Jolyon Jenkins recounts a forgotten story of the Second World War.
Razia Iqbal tells the story of the first western symphony orchestra in the Gulf.
Tribute to the QE2, the most famous of the Cunard liners, which was retired to Dubai.
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Katharine Whitehorn, 84, tackles the twentysomethings facing tough life choices.
Jessica Raine reads Sean O'Brien's gothic tale set in 1930s Europe.
A service live from St Paul's Cathedral. Preacher: The Archbishop of Canterbury.
Shane Richie stars in a music drama about wannabe all-girl band Velveteens.
The provocative tale of one of the 20th century's great bohemian and literary capitals.
Peter Day visits Washington DC to see whether the regulators will licence an HIV-Aids drug
Geneticist Aarathi Prasad explores the phenomenon known as parthenogenesis or virgin birth
Jonathan Dimbleby dips into the archives of the early 1950s.
Problem-solving programme addressing listeners' questions
20 years after Iraq invaded Kuwait, Kirsty Norman tells her story of being taken hostage
Documentary exploring the Balinese new year tradition of Nyepi, a day of complete silence.
Nicholas Parsons traverses India to observe the country's enthusiasm for quizzes.
Celebrity panel game about quotations featuring questions posed by listeners