English travel writers in all BBC programmes
Businessman and academic, Adair Turner looks at the life of Charles Darwin.
Businessman and academic Adair Turner talks about the life of Charles Darwin.
Don McCullin chooses his old travel companion Norman Lewis for Great Lives.
Poet Kit Wright chooses author and creator of the English dictionary, Dr Samuel Johnson.
Physicist Jim al-Khalili nominates Gertrude Bell who shaped modern-day Iraq.
War reporter Tim Butcher chooses an exploration into the strange world of Graham Greene.
Journalist Ann Leslie chooses the pioneering writer and explorer Mary Kingsley.
Novelist, Meg Rosoff explores the life of the Victorian travel writer Isabella Bird
The author Monica Ali champions the life of the explorer Richard Francis Burton.
Comedian Russell Kane nominates novelist Evelyn Waugh, with Ann Pasternak Slater helping.
Politician Boris Johnson chooses the creator of the English dictionary, Dr Samuel Johnson.