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.
3/10 Sir David Cannadine explores Winston Churchill's first career as a journalist.
Only humans know they will die. Catharine Edwards on the Stoic philosopher Seneca.
27/30 The Victorians contrived increasingly ingenious ways to domesticate nature.
2/10 Historian Sir David Cannadine enjoys Winston Churchill's prodigious appetite for food.
Simon Schaffer on botanist Carl Linnaeus, who first classified humans among the apes.
26/30 Amanda Vickery assesses 19th-century learning at home through both mother and child.
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