iPlayer Radio What's New?

Your World Episode guide

  1. Lisdoonvarna – Ireland’s Love Capital

    Alison Finch meets one of Ireland's last traditional matchmakers.

    First broadcast: 11 Feb 2012

  2. Dreaming Dickens

    A dream-walk with Charles Dickens through the London night.

    First broadcast: 04 Feb 2012

  3. The Antartic Explorer

    Retracing the route of Antarctic explorer Frank Wild, Shackleton's second-in-command.

    First broadcast: 14 Jan 2012

  4. The Women Of Tahrir Square

    Why some women are disappointed and angry at the Egyptian revolution's failures.

    First broadcast: 07 Jan 2012

  5. Goodbye To Bush House

    John Tusa presents memories and archive about the BBC World Service in Bush House.

    Image for Goodbye To Bush House
  6. Boundaries Of Blood

    Shahzeb Jillani explains how the 1971 war over Bangladesh shaped modern Pakistan.

    Image for Boundaries Of Blood
  7. Knitting In Tripoli

    An intimate story of life during the Libyan war.

    First broadcast: 03 Dec 2011

  8. The Trouble With Condoms

    Frank and intimate personal stories of why the safe sex message is still so often ignored.

    First broadcast: 26 Nov 2011

  9. The Boy With The Violin

    Priyath Liyanage goes to Sri Lanka in search of the boy with the violin.

    First broadcast: 19 Nov 2011

  10. A Short History Of Story

    Noah Richler asks why humans from the earliest times have felt the need to tell stories.

    Image for A Short History Of Story
  11. Musical Migrants

    Portraits of people who relocated to other lands, influenced by music.

    Image for Musical Migrants
  12. Lives In Landscape

    Alan Dein explores the impact of the recent riots in England on one London man

    First broadcast: 15 Oct 2011

  13. Down and Out in Paris and London

    We retrace George Orwell's account of poverty in Paris and London, 80 years on.

    First broadcast: 08 Oct 2011

  14. Listening Post

    A series that invites close, unhurried listening to the stories of individuals.

    Image for Listening Post
  15. Always Hope: Cambodia's New Music

    How Cambodia's new bands are promising signs of a culture in recovery.

    First broadcast: 17 Sep 2011

  16. Iconic Geometry

    Cecil Balmond examines the shapes that define three of the world's iconic structures

    Image for Iconic Geometry
  17. The Too Hard Basket

    Why disabled people have as much right to a sex life as the able bodied

    First broadcast: 20 Aug 2011

  18. The Day the Wall Went Up

    On the Berlin Wall's 50th anniversary, Gerry Northam looks at its political context.

    Image for The Day the Wall Went Up
  19. The Education of Ashif Jaffer

    Can a young Canadian man with Down's Syndrome get a university degree?

    First broadcast: 13 Aug 2011

  20. The Dead News Network

    A medium talks about life with bored spirits playing havoc with her love life

    First broadcast: 23 Jul 2011

  21. Picturesque Street

    Steve Rosenberg hears how Russians view the last 20 years since the USSR's collapse

    First broadcast: 25 Jun 2011

  22. Dot.Com Camps

    Ruth Evans reports on a unique dot.com venture providing jobs for the poor

    First broadcast: 18 Jun 2011

  23. The Kill Factor

    Soldiers who have killed in war at close quarters talk about how it affects them today.

    Image for The Kill Factor
  24. The Ancestors Are Calling

    Are the ancestors calling Lesego Mangwanyane to be a traditional healer? Can she say no?

    First broadcast: 28 May 2011

  25. What's Going On - Music That Defined A Decade

    To mark 40 years since its release, Smokey Robinson reflects on Marvin Gaye's album.

    First broadcast: 21 May 2011

  26. Building on Sand

    How does architecture in Dubai compare with Doha?

    First broadcast: 07 May 2011

  27. Building on Sand

    Jonathan Glancey looks at whether Dubai has a sustainable policy towards building on sand

    First broadcast: 30 Apr 2011

  28. After the Crash - Part Two

    How Polish society coped a year after losing its political elite in the Smolensk air crash

    First broadcast: 23 Apr 2011

  29. After the Crash - Part One

    Has Poland recovered from the 2010 plane crash that wiped out the nation's ruling class?

    First broadcast: 16 Apr 2011

BBC © 2014 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read more.

This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.