Malawi's most famous comedian Daliso Chaponda returns for a second series.
The UK and Africa have had a long a complicated past. This series looks at the history of this relationship as well as current issues, with Daliso as our relationship guidance counsellor, helping us navigate the rocky historical waters between the two places.
Episode 1: Cultural Relativism
In this episode, Daliso talks about cultural differences, exploring the complicated topic of cultural relativism and how it is more than just 'agreeing to disagree'.
Writer and performed by Daliso Chaponda
Sebastian... James Quinn
Additional Material... Scott Bennett
Voice of... Dylan Morris
Theme music by Lawi
Image by Steve Ullathorne
Production Coordinator... Beverly Tagg
Producer... Carl Cooper
This is a BBC Studios Production.
Twayna Mayne: Black Woman
Comedian Twayna Mayne's upbringing as a trans-racial adoptee is explored as she searches for her own Black British female identity. Along with stand-up in front of a live audience she chats to other women about their shared experiences, with this episode featuring a contribution from lead singer of the two tone band The Selecter, Pauline Black.
Producer: Julia McKenzie
A BBC Studios Production
Brexit. Brexit. Brexit. The referendum has united this country like never before. Everybody loves Brexit. But how will Brexit affect the ordinary people of Britain? Matt Lucas and David Walliams return for a special episode of their much-loved sketch show Little Britain.
Written and performed by Matt Lucas and David Walliams
Also starring Tom Baker, Joann Condon, Anthony Head, Ruth Jones and Samantha Power
Music by David Arnold.
Produced by Ashley Blaker
A Pozzitive and Little Britain production for BBC Radio 4
Heidi Regan: Overthinker
Stand-up special from BBC Radio 4 New Comedy Award winner, Heidi Regan, all about overthinking in the modern world.
Overthinker was written and performed by Heidi Regan. The script editor was Tom Neenan and the show was produced by Suzy Grant for BBC Studios.
Olga Koch: Fight
In 2014, Olga Koch’s father got stopped by authorities on the Russian border, which resulted in the most surreal year of her family’s life.
Olga takes the listener behind the iron curtain, giving us an insight into what it was like to grow up in the newly-formed Russian Federation, how Putin's Russia came about, and why her family now live in exile in Munich.
Based on Olga's hit Edinburgh Award-nominated show, Fight is the battle cry for a generation that takes freedom for granted, inspired by a generation that grew up without it.
Written and performed by Olga Koch.
Co-written by Charlie Dinkin.
Recorded by Jerry Peal.
Production coordinated by Candace Wilson.
Photograph by James Deacon.
Produced and edited by Matt Stronge.
Olga Koch: Fight is a BBC Studios production.