How a London school sports teacher changed the life of the Somali-born Olympic champion.
BBC World Service Online
12/13 Wink Martindale looks back on Elvis's touring schedule in the 1970s.
BBC Radio 6 Music
2/4 Poet Paul Henry looks at how Felix Mendelssohn was inspired by a journey to Wales. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
1/2 Claire Bolderson looks at the potential of Americas fastest growing minority.
It is 30 years since a teenage Indian woman spread fear in the North East of the country.
2/24 Brett Westwood looks at ways to allow bats to fly free in an increasingly urbanised land.
BBC Radio 4
3/5 Exploring how this song from the 1870s continues to touch people's lives across the world.
2/10 Juliet Gardiner looks into the mysterious divining ceremonies of the Druids.
1/6 Nina Garthwaite presents mini-documentaries with stories of lifelines.
1/4 Michael Portillo uncovers a violent precursor to the dignified 1936 Jarrow March. (R)
Claire Bolderson asks if Latinos are the key to a reborn USA.
Cameron Stout with an entertaining and enlightening celebration of Scotland's history.
BBC Radio Scotland
13/13 Wink Martindale looks back on Elvis's death and the reaction to it.
Wednesday 12 September 2012