1/5 Alexander Brodie examines Adam Smith's observations on morality and human behaviour.
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5/5 Sandi Toksvig on the appeal of Mary Wollstonecraft's book Letters Written in Sweden.
4/5 Janet Todd traces Mary Wollstonecraft's reactions to the events of the French Revolution.
3/5 Barrister Helena Kennedy on how Mary Wollstonecraft influenced her life and work.
2/5 Janet Todd on Mary Wollstonecraft and the character and writings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
1/5 Janet Todd considers Mary Wollstonecraft alongside other great Enlightenment thinkers.
5/5 Nicholas Kenyon on how Purcell's music has been preserved, revived and interpreted. (R)
4/5 Andrew Pinnock on how Purcell's skills as an entrepreneur helped enhance his reputation. (R)
3/5 Roger Savage on Purcell's musical creations for the theatre. (R)
2/5 Andrew Parrott on researching and performing Purcell's Hail! bright Cecilia. (R)
1/5 Jonathan Keates on Purcell and the different monarchs for whom he worked. (R)
5/5 Kataryna Wolczuk's view on contraception, women's rights and calendars in Poland.
4/5 Journalist Ivan Kytka reflects on the importance of cars in communist Czechoslovakia.
3/5 Essayists from former Warsaw Pact nations reflect on an apparently banal object.
2/5 Furniture curator Jana Scholze on life in communist East Germany and a garden chair.
1/5 Hungarian journalist Valeria Toth measures out her life in passports.
5/5 Robert Macfarlane explores the relationship between walking, collecting and creation.
4/5 Robert Macfarlane on Eric Ravilious, who was fascinated by aerial landscapes.
3/5 Writer Robert Macfarlane walks the length of the South Downs over five days.
2/5 Writer Robert Macfarlane walks the length of the South Downs over five days.
1/5 Writer Robert Macfarlane walks the length of the South Downs in five days.