Philip Dodd considers the idea of public and private art.
3/5 Rabbi Julia Neuberger considers the middle section of the Lord's Prayer.
Patricia Duncker talks about George Eliot, and Adrienne Mayor discusses Amazonian women.
4/5 Michigan-based poet and undertaker Thomas Lynch considers a line from the Lord's Prayer.
Ian McMillan explores the language of bureaucracy with Paul Taylor and Heather Phillipson.
5/5 Poet and author Andrew Motion considers the penultimate lines of the Lord's Prayer.
Celebrated Russian-born pianist and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy talks to Tom Service.
Matthew Sweet introduces a selection of film music with an antipodean connection.
Matthew Sweet explores the science fiction futures of three neglected female writers.
1/5 Michele Roberts walks through Poznan and is reminded of Persephone, goddess of spring. (R)