BBC Radio 4
A Poet's Song
An exploration of the differences between poetry and song.
A Point of View
A weekly reflection on a topical issue
A Point of View
A Problem With Noise
Sound recordist Chris Watson investigates man-made noise pollution and its effects.
A Quiet Invasion
20 years after Iraq invaded Kuwait, Kirsty Norman tells her story of being taken hostage
A Race Apart
Sarfraz Manzoor talks to US students who have opted for a racially segregated education.
A River Runs Through It
Edward Stourton explores the River Jordan
A Royal Recovery
How the monarchy recovered after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
A Sense of Liverpool
Writers, artists and entertainers take a new look at the 2008 European Capital of Culture
A Series of Psychotic Episodes
Sketch show from the deranged mind of comedian Miriam Elia
A Service to Celebrate The Queen's Diamond Wedding Anniversary
A service of celebration in Westminster Abbey, introduced by Nicholas Witchell.
A Service to Mark the Passing of the First World War Generation
The Queen, the Royal Family and senior government figures gather in Westminster Abbey.
A Small Business
Liz Barclay meets the owners of the small businesses which keep the UK economy running
A Smile and a Shoeshine
Laurie Taylor explores the world of the travelling salesman.
A Social Selection
Reporter Andrew Bomford examines the grammar school selection system in parts of England
A Sporting Chance
David Conn examines the real legacy of the Manchester Commonwealth Games in 2002.
A Strange, Enchanted Boy
eden ahbez is known for just one song, but it was a song that became world famous.
A Sunparched Country
Caroline Holmes discovers how Australians are adapting to the reality of climate change
A Tale of Two Emirates
Jenny Clayton visits Dubai and Abu Dhabi to see how they are coping with the credit crisis
A Talent to Muse
Writer, broadcaster and comedian Simon Fanshawe examines the art of creating comedy.
A Taste of Honey
Screenwriter Kay Mellor explores the legacy of Shelagh Delaney's play A Taste of Honey.
A Telephone and a Rubber Band
Robin Denselow meets the remaining members of the eclectic Penguin Cafe Orchestra.
A Thanksgiving Service Marking the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain
Commemorating the heroes of the air who fought for their country in the summer of 1940.
A Three Minute Education
David Hepworth explores what, if anything, can be learned from listening to popular music.
A Very Scottish Homecoming
Aasmah Mir explores five themes chosen to encapsulate Scots' contribution to the world