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
Author Irvine Welsh tells Dotun about his plans for American television.
BBC Radio 5 live
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
BBC Radio 4
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Scotland
The role of the state in bringing new goods and services to market
BBC World Service
Another chance to hear the previous week's 1Xtra's Story. (R)
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Pat Hart, Harriet Robinson, Fin Claydon and Billy Quain with Bristol's community radio.
BBC Radio Bristol
Repeat from last Sunday: Pete Wilson explores the characters making Gloucestershire great.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Both tourists and refugees in the US are feeling the impact of the government shutdown
Y diweddaraf o'r byd ffermio gyda Dei Tomos.
Douglas Fraser looks back on the financial earthquakes of 2008.
3/6 Clare Balding walks around the city of Durham with Maggie and Keith Bell. (R)
Charlotte Smith meets a farmer who took a risk and expanded his business. Did it pay off?
Gerallt Pennant yn ein deffro ar fore Sadwrn.
Should the public know more about how red deer are managed in Scotland?
Food, countryside and agricultural issues, plus business, industry reports and new tech.
The head of Visit Wales talks about the future of the tourism industry.
BBC Radio Wales
Shaun Wallace visits his local library to see how the Dewey Decimal System works.
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).
Veteran jouralist Kate Adie and Robert Opie on 'In Search of Our Throwaway History'.
BBC London 94.9
Richard Coles and Anita Anand with guest Richard Osman.
Frankie Howerd's agent Tessa Le Bar talks to Peter Reed about the comedian's radio career.
Plus We also find out why sugar is the new 'enemy' food!
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.
How much does debt matter?
Join John Toal for big interviews, fascinating people and great craic.
Marc Wringe agus dithis aoighean a' beachdachadh air Heartbreak Hotel le Deborah Moggach. (R)
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
2/2 Hear the world's cities through the ears of BBC presenter and blind traveller, Peter White
What does fracking involve and what impact does it have on the environment?
Dè bh' anns na naidheachdan air a' Ghaidhealtachd o chionn 100 bliadhna? (R)
Bridget Kendall and guests explore the shadowy world of tracking and surveillance.
Analysis, colour and wit from Brazil, the Seychelles, Lebanon, France and Greece.
Why some E.on customers can no longer StayWarm. Personal finance news with Paul Lewis.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Thordis and her gardeners talk apples and enjoy the Aylsham Festival.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Chef Adam Whitlock and food writers Anne Harnan and James Winter cook up 9 recipes
BBC Three Counties Radio
BBC Radio 4 LW only
Tom Service discusses Verdi's reputation and influence since his death in 1901.
BBC Radio 3
Israel's nuclear whistle-blower; Mao's American comrade; and Betty Ford gets sober
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Ilkley in West Yorkshire. (R)
1/4 Peter Jackson features the West Indian cricketers who have graced the Glamorgan pavilion.
Protecting vulnerable children and getting the long-term unemployed back to work.
John Kirkpatrick explores the newly digitised archive of England's rich folk song heritage (R)
Matthew Sweet explores film scores inspired by our relationship with the sea.
Highlights from the WH week, including Sheila Hancock on her role in Barking in Essex.
The money-making world of big data is discussed by Evan Davis and guests. (R)
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Mark Coles presents a profile of Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre.
Irvine Welsh's novel Filth comes to the big screen starring James McAvoy.
NHS workers have their say on plans to scrap an expected one per cent pay rise.
Fintan O'Toole looks back at the reputations of WB Yeats and Seamus Heaney.
Desmond Tutu's successor talks about education, apartheid, gun running, and homosexuality
Topical debate with Stephen Nolan.
1/4 Considering what we value: wealth, health, liberty and happiness.
Clive Anderson and guests ask if 'instant justice' is undermining our legal system. (R)
Tom Sutcliffe chairs, as Northern Ireland take on the South of England. (R)
Roger McGough presents a selection of listeners' requests for poems by Charles Causley. (R)
Burial is a practice that’s been carried out for centuries – but why do we do it?
Drama producer Marion Nancarrow offers her tips for new writers
Are we too obsessed with metrics and are we measuring the right values?
US special forces mount two separate raids in Africa against Islamist militants.
Elton John - 'Why I’m going to perform in Russia, despite the anti-gay laws.'
Explorations in the world of science.
Sunday 6 October 2013