The global impact of Japan's nuclear crisis on an energy source that was making a comeback
BBC World Service
Neal Razzell travels to Albania, where they're getting rid of an explosive legacy
1/2 Leading poets contemplate the role of poetry in their country
1/2 Adam Rutherford investigates some recent and historical scientific misdemeanours.
BBC Radio 4
Hannah Barnes explores how the revival of Hebrew continues to divide world Jewry
Is it the end of the road for the computer revolution? Roland Pease investigates
Animals, insects and corpses were once put on trial - but why and how?
1/3 Michael Blastland goes to Athens, where economics as a discipline began.
1/2 The engineers and astronomers approach the biggest milestone in their 20-year project.
Fran Abrams investigates the corruption that lay behind the Mubarak regime.