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)
7/8 South African-born Zoe Wicomb tells Stuart Cosgrove about her five favourite books.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
3/3 The students learn mosaic making and knitting. (R)
Programming from the BBC Pashto Service (R)
بي بي سي افغانستان (پښتو خپرونه)
3/3 Alastair Sooke looks at the 20th century's mixture of innovation, scandal and creativity.
3/5 In the Chelsea Hotel in New York, Cohen turns his talents to songwriting.
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)
Red Button One
برنامج أسبوعي مدته 24 دقيقة يعني بواقع الفكر والثقافة في العالم العربي ويركز على الوجه الإنساني لثقافة المجتمعات العربية سواء (R)
إذاعة بي بي سي عربي
Exploring the life and legacy of France’s revolutionary emperor
BBC World Service
What do you think about Theresa May's offer to quit as PM if her Brexit deal is approved?
BBC Asian Network
Motown The Musical cast tell Wynne Evans about the most important musical revolution
BBC Radio Wales
Karen Owen yn sgwrsio â phobl am yr amryddawn Elis Gwyn.
BBC Radio Cymru
BBC Radio Cymru 2
حوارات مع شخصيات مؤثرة تحكي عن تفاصيل أحداث هامة كانت طرفا فيها وشكلت جزءا من تاريخ المنطقة (R)
Speed bumps proposed to deter drivers, a Forgotten WII Fighter, and Ole at the wheel.
BBC Radio Foyle
Film review day, including Dumbo, At Eternity's Gate and The Vanishing.
BBC Radio Scotland
4/5 Disaster threatens Cohen's first European tour, but in Buddhism he finds spiritual solace.
Siri Hustvedt discusses her new novel Memories of the Future (R)
BBC Radio 4
Actor, writer and director Jessica Hynes discusses Satyajit Ray's The World of Apu.
Richard Ridings - AKA Peppa Pig's dad - talks about the show's new Festival of Fun.
BBC Radio Ulster
Get involved in Shropshire's arts, culture and community events with inspiration you need.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Meeting the woman bringing the story of Diana Dors back to her hometown stage in Swindon.
From the centre of UK's City of Culture for 2021, find out what's on and keep up-to-date.
BBC Coventry & Warwickshire
Tash Aw on his latest novel We the Survivors. Plus the ethics of arts sponsorship.
Exploring the treasures of the Johnston Collection in Wick. (R)
A look at British sitcom and the social and political context from which the best grew. (R)
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough on the renewal of myth, folk and fairy in modern writing.
BBC Radio 3
Is knife crime always gang related, or is it prominent elsewhere?
Fiona Stafford explores why Lavender is now more popular than ever after 2000 years.
Janina Ramirez and Alastair Sooke reveal Lisbon's fascinating history. (R)
Exploring the life and legacy of France’s revolutionary emperor (R)
Mark Radcliffe looks at why bands break up and the secrets of those that stay together. (R)
Crissie Rhodes and Ben Earle of The Shires pick their ultimate country playlist. (R)
Friday 29 March 2019