A collection of programmes relating to democracy
Nick Robinson examines if we actually want as much democracy as we have.
Melvyn Bragg discovers how turmoil in medieval England resulted in Magna Carta in 1215.
Melvyn Bragg examines the origins of the most cherished form of government in the world.
Professor Giddens examines one of the most powerful ideas of the 20th century.
Mike Thomson asks whether the British tried to rig Nigeria's first democratic elections.
Roger Scruton argues that democracy alone is not enough for political freedom.
Edward Stourton explores the prospects for post-revolution government in the Arab world.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the relationship between democracy and capitalism.
Alistair Cooke commemorates the 10th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall.
Dr Mukulika Banerjee learns about the processes involved in an Indian general election.
Linda Pressley travels to Tunisia to examine the progress of its transition to democracy.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the impact of politics on psychoanalysis.
Roger Scruton continues his series of talks on the nature and limits of democracy.
Justin Rowlatt asks if democracies are incapable of tackling climate change.
Professor Gordon Graham argues that democracy is overrated.
Anne McElvoy talks to Antonia Fraser, David Graeber and Jesse Norman.
Michael Portillo investigates the past and future of the fragile ideal that is democracy.
Roger Scruton concludes his series of talks on the nature and limits of democracy.