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When a body in a suitcase washes up on Bondi Beach, Robin is determined to take the case.
When Peter Wildeblood fell in love with Edward McNally in 1952, homosexuality was a crime.
A personal and in-depth look at our relationship with Britain’s most popular illegal drug.
Objects from 1967 to 1987 include a rare collection of the first openly gay magazine.
Citizen Khan star Adil Ray explores rumours of a link to African royalty.
Steve tries to land on a glacier by helicopter. Matt looks for orca and humpback whales.
BBC Philharmonic in music by Mark Simpson and Tchaikovsky.
Witty, wise and the best women in literature. Why don't more of us read Henry James?
Pakistan's Hijra, or third gender, community shun a new emerging transgender identity.
Michael Goldfarb tells the story of Dutch philosopher Benedict Spinoza.
In a bid to diversify, Alex and Ben are attempting to enter the world of high finance.
By Emma Spurgin Hussey. Orkney, 1944, and George befriends Giorgio, an Italian POW pianist