Poet Kate Clanchy presents a radio poem in which Britain talks to itself in 54 languages.
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.
The story behind a set of audio recordings from the 1950s discovered on reel-to-reel tapes
A documentary about one of Britain's most revered performance poets, John Cooper Clarke.
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 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.