This candid biography explores the life of David Cassidy, the 70s pop idol and TV star. (R)
Tom Brook presents highlights from this year's South by Southwest Film Festival. (R)
BBC World News Latin America, North America only
حوارات مع شخصيات مؤثرة تحكي عن تفاصيل أحداث هامة كانت طرفا فيها وشكلت جزءا من تاريخ المنطقة (R)
إذاعة بي بي سي عربي
Programming from the BBC Pashto Service
بي بي سي افغانستان (پښتو خپرونه)
Looking back at six decades of the prestigious literary prize. (R)
Bettany Hughes travels to Jordan to visit a groundbreaking project. (R)
The story of the struggle to make programmes for children in the pre-digital days. (R)
Daljit Nagra selects Rites of Passage – Baby Remembrance. Presented by Ian McMillan.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The tale of an unexpected encounter between 20th century legends - in a Miami gym in 1964.
Tom Sutcliffe with Karl Ove Knausgaard, Fiona MacCarthy, Tamsin Wimhurst and Alison Brown.
BBC Radio 4
برنامج أسبوعي مدته 24 دقيقة يعني بواقع الفكر والثقافة في العالم العربي ويركز على الوجه الإنساني لثقافة المجتمعات العربية سواء (R)
Is there any point in buying gold anymore?
BBC Asian Network
Lynn Bowles sits in for Wynne and talks to Welsh learner and vlogger, E'zzati Ariffin.
BBC Radio Wales
Programming from the BBC Pashto Service (R)
Licencing laws for The Open, 75 years since The Great Escape, and the secrets of pigeons.
BBC Radio Foyle
Bonnie Tyler talks about her 50 years in the music business.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/5 An early loss for the passionate poet-turned-musician.
Amber Butchart talks to embroidery artists about their complex, political, dynamic artwork
Discussion of books by John Meade Falkner, Laurie Graham and Nella Last.
A down-to-earth look at all that's arty in Cumbria.
BBC Radio Cumbria
At Eternity's Gate, Matthew Herbert's Brexit Big Band, Van Gogh and Britain, Scott Walker.
A look at some of the unsung heroes of Scottish cinema. (R)
1/3 A family of Samurai sword makers continue a 230-year-old tradition. (R)
Bettany Hughes explores the long and fascinating history of the god Mars.
Tom Sutcliffe with Karl Ove Knausgaard, Fiona MacCarthy, Tamsin Wimhurst and Alison Brown. (R)
1/9 Julie Fowlis and Muireann NicAmhlaoibh visit the Orkney Isles to meet musical friends. (R)
The story of how Soviet ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev defected to the West in 1961. (R)
Preeya sits in for Mobeen and talks about when enough is enough in relationships.
Music Matters marks the beginning of spring. (R)
BBC Radio 3
Dùsgadh "His Bloody Project" sa Chomraich. How Applecross inspired "His Bloody Project". (R)
Bluebells are a British icon, voted our favourite flower but now a besieged Brexit symbol.
7ft-tall drag queen Gingzilla creates an Edinburgh-inspired look for £50.
A feisty but isolated young girl finds a dead body.
6/7 Mark Mackenzie discusses Inverness's challenging and exciting dance music scene.
5/7 Pale Waves perform their track Eighteen in front of a sold-out Glasgow crowd at SWG3. (R)
4/6 John Cooper Clarke explores Thomas de Quincey's addiction memoir. (R)
3/3 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the interstitial America of small towns and trailer parks. (R)
The untold story of the real Dr Zhivago - Boris Pasternak. (R)
Bettany Hughes explores the long and fascinating history of the god Mars. (R)
Talk, chat and debate from 1Xtra
BBC Radio 1Xtra
New York tattoo artist Evan Kim is tasked with a challenging brief. Can he pull it off?
BBC World Service Europe and the Middle East, UK DAB/Freeview, West and Central Africa only
Tuesday 26 March 2019