This collection features highlights from our trips across the globe, from traditional music that is almost never heard to stars of the future on the other side of the planet.
2/2. Jameela Siddiqi presents the second of these award winning programmes.
2/2. Andy Kershaw meets one of Iraq's top performers, Ilham Al-Madfai.
1/2. Spike fiddle player Kayhan Kalhor leads an ensemble in classic Persian music.
2/2. Simon Broughton travels across Iran meeting leading musicians from rural areas.
2/2. Lucy Duran visits Mexico's Veracruz state and Guanajuato state.
1/2. Lucy Duran discovers Tamborito drumming, Musica Tipica and “Decima” music in Panama.
2/2. Music of the Kuna Indians, Calypso and Independence Day celebrations.
1/2. Andy Kershaw explores Iraq and its music.
1/2. Lucy Duran is joined by Tran Quang Hai, returning home after 41 years in exile.
1/4. Traditional silk and bamboo ensembles perform in the old Shanghai tea-houses.
2/2. Lucy and her guides visit Saigon, the first time they have been back for 41 years.
2/4. Lucy Duran visits a Beijing park to hear Chinese opera.
1/3. Lucy Duran and Viram Jasani meet the Misra brothers on the River Ganges.
3/4. Music forbidden since the start of the Cultural Revolution.
2/3. Hand crafted sitars, authentic Qawali and the singing boys of the Rajasthan desert.
3/3. Concluding the musical tour of North India with the music of Rajasthan and Bombay.
4/4. The desert region of Xinjiang on the ancient Silk Route.
1/2. Andy visits Haiti during the turbulence of the Presidential elections.
2/2. Dancing in the Streets. Andy meets leading musicians from the Papa Doc era.
1/2. Jameela Siddiqi attends the all-night festival at the cradle of Sufi music.
1/2. The music of the Garifuna, which forms an integral part of their unique culture.
1/2. A two-part feature from this small, forgotten and isolated West African country.
2/2. The story of Manecas Costa, whose album was the first recorded in Guinea-Bissau.
1/2. The first of two programmes exploring the Indonesian gamelan.