Professor Williams explores solutions to prevent racism and reconcile racial tensions.
Allan Little examines how apartheid was forged and then dismantled in South Africa.
Author Bali Rai argues that stopping talking about race is the best way to stop racism.
Hugh Muir charts the movement of ethnic minorities from cities to the English countryside.
Erykah Badu tells how the Black Power movement changed American music forever.
African-American frustration at the slow pace of change results in riots.
Professor David Livingstone on how climate has shaped how we think about our lives.
Robert Gardiner explores the myths of race; from past history to current frustrations.
Michael Rosen asks George Lakoff about the new political words coming out of the US now.
Singer-songwriter Erykah Badu explores the music generated by the Black Power movement.
The court rulings on Albert Alvarez-Machain and cross burning in Minnesota.
Neil MacGregor concludes his series on shared beliefs with a look to the future and hope.
UN ambassador Moynihan voices anger at anti-Zionist vote.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the 20th century’s vast population and cultural shifts.
Sonia Sodha explores how two of the UK's most multicultural places are managing diversity.
Rabina Khan calls for a new definition of multiculturalism which avoids simplistic labels.
Professor Patricia Williams assesses the effect of social blindness about colour and race.
What do the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, tell us about the far-right in America?
Jacques Darras explains how multiculturalism is not a modern concept.
The morality of multiculturalism. Michael Buerk chairs the debate.
Miranda Rae, a single mum herself, explores the challenges facing another single mother.
Zubeida Malik speaks to Sister Christine Frost about her life and work in east London.