Fergal Keane on the British promises in WWI that provoked conflict in the Middle East. Read more
Stirring the Middle East
Fergal Keane on the British promises in WWI that provoked conflict in the Middle East.
The Murderous Mandate
In 1947, a bomb in Whitehall brought the conflict in Palestine to British shores.
The British Way
Fergal Keane considers Britain's counter terror techniques in Kenya and Malaya.
Killers in the Casbah
The Arab revolt against the French in Algeria is explored by Fergal Keane.
The Return of the Gunmen
Fergal Keane looks at how the challenge of change ignited violence in Northern Ireland.
Defeat from the Jaws of Victory
Fergal Keane looks back on the 40-year struggle of the Basque separatists, ETA.
Fergal explores the airline hijackings of 1970 and meets Palestinian hijacker Leila Khaled
Carlos: International Terrorist
Fergal Keane considers the career of Carlos the Jackal.
State of Terror
Fergal Keane explores the British response to paramilitary violence in Northern Ireland.
Six Against Sixty Million
Fergal Keane asks what made the Baader Meinhof Gang turn to terror in 1970s Germany.
Fergal Keane considers the dilemma the ANC faced over the use of terrorist tactics.
Terror Through Time: Omnibus
The Birth of Modern Terror
From the French Revolution to the First World War, Fergal Keane on the story of terrorism.
Terror Takes Control
Fergal Keane explores the rise in the power of terrorism in the post-war years.
The Internationalisation of Terror
Terror went global in the 1970s. Fergal Keane finds out why.
Mossad: The Wrath of God
The extraordinary history of Mossad, Israel's international security agency.
State Sponsored Killers
Fergal Keane reveals how governments have used terrorists for their own ends.
Fergal Keane on the first stirrings of Islamic fundamentalist violence in Afghanistan.
Fergal Keane visits Sri Lanka to reassess the suicide bombers of the Tamil Tigers.
Northern Ireland: The End Game
Fergal Keane on the peace deal that brought the long conflict with the IRA to an end.
Beirut: City of Terror
Beirut became a crucible of terrorism in the 1980s. Fergal Keane revisits the city.
Death Wish: Battling Suicide Bombers
Fergal Keane visits Israel to discover how suicide bombing changed society.
Mujahideen On Tour
Islamic fighters joined the Balkan wars of the 1990s. Fergal Keane gauges their impact.
Laying Down the Law
Fergal Keane examines how the legal system has changed to tackle terrorism since 9/11.
The New Face of Terror
Has our response to terrorism changed since 1800? Fergal Keane ends his series.
Free breakfast with the Black Panthers
The revolutionary Black Panther Party provided free breakfasts for local schoolchildren.
Darren Harriott, Laura Davis, Christopher Macarthur-Boyd on the boxer called The Greatest
CS Lewis and the Chronicles of Narnia
The first book in CS Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia series was published in autumn 1950
Napoleon's Retreat from Moscow
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss why Napoleon's apparent victory turned to defeat in 1812.
Ireland - plantation and conflict
Dr Joan Redmond talks to Misha Glenny about Ireland, England and the early seeds of war