How a 1968 television special revived the career of the King of Rock and Roll.
BBC World Service
The Woodstock music festival has come to symbolise much of the idealism of the 1960s.
BBC Radio 4
For six years following the end of World War II, Japan was occupied by the US.
Colin Grant looks at the cycles of Jamaican music in Wheel and Come Again.
Shawn Fanning talks about how he founded the file sharing website Napster.
The parcel bomb attack that killed anti-apartheid activist Ruth First in 1982.
2/2 Max Flint investigates the positives of inflation - shrink mortgages and shrivel debt.
The story of the orchestra who gave the first ever concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
BBC Radio 3
3/4 Michael reports on initiatives to do without banks, including peer-to-peer lending.
South Korea's host bars - where female customers select and pay for male companions.