Martin Handley explores contemporary 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.
Laurence Scott re-assesses the work of the film-making team known as Merchant Ivory.
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.
The story of the Congress of Vienna and how it still affects us 200 years later.
Patrick Wright investigates why German writer Uwe Johnson chose to live in Sheerness.