Comedian James Veitch struggles to create a new challenge-based format for Radio 4.
Melvyn Bragg examines the 19th century Parisian philosophy of life lived for art.
Confederacy of Dunces to Absolute Beginners, Dan Saladino looks at food in cult fiction.
Moshe Morad visits Athens, presenting music from Manolis Karantinis and Glykeria.
The dramatic story of one woman's escape from a life blighted by gang culture.
Moshe Morad presents music from Lazarus Koulaxizis and Rembetiko star Mario.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Gerald Scarfe goes looking for bohemia, with a small b. What is it? Does it even exist?
Film director and screenwriter Sally El Hosaini meets the writer Iain Sinclair.
Illuminated snails dancing, sculpted volcanoes and music playing for 1,000 years.
Former gang member Simeon Moore examines links between urban art forms and knife violence.
The encrypted apps that bring the criminal web to your mobile phone.
Five-part series exploring the art and politics of the artists' manifesto.
Poet Paul Henry traces the evasive spiv as he slips and slides through the archives.
Nadene Ghouri investigates the illegal market in fertility drugs.
Jarvis Cocker's nocturnal exploration of the human condition leads him to Soho after dark.
Did the World Wide Web's Utopian ideals spread crime and obscenity?
Travel writer Ian Marchant investigates 'psychogeography'.
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