Julie Walters narrates the extraordinary story of Sue Townsend.
Available for 29 days
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Live from Shakespeare's Globe, the romantic story fuses music, dance and serious comedy.
Available for 4 months
4. Kingdom of the Desert
In the deserts of coastal Peru, Jago Cooper explores the rise and fall of Chimor.
Available for 27 days
Don Letts looks at the very particular and provocative British subculture of skinhead.
Available for 22 days
2. Kingdom of Conquest
The story of Edward I, who turned the castle into an instrument of colonisation.
Andrew Marr investigates detective fiction, and reveals how it works.
2. Detection Most Ingenious
How crime, science and detection affected the culture of homicide in the Victorian Age.
Available for 23 days
How the 1970s rebel rock bands of the American Deep South rose up and conquered the world.
1. Instruments of Invasion
The castle soon became a weapon with which unruly barons challenged the crown.
Available for 20 days
3. Lands of Gold
Through the mountains and jungles of Colombia, Dr Jago Cooper goes in search of El Dorado.
Inferno, American Honey, Storks
Mark Kermode and Gavin Esler are joined by guests from the London Film Festival.
Available for 24 days
The story of automata, ancient clockwork machines designed to mimic and recreate life.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with academic Christopher Phillips.
Available for 25 days
Jim Naughtie speaks to John Banville about his book Time Pieces: A Dublin Memoir.
Mark D'Arcy in discussion with Lord Bew on his book Churchill and Ireland.
Margaret Atwood, Author
Stephen Sackur asks author Margaret Atwood what keeps her creative juices flowing.
Available for 11 months
Len Goodman revisits the heyday of British dance bands in the 1920s and 1930s.
1. The New Taste for Blood
Lucy Worsley investigates real-life murders of the first half of the 19th century.
Available for 16 days
The Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont houses a controversial painting.
I, Daniel Blake; Ouija: Origin of Evil; Queen of Katwe
Including reviews of I, Daniel Blake; Ouija: Origin of Evil; and Queen of Katwe.