1/10 Tiffany Watt-Smith explores the interest of Victorian scientists in our urge to imitate.
A discussion exploring protest, foreign policy, intervention and peace-making.
Karen Armstrong argues that a recognition of how little we know is the only way to peace.
WIth conversation from choreographer Akram Khan, plus witchcraft on stage and in prints.
Orhan Pamuk talks to Philip Dodd about his writing career and his views of modern Turkey.
With Matthew Sweet. Mike Leigh on his new film, plus an exhibition of artists' mannequins.
Anne McElvoy is joined by celebrated Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood.
With Peter Carey's novel Amnesia and debating whether history can rescue public policy.
A special Landmark edition devoted to Marcel Proust's novel A la recherche du temps perdu.
With two William Morris exhibitions, the play Our Town and the documentary The Roosevelts.