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5/5 Writer/director Lou Stein reveals how his son, who has Down's Syndrome, inspires his work.
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4/5 Composer James MacMillan argues for the traditions of fatherhood to be re-discovered.
3/5 Author Abdulrazak Gurnah makes contact with his father after a long period of absence.
2/5 Artist John Keane discusses how his children have influenced how he sees his work.
1/5 Writer/director Lou Stein explores the impact of fatherhood on creativity.
5/5 Setting of the story of David and Goliath on an inner London estate.
4/5 Setting of the story of Samson in a suburban hairdressing salon.
3/5 Setting of the story of the Flight of the Israelites in an old people's home in Hackney.
2/5 Setting of the story of the Ark in a DIY warehouse. With Sally Orrock.
1/5 A setting of the Creation in the mind of a coma victim, creating the world anew.
5/5 David Hendy asks if the internet is degrading or enhancing our mental abilities. (R)
4/5 David Hendy asks if revealing TV shows have increased interest in others' private lives. (R)
3/5 David Hendy asks if media reports of tragedy help us to come to terms with suffering. (R)
2/5 How effective were BBC efforts to improve the 'public mind' between the two world wars? (R)
1/5 David Hendy on how wireless communication conquered the world in the early 20th century. (R)
5/5 Indian-born choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh reflects on the influences shaping her dances.