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Sarfraz Manzoor charts the history of Asian theatre in Britain.
Series of features presented by four of the 2015 New Generation Thinkers
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Adam Thorpe on what the Battle of Agincourt means in Britain and France.
Writer Jeet Thayil retraces beat poet Allen Ginsberg's travels round India in the 1960s.
Ben Brantley of the New York Times describes how the city informed Arthur Miller's work.
What is Celtic identity? Professor Dai Smith searches for the essence of Celticism.
Alan Dein explores the making and meanings of the 1955 film Rebel Without a Cause.
Hugh Quarshie seeks resolution to the dilemmas of a black actor playing Othello.
Samira Ahmed explores the role of HG Wells in the creation of the nuclear bomb.
Martin Handley explores current attitudes to the operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan.
Mary King explores how advances in our knowledge of anatomy are changing the way we sing.
Theo Dorgan explores the continuing importance of WB Yeats, 150 years after he was born.
Andrew Dickson explores a provocative attempt to commemorate the signing of Magna Carta.
Fiona Shaw explores the new-found enthusiasm of the Christian church for contemporary art.
Misha Glenny traces the footsteps of Franz Kafka in his native city.
Sukhdev Sandhu introduces a radio-minded feature by critic and novelist John Berger.
Michael Goldfarb tells the story of the Congress of Vienna and how it still affects us.
Patrick Wright investigates why German writer Uwe Johnson chose to live in Sheerness.
Feature following the work of Xavier Bray as curates an exhibition of Goya's paintings.
Matthew Sweet explores the science fiction futures of three neglected female writers.
Historian Bettany Hughes traces the role of the Caucasus in western imagination
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Mahan Esfahani discovers why the harpsichord is an often misunderstood instrument.
Kate Kennedy reviews four female string players who were pioneering in their own lifetimes
Adam Smith unearths the roots of Nathanael West's Hollywood novel The Day of the Locust.
Andrew McGregor visits Havana to investigate Cuba's classical music scene today.
Alexandra Harris explores the life and work of the elusive artist Eric Ravilious.
Chris Bowlby uncovers the fate of the imperial summer palace in Beijing.
Stephen Johnson connects Mahler's beliefs about death to Viennese funeral customs.
Paul Morley talks to those who lived, worked and visited Andy Warhol's Factory in New York
Michael Rosen traces novelist Emile Zola's exile in Britain as he fled a prison sentence.