BBC Asian Network joins BBC Radio 5 live through the night.
BBC Asian Network
Gweler BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Cymru
BBC Radio Ulster joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
Another chance to hear content from BBC Radio Scotland's pop-up radio station.
BBC Radio Scotland MW only
19/30 Clare Balding is at Croke Park in Dublin to discover how Ireland developed its own sports.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/5 Nestor dives with the Ama, women who have been freediving in Japan's seas for 2,000 years. (R)
BBC Radio 4
British and Afghan women share their stories of being widowed by the same war
BBC World Service
3/5 Michael Palin recalls his mum making it big, grappling with a pig and a crucial meeting.
Rhod Sharp takes you through the night with news. Plus Dr Karl's science news.
BBC Radio 5 live
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Matthew Parris, Emma Brockes, Gwyneth Lewis and Jay Basu to discuss gaps.
A British prisoner of war's diary is returned to the writer's daughter.
The historical and cultural development of anxiety as a condition and its treatment
S Chelvan - 'a mouthpiece for those who have no voice'
Edi Stark talks to Christopher Hampson, artistic director of Scottish Ballet. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Adam Parsons and Mickey Clark with the latest news and views on business.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Could TB be more widespread in badgers in Cheshire than previously thought?
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the arctic skua. (R)
Poet Ian McMillan investigates why poets do not seem to like driving.
News, travel, sport, business, agriculture and Thought for the Day.
Enda McClafferty and Sarah Brett live from the north west with news, sport and weather.
News, weather, travel and sport, plus what's going on around the island.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Including local news and weather, what's on diary, mart report, jobspot and postbag.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Orkney only
Cyfle i chi sgwrsio gyda Dylan Jones am yr hyn sy'n digwydd yng Nghymru a thu hwnt.
The opportunities and dangers of shipping through the Arctic
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
BBC Radio 4 LW only
Kaye Adams gets to the heart of the stories making the news.
Rachel Burden takes your calls and asks: Is 16 too young to leave school?
Downsizing and relocating at 55, a floating village in the Thames and Ros Altmann.
BBC London 94.9
2/4 Under what circumstances can parents donate the organs of their newborn baby after death?
2/6 James Walton chairs. With John Walsh, Lynne Truss, Jane Thynne and Christopher Brookmyre.
A Lowestoft fan is fined for drinking a goldfish: Nick asks if he was criminal or stupid.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Have your say on the day's top stories. Call 01743 248321 (national rate).
BBC Radio Shropshire
Stephen Nolan with hard-hitting talk about the big stories of the day.
Còmhradh, conaltradh agus cnuasachadh le Coinneach.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
4/5 In the Caribbean, James Nestor plunges to the Midnight Zone in a home-made submarine.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Jenni Murray presents the programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands only
Listen live (BBC Radio Scotland homepage)
What do you do when a twisting funnel drops from the sky? A report from tornado alley.
Actor Neil Stuke chooses favourite food writing at the Bristol Food Connections Festival.
Listen live (BBC Radio 4 homepage)
Everything you need to know about London from architecture to accents and great music.
What do children who normally get free school meals eat in the summer holidays?
Why social workers are a lifeline for one Gloucestershire family
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Pobol ddifyr yn trafod pob math o bynciau gyda barn Caryl am y byd a'i bethau.
True life stories
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Y straeon difyr yn fyw o'ch cymuned chi. Ffoniwch, e-bostiwch, neu sgrifennwch.
Grassroots news, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west community.
Kat chats to Midge Ure about his career, plus advice on how to freshen up your garden.
BBC Radio Oxford
3/5 An e milis, searbh, saillte, neo geur am blas as fheàrr leibh?
Fungi and the birth of plant pathology.
20/30 Clare Balding is in Belfast to explore the impact the Troubles had on sport in the region.
4/5 Michael Palin shares fond recollections of his sister and the germ of A Fish Called Wanda.
How did people live and work 2,000 years ago? Helen Mark finds out at Butser Ancient Farm.
Ben brings you surprising stories from Leicestershire and Rutland with the news after 5pm.
BBC Radio Leicester
Hugh Quarshie presents an appeal for Anti-Slavery International. (R)
Tom Campbell and Nikesh Shukla on writing about this generation's alienated young men. (R)
Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss, Richard Lester on The Beatles and Hercules labours again.
A drivetime mix of news, sport, music and travel to take you home.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Adam Rutherford investigates the news in science and science in the news.
Britain and Russia react to Austria-Hungary's ultimatum.
Seamus McKee with local, national and international news plus sport, traffic and weather.
Local news and weather, what's on, fish report and jobspot.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Shetland only
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston is live from Hayling Island Sailing Club.
BBC Radio Solent
Pobl o bob rhan o Gymru a'u detholiad o ddarlledu'r dydd.
Y gwyddonydd Syr John Meurig Thomas yn westai (Rhan 2). (R)
Ex-parliamentary standards commissioner Elizabeth Filkin on the novelist George Eliot.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
Work and business issues in BBC Wales's only business programme.
BBC Radio Wales
John Ghrainne, from Rannafast, discusses the decline of the Irish Language in his town. (R)
Kirsty Lang with more reviews, news and in-depth interviews from the arts world.
In the shadow of Samson and Goliath, Belfast's seafaring legacy is being kept alive. (R)
The BBC brings you all the week's science news.
Allegations of a plot to Islamise secular schools in Birmingham investigated.
Faulty children's beds and mis-labelled monkey nuts: Evan Davis discusses product recalls.
Adam Rutherford investigates the news in science and science in the news. (R)
2/4 Will Gompertz meets Rem Koolhaas, the architect who thinks his profession is in crisis. (R)
Nigel Warburton explores the life and work of Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard. (R)
BBC Radio 3
3/5 An e milis, searbh, saillte, neo geur am blas as fheàrr leibh? (R)
3/5 Richard Coles on the classic Powell and Pressburger film A Matter of Life and Death.
Two friends share the stories of their grandmothers, who couldn't have been more different
4/5 In the Caribbean, James Nestor plunges to the Midnight Zone in a home-made submarine. (R)
Dan Maudsley takes you through the night with news, interviews and global stories.