From King Kong to the teddy bear, Marina Warner examines the changing value of the animal.
Marina Warner examines the threads linking ancient myths and modern machismo.
In her penultimate lecture Marina Warner asks: who are the real cannibals?
Sarah Bennetto gets scary at the 2017 Machynlleth Comedy Festival.
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough searches the Autumn forest, looking for stories.
Writer Jonathan Stroud explains why he thinks ghost stories are good for you.
Marina Warner looks at myths of national identity and asks: what is home ground?
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the origins of everything.
How did the world begin? Jessica Frazier canvases the views of the great religions.
Marina Warner examines the various depictions of children in myths and stories.
In her first lecture, Marina Warner examines the role of the 'she-monster' in myth.
Michael Rosen, AS Byatt and Richard Mabey explore the world of fairy tales.
Marina Warner and a host of leading writers discuss contemporary fiction.
Michael Rosen hears the traditional stories that are being passed down the generations.
What do fairy tales teach girls about what a woman should be?
What is it about myths and legends that provides such enduring inspiration for writers?
With the Balkan wars still ongoing, Alistair Cooke relies on humour for some light relief.