The athletes with learning disabilities, competing in the Paralympics after a 12 year ban.
BBC World Service Online
Matt McGrath investigates how cheating will be caught in the Paralympic Games.
The year the England cricket captain said he was going to make the West Indies "grovel".
1/3 Edward Stourton explores the history, religion and the mythology of the Bosphorus.
2/3 Paul Jones presents a series profiling Antoine 'Fats' Domino.
BBC Radio 6 Music
4/6 Amanda Vickery explores the virile poster boy of British manhood.
BBC Radio 4
The Great Train Robbery of 1963, when thieves stole more than £2 million.
Tony looks at Social and Working Men's Clubs as many struggle to stay afloat.
BBC Radio Leicester
The story of the Isle of Man's innovative leisure complex and the fire that destroyed it.
Gareth Mitchell meets one of the world's best wheelchair rugby teams.
1/5 At HMP Brixton, prisoners write poems to their younger selves and to those at risk.
Carolyn Hitt traces the history of Wales's elite sportsmen and women with disabilities.
BBC Radio Wales
193/216 The 19th century saw reform, industrialisation and a mass exodus to new territories.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The life story of Ted Lewis, author of the novel which became the popular film Get Carter.
2/5 Roy Noble looks back at the career of Alun Williams.
BBC Radio Wales FM
Fionola Meredith goes in search of writer Helen Waddell, once known as 'Ulster's Darling'. (R)
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Michael Goldfarb looks at the history of federalism, and its successes and failures.
Bernie Taupin discusses the creative impulses behind his partnership with Elton John. (R)
BBC Radio 2
1/4 Mica Paris tells the story of Prince, the singer, songwriter and musician.
3/3 Paul Jones concludes a series profiling rock 'n' roll and R'n'B star Antoine 'Fats' Domino
Tuesday 28 August 2012