Francine Stock explores how World War I changed art, words and society.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the work of key philosophers and their theories.
A look back at programmes and recordings from the BBC archives
Series exploring how technology is changing the arts.
Susan Marling asks why the UK has the lowest proportion of female engineers in Europe.
In-game betting is becoming hugely popular, but does it threaten the integrity of sport?
Tom Armitage decodes digital literacy for the so-called 'second machine age'.
Moving story of love and the struggle to find meaning when faced with a terrible illness.
How Macau overtook Las Vegas to become the gambling capital of the world.
Dr Shahidha Bari looks at the history of the sari.
Folk singer Lisa Knapp explores the inspirational power of the Shipping Forecast.
A showcase for delightful and adventurous short documentaries from the UK and abroad
A poetic meditation on the element uniting Nagasaki, Argyll and a mutant bounty hunter.
Mark Urban investigates whether the west is losing its military edge.
Michael Portillo explores the possibilities for peace and protest during World War I.
Documentary exploring the increasing popularity of coffee shops as places to work from.
A gripping true story of poetry, murder and the art of forgery.
Investigating mass rapes committed by Soviet troops in Germany at the end of World War II.
A look at the lives of children from divorced parents who travel between parental homes.
Andrew Hussey on the impact of one of French cinema's most incendiary films, La Haine.
Max Cotton explores the world of Napoleonic re-enactment and the legacy of Waterloo.
A portrait of poet Gwendolyn Brooks, narrated by her daughter Nora Brooks Blakely.
The country's leading political journalists analyse the newspapers
Jackie Malton assesses how the police have tackled sexism and misogyny in their ranks.