3/2 Why do we need to send people to explore Mars – and who is likely to take them there?
BBC World Service
When computers compose music what's left for the musicians?
Latest from the region's rivers and reservoirs with Railton Howes.
Adam Walton discusses the legacy of Neil Armstrong and the future of manned spaceflight.
BBC Radio Wales
Anna Hill visits the drought-stricken heartland of the American Mid-West.
BBC Radio 4
Rachael Garside visits the international sheepdog championships in the Vale of Glamorgan.
3/5 Ben Silburn climbs on a red blood cell on its journey from the heart and around the body.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
BBC Somerset's weekly look at rural news, countryside issues, wildlife and local events.
Jim Al-Khalili meets Antarctic scientist Lloyd Peck and discovers giant sea spiders.
Out of Doors focuses on women in the outdoors. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland except MW
2/4 Poet Paul Henry looks at how Felix Mendelssohn was inspired by a journey to Wales. (R)
Answering questions from everyday chemistry to quantum physics.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
BBC Radio Norfolk
BBC Radio Northampton
BBC Radio Suffolk
BBC Three Counties Radio
Christine Finn examines the life and work of fellow archaeologist Jacquetta Hawkes.
BBC Radio 3
Is the fabled Italian family in terminal decline? Laurie Taylor discusses the crisis.
ENCODE announce that 80% of the human genome is functional
Monday 10 September 2012