3/4 Sculptor Peter Randall-Page describes the obduracy of Dartmoor's granite boulders. (R)
Anne McElvoy considers how Germans see their country's cultural role. (R)
4/4 Welsh poet Gillian Clarke counts the human cost of quarrying Snowdonia's ubiquitous slate. (R)
AL Kennedy explores the impact and idea of Henry Ford's introduction of the assembly line. (R)
Tom Service talks to Sir Peter Maxwell Davies and Sir Harrison Birtwistle. (R)
Matthew Sweet introduces a selection of film music inspired by the theme of memory.
Anthony Sattin explores how Sheikha Mayassa of Qatar has transformed the world of art.
Charlotte Higgins charts the printing prowess of German Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer. (R)
Edith Pearlman's playful short story about an elderly couple who start breaking the rules.
Fiona Shaw explores the life and work of Irish-born designer and architect Eileen Gray. (R)