Ben Wright looks back at the dramatic 1971 Commons vote that led to the UK joining the EEC
Episode 3: Virgil gives tips on bee-keeping and creates Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The Case Against Education
Should we have less, not more, education? Rory Sutherland challenges received ideas.
Songwriter Emmy the Great rediscovers the craft of the playground clapping game.
Keira Knightley: Movies That Made Me
Keira Knightley talks through her biggest film roles.
Celebrating 20 years of Legalised by Panjabi MC, including the iconic Mundian To Bach Ke.
The Ballads of the Great War
The Ballad of the Great War - 1916
The Ballad of the Great War - 1916, with stories of people who took part in the conflict.
Peacemaking, New York style.
Can justice based on ancient tradition work better than a criminal court?
John Waite's extraordinary trip to the base camp of the Unification Church in 1973.
Radio 4 Extra
The Unorthodox Life of Miriam
The shocking story of one woman's attempt to escape an Orthodox Jewish community.
Deep Time and the Sparrowhawk
A sound-led dive into deep time and ‘the long now'.
Josie Long presents short documentaries about food.
Why is it so difficult to decide what is true in a world riddled with alternative facts?
Emily Booth tells the story of heavy metal, the loudest and darkest form of rock.
Sayeeda Warsi explores how to be a Muslim woman in 21st-century Britain.
The Funeral of the Duke of Wellington
Recorded memories of the funeral in 1852 of the Duke of Wellington who defeated Napoleon.
An appraisal of Barbara Castle in the centenary of her birth
The search for a story in a randomly generated postcode.
The Eternal Life of the Instant Noodle
How instant noodles went global with the help of students, travellers and prisoners.
Martha Kearney and Andrew Dilnot explore government spending.
Into the Abyss
Jörn Leonhard explores the German experience of the 1918 armistice.
From Crisis to Crisis
Bridget Kendall asks why the international order built after 1945 is now in deep trouble.
The travels of the first Englishman in India, and the hunt for a lost poetic masterpiece.
Mind the Gap
Dr Geoff Bunn discovers that Freud's original contribution was via the microscope.
Dead Rats and Meat Cleavers
Turning base metal into musical gold - swordsmiths and Dead Rats!
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