Michael Rosen commemorates Holocaust Memorial Day and looks at how we choose to remember.
Dominic Lawson interviews military historian Antony Beevor over a game of chess.
Alfred Brendel recalls hearing the voice of Hitler and Goebbels as a small boy
Alex Last traces the fate of 12 children named in a series of postwar BBC radio appeals.
Alex Last traces the fate of 12 children named in a series of post-war BBC radio appeals.
Melvyn Bragg examines Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany though historiographical theories.
Composer Adam Gorb goes on a journey to listen to the lost music of concentration camps.
Michael Maloney reads an extract from Florian Illies's 1913.
Mike Thomson investigates the role of the BBC Hungarian Service in World War II.
Naomi Gryn revisits the Holocaust novel The Last of the Just, published 60 years ago.
Alistair Cooke examines tyrants who commit mass murder and compares Stalin with Hitler.
How 300 orphans of the holocaust began a new life in the Lake District.