Barrister Harry Potter on whether we can believe our eyes.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss how we can know anything at all.
Melvyn Braggs and guests discuss the history of ideas around love.
5/5 How the age's great technological advances were used to capture criminals.
How should we love our children? Philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau had some great ideas.
4/5 A notorious poisoning case shakes public faith in expert witnesses. Robert Glenister reads
What is love? Psychotherapist Mark Vernon looks at Freud's ideas on the Greek god Eros.
3/5 How the 1828 Red Barn Murder became a sensation of the age. Robert Glenister reads.
Giles Fraser discusses gene theory versus altruism with Tom Stoppard and Armand Leroi.
In 1960, the leading Nazi Adolf Eichmann was abducted in Argentina and smuggled to Israel.
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