Ernie Rea and guests discuss the effects of globalisation on religion.
Professor Ali Mazrui explores the conflicts between African and Western cultures.
Paul Seabright discusses why globalization makes people anxious about trade.
Homogenisation of US life and why California leads in creating new social legislation.
David Cannadine argues that dividing peoples according to their civilisation is nonsense.
Helen Mark hears why Dorset was used as a laboratory by the arts group Common Ground.
Melvyn Bragg examines how a dominant power can exert a cultural influence on its empire.
Aleks looks at how different cultures combat the homogenising effects of technology.
Aditya Chakrabortty investigates the origins and impact of the word diversity.
Mya-Rose Craig, aka Birdgirl talks to Rhiane Fatinikun about increasing diversity outdoors
Mya-Rose Craig, aka Birdgirl talks to Zakiya Mckenzie about increasing diversity outdoors.
Jeffrey Richards on the impact of the BBC radio programme on the lives of ordinary people.
Richard Uridge explores the Edgelands around Manchester.
Jim O'Neill asks if new challenges mean an end to the era of globalisation.
Professor Anthony Giddens examines the ways globalisation has affected our lives.
Crystal Mahey-Morgan discusses Marlon James' recent comments on diversity in publishing.
Professor Ralf Dahrendorf discusses the concept of difference and averages.
Dr Vandana Shiva examines the impact of globalisation on the lives of ordinary people.
Harvard philosopher Michael Sandel asks if a citizen of the world is a citizen of nowhere
Black, gay, female and farming - celebrating diverse food grown by diverse people.
Film director and screenwriter Sally El Hosaini meets the writer Iain Sinclair.
Jeffrey Sachs talks about the need for international cooperation to achieve peace.
Alistair Cooke discusses the protests against the World Trade Organisation convention.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Professor Arnold Toynbee considers the psychological effects of culture.
Travel writer Ian Marchant investigates 'psychogeography'.
Why only 4% of new British children's books last year featured a BAME character