10/10 Mike Parker visits Ambridge, home of the Archers, to explore maps of the imagination.
9/10 Mike Parker looks at cartography in the digital age and asks if the paper map can survive.
8/10 Mike Parker asks if Ordnance Survey can maintain its hold on the national topography.
7/10 Mike Parker visits a Cold War military site that was once a blank space on a map.
6/10 Cartographers always have to keep one eye on the map and one on new territorial disputes.
5/10 Mike Parker discovers how maps can be used as tools of power, politics and propaganda.
4/10 How society is now being analysed online in cartographic mash-ups and crowd-sourced data.
3/10 In exploration of cartography, Mike Parker recalls a bygone age of elegant motoring maps.
2/10 Mike Parker finds out what makes the ideal map for steering us through the urban jungle.
1/10 Mike Parker explores the maps he fell in love with as a teenager - Ordnance Survey maps.