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Laura Barton walks the length of Sunset Boulevard in 24 hours, from city to coast.
Ivan Hewett examines five chords to test the idea that harmony is a reflection of history.
Fiona Lindsay listens in on actors and directors as they work on dramatic productions.
Antonia Quirke uses her knowledge and contacts to reveal secrets of the movie industry.
David Hockney embarks on an ambitious new portrait series from his Californian studio.
Dr Janina Ramirez presents a series that examines three masterworks in minute detail
Clare Teal celebrates one of Radio 2's greatest presenters Desmond Carrington.
Catriona Mhoireach le sùil air ealain na h-Alba.
Playwright John Godber takes a drive around Hull to explore the city's culture.
Kevin Le Gendre explores the spread of jazz into popular UK culture.
How the American record industry responded to the assassination of President Kennedy.
Jo Wood looks at the inspirations behind some of the most iconic songs ever written.
Vivienne Parry explores the science behind Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories.
Series that raises the curtain on the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Author J K Rowling and Stephen Fry discuss the Harry Potter book series.
Writer Lucy Mangan selects five different economic remedies from literature.
The story of the musical aesthetic and the ubiquitous technique of minimalism.
John Aiziewood investigates the phenomenon known as 'prog rock'.
Singer-songwriter Nell Bryden goes on a musical journey through her home town of New York.
Musicians look at how the land meets the air and imagine it as music.
Artist Roger Law explores the culture of South Korea.
Series about pieces of music with a powerful emotional impact
A spoken word concept album linking space and music.
Academic Corin Throsby explores the rich cultural life of her native Australia.
Do dyslexia or dyspraxia affect the way you draw? Chris Ledgard investigates.
Laura Barton travels to New York to meet the women of the Beat Generation.
A parable play on the ancient theme of the Quest. Featuring music by Benjamin Britten.
Nick Berkeley shows how song lyrics help us articulate and negotiate aspects of our lives.
Alan Yentob marks the centenary of TS Eliot's poem, with a reading by Jeremy Irons.
Michael Symmons Roberts explores why so many poets choose to become opera librettists.
Thabiso Mohare explores the musical life of Soweto, South Africa's most famous township.
The 1939 radio adaptation of T H White's novel, with music composed by Benjamin Britten
Novelist Joanna Trollope explores the work of her favourite author, Jane Austen.
Marie-Louise Muir explores the significance of Van Morrison's recent gigs in east Belfast.
How some of the earliest American literary classics were actually written in Birmingham.
Will Gompertz presents a series on creativity