4/5 Finding himself regarded as some sort of expert, Mark decides to learn some of the facts.
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3/5 Mark continues his battle whilst on a comedy tour of Australia, with mixed success.
2/5 Mark has calculated his carbon footprint and is horrified.
1/5 Mark admits that just over a year ago he was blissfully ignorant about the environment.
5/5 Andrew takes a trip on one of the Clyde's last cargo vessels.
4/5 The Fab Four came to represent the thrill of rock music as a high form of dreaming.
3/5 Andrew describes the exact moment when he decided to hate football for life.
2/5 Marilyn Monroe was nothing if not a sacrifice to the potency of her own mythology.
1/5 A personal and sometimes polemical look at the relationship between Britain and America.
5/5 The gaol's appalling reputation caught the attention of philanthropist Elizabeth Fry.
4/5 During the 17th century, the gaol played host to many a flamboyant highwayman.
3/5 After four spectacular prison breaks in seven months, Jack Sheppard was finally caught.
2/5 The deeds of Newgate's hangman, Jack Ketch, provided the inspiration for Punch and Judy.
1/5 While London's theatres came and went, the gaol remained the capital's unofficial stage.
5/5 Judith wonders if she is going native - but can she really turn her back on city life?
4/5 When Judith refuses to censor her blog, new friends seem to be turning their backs on her.
3/5 Feeling isolated and lonely, Judith takes a trip to her beloved London.
2/5 Judith realises that she will have to rely on her neighbours for support.
1/5 The story of Judith O'Reilly's decision to make a new life in the North of England.
5/5 The election of George W Bush in November 2000 was to be Cooke's last.
4/5 Bill Clinton defeated George Bush senior in 1992.
3/5 Gerald Ford was keen to play down party differences when he announced that he would stand.
2/5 Lyndon Johnson won a landslide victory in 1964 but faced continuing protests over Vietnam.