Nick Hunt follows recession-hit migrant Indian workers in Dubai back to their villages.
BBC Radio 4
2/5 Poet and essayist Jeremy Hooker discusses his early life spent on the south coast.
BBC Radio 3
19/40 Including a report from the Somerset Levels to witness the release of the European Crane.
3/5 A controversial practise in Afghanistan's heartland.
BBC World Service
1/5 Poet Katrina Porteous describes living in the Northumbrian coastal village of Beadnell.
2/2 Roger Harribin asks how climate policy decisions can be taken amid scientific uncertainty.
1/2 An insider's view of legal battles being fought around the world
2/2 More amazing insights into officially sanctioned Christianity in Communist China
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