Tailored VR technology is helping creating digital musical instruments that musicians with disabilities can play.
Archaeologists have found cloves and black pepper corns they believe to be more than 1,000 years old at a site in Sri Lanka.
Like many Australian museums, collectors for the Queensland Museum played a role in the violent dispossession of First Nations people.
Fifty years ago Elvis Presley sang a tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr: "If I Can Dream." English professor Robert Morrison goes back to that moment and looks at the lyrics written in honour of MLK.
King argued for a national guaranteed income that would keep people out of poverty. Fifty years later, the Poor People's Campaign still resonates.
The BBC's former correspondent in Gaza reviews Donald Macintyre's Gaza: Preparing for Dawn.
Only by listening to local LGBT activists in hostile environments can the West stand up for human rights worldwide.
Politics is a world for which show business celebrities are perfectly adapted and their predominance in the Philippines offers a glimpse of what televisual populism could look like in other countries.
The pastiche-style poster art ubiquitous in Egyptian houses and businesses reveals how locals imagine far-off landscapes, idealise nature and define beauty.