World Music from Cuba, Congo, USA, Senegal and Belize.
This week Charlie brings you music from international vocal groups.
This week music from Mali, Cape Verde, Uganda/USA and Tanzania.
This week a selection of World Music tunes that are covers, revivals or transformations.
This week the theme of Charlie's programme is "Experiments in Spanish".
This week music by women singers celebrated in their own countries and beyond.
Contemporary and classic tracks from around the world. Playlist at bbcworldservice.com
All the 'world music hits' this week are from artists born in the Caribbean or Africa.
World Music 'hits' from around the globe.
Music from Egypt/France, Algeria, Zimbabwe, Paraguay, Trinidad/Grenada and
World music from Germany, Mexico, Trinidad, Cuba, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Haiti & Brazil
This week tracks from Orchestra Baobab, Baaba Maal, Jali Musa Jawara and Franco.
Listener tributes to Charlie plus his 2009 programme on mountain music.
BBC World Service DJ Charlie Gillett has died after a long illness at the age of 68.
Part Three of Charlie's exploration of World Music hits.
Another opportunity to hear one of Charlie's programmes of 'World Music's Greatest Hits'.
World Music ‘golden oldies’ from Egypt, Brazil, Romania, Israel and Congo/Kenya.
This week a programme devoted to singers who perform in their own, invented languages.
This week highlights from a 2009 studio session with the late Lhasa de Sela.
World music from Tunis/Algeria/Mauretania, South Korea, USA, Panama and France.
This week Charlie plays World Music from 1982.
This week Charlie plays music featuring female vocalists.
Music from some of the countries taking part in the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations.
World Music from Brazil, Nigeria, Turkey, Spain, Israel, Netherlands and India.
Charlie revisits the live concert by the German band 17 Hippies at the UK WOMAD festival.
Charlie pays tribute to some of the outstanding musicians who passed away in 2009.
World Music from South Korea, USA, India, Poland, Bulgaria and Gambia/Denmark.
Top Albums of 2009 from Congo, Greece, Czech Republic, Brazil, Japan, Angola& New Zealand.
World Music from Spain, Israel/Greece, Italy
Japan, Romania and Pakistan/France.