4/5 David Almond on the adventures and misfortunes he experienced travelling by InterRail.
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3/5 Charlotte Mendelson recalls how travelling by InterRail in Europe transformed her life.
2/5 Roma Tearne on InterRail travel and her interest in frontiers and national identity.
1/5 Adam Thorpe on the sense of arrival into adulthood which the InterRail pass signified.
5/5 Jonathan Sawday on how the contract became so pervasive in Restoration society. (R)
4/5 Jonathan Sawday on the rise of architects as authority figures in Restoration Britain. (R)
3/5 Jonathan Sawday on the impact of Charles II's Restoration on science. (R)
2/5 Jonathan Sawday explores the return of the King's 'healing touch'. (R)
1/5 Jonathan Sawday presents the first of five portraits of Restoration Britain. (R)
5/5 Dr Helen Wang discusses the development of paper money.
4/5 Edith Hall argues that the first coins gave individuals more freedom than ever before.
3/5 Exploring the creation of the first international and cross-boundary standards for money.
2/5 Focusing on the first banks - in Babylonia around 3,000 BC.
1/5 Keith Hart on the origins of money as part of an economy of living persons and things.
5/5 Joan Bakewell asks how growing older has affected her relationship to her body. (R)
4/5 Writer Ted Harrison asks what body, soul and self mean in the light of modern science. (R)
3/5 Dr Sheila Cassidy reflects on how surviving torture has affected her life. (R)
2/5 Antony Gormley discusses the relationship between his body and his art. (R)
1/5 Therapist Sarah Graham on how a dramatic discovery about her own body changed her life. (R)
5/5 Programme about Mary Robinson's January 1795 and Elizabeth Daryush's Children of Wealth. (R)
4/5 Christopher Ricks on two poems: Marvell's A Dialogue and Cosmo Monkhouse's Any Soul. (R)
3/5 Christopher Ricks on two poems: John Clare's I Found and TS Eliot's Morning at the Window. (R)