Documentary following a group of Eastern Europeans coming to the UK to work as cab drivers
Sitcom about an airline for whom no job is too small but many, many jobs are too difficult
Love stories from the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb with Cathy FitzGerald.
Ian Peacock tracks the rising popularity of geocaching.
Miles Warde tells the inside story of the closure of Cadbury's Somerdale factory
Miles Warde reports on one of the biggest corporate takeovers in UK history
Hardeep Singh Kohli explores what the song 'Caledonia' means to Scottish people.
From spaghettification to uncertainty, Lynne Truss unpicks puzzling scientific language.
Andy Parfitt tells the story of the Californian music scene of the 1960s and early 1970s
Jonathan Powell interviews key advisers to American presidents and British prime ministers
Zubeida Malik meets young British Arabs who took part in the Arab uprisings.
Listeners air their views on consumer news and issues
Bettany Hughes presents a series of discussions tracing the development of feminist ideas
Dominic Arkwright talks to people who have taken or made life-changing phone calls
Michael White recalls the last time a Labour PM took over from his predecessor in mid-term
Hugh Sykes visits the site of the world's largest earth satellite station.
Ed Byrne finds out if that notorious institution, the student union bar, has had its day.
French businessman PY Gerbeau examines our cultural obsession with drinking to excess.
The story of Hello Peace, a phone line between Israelis and Palestinians.
Phill Jupitus celebrates the Calvin and Hobbes comic strip.
Camels remain at the heart of Arabic culture. Tessa McGregor joins an Omani caravan.
Trevor Cox asks whether computers can ever be truly creative.
Kim Fletcher asks whether it is too soon to write the obituary of the newspaper
Danny Finkelstein explores the factors affecting pay levels in the UK
Anita Anand investigates a new system designed to work out who is and isn't fit for work.
Chris Bowlby finds out about the 'refuseniks' to the so-called 'digital revolution'.
Comedy that mixes stand-up with re-enacted scenes from comedian Nathan Caton's family life
Shaun Ley examines the motivations of aspiring MPs; is a new type of candidate emerging?
Winifred Robinson tracks the movement of cannabis, from grower to consumer
Series uncovering the powerful relationship between the UK's financial and legal systems
Michael Portillo weighs up the costs and benefits of global capitalism
Peter White explores the story of the 1,700 applicants for 8 jobs at a branch of Costa
In a coma, Rose has visions about a former Australian rough-riding champion
The story of the English schoolchildren who were captured by pirates off the China coast.
Mark Lawson tells the story of the rise of American writing in the 20th century
Alex Butterworth meets the police team protecting Italy's priceless culture.
Mark Gregory investigates the UN's scheme for reducing emissions of global warming gases.
Christina Patterson explores why nursing sometimes goes wrong and what can put it right.
Cariad Lloyd stars in a character-driven sketch show.
Benjamin Zephaniah uncovers the passion, mind games and intrigue of competitive dominoes.
Julie Fernandez explores the complex relationship between disabled child and parent carer.
The story of a British musical institution that took grand opera to the provinces.
Anne Fine examines the Carnegie Medal, the prestigious children's literature prize.
Andrew Hussey explores the cultural renaissance affecting Morocco's largest city.
Medical programme exploring a different topic each week
Dr Mark Porter explores tropical diseases.
Comedy drama series by Lynne Truss set in 1950s Brighton
Clive Coleman tells the stories of little-known but influential legal cases
Nick Robinson looks at the tricky relationship between political parties and fund-raising.
Hie ye to The Castle,a rollicking sitcom set way back then with James Fleet & Neil Dudgeon
Chris Watson's evocative and powerful soundscape of Dunstanburgh Castle in Northumberland.
Series of short stories by the American author Shirley Jackson
Sarah Hall explores the popular sci-fi motif of an all-women society surviving without men
Penny Marshall investigates cancer care in the UK
Edward Stourton examines the history of the relationship between Catholics and Jews
Our cinematic heritage is literally rotting away. Critic Matthew Sweet reports.
Jeremy Summerly traces the origins and traditions of the Christmas carol in Britain
Five illustrated talks by different writers exploring the cave as a theme
Comedy series by Jim Poyser
Elizabeth Jane Howard's saga follows three generations of the Cazalet family over 10 years
Commentary on the semis of the CB40 competition, with Kevin Howells and Charles Dagnall.
A service of celebration from the church of St Giles Cripplegate in the Barbican, London.
A celebration from St Martin in the Fields in London. Preacher is Rev Dr Giles Fraser.
Live service from St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, with music from Vivaldi's Gloria.
The Archbishop of Canterbury preaches at a service from St Martin-in-the-Fields, London.
From St Sepulchre's Church London, featuring music by John Rutter and Imogen Holst.
From St Martin-in-the-Fields with the Lord Bishop of Norwich, the Rt Rev Graham James.
From St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, with Fr Timothy Radcliffe.
Greta Scacchi explores celebrity activism: is it good, bad, or perhaps just inevitable?
Anna Chen presents a tribute to Hollywood's first Chinese-American star, Anna May Wong.
Miranda Sawyer explores the impact of the Beatles' movies on popular film and culture.
Professor Carl Chinn visits community centres reflecting Birmingham's ethnic diversity
Nicholas Witchell sets the scene in Whitehall as the nation remembers.
Nicholas Witchell is the commentator at the Ceremony of Remembrance at the Cenotaph.
Series of monologues by Lynn Truss
Cerys Matthews indulges her passion for the seminal British Blues record label.
Series in which public figures choose others to interview
Stephen Fry presents a special tribute to Humphrey Lyttelton.
The crime writer Val McDermid on how boarding school novels inspired her to be a writer.
Sheila McClennon reports on a radical educational experiment in a Manchester school.
Matthew Sweet asks if Citizen Kane should again be voted the greatest film ever.
Following the barristers, clerks and staff of one of London's leading law chambers
Artist Andrew Shoben explores a controversial idea to 'rotate or retire' public artworks.
Christopher Gabbitas explores the effects on singers of changing the pitch of their voice.
Margaret Heffernan meets some of the most successful businesswomen in Britain.
Exploring the vast archive of Chaplin's unfinished scripts, letters and press cuttings
Fiona Lindsay asks leading crime writers why they kill off their detectives.
Classic 1950s science-fiction, set in the far-flung future of the late 20th century
A revealing insight into Charles Hawtrey, one of Britain's most memorable comedy actors.
Bill Nighy stars as actor cum amateur sleuth Charles Paris