How books by Tyndale, Cranmer and Foxe defined the Reformation in England. (R)
We explore the impact that Brexit may have on the arts in London, the UK's capital (R)
BBC World Service
5/5 Professor Jeffrey Richards recalls the popular street bobby.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Bruno Tonioli and Suzy Klein unearth the stories behind the inception of West Side Story. (R)
Programming from the BBC Pashto Service (R)
بي بي سي افغانستان (پښتو خپرونه)
2/3 Alastair Sooke looks at the maverick sculptors working in the 18th and 19th centuries. (R)
2/5 Despite success as a poet, Cohen feels the need to escape to the Greek island of Hydra.
3/3 James Fox looks at the clean minimalism of the Japanese home. (R)
Reece Parkinson hears stories from young people who feel anxious about our planet.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
BBC Asian Network
BBC Radio 1
Clarke Peters continues his surprising history of black music in Europe.
BBC Radio 4
Why are some parents so opposed to children learning about same sex relationships?
Lamine anime le forum des auditeurs inconditionnels de la radio de référence avec un mot d'ordre: "You Stay Strong !".
BBC Afrique Radio
Newport screenwriter Johnny Smith tells Lynn about his latest film 'The Queen's Corgis'
BBC Radio Wales
Ymweliad â chartref yr awdur Lyn Ebenezer, ar achlysur cyhoeddi ei ganfed cyfrol.
BBC Radio Cymru
BBC Radio Cymru 2
Whale-watching in Donegal, the EU and the "end of speeding", and returning to the moon.
BBC Radio Foyle
Grant Stott has music and conversation with former single of the week artists, Fat Cops.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/5 In the Chelsea Hotel in New York, Cohen turns his talents to songwriting.
Alastair Fothergill is the producer behind some of the world's most popular nature shows
بازخوانی مثنوی معنوی مولانا جلال الدین محمد بلخی به صدای مینه بکتاش و شهباز ایرج. (R)
بی بی سی افغانستان (برنامه های دری)
John Hardy yn nyfnderoedd archif Radio Cymru'n chwilio am straeon am gantorion Cymru.
7/8 South African-born Zoe Wicomb tells Stuart Cosgrove about her five favourite books.
Stephen Rea travels to the Underworld and Sid Griffin and the Long Ryders return!
BBC Radio Ulster
Get involved in Shropshire's arts, culture and community events with inspiration you need.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Nicole Raymond presents an arts, culture and musical round-up from West Yorkshire.
BBC Radio Leeds
News and views from Leicestershire's African and Caribbean community with Sandra Pollock.
BBC Radio Leicester
Scottish artist Katie Paterson on working with scientists researching the cosmic spectrum.
3/3 Following Tomoo Hamada at work, shaping his pots and firing them in a wood-fuelled kiln. (R)
3/8 Heather Dewar visits Harris, where she draws a colour portrait of Donald Macdonald.
Cathy MacDonald explores fact behind fiction in the novel 'As the Women Lay Dreaming'. (R)
YouTuber Ahmed Zaman explores the world of social influencers and content creators.
2/4 Alice Roberts examines how the story of the Vikings has changed on TV since the 1960s. (R)
Are celebrities getting the support they need when they enter back into the real world?
Matthew Sweet meets the TV writers of The Likely Lads, Porridge and Auf Wiedersehen, Pet.
BBC Radio 3
1/9 Julie Fowlis and Muireann NicAmhlaoibh visit the Orkney Isles to meet musical friends. (R)
Fiona Stafford reveals that daffodils are awash with literary surprises, and are not Welsh
1/2 Lucy visits Venice, where Monteverdi invented modern opera with The Coronation of Poppea. (R)
A playful journey into the unconscious to discover the deep roots of surrealism. (R)
2/2 Lucy visits Paris, where two operas captured the spirit of Bohemianism that swept the city (R)
3/3 The students learn mosaic making and knitting. (R)
3/3 Alastair Sooke looks at the 20th century's mixture of innovation, scandal and creativity.
Following photographer Don McCullin, 83, on a journey in search of his nation. (R)
Career highlights from Bradley Cooper, Keira Knightley and more of Hollywood's finest. (R)
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Thursday 28 March 2019