News, views and features on today's stories in Parliament
In-depth reporting, intelligent analysis and major breaking news from a global perspective
A contemporary drama in a rural setting.
Reflections from a faith perspective on issues and people in the news.
Aleks Krotoski explores the digital world
Capturing the nation in conversation, in partnership with the British Library.
Investigating every aspect of the food we eat
The week's events in Ambridge
John Wilson speaks to leading figures from the world of art and culture to hear about the formative influences and inspirations that fired their creative imagination.
Radio 4's weekly assessment of developments at Westminster
Jay Rayner hosts a culinary panel show packed full of tasty titbits that might change the way we think about food, cooking and eating. An expert panel answers audience questions.
A paranormal cold case, re-investigated through a thrilling blend of drama and documentary. The true story of one of Britain's strangest hauntings, with Dafne Keen and Toby Jones. Presented by Danny Robins.
Evan Davis hosts the business conversation show with people at the top giving insight into what matters
David Aaronovitch and a panel of experts and insiders presents in-depth explainers on big issues in the news
Science sleuths Dr Adam Rutherford and Dr Hannah Fry investigate everyday mysteries sent by listeners.
Social media, anti-social media, breaking news, faking news: this is the programme about a revolution in media.
Hosted by Paris Lees, this science and storytelling podcast tells two stories that feel opposing. As the stories unfold, we’ll come to reflect on why we behave the way we do.
New research on how society works
Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks to leading scientists about their life and work, finding out what inspires and motivates them and asking what their discoveries might do for us in the future
Grace Dent presents a series documenting the untold dramas of 21st-century Britain.
Comedic quiz hosted by Richard Osman posing one question - do you know how old people are? Three guests battle to prove they're the best at working out ages.
The latest releases, the hottest stars and the leading directors, plus news and insights from the film world
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage is a former probation officer, DJ and poet celebrated for his witty and profound take on modern life. He writes in the shed in his garden, and in this podcast he invites guests to join him to talk about poetry, creativity, music, art, sheds, sherry and the countryside.
The UK’s favourite fitness coach is back with series two of his podcast. Joe will be speaking to inspirational friends and some of his favourite people to ask them what's the secret to keeping themselves feeling mentally and physically strong in the face of life’s little challenges. It might be going for a new personal best on the running machine, or cosying up with a good book; every guest will share something that works for them in the hope it might inspire you to try something new. This is sunshine in a podcast. Joe Wicks is here for you, and he won’t stop until you’re feeling fit and happy.
A twisted comedy treat. Jon Holmes brings you the week's biggest stories like you've never heard them before. The news remixed. Welcome to The Skewer. Headphones on. The multi-award winning, 'dizzying, dazzling, haunting and moving' satirical comedy returns to twist itself into these turbulent times. With contributions from brand new and diverse audio talent, The Skewer is the sound the abyss makes as it stares back at you through your ears. 'A kind of concept album made of music and news. There's simply nothing else like it.' AWARDS New York Festival 2020 Audio Production Awards 2020 British Podcast Awards 2020 Audio Production Awards 2019 (Sound Design) Audio Production Awards 2020 An Unusual production for BBC Radio 4
Jonathan Freedland presents the series in which stories from the past are compared with current events.
Four people. One topic. No filter. Tricky is a safe space where important conversations happen with no fear of cancellation - nothing is off limits and no one goes unheard.
An investigation into the scandal that some are calling the largest miscarriage of justice in UK legal history. It's the story of how the Post Office systematically prosecuted honest people, and how a small band of victims fought back in the face of impossible odds. The series was first broadcast in 2020 – the podcast episodes available now contain additional material.
It was the biggest bank heist in British and Irish criminal history. Belfast writer Glenn Patterson has unfinished business with the 2004 Northern Bank robbery.
Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince.
Kamal Ahmed and Rohan Silva lift the lid on the realities of starting your own business, as leading entrepreneurs reveal their stories of risk, ambition and failure.
Twenty-five years on from the largest domestic terror incident in American history, journalist Leah Sottile investigates the legacy of the Oklahoma City Bombing.
Significant international thinkers deliver the BBC's flagship annual lecture series
A multi-award-winning conspiracy thriller, written by Matthew Broughton.
Former Blue Peter presenter Tim Vincent hosts a new comedy discussion series about being a dad in the 21st century, featuring regular panellists Russell Kane and Mick Ferry.
In the search for wellness, how far would you go? Nicole Daedone, the charismatic co-founder of wellness company One Taste believed that orgasm would one day sit alongside yoga and meditation as the self-care practice for the modern empowered women. Except that now the FBI is making enquiries in to One Taste over allegations including sex trafficking, prostitution and violations of labour law. How did Orgasmic Meditation go from hippy beginnings to a sleek, million-dollar operation? How did this wellness practise – touted as the next big thing everywhere from Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop to the New York Times – lead to isolation, debt and abuse? Why is women’s health and pain still not taken seriously by conventional medicine? The Orgasm Cult is a story about people desperate for connection and how far they would go to find it. Join Nastaran Tavakoli-Far as she investigates One Taste through exclusive interviews with former employees and asks big questions about the wellness industry.
An investigation into witchcraft, the occult and secret government operations. From H.P. Lovecraft.
When strange music makes a girl vanish, a detective and her daughter uncover a terrifying force. Thriller starring Tamzin Outhwaite. Soundtrack by Bat For Lashes’ Natasha Khan.
Step inside Mehreen Baig’s virtual staffroom to hear what the UK’s teachers really think. As the new term begins amid a global pandemic, we get the uncensored views of what it’s really like behind the school gates from the people who spend more time with our children than we do.
Recordings with frontline staff at Bradford Royal Infirmary, taking you behind the scenes on the wards as they plan for the onset of COVID-19 and then cope as the patients arrive.
From kombucha to collagen, activated charcoal to sports tape, Greg Foot is on a mission to bust the marketing BS, looking for the facts behind the fads and to challenge a product’s bold claims with scientific evidence. Joined by leading experts and friends from the world of podcasting and social media, Greg investigates the latest crazes to hit the high street to work out if these wonder products really are the best thing since sliced bread. (all subject to updates)
Stanley Tucci imagines the story of modern California as a movie screenplay, tracing the dramatic history of the state from Hollywood to Silicon Valley.
A gripping drama exploring the psychological impact of murder on a victim's family and on the killer
Capitalism is the hidden economic wiring which puts money and markets at the centre of our lives. This collection of programmes includes David Grossman’s story of the explosive growth of modern capitalist power told in 10 parts - The New Age of Capitalism - plus many others.
Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel examines the thinking behind a current controversy.
Musicians talk about their life and work.
Weekly podcast in which five stories of birds and birdsong are told by the people inspired by them.
Discover birds through their songs and calls. Each Tweet of the Day begins with a call or song, followed by a story of fascinating ornithology inspired by the sound.
Series exploring the lives of two people in their late 40s who sleep rough in London's Spitalfields.
Comedian Tez Ilyas presents a stand-up show about life as a British Muslim.
A post-IVF exploration into the alternative ways to become parents.
Becky Milligan tells the story of how one woman, in her sixties, discovered a secret which lay beneath the ground of an old Mother and Baby Home in the west of Ireland. Standing up to the state, church and local opposition, she doggedly went on until she found out the truth. It is a moving and shocking story which sparked headlines around the world.
Eddie Mair speaks at length to people with interesting things to say, for Radio 4's PM.
The award winning podcast. A family is being shattered; can a new one be created? A UK adoption through the eyes of those affected. Lives being changed forever.
Short story series by Jon McGregor set in the Peak District.
Lessons in creative writing from a ghostly array of great novelists, poets and playwrights such as Ted Hughes, W.B. Yeats and Allen Ginsberg. Presented and produced by Cathy FitzGerald.
How a toddler was snatched by two teenage girls in a busy High Street store.
Are we at a series of global tipping points? Radio 4 explores the paradigm shifts that are taking place across the globe, from the arrival of the post-truth society to the potential departure of globalisation, taking in shifting demographic sands, the backlash against the political elite and pivot of power to the East along the way.
The Human Zoo explores the foibles, quirks and behaviour of that most fascinating of species - us
The current affairs series combining original insights into major news stories with topical investigations
Sarah Montague interviews the people whose ideas are challenging the future of education.
Late-night interview programme. Robert Peston and Eddie Mair join forces to spring surprise guests on each other.
Film critic Mark Kermode reveals the economic realities behind the film industry.
Documentary series. Anne-Marie Duff narrates stories of life and death on the UK's ring roads.
Grace Dent presents a conversational history of radio comedy, from 1975 to 2005.
Poet Paul Farley reimagines technology we rely on but take for granted
Melvyn Bragg explores the history of the idea of culture, and its value today.
Series of annual radio lectures on significant contemporary issues, delivered by leading figures from the relevant fields
Series exploring the practice of researching family history, one of the UK's most rapidly growing pastimes
Series revisiting the childhood neighbourhoods of influential Britons
Series of annual radio lectures on significant contemporary issues, delivered by leading figures from the relevant fields. Please note that relatively few recordings survive from this period.
Tony Bellew is the world champion boxer who beat David Haye twice in front of an audience of millions. He's known to a generation of film fans as Ricky Conlan, the villain in the Rocky reboot Creed. He's an Everton-supporting dad of four boys who loves stand-up comedy. But Tony Bellew is also angry. Quite a lot. When you're a boxer that's no bad thing, but now he's not punching people for a living he's wondering what to do when the red mist comes down. In this podcast, Tony gets together with different guests to talk about times in their lives when they've been really angry. They could be life-changing pivotal moments or the day-to-day stuff that gets us all riled. Tony finds out how they have dealt with it, what they've learnt and see if along the way he can get some tips on dealing with his own anger. Expect tears, laughter, anger (obviously) and some stories from his guests that you won't have heard before!
Insight and analysis from the Test Match Special team - including interviews with top players and special features.
Greg James, Jimmy Anderson and Felix White with an alternative (and sometimes musical) look at cricket...
Peter Crouch, Tom Fordyce and Chris Stark are back with their guide on how to be a professional footballer. Episodes include insight on everything from dressing rooms, transfers, keeping on the good side of your manager and where to sit on the team bus - plus your footballer confessions. #backstronger
Bex Smith flips the script on women's football, speaking to some of the biggest names in the game. We hear what it’s like being a leader on the pitch, inspiring the next generation and how to overcome injuries.
Greg James and Bella Mackie didn't pay much attention at school. So they're asking Britain's most inspiring teachers to show them what they missed in this series of fascinating and fun lessons. Learn something new every week from their all-killer-no-filler syllabus including: 'How to win an argument by watching RuPaul's Drag Race', 'Why do we get ill?' and ''Are people born evil?' Bad students of all ages are welcome. Expect brilliant teachers, captivating subjects but absolutely no homework.
March 8th, 1971, Madison Square Garden, New York, USA. A small, illuminated square of canvas. Camera lenses point from every direction, the world is watching. In the surrounding seats an unlikely mix of spectators rub shoulders - the cream of Hollywood, music stars, gangsters, pimps and politicians. Outside touts are making a killing, asking astronomical prices for the hottest ticket in town. In order to gain the best view in the house, legendary singer Frank Sinatra has become an accredited press photographer. In opposite corners of the ring are Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, the first time two undefeated heavyweight fighters have met in a world title clash. But this is more than just about boxing. The fight takes place in a divided America. An America of riots, assassinations, military drafts, social unrest and racial tensions, with the Vietnam War at its height. In one corner is Muhammad Ali - portrayed in the media as a dangerous rebel, a symbol of the counterculture, whose defiant stance on the Vietnam War and his involvement with the Nation of Islam has brought the wrath of the US Government down on him. But, to many, he was the king in exile, back to reclaim what had been wrongly taken away from him. A charismatic and eloquent talker, the TV camera loves him and his face is one of the most well-known images in the world. In the opposite corner is Joe Frazier, once a friend of Ali but now a fearsome rival. He's fought even harder than Ali to earn the heavyweight championship belt around his waist, but the merciless insults of his opponent has vilified him a stooge for a racist, white establishment. A vicious puncher and a pummelling gladiator, Frazier is determined to earn the respect and recognition he feels he deserves. Reserved and less comfortable in a TV studio, Frazier is the opposite to the garrulous Ali. Both fighters have been guaranteed a staggering $2.5 million each, the largest single pay day for any entertainer or athlete at the time. With the rights owned by a new breed of Hollywood promoter and super-agent, the fight heralds a new era in the commercialisation of sport - the effects we still feel today. Watched by 300 million around the globe - considerably more than had watched the moon landing 2 years earlier - the fight is even relayed to GIs in Vietnam. This is The Fight Of The Century - Ali v Frazier. Over 6 episodes hip hop legend Nas will take the listener on a journey that starts in 1967 and ends with a sporting event dubbed ‘The Fight of The Century’ in 1971. Mixing words, music, archive, expert witnesses and original drama, this series will take the listener through a story that sees our protagonists go from friendly rivals to enmity at a time while America is on the brink, rocked by race riots, political assassinations and the continuing war in South East Asia. Using the power of drama and a little imagination, Nas will pull back the curtain and guide the listener ‘behind the scenes’ of one of the greatest sporting events of all time as we build up to and explore the greater meaning of what happened back on 8th March, 1971. It’s a story of many parts that takes us from the gyms of Philadelphia to the court houses of America, from the canvas of Madison Square Garden to the White House, and from Army induction centres to TV studios. It’s a story that gets to the heart of America and peels back the issues which still reverberate today. It’s a story that shines a light on a USA that was in the cross-fire, ripped apart by divisions, bogged down by the war in Vietnam and yet was bright and innovative enough to put a man on the moon and create some of the best music ever recorded.
Real talk by women of colour – at times light, at times serious, but always honest #siscollective. Join BBC presenters Jessie Aru-Phillips, Letitia George, Aminata Kamara and Simone Riley.
Isa Guha and Aatif Nawaz talk cricket with a British-Asian spin. The former England bowler and the Pakistan comedian join forces to take an alternative view on the cricketing issues of the week. They will be joined by guests representing different South Asian communities unified by a love of the game.
Staff in the NHS and care system have made audio diaries for 5 Live explaining how the coronavirus pandemic has changed their working lives.
News, opinion, debate and analysis of the big golfing issues, including interviews with leading players and prominent golfing personalities/celebrities, with Iain Carter and Andrew Cotter.
Join OJ Borg, Dan Hardy and a rotating cast of pros, journalists and more as they take a laid-back look at the fastest growing sport in the world. The latest news, results, reviews, stories and interviews from the world title fights of the UFC to the domestic fights in this country to what Connor McGregor has done this week.
Will Perry, Eleanor Oldroyd and the BBC Radio 5 live team bring you the stories from London 2012 and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Unique insight into the biggest sports news stories and the human issues behind them. BBC Sport’s Sarah Mulkerrins, Dan Roan and Nesta McGregor and their guests take you behind the headlines and tell you what’s really going on.
Singer, songwriter and all-round musician Yungblud talks to friends and fans about the big stuff going on in their lives. Expect lots of fun, chaos and mischief.
Tech Tech Boom is a technology review spoof show where our presenters review and try out absurd and sinister new innovations, and meet the characters behind the products.
Behind every boring subject is another layer of boringness you could have never imagined. Presenter: James Ward Updated: Weekly
Aoife Wilson and Julia Hardy are best mates who love video games and have worked in the industry for years. They find the most shocking, moving and inspiring true stories about how gaming changed people’s lives forever. Join them to hear about the guy who works for NASA because of a game, the couple who fell in love on an MMORPG, the man who turned his escape from civil war into a video game and the gamers who caught a killer in real time. Do you have a great, true story about a video game? Email us at email@example.com Producer: Nathan Jones Artwork: Sam Gilbey
When 16-year-old Sabrina cracks the cryptic Parallax, she’s recruited to track down a serial killer... who might not be from this world. Starring Anya Chalotra and Chance Perdomo. New episodes Tuesdays. Cast: Sabrina – Anya Chalotra Benny – Chance Perdomo Fergus – Samuel Adewunmi Harry – Enzo Cilenti Lynn – Leanne Best Mr Ahmed – Nabil Elouahabi Isabella – Hera Hilmar Efrat – Olivia Popica Ken – Akie Kotabe Other parts: Carl Prekopp, George Georgiou, Hugo Dryden, Clare Corbett, Kerry Shale Production Team: Written & Created by Brett Neichin with additional writing by Janina Matthewson Script editing by Mike Walker Music by Benbrick and Mark Henry Phillips Editing & Sound Design by Steve Bond Sound Assistant, Makashe Ogbon Assistant Producer, Eleanor Mein Trails by Jack Soper Produced by Emma Hearn Director and Executive Producer, John Scott Dryden Commissioning Editor, Jason Phipps Commissioning Producers: Rachel Simpson, Ella Woods and Eli Sessions Recorded at Sonica Studios, London The Cipher is a Goldhawk Production commissioned by BBC Sounds.
A new comedy-horror from Natasha Hodgson (Kill The Beast, Beef and Dairy Network, Tom Neenan is Not All Men). We’ll play your dreams back to you, so you can see yourself clearly. Sleep clean. Starring Alice Lowe, Celeste Dring, David Elms, Jason Forbes and Natasha Hodgson Written by Natasha Hodgson Produced by Andy Goddard for BBC Studios Music by David Cumming Artwork by Richard Littler
In this club, our Glaswegian duo Cassi and Roisin chat life, culture, friendships, dating and everything else in between, as they dissect bizarre obsessions and irrational hates.
Dr Ruja Ignatova persuaded millions to join her financial revolution. Then she disappeared. Why? Jamie Bartlett presents a story of greed, deceit and herd madness.
Stories that matter.
The New Normal is a BBC News, Culture and Ethics podcast hosted by William Crawley. William and his two guests are in self isolation and reflect on the world before, during and after the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic of 2020. They ask what is the 'new normal', and what is life and humanity going to look like on the 'other side' of lockdown.
Tracy Beaker is loud, fiery and somehow always in trouble. Having grown up in care, Tracy hates soppy fairy stories but secretly she longs for her own happily ever after.
Do you know any real life heroes? If you know Tom Neenan (and listening to this podcast counts) then you do. Tom recently became a public transport hero after intervening when someone was being abusive on a bus. In this episode he investigates heroism, both within himself and the wider community. Written by and starring Tom Neenan Produced by Clarissa Maycock Featuring Shivani Thussu, Alistair Green, Nadia Kamil and Tom Crowley
One night in 2016, BBC News anchor Ros Atkins was retweeted by the legendary American broadcaster Keith Olbermann. The comment? “Thank God you’re back." Two years on, despite having never met, Keith and Ros were texting each other almost every day. Keith would send pictures of his dogs, the view from his Manhattan penthouse or the oysters that he was eating. He'd also send details of his latest ratings and thoughts on Ros' show. He even sponsored the match ball at the tiny football club at the end of Ros' road in London. In Texting Keith Olbermann, Ros Atkins asks Keith what everyone was asking him: why is he doing it? And as Ros' wife realises he's texting Keith more than anyone apart from her, she has the same question for him. Two parallel conversations play out, as we hear funny, fascinating and sometimes awkward explorations of fame, money, death threats, being a TV anchor, and the backstories to some of the most notorious moments of Keith's career. We also find out what happens to this unconventional friendship when they meet in person. Producer: Danielle Stephens Artwork: Sam Gilbey
Two women from different parts of the world, united by a common passion, experience or expertise, tell Kim Chakanetsa the stories of their lives.
The global programme will reflect the variety of takes on climate change and how best to understand it and the word’s attempts to avert it, temper it or adapt to it. The programme isn’t about questioning whether Climate Change is happening, it’s about finding the best ways to respond to it. This is sharp-edged, analytical inquiry. Hard scrutiny, touched with a sense of adventure and discovery, and where we can find it hope. Stories across the world on why we find it so hard to save our own planet, and how we might change that.
Download the latest documentaries investigating global developments, issues and affairs.
Science news and highlights of the week
An hour of historical reporting told by the people who were there.
In-depth reporting on the world of social media.
The Cultural Frontline: where arts and news collide.
Faranak Amidi takes a fresh look at the stories of the week with journalists from our 40 language sections.
The Food Chain examines the business, science and cultural significance of food, and what it takes to put food on your plate.
Global experts and decision makers discuss, debate and analyse a key news story.
Rory Cellan-Jones on the latest stories in the tech world.
Combing Africa for stories about the unseen forces that bind us together and tear us apart. A single story, every week. Hosted by Kim Chakanetsa. #thecomb
Discover world history, culture and ideas with today’s leading experts
The Inquiry gets beyond the headlines to explore the trends, forces and ideas shaping the world.
Surprising stories from unusual places. With ideas too big for a single episode, The Compass presents mini-series about the environment and politics, culture and society.
“Almost a perfect crime.” The hacking ring and an attempt to steal a billion dollars. Investigators blame North Korea. Pyongyang denies involvement. The story begins in Hollywood.
My grandad worked on the bomb that dropped on Hiroshima. Could another man - Leo Szilard - have stopped it?
What are the big ideas shaping our world now?
The BBC World Service's wide range of documentaries from 2008.
What's been happening around the world and why it matters
The extraordinary and hidden histories behind everyday objects and actions
A triple murder. 40 hours of tape recordings. Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter. Bob Dylan wrote a song about him. Hollywood made a movie. This is the full story.
Brings together in a single hour The Why Factor; More or Less and Trending.
The award-winning inside story. An investigation into the death of Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. Includes interviews with those accused of her murder.
The BBC World Service's wide range of documentaries from 2015.
The BBC World Service's wide range of documentaries from 2014.
The BBC World Services wide range of documentaries from 2013.
The BBC World Services wide range of documentaries from 2012.
The BBC World Service's wide range of documentaries from 2011.
BBC World Service's wide range of documentaries from 2010.
The BBC World Service's wide range of documentaries from 2009.
The BBC World Service's wide range of documentaries from 2007.
Taking a look at LGBTQ+ issues in sport. Hosted by Jack Murley, BBC Radio Cornwall.
Darryl Morris, Jack Dearden and panel with your Bolton Wanderers banter. Rumours and reaction from the terraces. Produced by BBC Radio Manchester.
The stories, places and people putting Dorset on the map. In these snack-sized podcasts, Ollie Peart takes a personal journey through his county, enjoying sneak peeks into secret places, tackling difficult issues, and celebrating connections with the wider world. Originally broadcast on BBC Radio Solent.
Telling the unheard stories from the sporting community in the North East.
Tunes into current film, TV, arts, theatre and music across Scotland.
The big interviews and sporting debate from Scotland and beyond.
Susan Morrison explores the rich and sometimes murky depths of Scotland's past.
A behind the scenes look at the investigation into the Alistair Wilson murder, one of Scotland’s most baffling unsolved cases. Presented by Fiona Walker.
Helping you get the best from Scotland's wonderful natural larder with weekly recipes, reviews, tips and delicious ideas from some of Scotland's top chefs!
Adam Whitty brings you the latest from the Leicestershire camp, including the latest news, reviews, and interviews with the people at the club. The programme is aired every Tuesday from 6pm, with a new episode, lasting about 50 minutes, added every week during the cricket season (April to September).
A 5 minute mix from the world's hottest DJs and producers. Lots of tunes in a tiny space, as featured on Danny Howard's show on BBC Radio 1. This download is only available in the UK
The Gemma Collins Podcast is a no-holds barred look inside the life of The GC, with plenty of candid chat, laughs and insider gossip direct from the diva herself. A podcast from BBC Radio 1.
Everyone has their own story…in this podcast they Tell It. From personal journeys of discovery to sharing obsessions & passions, we hear from young people across the UK who want to tell you their amazing stories and perhaps even change your view of the world in the process.
A weekly get together for everyone who loves and lives for reality TV. Get ALL the tea from reality stars and celebrity guests.
Mollie King and Jordan Banjo are joined by special guests for The Greatest Dancer post-show breakdown. Your weekly backstage pass to all the gossip, chatter and inside takes from the UK’s newest dance competition.
Highlights from Talkback. William Crawley and guests discuss the news headlines, chat to the people making them and ask you, the audience, what you think? From BBC Radio Ulster
The GAA Social brings to life stories from Gaelic Games. It features pundit discussions and wide-ranging interviews with the sport’s players, managers and officials.
Comedy anthology series unreliably recounting stories and myths about the border.
Comedy news quiz
Dive into an alternative world of humour and wonderment. This is a permanent archive featuring some of Gerry’s best shows from 1984 onwards, 2 episodes added each week. Part of BBC Radio Foyle’s 40th birthday celebrations
To commemorate the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, Ciaran Hinds introduces a series of letters written 100 years ago to the day by people on-board, each read by a different famous person
Graham Norton entertaining the nation, with a vibrant mix of celeb guests and chat. From BBC Radio 2
Zoe and the team pick their highlights of the week including the biggest showbiz guests!
Leading writers on arts, history, philosophy, science, religion and beyond, themed across a week - insight, opinion and intellectual surprise.
Radio 3's cabaret of the word, featuring the best poetry, new writing and performance
Rethink music with The Listening Service. Tom Service presents a journey of imagination and insight, exploring how music works
An exploration of early music, looking at early developments in musical performance and composition in Britain and abroad. UK only: please note that not all episodes are podcast.
Jess Gillam hosts the music show for people who like classical and other stuff too. Music, eclectic playlists and chat, with a new guest every week.
In-depth documentaries which explore a different aspect of history, science, philosophy, film, visual arts and literature. The Sunday Feature is broadcast every Sunday at 6.45pm on BBC Radio 3.
Your one-stop shop for all things Shakespeare. Catch A-List casts in brand new audio versions of Shakespeare’s greatest plays, plus documentaries from the brightest minds on the bard’s life and work.
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough presents a collection of quirky tales gathered from the corners of history by an intrepid band of time travelling correspondents, with a new theme every week.
Leading creative thinkers choose an artwork from the Museum of Modern Art, and talk about how it inspires or provokes, thrills or surprises them. Presented by Alastair Sooke.
Sara Mohr-Pietsch interviews performers about their choral passions. The Choir programme broadcasts every Sunday at 4pm, exploring all things choral, with performances and...
BBC Radio 3's Story of Music told through 50 Pieces. Howard Goodall in conversation with Suzy Klein about 50 pieces of music that changed the course of music history.
Sue Perkins and Tom Service unravel everything listeners have ever wondered about music - but were too afraid to ask
Classical music critic Norman Lebrecht talks to major figures in the field
BBC Radio 3 tells you everything you need to know about Franz Schubert. These free downloads will cover every aspect of the life of one of the greatest ever composers.
A comprehensive guide to the language of opera with contributions from singers, conductors, directors and vocal coaches. From BBC Radio 3, May 2010
Every week the Grenfell Tower Inquiry sits, we analyse and explain the evidence heard. Presenter / Producer: Kate Lamble Producer: Sharon Hemans Researcher: May Cameron Editor: Jasper Corbett
Every week, we look at a different everyday English phrase or piece of slang in this fun three-minute programme. From BBC World Service
Capturing the nation in conversation to build a unique picture of our lives today and preserve it for future generations.
Insights into the business world - featuring content from BBC Radio 4's In Business programme, and also Global Business from the BBC World Service.
Essential listening for the broadcast production, journalism and technology communities. Your guide to everything from editorial and craft skills to taking your next step in the industry. Practical advice on all aspects of TV, radio, journalism.
A 9 week series, in each episode Louise and Annie (with the help of some special guests) will mentor three beginners aiming to complete their first triathlons in June this year.
Your big questions about the future answered. How science will influence and change our lives. Britt Wray and Ellie Cosgrave present a fortnightly investigation of a hot science topic in about 30 minutes. The Tomorrow's World podcast will begin a second run of episodes in early 2018.
The podcast companion to the series exploring thousands of years of visual culture.
Audio from BBC Ten Pieces - orchestral recordings of Bach, Bizet, Clyne, Haydn, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Vaughan William, Verdi and Wagner featuring the BBC Philharmonic.
Mary Anne Hobbs’ guests answer a burning question with a short epiphany, giving insight into their creative process
Lauren talks to the most interesting people around and gets them on your cultural radar. Plus, she delves into the worlds of maths and science with the stuff you need to know.
Gemma Cairney interviews cultural icons, tastemakers, artists and musicians about their pastimes, hobbies, collections and loves beyond what they are known for.
6 Music's Matt Everitt presents in-depth, exclusive and revealing interviews with major artists revealing the pivotal moments and songs that shaped their lives and their careers.
In honour of one of Britain's most iconic broadcasters, 6 Music presents this annual discussion on music and music-related media.
Dotty's joined by long time co-d Robby for your weekly dose of reckless behaviour. Be a fly on the wall to her wildest thoughts. Buckle up but please note, this is not for kids!
Sreath de phodcastan bho sgioba nan naidheachdan a’ toirt sgrìob tro na cuspairean as cudromaiche ‘sna naidheachdan an diugh. A series of podcasts from BBC Naidheachdan, looking at the most important topics in the news today.
Farmer and nature lover Chris Skinner shares wildlife recordings and answers questions.
A weekly round-up of all the Norwich City news through the eyes of the fans. Featuring the most interesting Canary Call clips of the week.
The latest on the King's Lynn Stars in speedway's Premiership.
Good chat. Good times. Hayley Pearce tackles the issues that make the group chats go off, with help from her regular squad of contributors - Asha Jane, Cherelle Jordan Farrugia, Luke Davies and Dafydd Francis.
A one stop shop where you can sample BBC Radio Lancashire’s best bits. Joe Wilson selects his favourite parts of BBC Radio Lancashire’s broadcasts from the previous week.
The funniest bits of the week from Toby’s weekday breakfast show on BBC Radio Sheffield, with topical chat and the best callers in local radio!
Two besties in the buff are on a mission to get to the naked truth. Yorkshire duo Jenny Eells and Kat Harbourne undress with a guest for revealing confessions & conversations.
Melvyn Bragg explores the pivotal role of England's north in the shaping of modern Britain.
James Naughtie profiles 60 public figures nominated to mark the diamond jubilee
Will Gompertz enters the Royal Collection to examine some of the objects that have adorned, defined and described the story of a thousand years of the British monarchy.
An hour of Northampton Saints news and views with BBC Radio Northampton. Follow us on Twitter using #SaintsShow.
We go behind the scenes at Edgbaston as we follow the Birmingham Bears in T20 Blast action this season.
Getting to know some of the best known people from across Birmingham and the Black Country.
Jennie McAlpine hosts light and informative conversations with The Baby Club TV show parents – with added wisdom from a childcare expert. The podcast is fun, chatty and insightful, with valuable take-home advice. Our regular feature - #GrownUpOwnUp - allows listeners to share thier laugh-out-loud parenting moments! And “What’s In The Bag?” asks what unusual objects YOU’VE found in your baby’s changing bag!
Life, the universe and everything can be discussed in the Tiki Tiki Tiki Room, because a problem shared is one more people now have. This daily mini podcast comes from The Wall of Sound on BBC Radio Solent, weekdays 1 – 4pm. It features Alex Dyke, Alun Newman and Bob Diggles.
Daily reports from the High Court in Edinburgh on the evidence heard and explanation of the Scottish legal process.
The brightest and best stand-up from the Scottish comedy club scene.
Unravelling the strange death of a man who seemed to have everything to live for. Was it suicide, as the police said, or something more sinister? Mick Morton investigates.
Hack your happiness: simple strategies proven by science. Most of us chase happiness in all the wrong ways, but Professor Bruce Hood knows what’s proven to work. Emma, Lillie-Mae and Jason test it out. Produced by BBC Radio Bristol.
Exeter Chiefs rugby chat with Carl Rimmer and Gareth Steenson. Presented and produced by Charlie Price. Originally broadcast on BBC Radio Devon.
Join Gemma Hunt for the assembly series for children aged 7 to 11 - including a story, a song, reflection / prayer and opportunities for discussion.
Developing music skills for pupils aged 7 - 9 through songs and music activities.
Age 5 to 9. Explore The Great Fire of London through music, dance and drama activities.
Discussing the light and shade of life in the capital with Vanessa Feltz - weekdays from 7am.
The London Film Podcast gives you a chance to look beyond the red carpet and explore the importance of the film industry in London. Presented by Jason Solomons.
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