In this week's Pick Nick Baker immerses himself in the world of sound. We hear about places along the border that separates the north and south of Ireland - dangerous and unknown but beautiful and strange. We get lighter than air with a paraglider, daydreaming about the delights of the blue sky. We follow the story of the last Maharajah of the Sikh Empire and the campaign to have his remains exhumed and returned to India. We find out how local people in Cambridge helped to create a dish which captures the town's geography, history and culture. Oh and the return of I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue!
Between the Ears - Skylarking (Radio3, Saturday 5th July)
O Say Can You See? (Radio 4, Tuesday 1st July)
The Documentary: Misers, Bling and the Money Thing (World Service, Tuesday 1st July)
The Last Wish of a Prince (Radio 4, Friday 4th July)
The Town is the Menu (Radio 4, Thursday 3rd July)
My Family's Fight for Civil Rights (Radio4, 2nd July)
Charting the Border (Radio 4, Monday 30th June)
Animal Architecture (Radio 4, Monday 30th July)
I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (Radio 4, Monday 30th July)
Stanley Baxter Playhouse (Radio 4, Friday 4th July)
Gramophones at the Front (Radio 3, Sunday, 29th June)
The Essay (Radio 3, All Week).