BBC Radio Ulster links up with RTE Radio 1 to listen to the Dawn Chorus.
BBC Radio Ulster
Stuart Maconie looks back at the pioneering work of the British Electric Foundation.
BBC Radio 6 Music
How Britain's other secret service, MI9, ensured daring escapes of WWII prisoners.
BBC Radio 4
A gripping true story of poetry, murder and the art of forgery.
The mass graves of the victims of the sinking of the Lusitania in Cork.
Professor Joanna Bourke asks where we find the words to express pain.
3/3 How the harrowing effects of WWI became apparent in art, music and poetry.
2/2 American writer and satirist PJ O’Rourke gives his unique take on the British election
BBC World Service
Martin Fry discusses ABC's 1982 debut.
10/10 How innovations in design and changing social tastes mean the bike is back in fashion.
BBC Radio 4 Extra