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Neil Gillespie at his Lanarkshire Maggie's Centre says it's due to our civil society.
The former MP and Southbank Centre's Artistic Director discuss the WATO@50 nominations.
The former presenter recalls an interview with the American President in 1985.
Jim Naughtie and Neil Kinnock reunite to discuss their 1989 interview on The World at One
The conclusion of our anniversary, celebrating Britain's best.
Neil Gillespie at his Lanarkshire Maggie's Centre says it's due to our civil society
Former presenter Sue MacGregor recalls her time on Wato
One of the first presenters recalls his time on The World At One.
Former World at One editor Kevin Marsh goes back over his 20 years on the programme.
Former Wato producer Sian Williams recalls her time on the programme
Beer writer Pete Brown and beer sommelier Jane Peyton raise a glass of British beer.
Award-winning silver goblets at the Assay Office in Edinburgh.
Steve Oram, Orchard Biodiversity officer says some of our oldest varieties are at risk.
A driver at the world's oldest railway on life on the tracks.
Honorary Colonel Matthew Sykes of The King's Troop describes a Royal salute.
Daljit Nagra, Radio 4's poet-in-residence reads his poem The World At One
The latest in our WATO at 50 series, the Brass Band.
An archive clip as part of our celebration of 50 years of The World at One
Jean Seaton, Professor of Media History on WATO's impact on the 1965's radio landscape.
Graham Mytton and Greville Havenhand who worked on the original World at One.
We join some of the judges of the Britain in Bloom competition in Colchester
Chef Raymond Blanc praises British food curiosity
Curator Patrick Murphy celebrates the "beauty and brilliance" of road signs
Peter Hitchens nominates the Book of Common Prayer for the WATO@50 series
Broadcaster and gardener Monty Don asks whether Britain has the best gardens.