The Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks reveals the pivotal role of music in his life.
The third man behind the unravelling of DNA's double helix Maurice Wilkins.
George Benjamin discusses his works, Dance Figures and Sudden Time.
Claudia Hammond looks at Hans Eysenck's studies of introvert and extrovert personalities.
Stephen Johnson explores Harrison Birtwistle's Cortege and Secret Theatre.
John Tusa talks to composer Harrison Birtwistle about his work.
Harrison Birtwistle introduces The Moth Requiem (extract)
Michael Berkeley's guest is deputy president of the UK Supreme Court Lady Brenda Hale.
Mark Coles profiles Lady Brenda Hale, the new President of the UK Supreme Court.
Michael Berkeley's guest is scientist Lewis Wolpert, who selects his favourite music.
Michael Berkeley's guest is materials scientist Mark Miodownik.
The work and legacy of the often overlooked 19th century scientist James Clerk Maxwell.
Will Self expresses deep concerns about the nature and value of scientific progress.
Will Self is at Glenlair, James Clerk Maxwell's country estate.
Will Self visits Jodrell Bank in a bid to understand the application of Maxwell's work.
Will Self's trip starts promisingly with a chance encounter with physicist Sir Peter Higgs
Will Self concludes his 600-mile road trip on the trail of physicist James Clerk Maxwell.
Michael Berkeley's guest is human rights lawyer Philippe Sands.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the pioneering scientist Rosalind Franklin.
Psychiatrist Simon Wessely talks to Michael Berkeley about his favourite music.
History series exploring over 2,000 years of western medicine. 20: Stopping the Rot:.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Indian historian Professor Sunil Khilnani.
Polly Toynbee explores how Arnold J Toynbee's life and writing was shaped by the Great War