Sir Donald Curry shows Steve Peacock around his Northumberland farm.
A look back at radio comedy in the late 1980s, with Hugh Dennis and Jim Eldridge.
A recollection the work of Pierre Charles L'Enfant in shaping Washington DC.
Californian chef and campaigner Alice Waters shares her food story with Sheila Dillon.
Farrah Jarral concludes her series on anthropology by looking to the future.
Film-maker Don Letts explores the life of reggae singer Peter Tosh.
A profile of the new Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon.
Michael Berkeley talks to the popular historical fiction writer Bernard Cornwell.
Michael Berkeley's guest is photographer Charlie Phillips.
Neurobiologist Prof Colin Blakemore takes Wendy Robbins to his childhood home in Coventry.
Profiles of politicians Colin Powell and "Mickey" Leland (1944-1989)
The BBC’s Michael Cockerell examines the turbulent life of the press baron Conrad Black.
Conrad Black is back. Michael Cockerell asks: will the fallen press baron slay his foes?
Sheena McDonald profiles Dame Liz Forgan, the first woman to chair the Arts Council.
Darwin's early life in Shropshire and his three years at Cambridge.
Former Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble meets his younger self in the archives.
Claudia Hammond with more experiments that changed our understanding of the human mind.
Poets Carol Ann Duffy, Liz Lochhead, Gillian Clarke and Eavan Boland update a 1992 debate.
A reflection in sound on the life of Virginia Fiennes, first wife of explorer Sir Ranulph.
Alistair Cooke reveals America's objections and misconceptions of honours.
Comic book legend Grant Morrison talks to musical comedy genius Neil Innes.
Jim Al-Khalili talks cloning with the creator of Dolly the sheep, Ian Wilmut.
Damian Barr talks to the legendary Portuguese pianist Maria João Pires.
Michael Berkeley's guest is author Jane Hawking.
Jim Naughtie profiles the Irish politicians who shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1998.
Stephen Sackur profiles John McFall, chairman of the House of Commons Treasury Committee.
Michael Berkeley's guest is the jazz musician John Surman.
Sir Nicholas Kenyon reflects on the life of composer Sir John Tavener.
Chris Tarrant chooses one of the great pioneers of modern radio - Kenny Everett.
Conductor Leonard Slatkin and his cellist brother Frederick on Korngold’s Cello Concerto