youngsters who went to Singapore in support of London's Olympic bid
Clare Jenkins tells the story of children cared for in 'scattered homes' of Sheffield.
Mike Thomson reports from Northern Iraq on the changing role of child soldiers.
Mark Mardell explores the relationship between the world's two greatest powers.
Clive Anderson visits China to find out why success at the sport has eluded the country.
Rana Mitter discovers the unexpected thinking behind China's welfare state.
Carrie Gracie presents a series exploring ten great lives from Chinese history
Sue Nelson investigates the humble source of the silicon chip.
Alex Stevenson explores musical diplomacy, as the Parliament and Bundestag choirs sing.
William Crawley travels to Winston Churchill's grave in the Oxfordshire village of Bladon.
Melvyn Bragg presents a celebration of the remarkable language of Sir Winston Churchill.
Two-part series looking at the fringes where suburbia meets the countryside
Bill Paterson marks the 70th anniversary of the Classics Illustrated comic book series.
Technological and digital news from around the world.
Simon Cox with the latest developments and issues from the world of IT.
Chris Vallance explores the long-term results of the hacking of climate scientists' emails
Is the middle class in decline? The divide between a rich elite and those now clinging on.
The clue-based treasure hunt puts you in the driving seat. Challenge your local knowledge.
Aleks Krotoski tells the story of the languages that have been used to talk to machines.
Rhaglen yn cynnwys darnau o'r archif. Programme featuring archive clip and recordings.
Còmhradh, conaltradh agus cnuasachadh gach là. Debate, discussion and deliberation.
Fresh revelations about the Cambridge spies Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean.
How surfing is shaping Ireland's coastal communities, north and south of the border.
Charles Wheeler presents personal interpretations about the end of the Second World War.
Five programmes exploring the ways in which people reveal their true selves to the world.
Inside the booming and lucrative business of multinational companies suing governments.
Debbie Wiseman tells the fascinating story of the composer of Captain Noah and Rumpole.
How Western classical music underpinned the golden age of the Hollywood film score.
Hannah Fry reveals the UK's lead role in developing computer technologies we rely on today
Cerys Matthews celebrates one of her musical heroines, gospel singer Mahalia Jackson.
Sally Marlow investigates the addictive nature of overeating and how we should treat it.
Winifred Robinson investigates changes to border controls in the wake of election results.
Sue MacGregor interviews broadcaster and foreign correspondent Alistair Cooke.
BBC correspondents forecast the leading news stories for the year ahead
Heather Couper presents a narrative history of astronomy
Programme looking at man's effect on the environment and how the environment reacts
Can we maintain the NHS much as we know it or do we need to envisage really big changes?
Programme serving everyone living in the countryside, and tackling issues affecting them
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire remembers the events of the Blitz.
Catherine Bott on software that corrects out of tune singing but is also a creative tool.
Ian Peacock unravels the myth, science and psychology behind creativity.
Quirky sound composition inspired by the songs of crickets.
Hardeep Singh Kohli investigates the lack of chefs threatening Britain's curry industry.
Series focusing on foreign affairs issues
On the ground reporting from around the world
Poet Paul Farley takes a walk across the dangerous sands of Morecambe Bay.
Jake Wallis Simons explores the murky and controversial world of private investigators.
Philip Hoare attends the necropsy of a porpoise and thinks about going inside a whale.
Cuba is one of the world's least connected countries, but that is about to change.