BBC Programme Afghanistan
Afghanistan: Is It Mission Impossible?
Eddie Mair chairs a debate about the continuing western involvement in Afghanistan.
Afternoon Play - 3000
Dramatisation of the experiences a displaced 15-year-old Afghan boy who arrives in London.
Afternoon Play - English in Afghanistan
By Ryan Craig. Two British soldiers embark on a perilous quest to retrieve a love letter.
Afternoon Play - In a Land Far Away
By Andy Macdonald. A British soldier in Afghanistan struggles to show his emotions.
Afternoon Play - The Night Horse
By Catrin Clarke. A mother and daughter wait for a soldier to come back from Afghanistan.
America, Empire of Liberty - Iraq and the 'Axis of Evil'
The 9/11 attacks propel President Bush and America in to wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Analysis - Who Are The Taliban?
Edward Stourton discovers what a negotiated peace with the Taliban would really mean.
Andrew Peach - 23/03/2010
Cpl Richard Green's father pays tribute to his son,on the day of his son's funeral.
Anthropology at War
Mark Whitaker reports on the US army's embedding of anthropologists with combat brigades.
Between Ourselves - Series 4 - Episode 2
Two soldiers who were injured abroad discuss the impact of their injuries.
Book of the Week - The Junior Officer's Reading Club - Bandanas, Shades and Penguin Classics
Hennessey is at a tea party, on a dam, in the middle of a war.
Book of the Week - The Junior Officer's Reading Club - Cleaning Your Room
Rumour becomes reality and the Guards head to Iraq.
Book of the Week - The Junior Officer's Reading Club - Marking Time and Making Friends
With war raging around him, Hennessey wonders how he arrived in Afghanistan.
Book of the Week - The Junior Officer's Reading Club - The Road to Sangin
Battle contact, so long anticipated, proves satisfying and Operation Silicon is a success.
Book of the Week - The Junior Officer's Reading Club - Tower, Windsor, Buck and Jimmys
Hennessey is commissioned into the Grenadier Guards.
Capturing America: Mark Lawson's History of Modern American Literature - Small Wars
How authors have reflected US foreign policy from Vietnam to 9/11.
Case Notes - Military Medicine
Dr Mark Porter visits Selly Oak Hospital, treating the soldiers injured in Afghanistan.
Crossing Continents - Afghanistan
Lyse Doucet reports on the US army's new counter-insurgency strategy in Afghanistan.
Digital Planet - 25/08/2009
Afghan elections online, Cybermentors, Iranian computer games, Italian wine technology
Dominic King - Bill Treeby and sons found guilty of murder and Hastings Pier
Dom hears Bill Treeby and his sons are found guilty of murdering relative Jack Treeby.
Dominic King - Folkestone stabbing, Piers Hopson and Crawley Town FC
A ninth arrest is made in connection with a fatal stabbing in Folkestone on 24 January.
Dominic King - The release of Paul and Rachel Chandler
Dominic King talks to experts about Paul and Rachel Chandler hostage ordeal.
Escape from the Dust
Sunday Herald foreign editor David Pratt follows an American helicopter rescue squad.
Excess Baggage - 29/05/2010
John McCarthy explores the Persian world and the development of tourism in Libya.
Feedback - 17/07/2009
Today editor Ceri Thomas discusses BBC coverage of Afghanistan.
File on 4 - 02/02/2010
What is being done to tackle the threat of improvised explosive devices in Afghanistan.
File on 4 - Troops trauma
Is there a hidden epidemic of mental illness among soldiers who've served in Afghanistan?
Friday Play - Last Night, Another Soldier
Gripping portrayal of life on the frontline in Afghanistan by the bestselling Andy McNab.
From Fact to Fiction - Series 7 - What is the Custom of Your Grief?
Writer Timberlake Wertenbaker creates a fictional response to the week's news.
From Our Own Correspondent - 03/04/2010
Foreign correspondents provide colour and background to the world's news stories.
From Our Own Correspondent - 13/02/2010
Kate Adie presents stories from Afghanistan, South Africa, the West Bank, Turkey and more.
From Our Own Correspondent - 16/01/2010
Reports from Haiti, Angola, Afghanistan, Syria and Venezuela. Presented by Kate Adie.
From Our Own Correspondent - 21/01/2010
Kate Adie introduces BBC foreign correspondents with the stories behind the headlines.
Front Row - 07/01/2010
Biopic Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll, Jonathen Lethem, Lucy Bailey and Andrew Thompson.
Front Row - 20/04/2009
Max Hastings reviews State of Play; The Sun's online radio station; Afghanistan on stage.
Has the Taliban Won in Afghanistan?
Eddie Mair chairs a debate on the progress of the conflict in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
How to Build... - Britain's Secret Engineers
Workers at British defence contractor QinetiQ reveal some of their secretive projects.
In Living Memory - Series 11 - The Afghan Crisis
Jolyon Jenkins talks to those involved in the UK's longest plane hijack, in February 2000.
Into the Gap - Episode 2
Lemn discovers exotic tales from Africa and an arranged marriage in operation.
It Happened Here - Lancaster House
Peter Hennessy visits Lancaster House, the location of deals on Zimbabwe and Afghanistan.