Mike heads to Barcelona to ask why climate change talks are slow, and he honours the bike
BBC World Service
Youssou N’Dour, the man who makes music to benefit Africa.
Assignment hears harrowing eye-witness accounts of a massacre in Guinea.
1/3 Mike Wooldridge investigates extreme poverty, meeting Justa in Nicaragua, whose life ha...
Michael Robinson examines the latest tricks which some banks are using to increase profits
BBC Radio 4
3/5 In their valedictories, diplomats recount the hardships of foreign service.
1/2 Professor Steve Jones challenges the new science of evolutionary psychology.
Gordon Corera takes an unprecedented look inside Britain's Secret Intelligence Service,...
Mike continues his listener tour, chats about Bob Dylan and looks at making green money.
1/2 The story of teenagers, born as a result of war rape in Bosnia.