Jonathan Freedland takes the long view of the end of the space shuttle.
Jonathan Freedland takes the Long View of super injunctions.
Jonathan Freedland takes the long view of royal weddings.
Jonathan Freedland looks at the history of the debate on who should own England's forests.
Jonathan Freedland looks at attitudes towards state secrets and freedom of information.
Jonathan Freedland takes the long view of policy reversals in politics.
Jonathan Freedland is in Washington DC to compare the mid-term elections of 2010 and 1982.
Jonathan Freedland looks at the history of leaks from the military establishment.
Jonathan Freedland compares cricket's recent betting scandals with 18th century boxing.
Jonathan Freedland compares the present spending review with the 'Geddes Axe' of 1921-22.
Jonathan Freedland takes the Long View of Kraft's takeover of Cadbury.
Examining the changing culture and politics behind the commemoration of the fallen.
Taking the long view of football authorities' response to calls for camera technlogy.
The long view of national debt, from Waterloo to today's financial crisis.
Jonathan Freedland examines the railways at a time of recession.
Jonathan Freedland examines the policing of demonstrations.
Jonathan Freedland and guests discuss the careers of Lord Mandelson and Cardinal Richelieu
Jonathan and his guests ask how governments can best help the unemployed.
Jonathan is joined by Billy Bragg to consider House of Lords reform now and in the 1600s.
The parallels between the murder of Rhys Jones in 2007 and another Liverpool child in 1883
Jonathan Freedland tells the story of the short-lived Victorian club New Brighton Tower.
Jonathan Freedland explores the creation of the Bank of England in 1694.
Comparing celebrity chefs with social agendas and Victorian chef Alexis Soyer.
Jonathan considers what shops today can learn from the bleak festive season of 1930.
The parallels between today's airport expansions and the mid-19th century railway boom.
Jonathan Freedland examines President Roosevelt's first 100 days in office.
Jonathan Freedland recalls the establishment of the first Pioneer Health Centre in 1935.
Jonathan Freedland takes the long view of trust in the media.
Jonathan Freedland takes the long view on the difficulties surrounding Northern Rock.
Jonathan Freedland recalls Harold Wilson's 1975 referendum on the UK's European membership