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Historian Andrew Roberts dispels some myths about Napoleon Bonaparte.
Natalie Haynes attempts to find the algorithm to determine the perfect joke.
Michael Portillo investigates nature's tyrants
Carmen Pryce investigates the inner world of the young child.
Nature that has had a profound impact on human culture and society across history.
Scientists select and discuss precedessors who inspired their work and lives.
Natural history programme offering a unique insight into the natural world
Natural history series telling the stories of Britain's non-native invasive species.
The story of Allegra, Byron's illegitimate daughter, who haunted her father's imagination.
David Dabydeen recalls five different stories of mass migration from around the world.
An indepth look at the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela
Nemone looks back at dance music of the 1990s with guests from the era.
Julia Hobsbawm explores the past, present and future of networking.
Olivia O'Leary follows historian Theodore Zeldin in the quest to reform conversation.
Martha Kearney follows the experiences and explores the hopes of new MPs at Westminster.
Jon Manel uncovers new evidence of methods used by some newspapers to get their stories.
A look back at the stories that hit the headlines in the past year
Owen Bennett Jones and guests take an in-depth look at a topic in the week's news
A night out in the Latino suburbs with the mariachis of Boyle Heights, East LA.
Lesley Curwen investigates cultural failings in the NHS
Steve Richards looks back on Nick Clegg's rollercoaster ride in power
Nick Coffer keeps you company every Sunday with the Weekend Kitchen.
Mark Doyle asks if Nigeria will become a full democracy or be torn apart by violence.
Jackie Ashley investigates the standard of hospital care at nights and at weekends.
Sarah Moore meets bird rescuer Jean Hains, who helps young Manx Shearwaters.
Poet Paul Farley flies over London in a police helicopter and reflects on the city below.
Radio 3’s flagship arts programme until 2013. Over 350 editions available in the archive.
The remarkable story of the Mangeshkar sisters, revered by Bollywood fans the world over.
Did the number zero come out of religious culture in ancient India? Alex Bellos explores.
Peter White talks to disabled people who have achieved outstanding success in their field
Ian Marchant takes a trip along the line dividing the North of England from the South
As Derry-Londonderry becomes the UK City of Culture, William Crawley considers identity.
The life of Johnny Morris, told by his friend and former co-presenter Terry Nutkins.
Marie-Louise Muir revisits youth orchestras set up during the Troubles in Northern Ireland
The story of how Botswana has become Africa's leading exponent of crime investigation.
What can animals tell us about the origins of our numerical abilities?
Erica Wagner explores America's relationship with its national anthem, an ode to its flag.
Helynt yr wythnos wleidyddol. A look at the week's political ups and downs
Kwame Anthony Appiah investigates president-elect Obama's academic career.
Matthew Sweet explores how the things people accumulate reflect who they are.
True stories of chance discoveries.
Owen Bennett Jones has a sideways look at confusions and contradictions of the Middle East
Simon Armitage explores the creative possibilities opened up by Oblique Strategies cards.
Gabrielle Walker explores why we know so little about the planet's oceans
Series featuring new writing and stimulating discussion
Documentary series charting the legacy of Britain's oil boom, presented by James Naughtie
Historical photographs are rare in China, but now the pictured past is being reclaimed.
For Israelis and Palestinians everything is politicised, even the olive harvest.
Oliver Burkeman explores why people feel so busy today.
Peter White investigates the disappearance of the Cameroon athletes from the 2012 Olympics