2/2 In Gerda Stevenson's story, Lily reflects on her English roots and her Scottish home.
2/4 Paul Farley does the Knowledge, collecting taxi poems and sounds from all over London.
With Treasure Island, Electricity, Black Mirror on TV, The Hot Country and dolls' houses.
Rowan Pelling visits Vienna to explore the enduring appeal of Gustav Klimt's The Kiss.
Paul McCartney, framing An Allegory of Prudence, Ian McDiarmid on The Merchant of Venice.
5/5 A computer called Baby, Alan Turing, 25 Nobel prize winners and the wonders of graphene.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Trevor Nunn on Cats; Churchill's art; Jeff Kinney; dolls' houses.
James Naughtie and Allan Mallinson discuss Master and Commander, by Patrick O'Brian.
4/5 The cotton had gone, the ship canal had gone, the money had gone. Then music arrived.
6/6 Tim explores the meaning of 'work' through the medium of poetry. With Tom Basden.
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