Playwright David Hare discusses his new memoir, The Blue Touch Paper.
Matthew Sweet explores WWI popular culture with the help of historians and performers. (R)
5/5 BBC news correspondent Emma Jane Kirby discusses London in 1914. (R)
Jamie Bernstein and Nigel Simeone discuss Leonard Bernstein's music for stage and screen.
Christopher Cook with Tony Palmer and Graham Lack introduce Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.
New Generation Thinker Shahidha Bari and actress Houda Echouafni on the Arabian Nights.
Andrew McGregor investigates Charles Ives's Symphony No 4.
1/2 Historian Bettany Hughes follows the trail of the Caucasus in antiquity. (R)
Gavin Plumley and Erik Levi discuss the life and work of Austrian composer Franz Schmidt.
2/2 Exploring the idea that the Caucasus was the home of the race known as 'Caucasians'. (R)