BBC Radio Ulster joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
5/5 How a Cambridge-based company designs 85% of the silicon chips inside all mobile phones. (R)
BBC Radio 4
1/5 Cheryl Strayed's account of hiking 1,100 miles solo through America's rugged west.
Jim Al-Khalili meets chemist and science showman Andrea Sella.
BBC World Service
Countries around the world celebrate 2013.
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.
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Brazil: How architect Oscar Niemeyer brought his extraordinary building designs to life.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Matthew's favourite moments from 2012.
The roots and future of the tango: 'a vertical expression of a horizontal desire'.
Sean Street looks at a radio programme about fishing that has forged a cultural identity.
Alexandre Desplat discusses music in filmmaking and collaborating with great directors.
Charlie Sloth takes a road trip to find the North of England's hottest rappers. (R)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Bolivia: John Pilkington reveals the men behind Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid.
Audrey has a few words to say about Amy's attitude to her sister Muriel.
Charlie Sloth takes a look at the rap scenes in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. (R)
A look at the big business themes and new developments for 2013.
Cuba: Carlos Acosta shares musical favourites with Sue Lawley.
The Fab Four, Down South: Beatles documentary presented by Tony Blackburn.
BBC Radio Solent
5/5 Billy Kay on the coming of the Scots Parliament and the nationalists' hope for the future. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Anna Hill asks what 2013 might hold for the troubled dairy industry.
1/5 Jamaica: Maureen Sheridan tells the story of moving her young family to the home of reggae
Jack The Life: Chris Rider talks to Blackburn MP Jack Straw about his life in politics.
BBC Radio Lancashire
2/5 Siblings Pete and Irene share their extraordinary story with Anna Magnusson. (R)
Y diweddaraf o'r byd ffermio gyda Dei Tomos. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Vicky Featherstone shares her trip to the top at the National Theatre of Scotland. (R)
Arizona: Can law makers silence freight train horns at Flagstaff's level crossings?
News, weather, sport and more, plus what's going on around the island on New Year's Day.
BBC Radio Guernsey
Alun Thomas a'i westeion sy'n bwrw golwg yn ôl dros rai o brif straeon newyddion 2012. (R)
Dave Payne, father of school dinner blogger Martha, discusses being in the media spotlight (R)
Phoenix: David Aaronovitch checks out some Arizona real estate.
Elaine C Smith talks to Lois Beaumont about being a teenage mother. (R)
John Waite tells the story of The Monkees, the successful 1960s pop group.
Olympic rower Katherine Grainger tells Edi Stark her story. (R)
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
2/5 Melvyn Bragg considers the importance of culture to the discipline of anthropology.
Alaska: The Helmericks endured Artic winters, but now Jim and Teena face a greater threat.
As we ease into New Year's Day 2013, Jo brings you Oxfordshire's stories and people.
BBC Radio Oxford
Stephen Nolan looks back at the highlights of the Nolan Show in 2012.
A special edition in which Kaye explores how you can improve areas of your life.
Who are hacktivists and what motivates them?
Alaska: Kenny Taylor travels the northern world to seek his passion: the Aurora Borealis.
2/5 Cheryl Strayed begins her journey in the heat of California's Mojave desert.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Tributes to cricket commentator Christopher Martin-Jenkins who died of cancer this morning
Sinead O'Connor sings and talks about her controversial career. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Stephen eases you through your New Year's Day morning in his own unique way.
Nick keeps the fun and music coming as we continue to celebrate New Year's Day.
BBC Radio Norfolk
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands only
Sgwrsio, cyngor, cerddoriaeth a chwerthin yn fyw o stiwdio Caerfyrddin gyda Iola Wyn.
Matt Cardle with Essex pop stars and musicians who were number one between 2000 and 2012.
18/24 The first day of 2013 sees Saving Species revelling in a winter wildfowl spectacle.
Paul Morley tests the contention that jazz is dead, a victim of its own history.
Hear our Beatles special celebrating 50 years since the Beatles first hit, Love Me Do.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
Liz Barclay makes her selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
How The West Is Done: BBC Radio Bristol went out across the West to find out how we live.
BBC Radio Bristol
BBC Radio 4 LW only
A fast-paced look at some of the highlights of BBC Radio Scotland's year.
The Cardboard Harp Project: Jennie Dennet's novel voyage of musical discovery.
BBC Radio Cumbria
My Beatles story: Fifty years on from Love Me Do, listeners share their Beatles stories.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Luke Campbell's Golden Year: Neil Rudd looks at the Olympic 2012 boxer's big year.
BBC Radio Humberside
Sea odyssey: A look back on a magical April weekend when giants were in Liverpool.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Celebrating a quarter of a century of one of Norfolk's most popular big bands.
2/3 Donnchadh MacFhearghais 's Iain Caimbeul le fios mu seann phoit-dhubh is dealan ùr.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Janice Forsyth explores the music and lyrics of one of her heroes, Leonard Cohen.
Calum Dòmhnallach a chluich airson Celtic sna 30an agus a bhuineadh do dh'Uibhist a Deas. (R)
2/5 Brooke Magnanti reveals the mixed and mischievous reasons authors have hidden their names.
David White brings you a documentary all about the Beatles, 50 years after Love Me Do.
BBC Radio Cornwall
2/3 Author AL Kennedy talks to her mother about life, literature and Shakespeare.
1/5 Alan Bennett recalls the monologue he wrote for the much-loved actress.
2/5 The writer on speaking engagements and why he's never appeared in the annual Honours List.
5/6 Jay Rayner and the team present a special New Year edition of the food show from Bath.
Actor and writer Jim Sweeney's lively, candid account of living with multiple sclerosis.
1/4 A tale of lost and found cats in Portsmouth presented by Alan Dein. (R)
South African Sthembiso Madiya's influence on a generation inspired an award-winning film
Michael Rosen explores the ancient art of stenography.
5/9 Grigori Rasputin - mad monk or righteous spiritual man? Matthew Parris investigates.
The Olympic Legacy: A debate on the future of grassroots sport in Kent.
BBC Radio Kent
Sporting Review of the Year: We look back at 2012 in Derbyshire and East Staffordshire.
BBC Radio Derby
King Of Disco: Tom Moulton, the creator of the 12" single talks to Gary Hickson.
Ben's Best Bits - Part one: A tour of Ben's favourite places.
BBC Radio Leicester
Van Morrison talks to Ralph McLean about his musical inspirations and roots in Belfast.
Janice Forsyth presents a tribute to the late Michael Marra.
Realising Arthur: The story of the world's first black professional footballer.
Adam Walton pits a team of Glyndwr University experts against the Wrexham Pub Quiz League. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Celfyddyd a thrafodaeth. Arts discussion programme. (R)
Andy Serkis and Neil Young reveal how they are embracing new technology in their work.
How would you like to be remembered when it comes to your digital life?
1/3 Paul Gambaccini reveals the origins of the chart, which developed from sheet music sales.
BBC Radio 2
Ben Goldacre explores the idea of evidence-based policy.
Best of listeners' stories about the Beatles marking the 50th anniversary of Love Me Do.
BBC WM 95.6
Audrey Brown talks to Grammy Award–winning Beninoise singer-songwriter Angélique Kidjo.
Cricket commentator Henry Blofeld talks to Peter White about his eyesight problems.
Another chance to hear favourite Bond themes as played by the BBC Philharmonic. (R)
Poet and accidental chainsaw owner James Lasdun learns how to chop wood. (R)
Spencer Leigh presents From Mathew Street to Abbey Road: A Beatles special (part three).
A look at the big business themes and new developments for 2013. (R)
Liza Tarbuck celebrates the British comedian Ken Dodd.
Ben Kingsley talks to Joan Bakewell about the beliefs that underpin his life and work.
BBC Radio 3
Gweler BBC Radio 5 live.
1/2 A first-hand account of the sixties from Vicki Wickham, who edited Ready Steady Go!
BBC Radio 6 Music
3/5 Yusuf Mahmoud swapped Cheltenham for Zanzibar because of his love of African music. (R)
Barack Obama wins a 'fiscal cliff' victory.
Euan McIlwraith continues his boat-themed Zone.
Wednesday 2 January 2013