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5/5 A portrait of Marietta Pallis, by David Matless. (R)
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4/5 A portrait of Ludwig Koch and bird song, by Hayden Lorimer. (R)
3/5 A portrait of animal-lover James Wentworth Day by David Matless. (R)
2/5 A portrait of reindeer herders in the Cairngorms, by Hayden Lorimer. (R)
1/5 A look at Ted Ellis, champion of the Norfolk Broads. (R)
5/5 Douglas Dunn discusses how Burns's influence changed during the 20th Century.
4/5 Kathleen Jamie on how Burns changed himself into whatever his audience required of him.
3/5 Robert Crawford on using Burns as a touchstone for the humanity of his own poetry.
2/5 Liz Lochhead discusses her education in a Motherwell state school.
1/5 David Kinloch discusses his attitude to Robert Burns' 'womanising'.
5/5 Kim Newman discusses Poe, the man and his alter-ego, looking at his story William Wilson.
4/5 Mark Lawson on the influence of The Murders in the Rue Morgue on modern crime fiction.
3/5 Louise Welsh exposes and dissects Edgar Allan Poe's gothic heart.
2/5 Joanne Harris discusses the women in Poe's life and the influence they had on his stories.
1/5 Andrew Taylor explores Poe's childhood in England and the inspiration behind his own novel
5/5 The Rev Canon Dr Jane Shaw of Oxford University explores utopias that work.
4/5 Jane Shaw of Oxford University explores artists' attempts to create utopian communities.
3/5 Jane Shaw explores the uses of eugenics and genetics in the quest for perfection.
2/5 Jane Shaw explores the pursuit of harmony by political regimes and religious communities.
1/5 Jane Shaw explores the viability of utopian communities.