BBC Radio 4
Book of the Week: Books to Change your Life By
Led by James Naughtie, readers talk to acclaimed authors about their best known novels
Boom or Bust
Michael White assesses the political impact of Norman Lamont's 1992 pre-election budget.
Boot Camp for Dads
Richard Johnson investigates a new trend for support for fathers-to-be.
Boot Camp on a Boat
Why has NHS Hull spent Â£500,000 on a yacht for young people? Jolyon Jenkins reports.
Border Blaster: In Search of the Wolf
Nick Barraclough recalls the first pirate radio stations set up in Mexico in the 1950s
Boris Yeltsin: A Flawed Giant
Andrew Harding looks back over the turbulent career of the late Russian leader.
Born in Bradford
Why are genetic disorders and cases of infant mortality are so high in Bradford?
Born in Bradford
Doctors are tracking thousands of Bradford babies from birth to better understand illness.
Born with Down's
Felicity Finch finds out why more babies are being born with Down's syndrome.
Bougainville: Crown of Shells
A look at the bizarre events on the island of Bourgainville, home to a jungle gold mine.
Bowing out Gracefully: The Brandreth Rules on Standing Down
Gyles Brandreth examines how political careers end and how to step down gracefully
Bowling For Love
Following a bowls community and the friendships and romances formed on and off the green.
Comedy pilot by Suk Pannu about tough-talking cop Inspector Vincent Boyle.
Boys, Badges and Baden-Powell
Arthur Smith presents the fascinating 100-year story of the scouting movement
BP: Beyond the Horizon
How BP is grappling with capping the Deepwater well while securing its corporate future.
Brain of Britain
General knowledge in which listeners compete for the title of Brain of Britain
Allan Little analyses some of the factors that have given Cuba such a prominent image.
Gyles Brandreth tells how his ancestor sold a pill and became one of America's richest men
Brel et Moi: Alastair Campbell on Jacques Brel
Alastair Campbell reveals his passion for the music of Belgian singer Jacques Brel.
Brick by Brick
Exploring the demolitions industry through the dismantling of Marischal College, Aberdeen.
Bricks and Mortals
Series bringing the past to life through historic buildings
Bridging the Gap
A sound portrait of the Tyne Bridge, recorded by Chris Watson.
Bridging the Morphine Gap
Mukti Jain Campion asks why India's people have virtually no access to medical morphine.
A series of short features transporting listeners into cinemas located around the world