The final programme in the trilogy shows how the brash dancehall sub-genre rose in popularity after Bob Marley's death.
With George Alagiah.
Irvine Welsh and Alan Warner discuss their latest works with Kate Mosse.
Frida Kahlo is the most successful Latin American artist of all time, yet when she died in 1954, she was almost unknown. This profile explores her appeal.
Harold Pinter takes the lead role in director Charles Jarrett's staging of Pinter's own play, as a menacing man who moves in with an old college friend.
A look at the sculptor's work, focusing on his installation at the London gallery.
Profiling outstanding West Indian athletes.
How technology generated a language. With signing. Your guide to going digital: page 43; great digital offers: page