BBC Radio 4
Africa at 50: Wind of Change
Five Africans recount their experiences of independence in 1960
Hugh Levinson asks whether science and technology can end under-development in Africa
After a Manner: Finding G H Vallins
Jonathan Dryden Taylor and Stephen Moore recall a search for an elusive literary item.
After the Floods
Should we be building new homes on flood plains? Simon Cox reports.
After The Floods: Hull One Year On
Michelle Dewberry revisits her home town of Hull a year after it was hit by flooding.
After the Floods: The Toll Bar Refugees
Kate Betts meets the residents of a Doncaster council housing estate flooded out last year
Radio dramas which delight and surprise
Afternoon Play: A Place in the World
Afternoon Play: All Fingers and Thumbs
Afternoon Play: Attlee Confidential
Afternoon Play: Be Prepared
Short stories or abridged books, often from new writers
Afternoon Reading: The Time Being
Stories by unpublished writers
Agatha Christie Stories
Classic stories by Agatha Christie
An organisation called Magic Me is bringing different generations of immigrants together.
Ahlberg at 70
Janet Ellis talks to influential children's author Allan Ahlberg.
Alan Garner: The Return to Brisingamen
John Waite meets Alan Garner, author of The Weirdstone of Brisingamen.
Alan Johnson: Failed Rock Star
Alan Johnson goes in search of the life he thought he nearly had: as a rock star
Ali Abbas: In His Own Words
Ali Abbas, the Iraqi boy who lost his arms and 16 members of his family, tells his story.
Ali: Me, My Family and Muhammad Ali
Deirdre Pascall remembers the impact of Muhammad Ali on black Britons in the 1970s.
Ali: When Cassius Met The Beatles
The tale of an unexpected encounter between 20th century legends - in a Miami gym in 1964.
Alistair Cooke's Seasonal Letters from America
Justin Webb introduces eight of Alistair Cooke's seasonal Letters from America
Aliyah: Going Up
Following a year in the lives of two groups of British Jews who have emigrated to Israel.
All Bar Luke
Comedy drama offering a glimpse into the disastrous life of Luke Walsall. By Tim Key