BBC Radio 4
Beardyman and the Mimics
Beardyman, aka Darren Foreman, explores the secrets of animal vocal mimicry.
Beat It: The World of The Modern Drummer
Phill Jupitus asks if the modern drummer really is the joker of a band.
Nat Segnit investigates the untold stories of visionary mavericks
Before Your Very Ears!
Grant Gordon explores the rich history of magic on radio.
Behind the Scenes with Carbon Dioxide
The story of Joseph Black, the chemist who described carbon dioxide for the first time.
Being a Tree: The Story of Margaret Morris
The extraordinary story of dance trainer Margaret Morris, told through archive recordings.
Being Jewish: Blood or Belief?
Tim Whewell examines the case of a child's battle to get a place at a state Jewish school.
Being Prince of Wales
Dan Snow explores the role and history of the Prince of Wales
Belfast Festival Stories
Specially commissioned stories from five acclaimed Irish writers
Belfast: Re-imagining the City
Artist Bill Drummond shares his vision and memories of Belfast.
Bells on Sunday
The sound of church bells ringing on Sunday from around the country
Bells on Sunday
The sound of church bells from St Maryâ€™s Parish Church, Putney.
Belsen after Belsen
The story of the former prisoners who had to remain in Belsen after it was liberated.
Benjamin Jealous: The Future of the NAACP?
Gary Younge meets the new leader of America's oldest and largest civil rights organisation
Bernard and Betty Speak Out
Series in which two former speakers of the House of Commons discuss their careers
Bette in Britain
Susan George recalls the visits to Britain of Hollywood legend Bette Davis.
Series bringing together people who have had profound and similar experiences
Between Rock and a Good Cause
John Wilson tells the story of American music promoter Bill Graham.
Between the Tides
An exciting and revelatory soundscape following life between the tides on a sandy coast.
Series exploring the place and nature of faith in today's world
Ernie Rea explores the place of faith in today's world.
Beyond These Walls
Ritula Shah hears the stories of people living in hiding