2/2 Final part of an exclusive documentary following the drama behind constructing Crossrail. (R)
Julian Clary pays tribute to the wit and ingenuity of comedy musical acts.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Bettany Hughes travels to Jordan to visit a groundbreaking project. (R)
BBC World News
1/2 Monty Don enjoys the spring cherry blossom festival as he explores Japanese gardens. (R)
Exploring the origins of the Cherry Blossom Celebrations in Japan. (R)
BBC World News except Latin America, North America
A look back at what's been happening around the world this week.
BBC World News Latin America, North America only
If the economic struggle for survival is over, do we now need to work out how to live?
Steve Lamacq celebrates one Liverpool's musical landmarks - a club called Eric's.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Revelations of corruption have thrust water to the front of Australia's political debate.
BBC News Channel
The story behind the 1970s Okinawan pop hit Haisai Ojisan or ‘Hey Old Man’
BBC World Service except East and Southern Africa, South Asia
Follows the twists and turns of Brexit.
Jay Rayner, self-confessed greedy pig, gets serious about porkers.
2/3 Gemma Cairney takes singer-songwriter Charlotte Church to Kutaisi in Georgia.
4/12 Steve goes fishing for an alligator gar, the largest fresh water fish in North America. (R)
Steve finds out how a tiny coral building block created Earth's largest living structure. (R)
3/10 Film about the life of the world's most famous tiger - a legendary fighter. (R)
A look back at what's been happening around the world this week. (R)
Comedian James Veitch gets a challenge from his Radio 4 producer.
BBC Radio 4
Follows the twists and turns of Brexit. (R)
7/10 Greg Davies uncovers the deepest Welsh roots anyone could wish for. (R)
BBC Two Wales, Wales HD only
A look at how the stars of Hitchcock's films found working with him. (R)
BBC Two except Wales, Wales HD
5/20 Join Rex as he goes on a caravan holiday in Wales with all his family. (R)
In 1983, Ron Grant became the first person to run 13,383 kilometres of Australian coast. (R)
BBC World Service News Internet
1/6 The summer melt of Arctic ice provides opportunities for millions of animals. (R)
Jonah Fisher reports from Kiev ahead of Ukraine's presidential election.
Cryptocurrencies have been around for 10 years, so why are many still dogged by scandal? (R)
11/20 Join Grace as she starts her first hobby. (R)
2/3 The celebrity pilgrims leave a hostel in solidarity with Heather when she senses racism. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD
This group of fighters-for-hire has been active around the world. What’s going on? (R)
The extraordinary story of Hugo Chavez's 14-year presidency.
1/4 A look at the old 'river' class yachts that are part of Strangford Lough tradition. (R)
BBC Two Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
2/3 James May explores the weird world of the microcar, created in response to austerity. (R)
Documentary following a year in the life of Emlyn, a 13-year-old sheep farmer. (R)
2/3 Gemma Cairney takes singer-songwriter Charlotte Church to Kutaisi in Georgia. (R)
Ross Harries celebrates JPR Williams’ life in rugby with those who know him best.
BBC Radio Wales
2/2 Jago Cooper reveals how the strengths of the empire became factors in its rapid demise. (R)
2/6 The dung beetle uses the sun, the moon and the Milky Way to move in the right direction. (R)
2/3 A natural history exploration of Australia’s magical coasts and islands. (R)
3/3 Will mass tourism threaten the future for the kula ring and the network it provides? (R)
The SSPCA team help some pine martens, and there is a slippery customer for vet Liam. (R)
What went wrong in flat 113 at Grenfell Tower? Katie Razzall pieces together the evidence
Brian Mullen presents music from pop to roots via trad, blues and soul.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
11/12 Joanna Jackson is busy with lambing in Lewis, and Scott Rigg at AVR operates on dogs. (R)
2/2 Beatha an dèidh an Dàrna Cogaidh. Life in the aftermath of World War Two. (R)
The extraordinary story of Hugo Chavez's 14-year presidency. (R)
Calum heads to Rubislaw Quarry in Aberdeen, which has a depth of 140 metres. (R)
A portrayal of the personal and professional life of the Scottish football legend. (R)
What makes us fawn over a puppy, but run away from rats? (R)
BBC World Service
Exploring the growing role of robots in education and elderly care in Singapore and Japan.
Jonah Fisher reports from Kiev ahead of Ukraine's presidential election. (R)