BBC Radio 4 is running a special season on sexuality that will cover everything from the history cultural views on sex to the medical aspects of sexual dysfunction.
The season spans a number of the BBC’s regular programmes over the next two weeks and has a remarkably wide remit.
Programmes tackle social issues, behaviour and medical aspects of sex – for example, looking at the history of how attitudes to homosexuality have altered, how sexuality has been depicted in art and what can be considered ‘normal’, among many others.
By the looks of it, all the programmes should be available online after they’ve been broadcast.
It looks like a really well put-together season and should make for some interesting listening.