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An intimate exploration of living with a partner who returns home traumatised by war.
A musical suite of innovative radio features from around the world.
Innovative adaptation of Frederick Forsyth's haunting classic aviation Christmas tale.
Robert Wilson's impressionistic interpretation of the story of the Tower of Babel.
Alice Oswald reads her poem Rain, inspired by dramatic flooding in Romford in Essex.
Documentary following people whose lives were punctuated by the music of The Beatles.
The instruments of a string ensemble are physically deconstructed as they play Beethoven.
Two binaural adaptations of JG Ballard's short fiction: Track 12 and Venus Smiles.
A recreation in sound and music of the final descent of freediver Natalia Molchanova.
Soundscapes exploring how personal experience influences our mind's eye.
The second of Glenn Gould's three sound documentaries, to mark Canada Day 2016.
Drama about a family of four exploring the magic of a Norfolk wood on midsummer night.
Drama about a writer suffering hallucinations on a train travelling through time and space
An exploration of the history and the development of the language of the call for help.
Sara Davies joins producers and presenters of a Syrian radio station in exile in Istanbul.
Feature about violin maker Andrea Ortona's work creating a copy of a Guarneri Kemp violin.
Susan Aldworth on whether the idea that a relaxed brain may be the most creative is true.
Jim Moray on the meeting of composer Percy Grainger and farm bailiff Joseph Taylor.
Poet and author Gerdur Kristny explores Iceland's Christmas myths.
How an amateur production of Alice Through the Looking Glass became a psychedelic record.
The truth behind the story of a wild child found roaming at Crackpot Hall in Swaledale.
Juxtaposing the legendary largest bell in the world and Myanmar's November 2015 elections.
A radio poem from Kate Clanchy and the Very Quiet Foreign Girls.
Poem sequence by Sean Borodale centring on bees and the hive. With the voice of Bellatrix.
An exploration of the sometimes unsettling world of 'reassuring' technology.
Matt Thompson profiles former forensic investigator Jack Sturiano.
Kafka-inspired drama about a young man seeking advice from a series of self-help experts.
Mark Burman presents an audio portrait of the Monument Valley region.
Kim Addonizio meets the world's top blues harmonica aficionados in Trossingen, Germany.
A new radio poem by Lemn Sissay featuring five women's audio diaries of pregnancy.