2/5 Susan Greenfield argues that doubt among scientists should be 'as natural as breathing'. (R)
BBC Radio 3
1/5 Mark Vernon argues that disliking doubt in politics implies a loss of faith in it. (R)
5/5 Travel editor Simon Calder recalls the small-scale delights of Holguin in Cuba.
4/5 Michela Wrong on the Italianate buildings and futurist constructions in Asmara, Eritrea.
3/5 Vanora Bennett on Makhachkala in Russia, which she describes as 'beyond the mountains'.
2/5 Romesh Gunesekera on Kunming, considered to be unlike any other modern Chinese city.
1/5 Nicholas Shakespeare on Hobart's convict and whaling past, and the story of a monkey.
30/30 Gale Owen-Crocker explores the making of the Bayeux Tapestry.
29/30 Clive Anderson discusses the last Anglo-Saxon king of England, Harold Godwinson.
28/30 Stephen Baxter creates a portrait of the remarkable Anglo-Saxon king Edward the Confessor.
27/30 Simon Keynes discusses the life of the Anglo-Saxon monarch Aethelred.
26/30 Historian Pauline Stafford assesses the life of Queen Emma of Normandy.
25/30 Dr Timothy Bolton presents a portrait of Cnut, son of Sven Forkbeard, the king of Denmark.
24/30 A claim for King Athelstan to be reinstated as a more significant historical figure.
23/30 Lesley Webster on the life of the smith and his ambivalent status in Anglo-Saxon society.
22/30 Michael Wood on Wynflaed, seen as the first woman in British history to have left a will.
21/30 Barbara Yorke on Leoba, the 8th-century nun who became a pioneering abbess in Germany.