Neil MacGregor with an object from the 18th century Chinese Enlightenment - a jade ring. Read more
Exploration, Exploitation and Enlightenment (1680 - 1820 AD)
Neil MacGregor with an object from the 18th century Chinese Enlightenment - a jade ring.
The 100th Object
Evan Davis runs through the contenders for A History of the World's last object.
Mass Production, Mass Persuasion (1780 - 1914 AD)
Ship's chronometer from HMS Beagle
Neil MacGregor with the chronometer that accompanied Darwin to South America.
Early Victorian tea set
Neil MacGregor tells the story of the global trade in tea - with a Victorian tea set.
Hokusai's The Great Wave
Neil MacGregor with a familiar image - Hokusai's The Great Wave.
Sudanese slit drum
Neil MacGregor with a wooden drum from Sudan that Kitchener presented to Queen Victoria.
Neil MacGregor with a penny coin defaced by suffragettes with the words "Votes for women".
The World of Our Making (1914 - 2010 AD)
Russian revolutionary plate
Neil MacGregor nears the end of his world history - with a Russian revolutionary plate.
Hockney's In the Dull Village
Neil MacGregor considers the state of human rights - with a David Hockney print.
Throne of Weapons
Neil MacGregor with an African throne - made from decommissioned guns.
Neil MacGregor with a credit card - one that is compliant with Sharia law.
Solar-powered lamp and charger
Neil MacGregor's last object in his world history - a solar-powered lamp and charger.
Justinian and Theodora
Meet the power couple of the Byzantine era, Justinian and Theordora.
A programme to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Principality Stadium.
Roy plays classic songs and takes a humorous look at Welsh nicknames.
The Sound of Music on Broadway
The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical was performed on stage before it became a movie.
Take a look at a man who loved his country almost as much as women – Young Napoleon.