2/3 David Nobbs talks about his comedy career.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/2 Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Sandi Toksvig visits the library where you borrow a person instead of a book.
Record producer Tony Visconti celebrates Blondie's classic 1979 single Heart of Glass.
2/5 Andrew Eames recalls taking the Orient Express train to Istanbul.
1/3 Mitch Benn explores his comedy connections to the story of Bob Dylan.
2/4 Peter Jackson recalls how the Dragons missed out on a championship semi-final. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Francis Pryor meets Stuart Wilson, who bought the land covering a lost medieval Welsh town
An exploration of the meaning of sacrifice to mark the centenary of World War One (R)
BBC World Service
Gerald Scarfe explores the activity of the Walt Disney Studio during World War Two.
BBC Radio 4
8/10 Why do societies around the world mark the point when a child should become an adult?
The historical ideas that influenced the Third Reich and Hitler's 'dark charisma'.
3/5 Retracing the crime writer's journey, Andrew Eames stops off for a steam bath in Damascus.
5/5 Michael Robinson concludes his series with a discussion on work in the future. (R)
Nick Baker explores how humans like to consume culture, away from the PR. (R)
3/3 David Nobbs talks about his comedy career.
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How technology - and two billion extra mouths to feed - will change our food in future.
Science writer Stuart Clark explores the relationship between scientists and computers. (R)
3/3 Misha Glenny explores the ambitious targets of Italian warmongers in the First World War. (R)
2/2 Andy Peebles presents a profile of the American writers and producers.
Producer Tony Visconti explores the Boomtown Rats's 1979 release I Don't Like Mondays.
A young man disappears on a night out in Antwerp.Where did he go and how could he vanish? (R)