5/5 Novelist Ian Sansom considers the symbolism of beds in literature, art and film. (R)
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4/5 Novelist Ian Sansom explores what cupboards and cabinets reveal about human nature. (R)
3/5 Ian Sansom explores the literary, philosophical and cultural history of the table. (R)
2/5 Ian Sansom examines our complex physical, mental and emotional relationship with the chair (R)
1/5 Novelist Ian Sansom explores the history and symbolism attached to wardrobes. (R)
5/5 Columnist and historian Simon Heffer explores the life and work of comic actor Sid James.
4/5 Columnist and historian Simon Heffer on the life and work of comic actor Tony Hancock.
3/5 Columnist and historian Simon Heffer discusses the life and work of actor Terry-Thomas.
2/5 Columnist and historian Simon Heffer discusses the life and work of actor Alastair Sim.
1/5 Simon Heffer on the career of actor Will Hay, best-known for his anti-authoritarian roles.
5/5 Philip Hoare describes seeing many animals while walking at the water's edge in Sholing. (R)
4/5 Kirsty Gunn describes the start of spring on a walk in Sutherland. (R)
3/5 John Walsh recalls his observations on an early spring walk near a village called Steep. (R)
2/5 Ross Raisin observes the onset of spring in the Yorkshire wolds. (R)
1/5 Michele Roberts walks through Poznan and is reminded of Persephone, goddess of spring. (R)
5/5 Poet and author Andrew Motion considers the penultimate lines of the Lord's Prayer.
4/5 Michigan-based poet and undertaker Thomas Lynch considers a line from the Lord's Prayer.
3/5 Rabbi Julia Neuberger considers the middle section of the Lord's Prayer.