5/5 John Walsh walks the streets of the City of London and crosses the 'wobbly bridge'.
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4/5 Novelist and journalist Kamila Shamsie walks the big boulevards of Paris.
3/5 Novelist and short story writer Janice Galloway walks the shore at Saltcoats, near Glasgow
2/5 Poet Owen Sheers walks through North Manhattan at night.
1/5 Novelist Nicholas Shakespeare visits a Tasmanian beach at night.
5/5 Edmund de Waal considers two European emigre potters, Hans Coper and Lucie Rie.
4/5 Art historian Tanya Harrod on how the Arts and Crafts Movement moved over to Africa.
3/5 Alan Crawford on Godfrey Blount and Maude King, who said the countryside was 'God-given'.
2/5 Fiona MacCarthy on the life of Edward Carpenter, who chose a life of self-sufficiency.
1/5 Fiona MacCarthy discusses the Arts and Crafts Movement's belief in making things by hand.
5/5 Simon Sebag Montefiore reflects on Catherine the Great and Prince Potemkin's romance. (R)
4/5 Lesley Chamberlain reflects on the Cold War and finding solace at Moscow's Hippodrome.
3/5 Journalist Vanora Bennett explores the idiosyncrasies of travelling by train in Russia. (R)
2/5 Prof Simon Franklin's attempt to secure a visa leads him to one of Russia's great icons. (R)
1/5 Declan Donnellan reflects on the discoveries he made while working in Russian theatre.
5/5 A portrait of Marietta Pallis, by David Matless.
4/5 A portrait of Ludwig Koch and bird song, by Hayden Lorimer.
3/5 A portrait of animal-lover James Wentworth Day by David Matless.
2/5 A portrait of reindeer herders in the Cairngorms, by Hayden Lorimer.
1/5 A look at Ted Ellis, champion of the Norfolk Broads.
5/5 Richard visits the paint-smeared studio of celebrated British artist Lucian Freud.
4/5 Richard describes meeting Bridget Riley, one of the founders of the 'Op art' movement.
3/5 Richard describes meeting American pop artist Roy Lichenstein.