1/5 In the desert of northern Kenya is a city of half a million people. Why are they there? (R)
BBC Radio 4
6/10 A miracle leads to a second encounter between Natalia's grandfather and the deathless man.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/5 Miner Walter Parkin brings wife Annie and daughter Winnie to Yorkshire's Dearne Valley.
2/5 Seventeen-year-old Guled has been kidnapped by al-Shabaab. He fears for his life.
BBC Radio 4 FM
2/5 Nichola McAuliffe reads extracts from essays written by food writer Elizabeth David.
7/10 As Natalia recalls her grandfather's past, the truth about the failed tiger hunt emerges.
2/5 On a summer evening in 1929, Winnie goes to her first dance at the Miners' Welfare Hall.
Sally Phillips reads Dogger, by Shirley Hughes. (R)
7/10 In 18th-century England, Orlando is seduced by London society and poetry.
2/5 Seventeen-year-old Guled has been kidnapped by al-Shabaab. He fears for his life. (R)