Retracing the route of Antarctic explorer Frank Wild, Shackleton's second-in-command.
BBC World Service
2/3 The story of a shame so deep that it led to murder.
2/5 The Borders: Adventurous farmers, dying industries and why Muir hated Walter Scott.
BBC Radio 4
2/3 Steve Richards examines the 2010 election campaign and the roll-out of bold reforms.
Gabriel Gatehouse investigates freedom and repression in Kurdish Iraq.
2/2 Farayi Mungazi looks at the close links between sport and national identity in Australia.
Simon Heffer on one of the last and best-loved films of the post WWII era: Dunkirk.
BBC Radio 3
Writer Simon Heffer celebrates the 1958 film Carve Her Name with Pride.
2/2 Series exploring the underground music generated by the late-'60s Black Power movement.
Simon Heffer discusses the depiction of British heroism in the film The Dam Busters.