In 1975 a US airman announced he was gay, to test the military's attitude to homosexuals.
BBC World Service Online
5/5 Stuart Grundy tells the fascinating story of Stevie Wonder.
BBC Radio 6 Music
The truth behind the brutal trade in human trafficking in the Sinai desert
Work and business issues in BBC Wales' only business programme.
BBC Radio Wales
Allan Little chairs a special Papal edition from St Peters Square.
Miles Kington hears the voices of First World War internees recorded in the camps.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Fifty years after ISIRTA was first spawned, Bill Oddie introduces its history and hysteria
The status, responsibilities and realities of women in power around the world.
Zoologist Dr George McGavin looks at the odd, often amusing, names given to insects.
BBC Radio 4
Chris Parry uses the US Army's oral history archive to tell the history of the Iraq war.
Investigating global developments, issues and affairs.
Who's in control of individual lives at a time of huge global change? Chris Bowlby reports
2/4 Presented by Paul Farley. With poems by Jo Shapcott, James Lasdun and Simon Armitage.
BBC Radio 4 FM
One man's mission to bring fun back to the battle-scarred Swat Valley in Pakistan.
1/3 Paul Gambaccini presents the story of the Philadelphia music scene.
Sunday 10 March 2013