Fifty years after The Sound of Music, Mark Kermode hears from the team who made it happen.
Jo Fidgen explores how the women's vote has changed British politics and society.
Robin Ince listens back to some of the BBC archive of philosopher Bertrand Russell.
Will Self visits an out-of-town mall of the mind.
Suggs returns to Soho to find out how this unique community functions today.
Jonathan Powell explores the secret language of politicians.
'I have a harmonium and it's going to explode in two minutes' - Ivor Cutler imagined at 90
Steve Richards on the political fears and shocks of 1974, and their lessons for today.
Billy Bragg explores the politics behind the work of folklorist Alan Lomax.
2/2 Charting the rise from the 1970s low ebb in cinema-going to today's exciting innovations.