Rishi Persad introduces live coverage from the Crucible as the 17-day tournament gets underway and John Higgins begins his campaign to defend his World Championship trophy.
Andrew Marr views Britain from the skies. From helicopters, planes, hang gliders and satellites, he looks at the picture of a nation constantly on the move. Show more
Comedy about a feisty 13-year-old girl. When Kit stages a Shakespearian extravaganza, Sadie is desperate to play opposite Taylor. Show more
Gabby Logan and guests discuss all the talking points as final whistles blow across the length and breadth of the country on a busy day of action. Show more
Hazel Irvine introduces continued coverage from Sheffield as the 2010 champion, Australia's Neil Robertson, starts his World Championship campaign.
Clemency Burton-Hill presents highlights of the BBC Young Musician 2012 category finals from Cardiff, as five talented brass musicians battle for a semi-final place. Show more
Drama set in 1950s London. Sister Monica Joan is accused of theft, and the Nonnatus House community fear she could end up in jail. Meanwhile, Chummy's mother visits. Show more
Documentary following a team of underwater archaeologists and experts as they use CGI to reveal the secrets of Pavlopetri in Greece, the world's oldest submerged city. Show more
Scandinavian crime drama serial. Swedish and Danish police investigate jointly after a woman is found murdered in the middle of a bridge on the border between the two countries. Show more
Scandinavian crime drama serial. The murderer makes his presence known and chooses tabloid journalist Daniel Ferbe to act as middle man to communicate with the outside world. Show more
Drama series about the lives of gay women in Glasgow. Cat and Sam return to Glasgow after a month in South America. Tess's first day at her new job throws up some surprises. Show more
Kirsty Wark is joined by guests Paul Morley, Susan Hitch and Marcel Theroux to discuss the new novel from Michael Frayn and Cate Blanchett in the play Gross und Klein. Show more