3/5 Trish Cooke explores the importance of children's books reflecting different cultures.
BBC Radio 3
8/30 Clare reveals that sport was the glue that helped keep the British Empire together.
BBC Radio 4
2/5 Anne Fine gives a feminist view of the nostalgia for our favourite childhood books.
As scientists alter viruses to make potentially deadly mutations, is the public at risk?
Bricklayer's son, ragtime pianist, major philanthropist: the lost story of Walter Harding.
On 7 February 1985 a US drug enforcement agent was abducted in Guadalajara.
BBC World Service
7/30 Clare Balding looks at the era when footballers were gentlemen, both on and off the pitch.
2/5 Exploration of the haunting melancholy of Gresford, the Miners' Hymn, by Robert Saint.
1/5 Anthony Horowitz explores family dysfunction through Roald Dahl's Matilda.
2/3 Mark explores the relationship between the public and the police.