A meditation on the cultural representation of comas.
Poet Kate Tempest with a portrait of the Kent beach where film-maker Derek Jarman lived.
A live drama about the end of the world, as seen from a liner on a deserted sea.
Feature on looking up at a blue sky, as Cathy FitzGerald meets a prisoner and a paraglider
Soldiers, from corporal to general, choose, read and speak about a poem by Wilfred Owen.
A flight simulation in sound, featuring a portrait of trapeze artist Matt Costain.
Lenny Henry stars in a musical fantasy about TS Eliot's 1964 dinner with Groucho Marx.
How can Joe, a boy on the autistic spectrum, answer a question teeming with possibilities?
Drama in which an exiled novelist meets an author writing about a shape-shifting princess.
Poet Paul Farley imagines himself a sound recordist taping the Garden of Eden.
Owen Sheers's new poem explores the relationship between rugby and modern Welsh identity.
A series of sonically adventurous features, marking 20 years of Between the Ears
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Ken Hollings explores the creation of the first electronic film score: Forbidden Planet.
A feature in which artists give insight into their creative process.
A time machine in the world's largest underground temple? Secrets of Damanhur revealed.
Sebastiane Hegarty explores voice, recording and memory in a sound portrait of his mother.
An essay on the writings of WG Sebald, prompted by a theatre version of one of his novels.
Alan Dein discusses why business use the word aardvark as a name.
Documentary version of Sean Borodale's poem set at a cattle market.
A celebrationg of amateur radio enthusiasts who eavesdrop on space exploration.
A feature comparing the worlds of the medical surgeon and performing musicians.
An evocation of the sounds of Bush House, formerly home of the BBC World Service.
A radio version of Georges Perec's avant-garde book about asking for a salary raise.
Sound designer Nick Ryan explores the disorientating effects of a balance disorder.
Following people making difficult decisions about what to keep and what to throw away.
A sonic journey through Xu Zhimo's famous Chinese poem: Saying Goodbye to Cambridge Again.
From the Sargasso to Somerset and back, James Crowden traces the writhing odyssey of eels.
A snapshot of houses and people threatened by the sea on the east Yorkshire coast.
A magical sound journey through Bali - where gamelan music intertwines with nature.
Documentary revealing hidden, fantastical, heartbreaking and surreal stories in cities.