What is it about the sounds in the slums of Govindpuri that make them special and unique?
Yona Laks and Vera Kriegel speak about being part of Josef Mengele’s experiments on twins
Lenny Henry tells the story of August Wilson, America's greatest modern black playwright
What does Love your Wife Day tell us about love and life in Japan today?
Mike Thomson talks to the families of two of the teenagers murdered last summer in Israel
What happened to the rubbish pickers on South America’s biggest rubbish dump, now closed?
Retracing the life of Machado de Assis - Brazil’s great literary genius
Jeremy Bowen on how the olive harvest is at the heart of the Israeli Palestinian conflict
Stories from those who came to the UK from the Indian subcontinent in the '50s and '60s
The angry Calcutta poets whose anti-establishment antics struck a chord with the Beats