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5/5 Tom Wells's setting of the Parable of the Sower in a school science club.
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4/5 Winsome Pinnock's setting of the story of Lazarus in a holistic healing centre.
3/5 Frazer Flintham's version of the parable of the Good Servant, set in a beauty store.
2/5 Katie Hims's setting of the story of the Good Samaritan on the London Underground.
1/5 Dawn King's setting of the Parable of the Wise and Foolish Builders in a building firm.
5/5 Fiona Stafford on the common tree that for many has been much maligned as a nuisance.
4/5 Fiona Stafford discusses the willow, a strong, highly versatile and fast growing tree.
3/5 Why is the oak tree the epitomy of Britishness when its existence is threatened?
2/5 Fiona Stafford on the history and symbolism of ash trees, threatened by dieback disease.
1/5 Fiona Stafford explores the symbolism and importance of the ancient yew tree.
5/5 Mark Adkin discusses being a military historian in the footsteps of Napoleon.
4/5 Kirsteen McCue discusses singing and interpreting James Hogg's Scottish Napoleonic songs.
3/5 Writer Adam Nicolson recalls being a teenager as father wrote about Napoleon and 1812.
2/5 Writer Andrea Stuart celebrates Napoleon's first wife, Josephine de Beauharnais.
1/5 Julia Blackburn looks for the ghost of Napoleon on St Helena, where he died in exile.