Andrew Dilnot explores the statistics associated with knowledge and power in Britain.
Andrew Dilnot charts Britain's transformation through numbers.
Andrew Dilnot charts the history of the British state through its numbers.
Andrew Dilnot explores the statistics associated with social security.
Andrew Dilnot analyses the numbers around debt.
Andrew Dilnot explores the numbers around building the state.
Andrew Dilnot explores the statistics involved in enfranchisement.
Jarvis Cocker goes on a journey through an Icelandic night that never falls.
Why are Tories and the left obsessed with the 'Swedish model'? Jo Fidgen investigates.
Maria Margaronis explores the divided history of Cyprus, as a new settlement awaits.
Elif Shafak visits an Istanbul bookshop to see if modern Turkey is present on its shelves.
How do young Germans imagine a future after Angela Merkel?
Anne McElvoy considers how Germans see their country's cultural role.
Prof Colley examines the island nature of the United Kingdom.
Sound recordist Chris Watson captures the dramatic sounds of Iceland's dynamic landscape.
Linda Colley begins her examination of the forces that unite and divide Britain.
Prof Colley posits some possibilities about UK development following the independence vote
Danish author Dorthe Nors gives her view of the British from across the North Sea.
Linda Colley wades into the choppy waters of Britain's relationship with the sea.
Iceland is warming faster than most countries. Tom Heap finds out why.
Comedian Danny Robins explores the global Swedish cultural explosion conquering the world.
Katie takes a look at Turkey, which has become more popular with British holidaymakers.
Ruth Alexander looks at the rise in violent crime in Sweden.