Philip Dodd discusses immigration in the UK and Howard Brenton's new play about Partition.
9/20 Professor Hugh Kennedy discusses the life and times of the great historian of early Islam.
Ian McMillan presents Radio 3's cabaret of the word, focusing on the surreal.
10/20 Professor Peter Adamson discusses the great Muslim philosopher Al-Farabi.
Tom Service with a portrait of pianist Rosalyn Tureck. Plus the Hilliard Ensemble.
Andrew McGregor and Sara Mohr-Pietsch report from the 2013 British Composer Awards.
Michael Berkeley's guest is film director Tom Hooper.
Mary King explores the critical relationship between choral composer and wordsmith.
Matthew Sweet discusses the 1960s and the fascination with the Profumo Affair.
1/5 Roger Scruton explores the philosophical background that influenced the young Wagner. (R)