Anne Karpf on psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott, among the first to broadcast to new mothers.
Danny Wallace's history of the vox pop. Are the opinions of random people of any value?
Elinor Goodman tells the story the election that brought Harold Wilson to power... just.
Peter Hennessy, the expert on state secrecy, asks how close spy novels come to reality.
Martin McNamara presents Paul Hill's letters from jail, read by Jonjo O'Neill.
Dominic Sandbrook tells the story of how British radio began.
Sir Richard Eyre pays tribute to maverick left-wing theatre director Joan Littlewood.
Laurie Taylor takes a look at the life and work of one of Britain's broadcasting legends.
Poets Carol Ann Duffy, Liz Lochhead, Gillian Clarke and Eavan Boland update a 1992 debate.
Why does the Arab-Israeli conflict attract so much media attention? With John Lloyd.