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
5/5 Impressionistic cultural portrait of a society on the edge. (R)
BBC Radio 4
At least five people are killed after more protests and violence in cities across Egypt.
BBC Radio 5 live
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Scotland
Undersea cables, IT training for teachers and technology projects which could change Kenya
BBC World Service
Another chance to hear the previous week's 1Xtra's Story. (R)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
1/2 John Sebastian explores the creative influence of Greenwich Village in New York.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Pat Hart, Harriet Robinson, Fin Claydon and Billy Quain with Bristol's community radio.
BBC Radio Bristol
Repeat from last Sunday: Pete Wilson meets the team organising Gloucester's Race For Men
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Sir Robin Knox-Johnston and Shelley Jory-Leigh discuss the London Olympics one year on.
BBC Radio Solent
A Syrian-American doctor returns to Syria to help victims of the sectarian violence
Y diweddaraf o'r byd ffermio gyda Dei Tomos.
Douglas Fraser travels to Royal Deeside to find out the business value of a coat of arms.
Helen Mark goes to a forest school in woodlands in Gloucestershire. (R)
Charlotte Smith takes a look at the links between agriculture and archaeology.
Gerallt Pennant yn ein deffro ar fore Sadwrn.
Mark and Euan experiment with stand-up paddling, a new way of exploring coastal waters.
Presenter Nick Servini picks over the latest GDP growth figures for the UK economy.
BBC Radio Wales
Food, countryside and agricultural issues, plus business, industry reports and new tech.
3/3 Steve Punt probes the mystery of Britain's own Bermuda Triangle, where 50 planes crashed.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Anne Marie McAleese with the people, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique.
Gardening advice, hints and tips. Call on 01245 495050 (national rate).
Tim Arthur sits in for Robert.
BBC London 94.9
Sian Williams and Richard Coles meet Charles Saumarez Smith of the Royal Academy of Arts.
The only place where you can book a regular appointment with a GP on a Saturday.
Your chance to sell your goods and buy other peoples (rules apply).
BBC Radio Guernsey
Rhaglen yn cynnwys darnau o'r archif gyda John Hardy.
Cherrie McIlwaine offers keen gardeners the latest advice, news and visits to gardens.
Linda McAuley champions the cause of consumers in Northern Ireland.
Have the Games delivered lasting economic benefits to the UK?
Join John Toal for big interviews, fascinating people and great craic.
What makes a musician join the army? Courtney Pine marches with the military to find out.
5/7 Marc Newman a' gabhail ceum air feadh Lios Luibheach Rìoghail Dhùn Èidinn. (R)
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
Can we ever reliably predict earthquakes to justify the cost of forecasting them?
Dè bh' anns na naidheachdan air a' Ghaidhealtachd o chionn 100 bliadhna? (R)
Jackie Ashley of the Guardian looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Correspondents in Albania, Brazil, Iraq, France and Tonga tell their stories.
Ruth Alexander helps you cut moving costs, whether renting or buying.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Thordis talks to the newly elected President of the RHS, Sir Nicholas Bacon.
BBC Radio Norfolk
BBQ recipe ideas from Michelin starred chef Phil Thompson, Jen Barber and Kumud Gandhi.
BBC Three Counties Radio
BBC Radio 4 LW only
Welsh World War II veterans share their experiences of the Arctic Convoy missions.
Sixty years since the Korean war ended, plus life with Joseph Kony and the start of AA
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Endellion, Cornwall. (R)
Listeners' views on whether the Church of England should be involved in money lending.
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week, presented by Jane Garvey.
The power and role of investors in business is discussed by Evan Davis and guests. (R)
Nikki Bedi presents an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy from WOMAD Festival.
1/8 Author Christopher Brookmyre chats life, loves and writing books with Barry Cryer. (R)
To celebrate his 50th birthday, 5 live tells the story of Mark Kermode's lifetime in film.
Helen Grady profiles the prize-winning scientist Professor Sir Andre Geim.
Judith Tebutt tells Dan Damon the story of how she and her husband David were kidnapped...
A look at the week's cultural highlights, including Barnum at Chichester.
An eyewitness in Cairo talks of chaotic scenes in hospital, taking in dead and injured.
2/3 That's Life, ChildLine and more - Esther Rantzen meets herself in the BBC sound archives.
A new sequence of poems by Lavinia Greenlaw, inspired by Wagner's Tristan and Isolde.
BBC Radio 3
People trafficking in Mexico and the faith in God that strengthens migrants
Reaction to Egypt killings, should Twitter do more on abuse, and what is type 1 diabetes?
Karen Leeder on a great modern masterpiece, Maria Rainer Rilke's Sonnets to Orpheus. (R)
Why are attitudes towards older people often so negative?
Which languages are broadcast in Africa and how is the decision made?
Crystals are found growing naturally all over the world, so why are we creating new ones?
Claims 100 people have died during clashes as pro-Morsi demonstrations continue in Egypt.
“I’m playing this dance with this fame and it’s like playing with a drug,it’s very deadly”
2/2 John Sebastian continues his journey through the musical history of Greenwich Village.
Sisters Lata and Asha have forged Bollywood singing careers spanning more than six decades
Sunday 28 July 2013