Why do we dream? Drs Rutherford and Fry delve into the science of sleep.
Jarvis Cocker and the BBC Philharmonic weave dark tales of insomnia and nocturnal visions.
Jarvis Cocker goes on a city night walk to find out what goes on behind closed doors.
Josie Long explores uncertain territory.
What happens when signals in the brain misfire and dreams become terrifying nightmares?
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the function and interpretation of dreams.
A look at the way artists have looked into their unconscious minds to find inspiration.
In deep sleep, where the places we go are unlimited - does dream interpretation matter?
Actress Josie Walker meets Libby Purves in this nocturnal conversation programme.
Jarvis meets an unlucky trucker, a hopeful hitchhiker and a host of Scottish ghostbusters.
Jarvis Cocker wanders the lava fields of Iceland in search of the unseen forces of night.
Umair Haque, who has to live mostly in the dark, asks if night itself is under threat.
BBC correspondent Lyse Doucet joins Libby Purves for live late night conversation.
Nature writer and owl enthusiast Miriam Darlington joins Libby Purves.
Bridget Kendall and her three guests enter the night.
Jarvis Cocker returns with his award-winning nocturnal exploration of the human condition.
Jarvis takes to the sea, contemplating night crossings mythic and modern.
Jarvis becomes a night watchman, and a nurse and a spy also share stories of keeping watch
Sam Lee, Marisha Wallace and Adam Kay join Libby Purves for live, nocturnal conversation.
Josie Long listens for the sounds that lurk in the darkness.
Jarvis Cocker finds himself snowbound in his nocturnal exploration of the human condition.
Stephen Hough and Stephanie Street join Libby Purves for live, nocturnal conversation.
Jarvis explores the battle between the forces of darkness and light.
A documentary contemplating the 'endless days and nights' that affect Finland.
Jarvis Cocker's nocturnal exploration of the human condition leads him to Soho after dark.
Shane McCorristine thinks that people are losing out by not talking about their dreams.
Josie Long hears tales of darkness and horror on a late night walk in the woods.
Writer Tracy Chevalier joins Libby Purves for live, late-night conversation.
What makes people early or late risers?
Yorkshire looks different in the dark. Helen Mark looks into the heavens and underground.
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