Millions of young people worldwide are unemployed - are we creating a lost generation?
BBC World Service
Angela Saini explores the revolution taking place in the streets beneath our feet.
Alison Finch meets one of Ireland's last traditional matchmakers.
Why are there so few Black clergy in the Church of England?
1/5 Ivan Hewett talks to conductor Jonathan Cohen about the optimistic key of A Major.
BBC Radio 4
3/3 Allan examines new resentments and divisions within the EU exposed by the crisis.
Rob Walker investigates what’s happened to Equatorial Guinea's oil money.
Writer Ayeesha Menon explores India's love affair with Charles Dickens.
1/8 Will begins looks at some of the most personal royal images in the Royal Collection.
5/5 Michael Rosen considers the changing role of the family in children's literature.
BBC Radio 3