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Hear one man's story of life in a Soviet labour camp during Stalin's rule.
BBC Radio 4
Sir Malcolm Rifkind and others discuss international surveillance.
Why do humans live in cities? And, what are the pros and cons of the modern metropolis?
BBC World Service
In the summer of 1984, a Nigerian exile living in London was kidnapped in a crate.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the invention of radio.
In the wake of the Turkish protests, Jonathan Freedland considers the Nika Riots of AD532.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Chinese book Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
The second of two programmes looking at why we bathe: the rituals and practices.
In the town of Amiens tyre manufacturers Goodyear and Dunlop face very different fates
Michael Portillo talks to a number of historians about the turmoil of the pre-war years.