2/2. Jameela Siddiqi presents the second of these award winning programmes.
1/2. The music of the Garifuna, which forms an integral part of their unique culture.
2/2. From the brothels of Kolkata to the tantric philosophers of rural Bengal.
Dan Saladino travels to a country now considered to be an undiscovered food gem, Georgia.
Spain's current economic crisis is seeing the return of flamenco as a form of protest.
Andy Kershaw with the father of Iraqi Maqam music, Haj Hashim Al Rajab.
A night out in the Latino suburbs with the mariachis of Boyle Heights, East LA.
Lucy Duran visits in Baku for the World Routes Academy 2013, which focuses on Azerbaijan.
Neil MacGregor explores religion and politics in South East Asia - through a shadow puppet
Charles Hazlewood reveals how dance music has inspired great works.
Lucy Duran travels to Shanghai to find out what remains there of traditional Chinese music
Clap those hands, stamp those feet! Chris Stewart goes on the trail of flamenco in Granada
Charles Hazlewood and quintet, Tango Volcano explore the world of the tango.
1/3. Lucy Duran and Viram Jasani meet the Misra brothers on the River Ganges.
4/4. The desert region of Xinjiang on the ancient Silk Route.
Lucy Duran explores the music of the Uyghur people in China's Xinjian Province.
2/2. Lucy and her guides visit Saigon, the first time they have been back for 41 years.
In Uganda, Lucy Duran visits Kidinda to meet the Akadinda ('organic' xylophone) players.
The dance that seduced the world
Page 1 of 2