India is under a month away from hosting the Commonwealth games. Will they pull it off?
BBC Asian Network
2/2 The lawyers trying to get justice and freedom amidst the chaos of Uganda's legal system
BBC World Service
How one of the world's oldest churches made a come-back after Communism.
India's Commonwealth Games have come at a high price for the poorer inhabitants of Delhi.
Examining the environmental and political fallout from the world's biggest oil spill
1/2 Will computers end the mystique of chess?
Vivienne Parry reports on new research into tackling muscle wastage
3/5 Dramatist and singer Lizzie Nunnery recalls growing up in Liverpool.
BBC Radio 3
Nick Hunt follows recession-hit migrant Indian workers in Dubai back to their villages.
BBC Radio 4
2/5 Poet and essayist Jeremy Hooker discusses his early life spent on the south coast.