Creativity, performance, debate
Michael Goldfarb returns to his cab driving and acting days in 1970s New York
Must-see sights for post-Napoleonic War tourists, Cold War travellers and hot spots now.
Novelist John Lanchester, historians David Frye, Kylie Murray and journalist Tim Marshall
Hearing colours and tasting words with Hannah Silva, LJ Rich, Rob Drummond and Ruth Padel
Shahidha Bari, Josh Cohen and Sam Goodman explore the value of doing nothing.
Ruskin, Bazalgette and Clough: Laurence Scott examines three of Victoria's class of 1819.
Matthew Sweet pays tribute to Hollywood's most famous comedy duo, Stan and Ollie.
John Keats' stunningly fertile year - 1819 - celebrated by five leading contemporary poets
Fiona Stafford follows poet John Keats’ epic 1818 walk, which inspired his greatest works.
Michael Berkeley’s guest is actor Clarke Peters.
Tara Fitzgerald and Giles Terera read poems about violins, including Yeats and Whitman.
From holidays to prison breaks, sleep and death, with Adrian Dunbar and Jade Anouka.
Texts and music on the theme of list-making, with readers Jon Strickland and Emma Powell.
A reflection on upheaval inspired by Schiller, Schubert and the Liverpool Biennial.
The story behind the writing of Victor Hugo's book is one of adultery, intrigue and exile.
Cerys Matthews explores the influence of the 150 Psalms on musicians and composers.
Horatio Clare takes a sound walk through a German forest in the tradition of the Wanderer.
Drama exploring the mythic world of selkie and seal stories. Stars Stephan Dillane.
The magical story of the tree that sits at the heart of Christmas day.
On a journey to the moon, astronauts reflect on creation, God and our place in the cosmos
Song and storytelling with Simon Armitage, Joanne Harris and Owen Roberts
An ecological fable about a perfect society? Matthew Sweet reads Richard Adams' classic.
Bobby Seagull and Irving Finkel join Shahidha Bari to look at competitiveness and games.
Peter Wohlleben Emanuele Coccia Marion Sidebottom Luke Turner
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