BBC Radio 4
Chavs versus Goths
Sara Parker reports on the friction between different youth cultures in Peterborough.
Medical discussion phone-in programme with weekly guest experts
Chi-Chi: Panda Ambassador
Naturalist and journalist Henry Nicholls traces the story of Chi-Chi the panda.
Child of the State
Poet Lemn Sissay looks for the lost memories of his time in social care as a child.
Comedy by Lucy Clarke, set in a children's nursery.
Children of the Cold War
Catherine Merridale talks to Poles who have recently come to live and work in Britain.
Children of the Olympic Bid
Series following the youngsters who went to Singapore in support of London's Olympic bid
Children of Wealth
Jim White meets some very rich young people as they consider their future.
Children Who Kill
Winifred Robinson looks at how serious offending by youngsters is tackled in this country.
Programme following a number of people attempting to adopt a child from China
China on a Plate
Lars Tharp explores the Chinese porcelain industry
China, Britain and the Nunzilla Conundrum
Anna Chen finds out what novelty toys tell us about Britain's relationship with China.
China: Saviours of Snooker
Martin Kelner asks if China is set to overtake Britain as the home of snooker.
Chinese in Britain
An exploration of the early history of Chinese people in Britain. Presented by Anna Chen
Chinua Achebe: A Hero Returns
African novelist Chinua Achebe returns to Nigeria for the first time in many years.
Chips With Everything
Sue Nelson investigates the humble source of the silicon chip.
Chopsticks at Dawn
Anna Chen exorcises the irritating Chinese musical cliches that haunted her childhood.
Christie's Through the Looking Glass
Miranda Sawyer goes behind the scenes at Christie's auction house
Phil Jupitus recalls the way that television and radio have celebrated Christmas Day.
The hopes and fears of all the years, with the Rt Rev Lord Richard Harries of Pentregarth.
Dr James Hanvey leads a spiritual reflection on the incarnation.
Children's author Michael Morpurgo reflects on the magic of storytelling at Christmas.
With Cambridge University's Professor of Evolutionary Palaeobiology, Simon Conway Morris.