4/6 John Cooper Clarke explores Thomas de Quincey's addiction memoir. (R)
Discussion of books by John Meade Falkner, Laurie Graham and Nella Last.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/3 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the interstitial America of small towns and trailer parks. (R)
Programming from the BBC Pashto Service (R)
بي بي سي افغانستان (پښتو خپرونه)
The tale of an unexpected encounter between 20th century legends - in a Miami gym in 1964.
The untold story of the real Dr Zhivago - Boris Pasternak. (R)
1/5 An early loss for the passionate poet-turned-musician.
Bettany Hughes explores the long and fascinating history of the god Mars. (R)
Talk, chat and debate from 1Xtra
BBC Radio 1Xtra
BBC Asian Network
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
BBC World Service Americas and the Caribbean, Australasia, East Asia, South Asia only
We explore the impact that Brexit may have on the arts in London, the UK's capital (R)
BBC World Service
Has your opinion on Brexit changed?
Bettany Hughes travels to Jordan to visit a groundbreaking project. (R)
BBC World News
Nikki Thomson from Carmarthen tells Lynn about how Wales Air Ambulance helped her son
BBC Radio Wales
حوارات مع شخصيات مؤثرة تحكي عن تفاصيل أحداث هامة كانت طرفا فيها وشكلت جزءا من تاريخ المنطقة
إذاعة بي بي سي عربي
New York tattoo artist Evan Kim is tasked with a challenging brief. Can he pull it off? (R)
BBC World Service except West and Central Africa
برنامج أسبوعي مدته 24 دقيقة يعني بواقع الفكر والثقافة في العالم العربي ويركز على الوجه الإنساني لثقافة المجتمعات العربية سواء (R)
Three big roads stories for the north west, a cycling journey, and Apple's TV plans.
BBC Radio Foyle
Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Samantha Womack, Taylor Jenkins Reid and Sara Sheridan.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/5 Despite success as a poet, Cohen feels the need to escape to the Greek island of Hydra.
Nicola Walker and Sarah Ann Kennedy discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.
BBC Radio 4
5/5 Professor Jeffrey Richards recalls the popular street bobby.
We look back at the enigmatic Scott Walker + Ayelet Gundar-Goshen on her new book 'Liar'.
BBC Radio Ulster
BBC World Service Australasia
A history of classical music in ten minutes with pianist Jeremy Denk.
2/3 On the island of Amami Oshima we follow the elaborate production of a Japanese kimono. (R)
3/3 James Fox looks at the clean minimalism of the Japanese home. (R)
BBC World Service East and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa only
Manara's in for Mobeen and discusses whether Islamophobia is worse today than ever before.
Philip Dodd explores the idea of betrayal.
BBC Radio 3
Fiona Stafford studies orchids, the largest flowering plant family, and a UK favourite.
Following photographer Don McCullin, 83, on a journey in search of his nation. (R)
BBC World Service except East and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa
How books by Tyndale, Cranmer and Foxe defined the Reformation in England. (R)
Bruno Tonioli and Suzy Klein unearth the stories behind the inception of West Side Story. (R)
2/3 Alastair Sooke looks at the maverick sculptors working in the 18th and 19th centuries. (R)
Reece Parkinson hears stories from young people who feel anxious about our planet.
BBC Radio 1
Wednesday 27 March 2019