22/30 Medicine's listening revolution in the 19th century with the discovery of the stethoscope.
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Rainer Hersch investigates the catchiest song in the 15th century and its revival today.
1/5 The life of the Spanish Infanta who became Queen and changed the course of Tudor history.
21/30 Prof David Hendy explores how the sounds of nature gave way to the industrial revolution.
3/3 Misha Glenny explores the crucial events of 1870 and the Franco-Prussian war.
2/2 A stellar cast of 26 leading poets read their own work inspired by the Lyrical Ballads.
20/30 The soundscape of civil conflict in 18th-century Paris and 19th-century America.
19/30 David Hendy explores the history of slavery through sound.
Ben Schott traces the history of a pocket book that rivalled the Bible as a bestseller.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Battle of Lepanto, 1571.