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Grahame Dangerfield, veteran naturalist, revisits the place he thought was Eden
Grayson Perry and his teddy Alan Measles tour Bavaria on a customised motorcycle.
Behind the scenes of London's Burning, a spectacle marking 350 years since the Great Fire.
Biographical series in which guests choose someone who has inspired their lives.
Public services, future prisons and his own life story. Terry Scott pokes fun.
Writer Maria Margaronis returns home to listen to those living through the Greek disaster.
Maria Margaronis explores worlds of hope and chaos for refugees and islanders in Greece.
Historian Dan Cruickshank asks if new garden cities are the answer to our housing crisis.
Professor Trevor Cox explores the world of sonic design applied to our outdoor spaces.
Angus Crawford asks whether the army can do its job whilst respecting the environment.
Martin Jarvis and Christopher Matthew return to their schooldays in Croydon and Surrey.
Maya Amin-Smith explores the legacy of the Grunwick dispute, four decades after it began.
Ian Peddie studies new Texan laws allowing concealed handguns into classrooms.
Iolo Williams yn crwydro nifer o gynefinoedd gwyllt Cymru.
Elinor Goodman examines the complex identity of England's Gypsies.
Ni kipindi kuhusu masuala ya jamii kinachokutanisha viongozi na wananchi kujibu masuala ya kijamii.
Frank Swain, aged 32, is losing his hearing. But could he create a new super sense?
Geoff Watts explores the cultural and scientific story of hallucination.
A look behind the scenes at Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre's Hamlet, with Maxine Peake.
Casgliad o bump o bytiau Ifor ap Glyn yn edrych ar darddiad a datblygiad geiriau Cymraeg.
In the solar system's outer darkness, planet Neptune has its first 'official' birthday.
Writer and comedian Stewart Lee explores the television series Children of the Stones.
Hardeep Singh Kohli travels the UK cooking Sunday lunch for people with remarkable stories
Hardtalk interviews newsmakers and personalities from across the globe.
Eddie Mair chairs a debate on the progress of the conflict in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Golwg ymchwiliadol ar newyddion y dydd.
A doctor wants to perform the first human head transplant. Will US surgeons license him?
Robin Ince explores our timeless fascination with the self-help shelf.
Health Check grapples with health issues on a global scale. Presented by Claudia Hammond.
Five experts set out their ideas for the future of public health in Britain.
Jim Al-Khalili explores what the past would have sounded like to our ancestors.
Nick Fraser considers the role of intellectuals in relation to world events and conflicts
Writer Le Ly Hayslip tells how she survived the Vietnam war and its aftermath.
The story of an octogenarian dancer teaching a 28-year-old how to waltz.
Lyse Doucet talks to a group of former hostages of so-called Islamic State.
A comic but scientifically-accurate look at the science and history of space exploration.
Performer Byron Vincent tries to overcome his paralysing fear of social situations.
Rowan Pelling searches for a cure for the problem which blights her life, procrastination.
Wayne Hemingway celebrates the lives of 1950s designers Robin and Lucienne Day.
John Waite tells the story of The Monkees, the successful 1960s pop group.
Geoff Ryman explores stories about women and men in future worlds. What might change?
Moby-Dick was made in England. Paul Farley tells a story of fast fish and loose fish.
Stories of sporting heroes who went to into battle during the First World War
Professor Andrew Hussey explores whether heroin use creates a particular aesthetic style.
Seventy years ago, an article about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima rocked the world.
Joanna Smith Rakoff explores JD Salinger's relationship with fans who wrote him letters
Piortraits of unknown, intimate and surprising aspects of Henry VIII's character
Aleks Krotoski explores innovations and cultural events from the age of communication.
The story of the worst volcanic eruption in human history and its continuing significance.
Sarah Butler asks, can the Bangladesh garment industry become ethical and profitable?