30/30 Historian Amanda Vickery reflects on the enduring pull of a home of one's own.
Melvyn Bragg and guests explore the philosophical question of what makes us human.
5/10 Sir David Cannadine explores Winston Churchill's complicated relationship with education.
Theologian Giles Fraser finds the answer to being human in Wittgenstein and Blade Runner.
Robert Elms celebrates the glories of the 1908 Franco-British Exhibition.
29/30 Historian Amanda Vickery listens to the experiences of those who moved out of the cities.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the philosophical movement phenomenology.
4/10 Sir David Cannadine explores Winston Churchill's family life.
Philosopher Barry Smith argues that language is the most important uniquely human quality.
28/30 Exploring the homes the British struggled to create in India during the age of empire.
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