Allan Little looks at the transformation of Europe following the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Allan Little examines how apartheid was forged and then dismantled in South Africa.
As China changes leadership, Mukul Devichand probes Beijing's hidden battle of ideas.
Isabel Hilton reports from China on the current boom in museum building.
Andrew Dilnot charts the history of the British state through its numbers.
Allan examines new resentments and divisions within the EU exposed by the crisis.
Elif Shafak visits an Istanbul bookshop to see if modern Turkey is present on its shelves.
Roger begins his tour of Chinese museums in Shanghai, with a visit to an opera museum.
Italian journalist Beppe Severgnini contemplates the view from Italy.
Roger continues his journey through Shanghai, visiting a bank museum and a tobacco museum.
German historian Michael Stürmer contemplates the idea of Europe in Autumn 2011.
Political commentator Agnes Poirier contemplates the view from France.
Irish writer Fintan O'Toole contemplates the idea of Europe in Autumn 2011.
Greek novelist Ersi Sotiropoulos contemplates the idea of Europe in Autumn 2011.
Cartoonist Gerald Scarfe introduces a Recycled special on Europe, a bewildering place!
Allan Little looks at the changing dynamic of the European Union, as power heads east.
How will the European Union change after Britain leaves?
Sir Andrew Shonfield asks how Britain's inclusion will affect the European Community.
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.
Bridget Kendall and guests look beyond the crisis in Greece to assess the future of Europe
Edward Stourton asks if Labour should re-evaluate its attitude to the EU.
Sir Andrew Shonfield debates the prospects of the European Community.
Linda Colley begins her examination of the forces that unite and divide Britain.
Thabiso Mohare looks at the literary and spoken word scenes in South Africa.
Prof Colley posits some possibilities about UK development following the independence vote