7/10 Tom Mangold pursues the truth about Charles Berlitz, who wrote the all-time bestseller.
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I Wish I Knew How it Would Feel to be Free became an anthem for the American Civil Rights
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Actress Pam Grier tells the story of funk music.
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Record producer Tony Visconti celebrates Blondie's classic 1979 single, Heart of Glass.
2/4 Douglas Adams reflects on the potential of the internet for authors and publishers.
The legacy of the great New Orleans piano player James Booker - aka the Black Liberace
3/4 Douglas Adams looks at how new technology is changing film and television.
4/5 Robert McCrum explores the life of Paul Hamlyn, who brought colour to post-war Britain. (R)
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3/5 Piers visits Ewelme, a small village in the Chilterns, where his sister is buried.
8/10 Tom compares the supposedly inexplicable disappearances with the lost kingdom of Atlantis.
Vivienne Parry explores how patients are taking control of their own treatment. (R)
To be human is to seek immortality. Tom Shakespeare daydreams about everlasting life.
Ailean Caimbeul ag innse mun Skye Clarion agus mu dhà chladh a th' anns an t-Sruthan. (R)
2/4 A fly-on-the-wedding cake documentary about Mimi and Ryan's big day. (R)
Actress Pam Grier continues the story of funk music.
Tony Visconti looks back on I Don't Like Mondays by The Boomtown Rats.
In one remote district in Ivory Coast, men are going back to school