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From Burning Man to Nyege Nyege: How music festivals change culture
We explore the world of music festivals from Uganda's Nyege Nyege to Burning Man
Art of the Hong Kong and Sudan protests
Stories of artists creating work following protests in Hong Kong, Sudan and the Balkans.
Toni Morrison: Power in prose and poetry
A tribute to Toni Morrison and we explore the work of poets from Puerto Rico and Ukraine.
Zere, ZVUK and Central Asia’s bold new voices
The stories of Zere, Dimash and ZVUK some of Central Asia bold new artistic voices.
Murad Subay: The walls remember
When war broke out in Yemen, Murad Subay painted murals on the bullet-marked buildings
Kit Kat: a provocative new drama about climate change
The radio premiere of Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir's play Kit Kat recorded in Edinburgh
Kano: Finding truth through music
The musician Kano on how his new album reflects life in Britain today.
The Aboriginal Comedy All Stars and Mojo Juju
We explore comedy, literature, music and film from Australia’s aboriginal communities
How to fix the world of fashion
Can we solve humanitarian and environmental challenges through sustainable fashion?
Corsak and the changing culture of China
We reflect on China’s cultural change through the eyes of its writers, poets & musicians
Aida Muluneh: Can you change lives through art?
Three international artists discuss whether art can create social and political change
Gavin Hood and Katharine Gun: How we made Official Secrets
The story behind the making of Official Secrets
The street photographers reframing Africa
Profiling photographers who are capturing Africa’s optimism, dynamism and diversity
Zeruya Shalev: Why I write
Zeruya Shalev on how being injured in a Jerusalem suicide bombing shaped her latest novel
Bahara Golestani: From child refugee to TV star
Afghan actress Bahara Golestani on her journey from fleeing a war zone to being a TV star
How Germany reunified on the dance floor
Artists reflect on the cultural legacy of the fall of the Berlin wall
Why We Need New News: Being Human Festival Research
Shahidha Bari looks at news past and present from hangings to updating TV news bulletins.
The Weimar Years
Author Katie Sutton looks at sexuality in the Weimar Republic.
Mothers and fathers without babies.
Sarah Brett with late night discussion on the issues and stories that matter to you.
Damian Le Bas & Amy Liptrott
The Romany writer and broadcaster Damian Le Bas and author Amy Liptrot choose a good read