BBC Programme India
A Good Read - 07/07/2009
Kate Mosse talks to actor Clive Swift and Thought for the Day contributor Indarjit Singh.
A History of the World in 100 Objects - Empire Builders (300 BC - 1 AD) - Pillar of Ashoka
Neil MacGregor on the life and legacy of the great Indian ruler Ashoka.
A Legend Before Slumdog
Navid Akhtar examines the career of Oscar-winning Slumdog Millionaire composer AR Rahman.
Afternoon Play - The Thali Revolution
In Bettina Gracias's inspiring story, local Indian women protest using their cooking tins.
Afternoon Play - Torchwood -
On the trail of a dangerous energy field, Torchwood are led to Delhi, and Torchwood India.
Afternoon Reading - EM Forster Short Stories - The Obelisk
A chance encounter leads an unhappily married couple to find solace in forbidden ways.
Big in Bangalore, Big in Beijing - Episode 1
Rajan Datar follows Iron Maiden to India to seek out opportunities for western music.
Sarfraz Manzoor meets the musicians who worked with George Harrison in India in 1968.
Book of the Week - For All the Tea in China - Episode 1
In 1848 the East India Company engages a Scottish plant hunter to steal the secrets of tea
Business Daily - Can Sri Lanka attract new investors?
Can Sri Lanka attract new outside investment after the arrest of its opposition leader?
Classic Serial - The Siege of Krishnapur - Episode 1
By JG Farrell. It is 1857 and British rule in India is under threat from mutineers.
Classic Serial - The Siege of Krishnapur - Episode 2
Swamped with civilians, the Collector is unsure how much longer his defences can hold out.
Costing the Earth - Cleaning Up the Ganges
Tom Heap visits the holy Ganges river to discover if India's life source can ever be clean
Crossing Continents - Bihar
David Goldblatt reports from a small town in India that is nurturing academic excellence.
Crossing Continents - Delhi
Who are the winners and the losers as Delhi rebuilds itself for the Commonwealth Games?
Crossing Continents - India's Red Belt
Alpa Shah gains rare access to an Indian community controlled by the Maoist movement.
Crossing Continents - Palliative Care in India
Linda Pressly travels to Kerala to examine the silent revolution in palliative care.
Digital Planet - 01/09/2009
Vint Cerf Pt 1, technology in neuro-rehabilitation, internet dating in Africa & India
Digital Planet - 02/09/2008 - 7th Birthday Edition
We look back to our 1st edition in 2001, new browser games, Scrabulous, Mali net problems
Digital Planet - 07/04/2009
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Daisyphone music app, and high-tech ambulances in India.
Digital Planet - 21/04/2009
Pirate Bay, Indian elections, future of radio, Frictions digital art
Excess Baggage - 06/03/2010
Sandi Toksvig looks at Chad, Jewish communities in India and alien environments on earth.
Excess Baggage - 13/06/2009
John McCarthy looks at Delhi - a city of contrasts - and how pale ale got to India.
Excess Baggage - 18/07/2009
Sandi Toksvig explores London's City Wall and 'laughter yoga' in Mumbai.
Excess Baggage - 22/08/2009
Sandi Toksvig travels to India, Egypt and Iraq.
Excess Baggage - 26/09/2009
John McCarthy talks to William Dalrymple about mysticism in modern India.
Face the Facts - India's City of Tomorrow
John Waite reports from India on a controversial development involving Oxford University.
Food Programme - Chefs' Choices Number 1: Indian Meat Pickle
Cyrus Todiwala gets to work with spices, herbs and his very own Indian meat pickle.
From Our Own Correspondent - 11/03/2010
Kate Adie introduces BBC foreign correspondents with the stories behind the headlines.
From Our Own Correspondent - 11/07/2009
Bridget Kendall reports on the G8; Will Ross is in Ghana ahead of President Obama's visit.
From Our Own Correspondent - 17/04/2010
Dispatches from foreign correspondents in Zimbabwe, Poland, Ecuador, India and Sudan.
Front Row - 24/03/2009
Mark Lawson on the opening night of the stage musical Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
Global Echoes - A Bank Holiday Special
The very best of series six as Marcos discovers a world of music in Oxfordshire.
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.
Gurinder: The Indian Sequel
Radio 4 joins director Gurinder Chadha in India to explore her huge popularity there.
In Our Time - Indian Mathematics
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the 5000 year long story of Indian Maths.
In Our Time - The East India Company
The history of the private trading company that helped forge the British Empire.
In Our Time - The Indian Mutiny
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Indian Mutiny of 1857 and the rebellion which followed
In Our Time - The Mughal Empire
Melvyn Bragg and guests examine how much the British Raj owed to the Mughal Emperors.
In Our Time - The Observatory at Jaipur
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the observatory at Jaipur.