Catrin Nye explores the exorcisms taking place in Britain's South Asian communities.
BBC World Service
Physicist Mildred Dresselhaus's work has led the way for developments in nanotechnology
In 1980 thousands died in the Nigerian city of Kano in an uprising by an Islamic sect.
40 years ago the US launched its heaviest aerial bombardment of the Vietnam War.
An evocation of the sounds of Bush House, formerly home of the BBC World Service.
BBC Radio 3
Two farmer’s daughters in Burma object to the expansion of a Chinese backed copper mine.
In December 1999 a young Dutch man won the first ever Big Brother reality TV show.
Martha Kearney looks at the events of 1982 through newly-released government papers.
BBC Radio 4
17/24 Howard Stableford looks at conservation issues in some of the British Overseas Territories
Franny Armstrong looks at the explosive impact of Rachel Carson's 1962 book Silent Spring.