Has Jimmy Savile's charity work been morally contaminated by revelations of child abuse?
Peter White meets disabled people who talk about motivation and their achievements to date
A look back at radio comedy in the early 1980s, with Angus Deayton and Michael Knowles.
Adil Ray talks about why his favourite character is Citizen Khan.
An Audience with Jimmy Savile is at the Park Theatre in London until 11 July 2015.
John Wilson takes a look at two of the most powerful players in British television.
Laurie Taylor takes a look at the life and work of one of Britain's broadcasting legends.
Mark Kermode doesn't review Benjamin, because he's in it.
Michael Berkeley's guest is historian Bettany Hughes.
Bob Mortimer talks to his comedy double act partner Vic Reeves.
The actor shares his passion for the Cassini mission which studied Saturn and its moons.
The actor recalls reciting Lollingdon Downs for Patrick Moore shortly before his death.
Garden designer Chris Beardshaw creates and curates the festival of his imagination.
Mark Coles profiles the broadcaster Chris Evans.
Nature broadcaster Chris Packham goes back to 1662 to witness the extinction of the dodo.
Chris Packham, host of BBC Springwatch, selects favourite episodes from Tweet of the Day.
Mark Lawson talks to Jo Brand.
Thom Tuck investigates 'Wifi Wars', a comedy show where mobile phones are encouraged.
Mary Portas: On Style - the new Radio 4 series where style meets substance.
Comedian David Walliams pays tribute to his friend the television presenter Dale Winton
Eddie Mair and Robert Peston interview Eddie's second surprise guest, Denis Norden.
Jonathan Dimbleby tells the story of his legendary broadcaster father, Richard Dimbleby.
Emma Freud talks to New York Times journalist Rukmini Callimachi about her reports on IS.
Emma Freud talks to Christina Lamb about the reality of being a foreign correspondent.
Emma Freud talks to Emily Maitlis about the reality of being a news journalist.
Mark Lawson returns to Leeds, 25 years on.
Isy Suttie and Arthur Smith are joined by Joe Lycett on stage at the 2014 festival.
Mark Coles profiles Esther McVey, the minister defending universal credit.
Eddie Mair surprises Robert Peston with his first guest - Esther Rantzen.
Broadcaster Esther Rantzen meets her younger self via the BBC Archives.