1/5 Valentine's Day, 1989, and author Salman Rushdie's life is changed forever.
BBC Radio 4
The British man wrongly accused of a massacre in the Central African Republic.
BBC World Service
A secret video recording of Mitt Romney emerges on a US website.
BBC Radio 5 live
BBC Asian Network joins BBC Radio 5 live through the night.
BBC Asian Network
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Gweler BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Cymru
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
1/4 Featuring flowers and animals in springtime, spring elections and tips for spring cleaning
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Toronto International Film Festival, Diana Vreeland and a controversial play from Uganda.
Clive Anderson is joined by Clare Balding, Sebastian Faulks, Paula Wilcox and Robin Ince.
Can you apply Darwin's theory of natural selection to music and create the perfect tune?
News and insight from the business world with Andrew Verity and Mickey Clark.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/4 Poet Paul Henry examines how artist Gwen John was influenced by growing up in Tenby. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
A provisional licence to cull badgers is issued in Gloucestershire.
News, travel, sport, business, agriculture and Thought for the Day.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
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
Susan Hulme reports on Michael Gove's plans to shake up the exam system in England.
BBC Radio 4 LW only
Sperm banks, egg donors and surrogate mothers - the booming global fertility business.
Rupert Everett says children need both a father and a mother. Do you agree?
Nicky Campbell takes your calls on the day's big story.
GCSE's are to be replaced in core subjects by the English Baccalaureate Certificate.
BBC London 94.9
Jim Al-Khalili interviews Prof David Nutt about research into drugs and the brain.
Nick asks how difficult it is for disabled people to get around the county.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Have your say on the day's top stories. Call 01743 248321 (national rate).
BBC Radio Shropshire
Lurgan pensioners mistakenly have their door battered down during a PSNI drug raid.
Poilitigs nan oileanach, an Rìgh Ridseard III agus Abaid Chealsaidh.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
2/2 What role will Latinos play in the forthcoming US elections?
Sarfraz Manzoor talks to author Judith Kerr about making public a personal story.
2/5 Salman Rushdie describes how storytelling was central to his life as a youngster.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Nato attempts to limit insider attacks from Afghan security forces. Also, Kate pics latest
Nigel Slater, Tessa Jowell, and women in the Mormon church. Presented by Jane Garvey.
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands only
Busnesu a sgwrsio, chwerthin a chrio - y cyfan ar raglen Nia.
3/24 Is it going to be brownfield sites that will provide the room for wildlife to flourish?
4/5 The enduring appeal of the Dire Straits classic is explored by those touched by the piece.
Two women police officers are shot dead in Manchester as they make an arrest.
Will Houston and Bill Davenport on magic and Malcolm Holcombe talks about his new album.
2/5 Focusing on the summer of 1780, when Clementi found himself in a piano contest with Mozart
BBC Radio 3
Who should benefit from employment law - the employer or employee? With Shari Vahl.
Y straeon difyr yn fyw o'ch cymuned chi. Ffoniwch, e-bostiwch, neu sgrifennwch.
Health, heart and money issues explored with Anna and a whole lot more.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
BBC Radio Suffolk
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
Amazing stories from Oxfordshire.
BBC Radio Oxford
Cyfres newydd gyda Kate Crockett a chriw o adolygwyr yn trin a thrafod llyfrau'r haf.
This episode of The Culture Cafe is dedicated to design in all its glorious shades.
Tuilleadh mu cheòl an òige le triùir Leòdhasach a tha a' fuireach an Dùn Èideann.
The Dutch woman who was conned into taking a bomb on board a plane to Bethlehem.
7/10 How Karl Marx saw the future as predetermined by inexorable economic forces.
19/26 Composer Thea Musgrave presents her personal journey through the arts.
4/5 Anna Magnusson talks to sisters Kath and Fariha about overcoming religious differences.
205/216 Death of Disraeli: Gladstone's Midlothian Campaign costs the Prime Minister dearly.
2/5 Showbiz stalwart Barry Cryer recalls his early years in comedy and his childhood in Leeds.
2/5 Already grieving for her cousin Dan, Charlie's family struggle to cope after her death.
Technology expert Dan Sung talks about all the latest gadgets, including the iPhone 5.
2/6 Blurring the line between fact and fiction with tales of love, loss and bending the law.
Ben brings you surprising stories from Leicestershire and Rutland with the news after 5pm.
BBC Radio Leicester
2/10 A businessman's eyes are opened to intriguing new possibilities when he takes in a tenant.
The exhibition focusing on human rights abuses at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.
4/4 Michael Portillo investigates Alfred the Great - English hero or Saxon spin-doctor? (R)
Sean Rafferty presents, with live music from the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain.
8/9 Alan Johnson tells Matthew Parris about the impact George Orwell had on his life.
Seamus McKee with local, national and international news, plus sport, traffic and weather.
A drivetime mix of news, sport, music and travel to take you home.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Local news and weather, what's on, fish report and jobspot.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Shetland only
Iolo Williams yn edrych ar bopeth sydd yn dymhorol a chyfredol ym myd natur a chadwraeth.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
As the Arctic ice melt increases, Adam Walton asks how this will affect our climate.
Stories, discussion, news and more, presented by Louise McCreesh.
Brad Pitt in Killing Them Softly reviewed, choirmaster Gareth Malone, comedian Greg Davies
1/6 Cherrie McIlwaine assesses a range of songs written about or inspired by Belfast.
Gareth Mitchell reports on the battle for the consumer at the IFA trade fair in Berlin.
Rana Mitter discovers the unexpected thinking behind China's welfare state.
Stephen Johnson explores Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony.
Is self-employment a good choice for the visually impaired? Peter White investigates.
News, music and entertainment in Bengali with Mahbub Hussain sitting in for Shawkat Hashmi
US research suggests screening all women for ovarian cancer does more harm than good.
Sir David Frost with actress Joan Collins in a frank and revealing interview.
BBC Radio 2
Matthew Sweet talks to Salman Rushdie about his time living under the Iranian Fatwa.
Conor Bradford presents highlights of the day's proceedings at Stormont.
2/5 Charles Godfray on The Population Bomb, a text warning of starvation from overpopulation.
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Reaction to the killing of two female police officers in Greater Manchester.
Cameron Stout with an entertaining and enlightening celebration of Scotland's history.
Wednesday 19 September 2012