How human memory works and why some memories are remembered more easily than others
BBC World Service Online
2/4 A look at the changes in how fruit and veg was grown, picked and sold in the 20th century. (R)
5/8 Kate Armstrong attempts to restore the 110 rooms of Cassillis House in Ayrshire. (R)
A greatly beloved king, a tragic battle. Susan Morrison explores Flodden.
BBC Radio Scotland
Anne McElvoy goes to Tyneside to rediscover the 'conserving crowds' of the Edwardian era.
BBC Radio 4
10/10 How innovations in design and changing social tastes mean the bike is back in fashion.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
4/6 How the Georgian dream of order and beauty transformed our buildings and cities. (R)
1/10 The bikers explore the history behind the boom in pub food and snacks. (R)
2/5 Gloria Hunniford discovers the social history and stories of Rostrevor.
BBC One Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland HD only
Following the excavation of Pavlopetri, the oldest submerged city in the world. (R)
2/4 Jago Cooper visits Bolivia in search of Tiwanaku, the ruins of a monolithic temple city. (R)
2/3 The 1990s and 2000s, when goods got cheaper, fashion faster and supermarkets smarter.
2/5 How medieval Jews struggled to preserve their identity under Christian and Islamic rule. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
BBC Two Northern Ireland
Tuesday 10 September 2013