Should history lessons teach patriotism, national humility, citizenship or scepticism?
Historian Priya Atwal explores the global pitfalls in telling textbook national history
Antonia Fraser and fellow historian Margaret MacMillan discuss writing history
Transparency is apparently the opposite of secrecy, but is it really a panacea?
Actress and comedian Diona Doherty proposes that bridesmaids should be seen AND heard.
Fi Glover and Peter Curran examine how workplace Britain has changed since Weinstein.
Challenging received wisdoms. Has obsessively measuring diversity made us less equal?
Fi Glover pits optimists against pessimists in a debate on gender equality.
Melvyn Bragg examines whether we can ever predict the future by understanding the past.
Melvyn Bragg considers the relevance of the study of history in the 20th century.
Mat Paskins tells a story of black sand conjuring emotions, which bring history to life.
Noma Dumezweni narrates the third episode of her series about risk and creativity.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Alexei Sayle when they ask "Is Philosophy Dead?".
Michael Rosen looks at philosophy in English, from John Locke to corporate slogans.
Former army intelligence officer Andy Owen explains how philosophy can help in battle.
Edward Said examines the definition and role of intellectuals in the modern world.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Roman satire.
Matthew Sweet and philosopher Janet Radcliffe Richards explore sex equality and pay.
Marie-Louise Muir unpicks the intricacies of Irish satire.
Michael Rosen hears the traditional stories that are being passed down the generations.
Art critic Rachel Campbell-Johnston, explores the mysterious world of art attribution.
Melvyn Bragg examines whether the ancient genre of tragedy has a place in our own time.
Aditya Chakrabortty investigates the origins and impact of the word 'transparency'.
Combative debate examining the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories.
Onora O'Neill examines how transparency and trust are related.
Professor Michael Sandel explores democracy with a group of MPs, peers and the public.