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
1/5 The untold story of Mao's Great Famine, during which 36 million Chinese starved to death.
BBC Radio 4
Are humans creating a new geological epoch through climate change and fossil fuels?
BBC World Service
Superstorm Sandy slams America's east coast - Up All Night is there.
BBC Radio 5 live
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
The young actress facing death threats for pursuing her dreams in Afghanistan
"I would die to work with Jacques Audiard" Marion Cotillard on Rust and Bone's director.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
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
A warning that the global trade in plants lays the UK wide open to new diseases.
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
MPs hear that 100,000 ash trees have been felled in a bid to stop the spread of a disease.
BBC Radio 4 LW only
How global businesses protect themselves from storms like hurricane Sandy.
Kaye Adams asks whether Scotland will lose out if Trident goes.
Nicky Campbell asks: Are we too quick to dismiss depression?
Hurricane Sandy continues to cause devastation on the East Coast of the United States.
BBC London 94.9
2/2 Prof Michael Sandel discusses the philosophy of welfare benefits with a Boston audience.
Dominic looks at why starling numbers in the UK have fallen in the last 20 years.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Nick asks if you worry about how your elderly relatives are cared for in hospital.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Elliot Webb sits in. Your say on the day's top stories. Call 01743 248321 (national rate).
BBC Radio Shropshire
The US Eastern seaboard takes the full force of Sandy.
Tanachadh fhèidh agus sgeulachdan an t-Urr Tòmas MacCalmain 's an Dr Lachlainn Grannd.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
What can China's leaders learn from the country's tales of power, honour and violence?
2/5 When Yang Jishen's father died of starvation, he thought it was just a personal tragedy.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
The government says too many vulnerable young people are being forced out of care.
Launch of the Woman's Hour Power List - Jenni Murray talks to judges' chair Eve Pollard.
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands only
Sgwrsio, cyngor, cerddoriaeth a chwerthin yn fyw o stiwdio Caerfyrddin gyda Iola Wyn.
9/24 Brett Westwood explores the growing phenomenon of citizen science.
Marie-Louise Muir and Kim Lenaghan present an update from the Belfast Festival at Queens.
The latest from New York on Super Storm Sandy.
'Whose London' with David Milne and Bee Wilson and live music from Damien Dempsey.
With Julian Worricker. We're out of recession, but how does it feel for you?
A school student from Tewkesbury who’s stuck in New Jersey talks about her experience.
Y straeon difyr yn fyw o'ch cymuned chi. Ffoniwch, e-bostiwch, neu sgrifennwch.
Author Meg Rosoff who has a house in Suffolk and comedian Richard Whymark on the sofa.
BBC Radio Suffolk
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
Join Kat Orman for amazing stories from Oxfordshire.
BBC Radio Oxford
Hayley Scanlan talks about her clothing line, plus the protest against Creative Scotland.
1/5 Dòmhnall Macleòid a' togail air deamocrasaidh, dìleab bho na seann Ghreugaich.
7/15 Leonardo Sciascia created crime stories to depict the power of the Mafia in Sicily.
25/26 Internationally renowned actor Brian Cox introduces his exploration of the arts.
17/20 Early 17th-century proclamations reveal the impact of the 1603 plague outbreak.
2/5 The travel writer ignores warnings and heads to Sudan, and learns a lesson in Ethiopia.
Straeon hwn a'r llall a rhoi'r byd yn ei le yng nghwmni Nia Roberts.
As Black History Month draws to a close, has the annual celebration served its purpose?
Ben brings you surprising stories from Leicestershire and Rutland with the news after 5pm.
BBC Radio Leicester
1/14 Billy Bragg talks to John Wilson about Talking with the Taxman about Poetry.
Kainat Riaz was on her way to school with her friend Malala Yousafzai when she was shot
Joshua Rozenberg asks what it is like to represent yourself in court.
John Finnemore and Peter Hitchens discuss books by Michael Frayn and Josephine Tey.
Marie-Louise Muir and Kim Lenaghan present an update from the Belfast Festival at Queens. (R)
Sarah Brett keeps you up to date with local, national and international news.
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
Barbara Cheyne introduces music, poetry and song from Shetland and beyond.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
Adam Walton discovers a secret underground world when he meets fungus expert Lynne Boddy.
BBC Radio Wales
Stories, discussion, news and more, presented by Brian Mullen.
Lionel Shriver on The Master, photography at the National Gallery; composer Thomas Adès.
2/6 Cherrie McIlwaine goes on the trail of popular hymn All Things Bright and Beautiful. (R)
Africa's latest digital dreams might soon be realised as technophiles launch Demo Africa
Ahead of elections for police commissioners, do we need so many separate police forces?
The first major exhibition devoted to the male nude is currently being staged in Vienna.
How do charities portray visually impaired people in adverts without upsetting end users?
Claudia Hammond reports on 60 years of the Anna Freud Centre and how it uses neuroscience.
5/6 Johnnie Walker continues back in time with early-'70s hits from The Who and Neil Young.
BBC Radio 2
Matthew Sweet talks to the comedian Ken Dodd about his eight decades as an entertainer. (R)
BBC Radio 3
A health minister says that abuse at care homes is a 'national scandal' that 'has to end'.
From disaster to recovery - the US comes to terms with Sandy's destruction.
New York's Brill Building and the Scots connection with Texas, hosted by David Stenhouse.
Wednesday 31 October 2012