Jenny Cuffe asks how big a threat the Somali war poses to Kenya’s security.
BBC World Service
1/4 As South Africa prepares for 2010, what better time to explore the true story of footba...
2/5 Lucy Duran presents music from the 18th-century Malagasy royal court in Madagascar.
BBC Radio 3
4/4 The more discreet role played by the Society in the 20th century.
BBC Radio 4
Rob Walker tells the story of how 'Angolagate', one of the biggest arms deal scandals o...
3/4 The 19th century blooms scientifically with numerous alternative, specialist societies.
2/4 How Newton tested the lines between government-funded research and public access.
1/4 Melvyn Bragg travels to Oxford, where the young Christopher Wren and friends experimented.
Edward Stourton explores how, in the past 10 years, the world woke up to climate change.
An investigation into the Indian government's flagship scheme to assist the poorest.