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Professor Laurie Taylor marks the 60th anniversary of the Reith Lectures
Reith at 60 homepage
Bryan Cooney chronicles the souring of the love affair between sports stars and the media.
Tom Robinson looks at the public service educational publications of the 50s, 60s and 70s.
Douglas Hurd uses the BBC Archives to explore the life of his predecessor Anthony Eden.
Tony Staveacre presents highlights from conversations with his friend Miles Kington.
Alan Dein uncovers a little known story of postwar conflict.
Julian Worricker looks back at 60 years of BBC masterclasses featuring great musicians.
John Sergeant and Tony Benn look back on 30 years of regular broadcasting in the Commons.
Robert Peston investigates Britain's difficulty with the world of commerce.
Mark Lawson celebrates the centenary of the great conductor Herbert von Karajan.
Robert Hodierne reveals the truth about the infamous My Lai massacre of 16 March 1968.
Alan Parker offers a profile of David Lean on the centenary of the director's birth.
Paul Farley tells the extraordinary story of two tapes by poet Philip Larkin.
Kathy Sykes charts the way that science has been seen and heard on radio and television.
Piers Plowright looks back at the career of the brilliant Canadian pianist Glenn Gould.
Phil Daniels presents a look back at the Mod movement of the 1960s.
Michael Crick recalls the Munich air disaster of February 6, 1958.
Marking 50 years of CND, Matthew Parris assesses the organisation's impact.
Malcolm Taylor and archivist Doc Rowe record annual events in British folk culture.
Martin Sixsmith explores the lives of artists and writers who fled the former Eastern Bloc
Sean Street investigates the history of the battle between the BBC and commercial radio.
Ray Gosling revisits Northampton, once the home of the British shoemaking industry.
Peggy Reynolds takes a look at the history of the virtuoso, from Paganini to Eric Clapton.
Judith Kampfner samples American radio archives from the recordings of the Kitchen Sisters
Frank Gardner discovers a collection of First World War propaganda recordings.
Andrew Neil celebrates the characters of Fleet Street, from CP Scott to Kelvin McKenzie.
Libby Purves looks back at 40 years of BBC local radio stations.
Veteran comedian Ken Dodd discusses his eventful career with actor Ricky Tomlinson.
Tom Robinson examines the seemingly inevitable anger greeting any musical innovation.
Historian Orlando Figes reveals the secret histories of family life during Stalin's reign
Stalin's Silent People homepage