3/3 The layered history of Cape Town as seen by its new generation of writers and poets.
BBC Radio 4
Mahan Esfahani discovers why the harpsichord is an often misunderstood instrument.
BBC Radio 3
Jack Monroe examines the often obsessive relationships people have with their crockery.
2/5 Dickens, Richard III and a unique landscape help inspire a new dish for Barnard Castle.
2/3 Thabiso Mohare looks at the literary and spoken word scenes in South Africa.
If trophy hunting is banned in Africa, would lions be more or less at risk?
4/4 Cerys Matthews visits Barcelona to rummage through Spain's varied songbook.
News presenter Mike Embley hears poems from Syrian writers responding to the conflict.
How technology - and two billion extra mouths to feed - will change our food in future.
A spoken word concept album linking space and music.