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 Late 19th century. Russia races towards industrialisation, and the people want change.
BBC Radio 4
How might cities, mobile phones and humans become fossilised in years to come?
BBC World Service
Reaction to a damning report on Newsnight's invesitgation into child abuse.
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 journalist who risked his life by travelling to the Islamist-controlled North of Mali
Bobby Friction reviews romantic Bollywood film Jab Tak Hai Jaan, by the late Yash Chopra.
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
1/2 Louise Elliott takes a look back at the events of the first series of 118 Days.
BBC Radio Wales
Huge numbers of migrating birds flocking to the UK will find very little winter food.
News, travel, sport, business, agriculture and Thought for the Day.
News, weather, travel and sport, plus what's going on around the island.
Enda McClafferty and Sarah Brett live from the north west with news, sport and weather.
Including local news and weather, what's on diary, mart report, jobspot and postbag.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Orkney only
Susan Hulme with the latest news from Westminster and beyond.
BBC Radio 4 LW only
By some measures America's economy is in a worse state than Spain or Portugal.
Are Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg's new family-friendly policies good for business?
Abu Qatada is told he can stay in the UK. We ask: Is this a triumph for the rule of law?
Nikki Bedi sits in for Vanessa.
BBC London 94.9
Jonathan Freedland compares airport expansion now with the Victorian battle of the ports.
Nick asks if local MPs put politics before people when voting about a rise in fuel duty.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Have your say on the day's top stories. Call 01743 248321 (national rate).
BBC Radio Shropshire
A suspected under car booby trap bomb discovered near a school in North Belfast.
Sàbhailteachd a thaobh baidhseagalan agus rèile ùr luath eadar Glaschu agus Dùn Èideann.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
2/2 Rob Broomby examines the UK universities entering the world of raising money.
2/4 Alvin Hall visits Pittsburgh and a baseball game at Chicago's historic Wrigley Field.
2/5 The dying days of the tsarist empire see the aristocracy partying their way into history.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
In the last year, there has been a 50 per cent rise in payday loans.
Nick Clegg on extending rights to flexible working.
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands only
Sgwrsio, cyngor, cerddoriaeth a chwerthin yn fyw o stiwdio Caerfyrddin gyda Iola Wyn.
11/24 Brett Westwood reports on goliath groupers in the Caribbean and the Asiatic Lion of India.
Stories from around the UK as Dominic Laurie sits in.
‘Whose London’ on paper and singer Kiki Dee.
Julian Worricker wants to hear your views on the BBC - how can trust be regained?
Health, heart and money issues explored with Anna and a whole lot more.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Y straeon difyr yn fyw o'ch cymuned chi. Ffoniwch, e-bostiwch, neu sgrifennwch.
All about Suffolk - from farming, food, gardening, local history and a sofa guest.
BBC Radio Suffolk
Join Kat Orman for amazing stories from Oxfordshire.
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
The pitfalls of sending money to friends and relatives or to pay for goods and services.
Bonnie Langford and Ben Richards clock in to discuss 9 to 5: The Musical.
3/5 Dòmhnall Macleòid agus aoighean a' cnuasachadh beatha sluagh Baile na h-Àithne.
2/5 Matthew Oates meets Rob Lambert to find out if there is any point to twitching rare birds.
Edi Stark talks to Amar Latif.
7/15 By the 19th century, tartan and the kilt had gained cult status.
2/5 Pugin falls in love, but tragic events are set to shape the course of his life.
Straeon hwn a'r llall a rhoi'r byd yn ei le yng nghwmni Nia Roberts.
What next for archaeology on TV? Tony Robinson joins the discussion with Helen Castor.
Ben brings you surprising stories from Leicestershire and Rutland with the news after 5pm.
BBC Radio Leicester
Inside the world of India's forgotten workers
Tottenham MP David Lammy meets African Caribbean fathers who are serious about parenting.
Tax havens, Brian Clough and a Regency romance are discussed by Harriett Gilbert's guests.
Local, national and international news with Seamus McKee, plus sport, traffic and weather.
Paul Salt sits in with 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
Lenders to Greece publicly split over the debt crisis - and being gay on Wall Street.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
Adam Walton explores dietetics, the science of food nutrition and healthy eating.
Stories, discussion, news and more, presented by Lucinda Glynn.
A Bigger Splash, plus a new play about Edward Thomas, and photography from the Middle East
How illiterate Ethiopian children taught themselves to use tablet PCs without instructions
What effect are so-called zombie companies having on the UK economy? Hugh Pym investigates
1/6 Mary Ann Kennedy explores the character of Paris through its classical music.
The new movie by Stephen Spielberg takes us back to the American abolition of slavery.
Blind and partially-sighted media people talk about the way they got into radio and TV.
How 'gaydar' works, narcissism and the Me Generation, IQ tests and learning disabilities.
From the 2012 Free Thinking Festival, Rana Mitter chairs a debate about world history.
BBC Radio 3
Highlights of the day's proceedings at Stormont, presented by Conor Bradford.
7/10 Nandini Das gives a talk on the 16th-century crime pamphlet craze at Free Thinking 2012.
The energy secretary tells MPs anyone involved in gas price rigging will be prosecuted.
We look ahead to a day of anti-austerity strikes and protests across Europe.
David Stenhouse takes a trip aross the pond for a Zone dedicated to American cities.
Wednesday 14 November 2012