4/5 Curt Meine on forester Aldo Leopold, author of a classic in American nature writing. (R)
BBC Radio 3
1/5 Indian eco-activist Vandana Shiva reflects on the Chipko protest and massacres of 1730. (R)
4/4 Richard Witts on Music Appreciation's excursion into film and a new broadcasting era.
3/4 Musicologist Richard Witts explores the significance of programme notes.
2/4 Richard Witts on educationalist Walford Davies and Imogen Holst, one of his team.
1/4 Richard Witts on the origins of Music Appreciation, and the work of pioneer Percy Scholes.
4/5 Katie Stevenson focuses on James IV and his love of jousting, King Arthur and chivalry. (R)
2/5 Louise Welsh on the murders which marred the life and reign of James II King of Scots. (R)
1/5 Historian Dr Fiona Watson discusses the bloody comeback of James I, King of Scots. (R)
3/5 Prof Ben Quash of King's College, London, explores Caravaggio's religious works. (R)
2/5 Prof Sybille Ebert-Schifferer reflects on the Italian painter Caravaggio. (R)
1/5 Art historian John Gash reflects on the life and work of Milanese painter Caravaggio. (R)