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 infamous Observatory Affair nearly finishes Mitterrand's political career. (R)
BBC Radio 4
How decisions noted by Ebenezer Morley in 1863 allowed football to become so successful
BBC World Service
Geneva talks 'best chance' for Syria says US Secretary of State, John Kerry.
BBC Radio 5 live
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
BBC Radio Scotland joins BBC Radio 5 live.
BBC Radio Scotland
The important relationship between microbes that live in our gut and our health
“Our flock…was being threatened by wolves” - Archbishop Dieudonne Nzapalainga
Clive Anderson is joined by Bill Bailey, Michael Grade, Colman Domingo and Josie Long.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
News and insight from the business world.
All the news, travel, sport and weather you need to know to start your day.
Felicity Evans investigates internet Christmas shopping and the average Welsh high street.
BBC Radio Wales
Should England follow Wales's lead and clamp down on the problem of fly-grazing?
Martin Hughes-Games presents the tree sparrow.
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
William Hague says it would be a 'grave error' not to seek a nuclear agreement with Iran.
BBC Radio 4 LW only
Will the 80% rise in the minimum wage really help Bangladesh's poor?
Kaye Adams asks whether Amazon's staff are working too hard.
Nicky Campbell takes your calls on the day's big story.
Women now have more sexual partners than they used to and are charity shops too smelly?
BBC London 94.9
2/3 Jonathan Glancey finds out how we lost the art of designing beautiful places.
Nick asks whether council houses should be means tested.
BBC Radio Norfolk
Have your say on the day's top stories. Call 01743 248321 (national rate).
BBC Radio Shropshire
Breaking news and hard-hitting talk about the big stories of the day.
Taisbeanaidhean aig Taigh-tasgaidh a Hunterian ann an Glaschu.
BBC Radio Nan Gaidheal
4/5 Hardeep Singh Kohli hopes to learn 15 new things about 'jam'. (R)
2/5 In the late 1930s, as a student in Paris, Mitterrand had some difficult choices to make.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Young girls in some areas of the UK are exchanging sexual favours for takeaway food.
Director of public prosecutions Alison Saunders on women and the law. With Jane Garvey.
BBC Radio Scotland Highlands and Islands only
Conflict between people and wildlife is increasing, what are the solutions?
The CPS says it will bring charges against a police officer over the 'Plebgate' affair.
Pete Paphides and Patrick Humphries on ‘Top of The Pops’ and The Delegators perform live.
Winifred Robinson asks if a degree is still the best way to kick-start a successful career
Health, heart and money issues explored with Anna and a whole lot more.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
The siblings still seeking answers after their sister died in the Birmingham pub bombings
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
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
Trax youth project £40,000 bid and expert advice from family solicitor Claire Colbert.
BBC Radio Oxford
Moira NicIllEathain a' coimhead ri tinneas-cridhe le dotair agus cuid air na bhuail e.
Edi Stark talks to Ailsa McKay, professor of economics at Glasgow Caledonian University.
Andrew Dilnot asks how our long-working-hours culture compares with the past.
janice talks to Jim Kerr of Simple Minds and actors Claire Sweeney and John Thomson.
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
12/30 The two 18th century philosophers, whose child-rearing ideas are influential to this day.
Straeon hwn a'r llall a rhoi'r byd yn ei le yng nghwmni John Hardy.
4/7 Annie Gray, Rachel McCormack, Tim Hayward and Tim Anderson join Jay Rayner's panel.
Ben brings you surprising stories from Leicestershire and Rutland with the news after 5pm.
BBC Radio Leicester
The daily drama of money and work from the BBC.
BBC Radio Scotland MW only
3/4 The year of the outbreak of WWI also saw the birth of a new dance in New York, the foxtrot
A drivetime mix of news, sport, music and travel to take you home.
BBC Radio Merseyside
Harriett Gilbert talks to playwright Mark Ravenhill and DJ Nihal Arthanayake about books.
Seamus McKee has local, national and international news plus sport, traffic and weather.
Local news and weather, what's on, fish report and jobspot.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Shetland only
The Scottish government releases its plan for independence but can it work?
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 presents a history of industrial Wales in four objects.
Stories, discussion, news and more, presented by Tomaí Ó Conghaile.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including an interview with comedian Russell Brand.
As the Scottish government releases its plan for independence, we ask: can it work?
Can we predict the next deadly pandemic? Alok Jha investigates.
The digital humanitarian workers making sense of crisis information to help relief effort
Peter White talks to RNIB's Neil Heslop about new changes to the Talking Books service.
Professors Sophie Scott and Irene Tracey examine 25 years of understanding the brain.
Taisbeanaidhean aig Taigh-tasgaidh a Hunterian ann an Glaschu. (R)
2/3 Jonathan Glancey finds out how we lost the art of designing beautiful places. (R)
Michael Grade celebrates 1963 with special guests at London's Riverside Studios.
BBC Radio 2
Philip Dodd discusses Orwell, artists working in glass, and Stoicism Week.
BBC Radio 3
Conor Bradford presents highlights of the day's proceedings.
2/20 Professor Robert Gleave discusses Ali b.Abi Talib and the origins of Shia Islam.
2/6 A witty, irreverent and unashamedly rational look at the science of perception.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
2/5 In the late 1930s, as a student in Paris, Mitterrand had some difficult choices to make. (R)
Management consultant Joe Pine on mass customisation and what customers really want
The Scottish government outlines its vision to convince people to vote for independence.
Wednesday 27 November 2013