BBC Programme Africa
A History of the World in 100 Objects - Making Us Human (2,000,000 - 9000 BC) - Olduvai Stone Chopping Tool
Two million years ago in Tanzania, a chipped stone marked the emergence of modern humans.
Africa at 50 - Episode 1
Robin Denselow reports from Nigeria 50 years after the country gained its independence.
Business Daily - The Cost of Corruption
The man who fought corruption in Nigeria and was forced to flee, says he plans to return.
Business Weekly - Greece and Africa
The man accused of fiddling the figures in Greece. The cost of Africa's financial crisis.
Conversation Zone - Conversations with Musicians
Chris Kane introduces a collection of conversations with musicians.
Crossing Continents - A Journey Without Maps
Humphrey Hawksley retraces an extraordinary journey undertaken by Graham Greene.
Crossing Continents - Southern Sudan
Grant Ferrett investigate claims that Sudan is sliding back to civil war.
Crossing Continents - The Kingdom of Kids
A report from Swaziland, where children are learning to read and write in informal schools
David Attenborough's Life Stories - Giant Birds
The largest egg known to have existed was laid in Madagascar.
Digital Planet - 01/09/2009
Vint Cerf Pt 1, technology in neuro-rehabilitation, internet dating in Africa & India
Digital Planet - 12/05/2009
Microsoft vs open source in Africa, the man with a camera in his eye, Evernote memory tool
Digital Planet - 14/04/2009
Earthquake technology, Obama's tech policy, WhereCampAfrica & part 2 of our Woz interview.
Digital Planet - 16/09/2008
Super HI vision TV, tracking polio in Kenya, Spore computer game
Digital Planet - 20/01/2009
Underground police radio, a visit to Nepal's wifi network, digital soil map for Africa
Digital Planet - 23/12/2008
Tracking Somalian pirates, Kenyan IT centre, car crime in Brazil, how to hack your iPod
Digital Planet - 31/03/2009 - WWW's 20th birthday
Africa broadband, Tim Berners-Lee, great firewall of China and galaxy zoo.
Excess Baggage - 06/03/2010
Sandi Toksvig looks at Chad, Jewish communities in India and alien environments on earth.
Excess Baggage - 06/06/2009
John McCarthy looks at boats on the Aegean Sea, French waterways and Lake Malawi.
Excess Baggage - 16/01/2010
John McCarthy investigates women's roles in Ghana and Uzbekistan and education in Africa.
Excess Baggage - 27/03/2010
Sandi Toksvig talks about travel in Tanzania in a programme direct from Dar es Salaam.
Excess Baggage - 30/05/2009
John McCarthy looks at the very earliest days of man's travel and little-known Surinam.
Food Fights - Episode 1
Bill Law visits Kenya to weigh up the pros and cons of agricultural super projects.
Food Programme - Indigenous Veg
What price the loss of indigenous vegetables in Africa? Sheila Dillon finds out.
From Our Own Correspondent - 06/03/2010
Kate Adie introduces BBC foreign correspondents with the stories behind the headlines.
Global Echoes - A Griot in Cropredy
A world of music in Oxfordshire with Marcos.
Global Echoes - Jon Snow, Duck Baker and Carnatic music
Jon Snow shares his passion for world music and Marcos meets legend Duck Baker in Oxford.
In Our Time - Africa
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the roots of Africa's current political and social crises.
In Our Time - Camus
The life ad work of the Algerian-French writer and philosopher, Albert Camus.
In Our Time - Carthage's Destruction
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Destruction of Carthage
In Our Time - Heart of Darkness
Melvyn Bragg discusses Joseph Conrad’s novel, Heart of Darkness.
In Our Time - The Library of Alexandria
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Library of Alexandria.
Inside the Elephant Mind
On the African plains, science reveals the secret agility of the elephant mind.
Into the Gap - Episode 2
Lemn discovers exotic tales from Africa and an arranged marriage in operation.
Last Chance for Africa's Elephants?
How can science can stop an upsurge in the slaughter of African elephants for their ivory?
Midge Ure travels to Cape Town to meet a group of young township musicians.
Nature - Series 3 - In Search of Jenny
The search to find the first gorilla brought out of Africa to live in captivity.
Open Book - 21/06/2009
Mariella Frostrup talks to Hari Kunzru, Giles Foden, Patrick Neate and Katherine Howe.
Open Book - 26/04/2009
Mariella Frostrup talks to Hilary Mantel about her interest in Thomas Cromwell.
Profile - Jacob Zuma
Chris Bowlby profiles ANC leader Jacob Zuma.
Radio 4 Appeal - ACE Africa
Sir Trevor McDonald appeals on behalf of ACE Africa.