Petroc Trelawny presents a live edition with guests Steven Osborne and James Rhodes.
Philip Dodd and guests discuss George Dangerfield's The Strange Death of Liberal England.
William Boyd, Margaret Drabble and Matthew Sweet discuss Musil's The Man without Qualities
2/5 Hugh Schofield on the storm in Paris over the murder of pacifist Jean Jaures before WWI.
AS Byatt, Alexandra Harris, Neil Brand and Philipp Blom on culture in Europe pre-WWI.
1/5 Bethany Bell evokes the elegance and dark tensions of 1914 Vienna - and their echoes now.
Tom Service presents an extended interview with German conductor Christian Thielemann.
Lucy Parham on how literature inspired Schumann to write some of his great piano cycles.
5/5 Rupert Goodwins on the potential of the internet to improve the future for blind people.
4/5 Rupert Goodwins tries to find if technology can limit his isolation from blindness.