Hugh Muir charts the movement of ethnic minorities from cities to the English countryside.
How city living could be transformed by the digital revolution.
The work of Jack Kemp, the Secretary of Housing and Development.
Chris Mason brings together Radio 4 listeners' contributions on the rural environment.
James MacMillan plays a lowland skyline, Gaelic singer Julie Fowlis one in the highlands.
Melissa McCarthy discusses how a rural upbringing influenced her acting.
Courtney Pine and composer Anna Meredith play the skyline at the Millennium Bridge.
Solving the devastating problems of rural isolation and loneliness amongst the elderly.
Singer-songwriter Kizzy Crawford and pianist Gwilym Simcock play the Port Talbot skyline.
John Doran seeks out radical music being made in the valleys and plains of Britain.
Richard Rogers explores how cities can be socially divisive and environmentally hazardous.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the rise of the city, from its Bronze Age origins to 1800.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history of the city.
Melvyn Bragg looks at the innovative developments of the city in the 20th century.
Peter White and Janet Street-Porter explore one of his betes noires, the countryside.
Radio 4's alternative take on the archive goes to the country. Presented by Gerald Scarfe.
Political correspondent Chris Mason mulls over the divide between city and country life.
Richard Rogers explores both the civilising and brutalising aspects of urban life.
Where does Brexit leave the UK countryside? Tom Heap hosts a debate.
Aleks Krotoski explores what technology tells us about ourselves and the age we live in.