A look at how making home movies became a cultural phenomenon in Scotland.
Matthew Sweet explores WWI popular culture with the help of historians and performers.
BBC Radio 3
Francine Stock explores charismatic leadership.
BBC Radio 4
Frank Cottrell Boyce explores the impact of WWI on religion at home and at the front.
6/6 The struggles of those tasked with creating a landscape of canals around the Pennines.
3/10 Actor Derek Jacobi discovers that he is descended from a Huguenot fleeing persecution.
2/2 Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill reveals how the Romans made their ancient megacity work.
Maria Margaronis explores the legacy of Gavrilo Princip, whose shots sparked WWI.
3/5 Stephen Evans focuses on life in Berlin in 1914, seen as the Silicon Valley of its time.
Francine Stock explores the divine grace of medieval mystics Margery Kempe and Joan of Arc
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