Using archive material, Matthew Parris finds out what Margaret Thatcher was like as a boss
Simon Farquhar examines how Man Alive reflected changing TV and social values in the 1960s
Denys Blakeway tells the story of the Act of Remembrance.
Fifty years after abolition, John Tusa reviews the history of the death penalty debate.
Cerys Matthews tells the story behind the greatest try ever scored.
Travelling back to the world of 21 January 1981, when the first DeLorean car was produced.
Sean Street travels back in time into the archives to explore our attempts to control time
Steve Hewlett explores the troubled past behind today's debates on the future of the BBC.
Stephen Fry on the mysterious life of the much-loved comedy great Margaret Rutherford.
Christopher Bigsby traces the life and work of Arthur Miller, mostly in Miller's own words