Sheila Hancock, Neil Bartlett, Bim Adewunmi and headteacher Jonny Mitchell debate rules.
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David Yelland, Shelina Zahra Janmohamed, Sally Marlow and Barry Smith discuss alcohol.
Writers Anne Fine and Tobias Jones and Prof Sarah Cunningham-Burley discuss family life.
Philip Dodd explores the writing and legacy of Angela Carter.
10/10 Danielle Thom explores the links between bawdy prints and classical sculpture.
9/10 Daniel Lee revisits Vichy France to uncover a different history of Jewish life there.
Paul Mason, Lucy Armstrong and Richard and Daniel Susskind debate the future of work.
8/10 Sam Goodman explores the way beer was used as both beverage and medicine in colonial India
Matthew Sweet chairs a debate asking how easy it is to break rules in the theatre.
7/10 Joe Moshenska explores the travels of astrologer, diplomat and gourmet Sir Kenelm Digby.
Jim al-Khalili, Carlos Frenk, Katy Price and Tom Shakespeare debate scientific discovery.
6/10 Kylie Murray explores visions of Scottishness in The Wallace and The Scotichronicon.
Rana Mitter chairs a debate about new ideas and lessons of the past.
5/10 Peter Mackay explores how WWI soldiers in kilted regiments discussed their allegiances.
4/10 Sandeep Parmar on the tragic life of Nancy Cunard, scion of the famous shipping family.
Margaret Heffernan, Matthew Syed, Cath Bishop and Christopher Frayling explore success.
3/10 Nadine Muller on the hidden history of widows in Britain from the 19th century to today.
Richard Dawkins explores religion, culture and science, talking to Philip Dodd.
2/10 Clare Walker Gore discusses our understanding of disability in the 19th century.
A debate about drama on the page, stage, screen and in the way news stories are presented.
1/10 Catherine Fletcher on the claims that the first Medici duke of Florence was of mixed race.
Simon Heffer, Peter Tatchell and Joyce Quin join Philip Dodd to debate rule-breaking.
Claudia Rankine gives a lecture exploring language and racism past and present.
Philip Dodd is joined by folk singer Peggy Seeger, who talks about her music and politics. (R)
Philip Dodd is in conversation with Irish novelist Edna O'Brien.
Matthew Sweet is joined by Garry Kasparov, Stuart Maconie and Julie Bindel.