An exploration of the life and work of the remarkable American Gaelic folk song collector.
Carlo Gébler, son of Edna O’Brien, asks why the children of writers often become writers.
Ken Hollings explores a century of R.U.R., Karel Capek's staged robot revolution.
Dr Kylie Murray explains her fascination for annotation.
Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh and Georgia Mann dissect Beethoven.
Why does the image of the forlorn and abandoned poet Thomas Chatterton haunt us today?
Uncovering the tragic story of a lost cellist, once known as Germany’s Jacqueline du Pré.
Three people meet to share experiences of grieving for their musician fathers.
Hannah French explores an often hidden disability for many musicians: chronic pain.
How did a maverick Scottish architect revolutionise the design of UK skateparks?