Duvet Days

Duvet Days

Abby Hollick gets into bed with a variety of artists, writers, performers and activitists for intimate conversations while sharing a 'duvet day' with them, all for BBC Sounds.
the Plight of the Bumblebee

the Plight of the Bumblebee

One of Britain's most lovable garden insects is in decline, but there are signs that can be reversed.
Known Unto God

Known Unto God

The battlefields of two world wars are still giving up the dead. We follow the process from discovery to a proper re-burial.
Sun, Spoor & Spots - counting Namibia's cheetahs

Sun, Spoor & Spots - counting Namibia's cheetahs

How 'conservation volunteers' are carrying out scientific research to help protect the world's fastest land animal.
Learning to Live Together - Lessons from the Peace Lines

Learning to Live Together - Lessons from the Peace Lines

A series of 5 podcasts-with-pictures about reconciliation and peace-building in Northern Ireland - successes and failures, hopes and fears. A rather different pictures from that usually given by UK news media.
The Bee Inspector

The Bee Inspector

A year in the life of a government Bee Inspector, looking after the health of the nation's vital honeybees.
Farewell Dr Finlay

Farewell Dr Finlay

Dr Margaret McCartney talks to medical historians, like Martin Edwards (pictured) and a range of GPs across Britain to reveal the long and surprising history of general practice in these islands, from the 18th century to the present day
The Silent Epidemic

The Silent Epidemic

Around 250,000 children across south-east Asia drown every year. It's been a hidden problem but now efforts are being taken to tackle it.