William Crawley tells the story of Northern Ireland's so-called 'Gay Cake' row.
Paul Gambaccini looks back on his 40 years as a broadcaster in Britain
Horticultural programme featuring a group of gardening experts
Gareth Gwynn takes us on a surreal journey into Welsh independence.
Satirist Gareth Gwynn has an identity crisis as he investigates Welsh-language rock.
Zareer Masani returns to Mumbai to measure India's changing attitudes to homosexuality.
Stephen Fry investigates the reality of being gay in prison.
Richard Coles asks if gay marriage is the last crusade of the campaign for gay rights.
A portrait of life in Gaza through the eyes of a group of young Palestinian surfers.
BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera goes inside Britain's secret listening station.
Lucy Ash sees how young Europeans are facing up to a time of economic and political crisis
Declan Harvey investigates if today's under-30s are a new right-wing political generation.
Fi Glover presents the series that tracks people from two very different generations
Tony Hill looks at the genesis of five inventions that define our world today
Amanda Foreman examines the formative years of British politics.
Neil MacGregor explores 600 years of Germany's complex and often challenging history.
Jane Garvey investigates the history of the female voice in broadcasting
Tim Marlow talks to celebrated photographer David Bailey about his work
Andrew Brown investigates the frontier of our knowledge about new brain cells.
150 years on, James Naughtie examines the relevance of the Gettysburg Address for today.
Rome's famous Piazza di Spagna has a secret British history that still reverberates.
Archaeologist Christine Finn goes in search of sounds not heard for millennia.
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Actor Jack Shepherd goes backstage to unearth the strange tales of haunted theatres.
Five years after Japan's tsunami, some survivors report seeing the ghosts of the dead.
A reflection in sound on the life of Virginia Fiennes, first wife of explorer Sir Ranulph.
Documentary series about five single people and what happens to them over a year
Richard Hollingham examines British plans for a moon mission.
Ricky Ross discovers how one Scottish company is giving back the freedom of speech.
Will Trevor Cox, a professor of acoustic engineering, be able to give up music for Lent?
Grey-haired Professor Mary Beard investigates why fewer people are now 'glad to be grey'.
In May 2014, a major fire ripped through the Glasgow School of Art. How has it recovered?
Harvard's Michael Sandel uses pioneering technology to conduct a truly global debate.
Literary comedy by Sue Limb parodying the arty and bohemian world of the Bloomsbury Group.
Susan Watts investigates the second generation of genetically modified crops.
Tim Gardam investigates faith in modern China
Matthew Taylor discovers what science tells us about our need for religion
Zareer Masani on why Indians worship English as a goddess who can free them from poverty.
Alan Dein meets figurehead of the Northern Irish punk scene, Terri Hooley.
Musician Goldie describes his story from a broken home to his success and later struggles.
Horatio Clare walks with former soldiers to see the Welsh mountains through their eyes.
The story of hair as an artefact of remembrance.
The story of Hermann Goering's brother, who claimed he saved people from Nazi persecution.
Simon Heffer re-evaluates the reign of George V.
A story of remarkable bravery from the Rwandan genocide of twenty years ago.
Charlie Beckett explores whether news is bad for us and how it could be done differently.
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Bill Bailey tells the story of the remarkable electronic instrument.
Could we, and should we, eradicate mosquitoes? Professor Adam Hart investigates.
Frank Cottrell Boyce celebrates one of the great TV families, the Waltons.
Novelist Louise Welsh discovers how the 'Gorbals Vampire' chamged UK censorship laws.
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Alvin Hall explores how gospel has been affected by commercialisation.
The story of a momentous day during Jeff Buckley's first solo tour of the UK in March 1994
Was graffiti the great art of the 70s? Some of New York's pioneers share their stories.
Aside from the physical landscape, what does graffiti and street art actually change?
Grahame Dangerfield, veteran naturalist, revisits the place he thought was Eden
Grayson Perry and his teddy Alan Measles tour Bavaria on a customised motorcycle.
Ben Miller explores the workings of the new LHC atom smasher at CERN in Switzerland
Behind the scenes of London's Burning, a spectacle marking 350 years since the Great Fire.
Adam Fowler visits Northern Canada to discover some potential benefits of global warming.
Biographical series in which guests choose someone who has inspired their lives.
Cerys Matthews explores the songbooks of countries other than America
Jolyon Jenkins speaks to the unsung enthusiasts on a mission to protect us from asteroids.
Michael Portillo explores the intellectual battleground of World War One.
Michael Portillo explores the possibilities for peace and protest during World War I.
Gareth Gwynn uncovers the fantastical world of a Welsh cultural lodestone Iolo Morganwg.
Writer Maria Margaronis returns home to listen to those living through the Greek disaster.
Maria Margaronis explores worlds of hope and chaos for refugees and islanders in Greece.
Historian Dan Cruickshank asks if new garden cities are the answer to our housing crisis.
Professor Trevor Cox explores the world of sonic design applied to our outdoor spaces.
Ayisha Yahya explores warnings that some deserts could turn greener in the future
Angus Crawford asks whether the army can do its job whilst respecting the environment.
Martin Jarvis and Christopher Matthew return to their schooldays in Croydon and Surrey.
Jane Garvey's world of knitting - full of rebels, musicians, jailbirds and reality TV.
Maya Amin-Smith explores the legacy of the Grunwick dispute, four decades after it began.
Brett Westwood and Phil Gates present a guide to some of Britain's coastal wildlife.
How to recognise birds of the British countryside from their appearance, calls and songs
Brett Westwood and Phil Gates present a guide to some of Britain's common garden wildlife
Brett Westwood and Stephen Moss offer a guide to Britain's upland birds
Ian Peddie studies new Texan laws allowing concealed handguns into classrooms.
Elinor Goodman examines the complex identity of England's Gypsies.