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David Goldblatt discovers how one snowless Yorkshire city turned out Olympic skiers.
DJ Annie Nightingale looks at how Northern Soul music has become popular in Japan.
The extraordinary story of the day an epic Holocaust documentary was premiered in Israel.
Short documentaries and adventures in sound presented by Josie Long
Peter Curran on Northern Ireland's burgeoning film industry.
Examining government plans to tackle the activities of non-violent extremists.
Ruby Turner tells the extraordinary story of gospel musician Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
BBC Amateur Scientist Ruth Brooks looks at how animals navigate, from cats to pigeons.
Tulip Mazumdar finds young people in Japan rejecting intimacy and a population in decline.
Lee Mack uncovers a unique insight into actor Sid James's lesser-known work.
Steph McGovern presents a two-part series on the global history of silk
Robert Sandall investigates the impact and legacy of punk.
Simon Schama offers some context for the destruction of antiquities in Syria and Iraq.
Simon Singh takes a quirky look at some of the most important numbers in mathematics.
John Simpson reports from Afghanistan and asks how things have gone wrong.
Caroline Nin listens to those drawn to sing the music of the legendary French performer.
Sam Lee marks the 90th anniversary of cellist Beatrice Harrison's duet with a nightingale.
Rosemary Hill uncovers the hidden history of Sir John Soane's museum in London.
The story of the glamorous woman who invented broadcast evangelism.
Julia Hobsbawm investigates the idea that we are all connected by only six links.
How can you make it in the global economy? Meet those who have made it & those trying.
Dr John Wright records his work in setting up an Ebola centre to serve Moyamba junction.
Tim Montgomerie reflects on the largely forgotten Collect for Holy Innocents day.
As Dr Mark Porter's waistline increases, he puts his body mass index, or BMI, to the test.
Paul Mason visits Manila to assess the benefits of life in the world's poorest slums.
Kate Williams explores the history and development of the modern winning smile.
Amber Marks explores the science of olfactory detection.
Cathy FitzGerald tries to rescue the Wicked Queen from the mirror's spell.
The exorcism business is booming - Jolyon Jenkins asks if and why demonism is on the rise.
How the power of the news media is used as a global government tool for influence
Astronomer Lucie Green looks at the dangers a solar superstorm could pose to us on Earth.
Santanu Das tells the story of the Indian soldiers who served the Empire in WWI.
From Sheffield to South Carolina, Johny Pitts explores alternative Black British identity.
Richard Langham Smith on the songs Debussy wrote for his muse Madame Vasnier.
Reem Kelani explores the role of music in the Egyptian revolution of early 2011.
Marie-Louise Muir explores the tradition of keening for the dead in Ireland.
Bluegrass in the Cotswolds at the Sore Fingers Summer School.
Series about pieces of music with a powerful emotional impact
Science broadcaster Professor Trevor Cox explores the science of aural architecture.
Series of programmes exploring film music
Tim Marlow explores the kinds of sounds and music that influence an artist's art and work.
Sound designer Glenn Freemantle, who worked on Gravity, commemorates the first spacewalk.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents a series of audio postcards.
Roger Law, co-creator of Spitting Image, discovers South Africa's satirical puppets.
A spoken word concept album linking space and music.
Neal Razzell reports on Spain's economic crisis, which has hit bullfighting hard.
Clap those hands, stamp those feet! Chris Stewart goes on the trail of flamenco in Granada
Mitch Benn investigates the history of slap bass and even tries to learn the technique.
Ute Lemper explores the political and musical legacy of Mack the Knife composer Kurt Weill
Miranda Sawyer looks at one of music's most distinctive artists Siouxsie and the Banshees.