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A selection of Radio 3's arts, drama, world music and jazz programmes.
From the Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room, music from Bahla and poetry by William Letford.
Rana Mitter explores the links between the behaviour of animals and humans.
Paul Farley explores Goethe's verse tribute to Persian poetry, The West-Eastern Divan.
Stephen Evans focuses on life in Berlin in 1914, seen as the Silicon Valley of its time.
Poetry, prose and music associated with places on the way from Land's End to John O'Groats
Rana Mitter considers the lure of Antarctica for our imaginations and for explorers.
Georgia Mann introduces music from Vula Viel and poetry by Megan Beech.
Laura Ashe explores how the plague has changed our social and cultural landscape.
Geoffrey Smith surveys the work of idiosyncratic clarinettist Pee Wee Russell.
Arthur Conan Doyle reflects on his career and his relationship with Sherlock Holmes.
Novelist Louise Welsh explores meanings, ancient and modern, of the battle of Bannockburn.
Alyn Shipton plays music by trumpeters Alex Welsh, Alan Vizzutti and Henry Red Allen.
Kate Clanchy on the importance of the summer house to people in Scandinavia and Russia.
A special edition from the Edinburgh Fringe with music from the Darius Brubeck Quartet.
Samira Ahmed delves into the mysterious life of Oliver Cromwell's wife, Elizabeth.
Exploring how World War II helped give Britain a new cultural appetite and understanding.
Journalist Madeleine Bunting discusses the notion of sin.
Jazz historian and presenter Alyn Shipton explores the sounds of swing and its influences.
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