Gyles Brandreth chooses I Remember It Well and Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Pete visits Brockworth House which specialises in dementia and cares for 52 residents. (R)
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the woman behind BBC drama Killing Eve is profiled by Mark Coles. (R)
BBC Radio 4
The Soweto Uprisings and the story behind South Africa’s most iconic photo (R)
BBC World Service
Fi Glover with two pensioners who still love riding the twists, turns and trick tracks. (R)
Victoria Wood's castaway choices, from The Doobie Brothers to Tom Waits.
Kirsty Young interviews Henry Marsh, neurosurgeon and writer.
Pete Wilson goes back in time to East Dean Grammar School.
Another chance to hear Aled in conversation with actor and writer Arabella Weir.
BBC Radio Wales
Colum meets pantomime lover Geraldine McCullagh and craft enthusiast Jeannie Hunter.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
The impact of sudden death or suicide on those left behind.
Enjoy Roy's choir of the week Morriston Orpheus and songs from the 40s , 50s and beyond
3/3 There is a surprise in store at Mike Williams's Llangefni shop. (R)
BBC Two Wales
Peter Allen and Chloe Tilley meet hurdler Ed Moses. Plus Good Week Bad Week.
BBC Radio 5 live
Andrea Catherwood on a comedy writer, an athlete, a wildlife expert and an actress. (R)
Ten years on from his death at 51 years old, Tommy Burns’ family look back on his life. (R)
Operation Market Garden, Brazil's nuclear accident, the Battle of Algiers and Cuban spies
BBC World Service except East and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa
How Roger Bannister ran a mile in under four minutes and boosted Britain's morale. (R)
3/4 Jess needs to find a new job or risk not being able to do what she loves. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland, Wales
BBC World Service East and Southern Africa, West and Central Africa only
Two women fighting for freedom of choice in Saudi Arabia and Iran
BBC World Service except Australasia, East and Southern Africa, East Asia, South Asia
BBC World Service East Asia, South Asia only
BBC World Service Australasia