The language of the financial markets. Michael Rosen returns for a new series on words.
Colin Blakemore explores the evolution of speech and language.
Professor Jean Aitchison examines what troubles us about how our language is changing.
Philosopher Barry Smith on Noam Chomsky and human language
Professor Jean Aitchison explores how and why language develops so quickly in children.
Michael Rosen on the evocative words used to describe features of the British landscape.
Will technology make language barriers obsolete?
Aleks Krotoski asks if language is a technology and how it has changed in the digital age.
Michael Rosen talks to Steve Jones about language and our genes.
What's it like to lose the language spoken by your parents? Michael Rosen finds out.
Malorie Blackman, author of Noughts and Crosses, talks in depth to Michael Rosen.
Mark Turin meets the linguists who track and preserve the languages of the Big Apple.
presented by Mark Lawson on Front Row from 9/10/2001
Tanya Byron and Michael Rosen discuss the language parents use to talk to their children.
Stephen Fry talks to presenter Michael Rosen about their mutual obsession with language.
Steven Pinker joins Michael Rosen to talk about his love of, and life in, language.
The writer Graham Joyce with a personal take on the ways in which we talk about cancer.
Times columnist Iain Martin examines the role of language differences in social divides.
Professor Jean Aitchison looks at the way we use language.
Chris Ledgard investigates three situations where precise use of words is crucial.
Robert Macfarlane tells Michael Rosen about his 'word-hoard' of endangered nature words.
Michael Rosen and Laura Wright discuss the role of young women in language innovation.