Composer Dan Jones celebrates sound art.
Between the Ears at 20
Sonic Art Boom - The Art of Noise
Natalie Kestecher describes a documentary fantasy about her unrealistic romantic demands.
Tim Hinman narrates a monologue about a man who wants to shut out noise pollution.
Where They Met
Sarah Boothroyd portrays a racecourse and characters who surrender themselves to chance.
She Said/He Said
Bob Carlson's dialogue between a couple about a third person who stumbled into their lives
And the Consequence Was...
Steve Urquhart presents three interwoven stories about marks left on the body.
Theme and Variations: What We Value
Considering what we value: wealth, health, liberty and happiness.
Slow Movement: Everything, Nothing, Harvey Keitel
A man struggles to meditate as he realises he is sitting next to actor Harvey Keitel.
Third Movement: Romantic Scherzo
An exploration of romantic expectations, illusions and delusions.
Final Movement: Art Values
Life model Sue Tilley features in an exploration of the value of art.
Owen Sheers's new poem explores the relationship between rugby and modern Welsh identity.
Play and Record
Poet Paul Farley imagines himself a sound recordist taping the Garden of Eden.
How Was Your Day Joe?
How can Joe, a boy on the autistic spectrum, answer a question teeming with possibilities?
Dear Mr Eliot: When Groucho Met Tom
Lenny Henry stars in a musical fantasy about TS Eliot's 1964 dinner with Groucho Marx.
A flight simulation in sound, featuring a portrait of trapeze artist Matt Costain.
Music in the Great War: Wilfred Owen - The Soldiers' Poet
Soldiers, from corporal to general, choose, read and speak about a poem by Wilfred Owen.
Feature on looking up at a blue sky, as Cathy FitzGerald meets a prisoner and a paraglider
A drama about the end of the world, as seen from a liner on a deserted sea.
More than a Desert
Poet Kate Tempest with a portrait of the Kent beach where film-maker Derek Jarman lived.
A meditation on the cultural representation of comas.
The 21-Gun Salute Suit
A documentary about one of Britain's most revered performance poets, John Cooper Clarke.
The Simpson Ferrograph
The story behind a set of audio recordings from the 1950s discovered on reel-to-reel tapes
A new radio poem by Lemn Sissay featuring five women's audio diaries of pregnancy.
School for Harmonicas
Kim Addonizio meets the world's top blues harmonica aficionados in Trossingen, Germany.
Into the Valley
Mark Burman presents an audio portrait of the Monument Valley region.
Kafka-inspired drama about a young man seeking advice from a series of self-help experts.
The Scrapbook: Memoirs of a Forensic Investigator
Matt Thompson profiles former forensic investigator Jack Sturiano.
Wake Up Baby
An exploration of the sometimes unsettling world of 'reassuring' technology.
Poem sequence by Sean Borodale centring on bees and the hive. With the voice of Bellatrix.
We Are Writing a Poem about Home
A radio poem from Kate Clanchy and the Very Quiet Foreign Girls.
The Dhammazedi Bell
Juxtaposing the legendary largest bell in the world and Myanmar's November 2015 elections.
Alice at Crackpot Hall
The truth behind the story of a wild child found roaming at Crackpot Hall in Swaledale.
White Rabbits in Sussex
How an amateur production of Alice Through the Looking Glass became a psychedelic record.
Yuletide in the Land of Ice and Fire
Poet and author Gerdur Kristny explores Iceland's Christmas myths.
Return to Brigg Fair
Jim Moray on the meeting of composer Percy Grainger and farm bailiff Joseph Taylor.
The Three Second Rule
To see why the relaxed brain is happiest, artist Susan Aldworth slides inside a scanner.
First Find Your Tree
Feature about violin maker Andrea Ortona's work creating a copy of a Guarneri Kemp violin.
Inside Radio Alwan
An exiled Syrian radio station in Istanbul provides a lifeline for its listeners in Syria.
Seelonce, Seelonce: A Call for Help
An exploration of the history and the development of the language of the call for help.
The Impossible Book
Drama about a writer suffering hallucinations on a train travelling through time and space
A Beastly Midsummer Night
Drama about a family of four exploring the magic of a Norfolk wood on midsummer night.
The second of Glenn Gould's three sound documentaries, to mark Canada Day 2016.
The Mind's Eye
Soundscapes exploring how personal experience influences our mind's eye.
A recreation in sound and music of the final descent of freediver Natalia Molchanova.
The instruments of a string ensemble are physically deconstructed as they play Beethoven.
Tomorrow Never Knew
Documentary following people whose lives were punctuated by the music of The Beatles.
Rain, Alice Oswald's radio poem, commissioned in 2016 for Radio 3's 70th anniversary.
Tower of Babel
Robert Wilson's impressionistic interpretation of the story of the Tower of Babel.
Innovative adaptation of Frederick Forsyth's haunting classic aviation Christmas tale.
Between the Essays
A musical suite of innovative radio features from around the world.
The Enemy Within
An intimate exploration of living with a partner who returns home traumatised by war.
Sounds Like She
A musical exploration by transgender women of voice and gender.
Danu - Dead Flows the Don
David Bramwell confronts his fear of water, exploring the history of the river Don.
Second Side Up - a Life Captured in Radio
Documentary about an aspiring disc jockey who turned his life into a cassette radio show.
Water Towers of New York
A soundscape centring on the water tanks atop some of New York City's tall buildings.
A sound portrait in which artist Graeme Miller captures the poetry of the landline.
On Imaginary Media
Radiophonic drama exploring the irrational beliefs we project onto new technologies.
Give Me Space Below My Feet
Is it possible to take 93-year-old mountaineer Gwen Moffat climbing again?
Inside the disturbing world of solitary confinement, the prison within a prison.
The ferocious Gaelic game of hurling meets the gentle craft of the hurley stick maker.
The Shanty Boat
Frogs, storms and fireworks on the river with a modern day US Huck Finn-style anarchist.
Between the Ears: The Plot for Karl Marx
Alan Dein explores Karl Marx's journey from corpse to bronze monolith.
A poetic meditation on physicist Ronald Drever and the search for Gravitational Waves.
A Cow a Day
A meditative journey within the sonic backdrop of the ancient Indian city of Varanasi.
Young children listen to classic film soundtracks and invent original stories.
In Praise of Shadows
Nick Luscombe explores the sonic landscape of Junichiro Tanizaki's 'In Praise of Shadows'.
The Sheep of Art
Writer Chris Stewart knows a thing or two about sheep. Alexandra Harris knows art. Baa!
Right Between the Ears
Haunted by noises heard whilst undergoing surgery, Ken Hollings searches for primal sound.
Binaural documentary on an anthropologist's quest to live with an uncontacted tribe.
The NHS Symphony
The rhythms of life in the NHS captured in immersive stereo and specially composed music.
Miss Birdie's Letter
Poet Karen McCarthy Woolf is on the trail of a letter sent to her Jamaican grandmother
The Last Elfdalians
A journey through the mysteries of the endangered Swedish forest language: Elfdalian.
The Milk Way
A radiophonic poem following the flow of milk east out of Wales while the land flows west.
The In-Between Land
The magical North Pennines landscape of deaf shepherd-poet Josephine Dickinson
Message from the Moon
On a journey to the Moon, astronauts reflect on creation, God and our place in the cosmos.
Singing, Not Drowning
Can the world’s greatest swimming instructor teach a terrified 57-year-old to swim?
How the music of Janacek and a letter from the BBC saves the Hollander family from Nazism.
Container Ship Karaoke
19,000 containers can be poor company on a voyage. Time for some karaoke!
The Virtually Melodic Cave
Between the Ears: The Virtually Melodic Cave
A signalman on a remote railway line is visited by a traveller. By Ross Sutherland.
Andrew Davies on Sanditon, Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, the literature of citizen and state
Andrew Davies on his television dramatisation of Jane Austen's unfinished novel Sanditon
Get involved in Shropshire's arts, culture and community events with inspiration you need.
Behind the scenes at Shakespeare's Rose Theatre, singer songwriter Tiffany Twisted & photographer Elspeth Mary Moore
Ionica Adriana dives into the feast of arts and culture on offer in North Yorkshire.
Murad Subay: The walls remember
When war broke out in Yemen, Murad Subay painted murals on the bullet-marked buildings
Celeste Ng - Everything I Never Told You
Chinese-American writer Celeste Ng talks to Lawrence Pollard about her bestselling novel.