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The Rostock-Lichtenhagen Riots
The story of our times told by the people who were there.
John Wilson meets behind-the-scenes staff and visitors to major art exhibitions in London.
Radio 4 Extra
Paul Gambaccini presents a series chronicling the life of singer Jackie Wilson
Radio 6 Music
Elvis Meets the Beatles
Wink Martindale tells the story of Elvis Presley.
Comedian Kieran Hodgson presents comedy intros to the great composers.
Janice Long talks to music stars, as they walk through important places in their lives.
Twelve of the country's brightest young minds gather to solve difficult social problems.
Etiquette expert William Hanson updates U and non-U for 2017. But does anyone still care?
Irene Tracey, professor of neuroimaging at Oxford University, explores pain.
Going Green in the Oil State
Investigating global developments, issues and affairs.
The World Wide Villain
Aleks Krotoski unravels the complexity of the internet.
Mayweather vs McGregor: WTF?
What's The Fuss? Shining the spotlight on the topical stories on everyone's lips.
Sunday Feature: Crossing the Border – Poetry and Film
Exploring different aspects of history, science, philosophy and the arts.
Dr Margaret McCartney asks if too many healthy people are being told they are ill.
We follow the healthcare authority aiming to reduce lives lost to suicide to 0% by 2020.
Niamh Nic Oistigín explores the music and lives of four great soul singers.
Short documentaries and adventures in sound presented by Josie Long
Grayson Perry: En Garde
A rich selection of documentaries aimed at relentlessly curious minds.
Roger Law gets immersed in the world of Chinese ceramics.
Merimee, the Patron Saint of Tourists
Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee investigate Prosper Merimee, author and conservationist
A defence of general knowledge by two stars from the last series of University Challenge.
In the Grip of Anorexia
Grace Dent presents a series documenting the untold dramas of 21st-century Britain.
Music, culture and life.
Poet Benjamin Zephaniah visits Boston, home to a thriving immigrant population.
Vic Galloway explores the significance of punk's first single, New Rose by the Damned.
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