In-house journals and industrial musicals, how firms have communicated to their workers.
Sean Street examines those moments where Radio forgets itself.
How did subliminal advertising begin, and does it work? David Aaronovitch investigates.
The ad slogan that changed our culture, and the psychology that still powers it.
Peter Curran investigates our compulsion to consume snacks and movies at the same time.
How the power of the news media is used as a global government tool for influence.
Mark Lawson considers how the increasing power of the audience is affecting storytellers.
Evan Davis talks to advertising executive Steve Henry about deception.
Psychologist Dr Pete Etchells' eye tracker sees what captures our attention.
Tom Parker Bowles looks at the cinema eating experience.
Andrea Cooper explains why she believes that football can change the world.
Can marketing move beyond mere copy and be considered genuine art?
From 'Mad Men' to 'Math Men'. What does Big Data mean for the future of marketing?
James Naughtie explores history through front page small ads.
The conflict in Kashmir told through the life and times of a burnt-out movie theatre
Jeremy Leslie explains why reports of magazines dying have been greatly exaggerated.
Actor Michael Sheen's tells the story of Port Talbot's famous art deco Plaza cinema.
Wayne Hemingway charts 100 years of British advertising examining how we learned to sell.
How three words transformed a mundane sports good into an entire philosophy.
Mark Kermode considers the crucial moment in a film's life, the opening weekend.
Will ad-blocking software kill off most free news on the internet?
What is the future of advertising, and can it be as bleak as some imagine?
Jolyon Jenkins reports on the people trying to get rich online without actually working.
Philip Ball reveals that technology can act as a catalyst for belief in spirits or ghosts.
Angela Carter's friends, colleagues and admirers remember her innovative plays for radio.