James Nokise, a comedian and stage performer from New Zealand explores the role of pacific wordsmiths in the fight against nuclear testing.
One year since the Christchurch Mosque attacks, New Zealand’s creatives discuss how their work in poetry, music and art can provide relief and healing to a nation in the wake of one of their darkest days.
Folk singer Sam Lee, along with William Parsons of the British Pilgrimage Trust, lead eleven pilgrims on a journey across Sussex tracing the origins of the iconic folk song, The Turtle Dove.
Emma Lee Moss (aka Emmy the Great) returns to the playground to re-explore one of her earliest musical influences, the clapping game.
Stephen K Amos investigates the incredible true story of Ras Prince Monolulu, the first black man ever to appear on British TV screens. Selected for BBC Radio 4's Seriously podcast.
Eva Kor, a Holocaust survivor speaks about her life to talking to those who hurt her. Selected for BBC Radio 4's Pick of the Week.
One man is brought back from the brink... Selected for BBC Radio 4's Pick of the Week.
Frank M. Ahern explains how to disappear in the modern world. Selected for BBC Radio 4's Pick of the Week.
How the first black cop in Colorado Springs infiltrated the KKK. Selected for BBC Radio 4's Pick of the Week.