Comedian Bernard Manning assesses the achievements of Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Read more
Comedian Bernard Manning assesses the achievements of Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
Paul Nurse discusses scientist, inventor and poet Erasmus Darwin, grandfather of Charles.
Darcus Howe discusses his uncle, the sportsman, writer and revolutionary CLR James.
Writer Bea Campbell chooses pioneering environmental protection scientist Rachel Carson.
Muriel Gray and Christopher Frayling discuss the life of ghost story writer MR James.
Novelist Ahdaf Soueif chooses acclaimed Egyptian singer Umm Kulthum as his great life.
Nobel Prize-winning chemist Sir Harry Kroto chooses the philosopher Benedict Spinoza.
Politician Tam Dalyell chooses cabinet minister and political diarist Richard Crossman.
Political cartoonist Steve Bell chooses the 18th-century caricaturist James Gillray.
Captain James Cook
Media executive and broadcaster Greg Dyke chooses explorer Captain James Cook.
Alastair Stewart joins Aled Jones
Aled is joined by journalist and broadcaster Alastair Stewart.
Sunday Omnibus - The Joy of Belonging
Three conversations about belonging - about place, about people and about things.
Colum Arbuckle shares the life stories of older people in Northern Ireland.
The Joy of Belonging
Roy chats to author Catrin Collier whose new historical novel is about Owain Glyndwr.