Mr Betjeman Regrets
In 1984, during his last days in Cornwall, John Betjeman has become a popular TV and radio performer, but he continues to worry about his chequered career.
The Unconscious Life of Bombs
Historian and psychoanalyst Daniel Pick traces how aerial bombardment - from Zeppelins to B52s, from H-Bombs to drones - has made the unconscious mind a field of battle.
The Glass Menagerie
BBC Radio 3 drama based on the play by Tennessee Williams.
The narrator Tom conjures up recollections of the cramped and claustrophobic tenement home he shares with his often over-bearing mother Amanda, and his painfully shy sister, Laura
The Food Chain:
Many parents will be all too familiar with the daily ritual of trying to get their little ones to eat their dinner. But why are so many children fussy about food, and why are some so picky about what they eat that it can persist into adulthood?
The Food Chain investigates the science, psychology and sociology of fussy eating.
Illustration for the various radio and television special programmes on the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day