4/5 Andrew Martin looks to the skies, to those rumblings that always discombobulate him.
5/5 Jon Adams compares the work of modern comic book enthusiasts to ancient biblical scholars.
4/5 Zoe Norridge ask why photos of Africa fix perceptions of the continent at its worst times.
3/5 Alexandra Harris explores the history of artificial light through literary sources.
2/5 Shahidha Bari examines the ideas behind the founding of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra.
1/5 Philip Roscoe asks whether our expectations of the lone entrepreneur are unrealistic.
Poet Paul Farley explores how the River Dee has inspired the imagination of writers.
5/5 Poet and writer Paul Farley explores why a bittern can sound like reggae.
4/5 Bird song recordist Geoff Sample explores whether birds sings symphonically.
3/5 Composer Edward Cowie shares his enthusiasm for lyre and bell birds.