James Naughtie profiles the Nobel prize-winning economist.
Wole Soyinka explores the notion of dignity within a climate of fear.
Claudia Hammond revisits Langer and Rodin's 1976 Arden House study.
Stephen Johnson explores three of Luciano Berio's virtuosic and experimental Sequenzas.
Chris Bowlby profiles self-styled socialist US presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.
A classic experiment in operant conditioning conducted by the famous behaviourist.
The Borders: Adventurous farmers, dying industries and why Muir hated Walter Scott.
Jeffrey Sachs delivers the first of five lectures, recorded at The Royal Society in London
Physicist Brian Cox tells Matthew Parris how Carl Sagan's Cosmos TV show changed his life.
Carol Dweck showed how changing people's beliefs can affect their levels of achievement.
A profile of Charles Saumarez Smith, the director of the National Gallery.
Should we remember Henry Kissinger as America's wise strategist or its ruthless operator?
Jeffrey Sachs delivers the fourth of five lectures. He considers the challenges of poverty
Lavinia Greenlaw meets Bishop's cousin
Elizabeth Bishop's House
Louise Welsh hits the 1930s trail blazed round Scotland by Orkney poet Edwin Muir.
Glasgow: Working in the spaceship yards and taking the Govan ferry.
Jeffrey Sachs calls for a new Enlightenment to help make globalisation work for all.
The Highlands: Gaelic, Doric and heading for the A9 in an open-top car.
Matthew Taylor tells the story of the last eight years in the life of George Price.
In his final Reith Lecture, Wole Soyinka examines the causes and impact of fanaticism.
Simon Schama considers Israel's troubled life, its achievements and possible future.
Mary Ann Sieghart profiles Janet Yellen, Obama's choice to lead the US Federal Reserve.
Lenny Henry focuses on attitudes towards homosexuality, with film-maker Isaac Julien.
Programme following a year in the life of Rory Stewart - an MP with an unusual profile.
Louise journeys to the tiny Orkney island of Wyre, via the Ness of Brodgar neolithic dig.
Poet and Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney is in conversation with Mark Lawson.
Wole Soyinka examines the difficulties in telling friend from foe in a climate of fear.
George Steiner discusses his personal music choices with Michael Berkeley.
Artist Isaac Julien has an imagined chat with former collaborator Professor Stuart Hall.