3/5 Jeanne Haffner discusses how aerial photography changed the spaces we live in.
2/5 Omar Nasim discusses the very first pictures of a nebula, taken by Henry Draper in 1880.
Patrick Wright investigates why German writer Uwe Johnson chose to live in Sheerness.
1/5 Kelley Wilder discusses how the 1896 x-ray photograph of a hand changed medicine.
Adam Smith unearths the roots of Nathanael West's Hollywood novel The Day of the Locust.
5/5 Martin Gayford describes his encounters with pianist Jimmy Rowles.
Matthew Sweet introduces film music inspired by the works of writer Roald Dahl.
3/5 Martin Gayford remembers revealing telephone conversations with cornettist Ruby Braff.
Samira Ahmed explores the role of HG Wells in the creation of the nuclear bomb.
Ian McMillan looks at form with writers Claudia Rankine, Don Paterson and AL Kennedy.