Neil MacGregor ends his journey through 600 years of German history at the Reichstag.
Neil MacGregor focuses on Ernst Barlach's sculpture Hovering Angel, a unique war memorial.
Neil MacGregor discusses why Germany has the fastest-growing Jewish population in Europe.
Neil MacGregor talks to a woman who cleared rubble from the streets of Berlin in 1945.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the forced movement of more than 12 million Germans after 1945.
Neil MacGregor visits Buchenwald, one of the earliest and largest concentration camps.
Neil MacGregor focuses on how the Nazis attacked art they viewed as degenerate.
Neil MacGregor on the emergency money created to replace metal coins, and hyperinflation.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the art of Kathe Kollwitz, witness to the suffering of war.
Neil MacGregor charts the career of Otto von Bismarck, known as the Iron Chancellor.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the Bauhaus school of art and design, founded in Weimar in 1919.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the long tradition of German metalwork, from clocks to cars.
Neil MacGregor focuses on how German chemists discovered the secrets of Chinese porcelain.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the work of Dürer (1471-1528), the defining artist of Germany.
Neil MacGregor examines how Johannes Gutenberg's inventions transformed our world.
Black, red and gold become the colours of Germany, and Karl Marx publishes a manifesto.
Neil MacGregor focuses on 19th-century uses of iron, from jewellery to the Iron Cross.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the Hansa, the great trading alliance, and the painter Holbein.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the supreme limewood sculptures of Riemenschneider (c1460-1531).
Was Charlemagne a great French ruler, or was he Charles the Great, a German?
Neil MacGregor focuses on two great emblems of Germany's national diet: beer and sausages.
Neil MacGregor visits the Walhalla, a 19th-century temple to German-ness, built in Bavaria
Neil MacGregor focuses on Germany's great national poet Goethe, who was born in 1749.
Neil MacGregor on how the Grimms and painter Caspar David Friedrich shaped German identity
Neil MacGregor examines how Luther created the modern German language.
Neil MacGregor discovers how coins reveal the range and diversity of the Holy Roman Empire
Neil MacGregor visits Strasbourg, now in France but also a key city in German history.
Neil MacGregor visits Kaliningrad, now in Russia but formerly the German city Konigsberg.
Neil MacGregor examines the story of the two Germanys, East and West, created in 1949.
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Neil visits the Brandenburg Gate.