4/12 The legacy of O'Connor's 1842 plan for poor Britons to plough their own furrow.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the ancient Greek poet Sappho.
Criminologist David Wilson looks at Thomas Hobbes and his 'social contract' theory.
1/4 Tim FitzHigham recreates an 18th-century bet: Can he navigate central London blindfolded?
3/12 Laurence Llewelyn Bowen explores the idea of the sporting estate.
2/2 Misha explores the background to Garibaldi's heroic efforts that liberated southern Italy.
Angie Hobbs, Leif Wenar and David Runciman debate and explore the ideas of John Rawls.
2/12 How Wordsworth's poetry has influenced thinking about nature ever since.
1/2 Misha Glenny goes to Rome, Sardinia and Milan in pursuit of the Italian nationalist.
In this edition of a series of programmes on justice, Harry Potter examines deterrence.
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