Carole Stone discusses the charismatic guru hailed during the 60s as a great philosopher.
Vivienne Parry explores madness and mental health among heroines of classic fiction.
29/30 Prof Hendy travels to Accra, a city so loud that visitors describe it as a visceral shock.
4/5 Illicit copies of Dr Zhivago are in great demand at the 1958 Brussels World's Fair.
Mark Lawson chats to PD James about crime writing and her novel 'Death in Holy Orders'.
Lesley Garrett tells the story of operatic comedienne Joan Turner.
30/30 Silence has become an ever more desirable state. But when we have it, is it what we want?
5/5 Pasternak is awarded the 1958 Nobel Prize in Literature but is forced to renounce it.
1/6 Peggy Lee's daughter Nicki Foster talks about her mother's life and her hit record.