Andrew Dilnot charts a personal history of Britain through numbers.
Andrew Dilnot explores the history of Britain's health numbers.
Andrew Dilnot looks into education data, finding a story of a sudden spread of privilege.
Andrew Dilnot asks how our long-working-hours culture compares with the past.
Andrew reveals the changing shape of our lives by compressing a whole life into 20 seconds
How do the repeated patterns of change in the data explain the way women's lives changed?
If the economic struggle for survival is over, do we now need to work out how to live?
Andrew Dilnot explores the statistics associated with knowledge and power in Britain.
Andrew Dilnot charts Britain's transformation through numbers.
Andrew Dilnot charts the history of the British state through its numbers.
Andrew Dilnot explores the statistics associated with social security.
Andrew Dilnot analyses the numbers around debt.
Andrew Dilnot explores the numbers around building the state.
Andrew Dilnot explores the statistics involved in enfranchisement.
Gabrielle Walker finds if Aristotle's treatise on meteorology stands the test of time.
Twentieth Anniversary of the Columbine Shootings
Clare McDonnell talks to Beth Nimmo whose daughter Rachel was murdered in Columbine.
The Birth of Suffrage Campaigning in Wales
The story of the Welsh women who campaigned for the right to vote 100 years ago.
Christian Carlisle takes an in depth look at the rich musical heritage of the region.
The Columbine massacre
13 people were killed and more than 20 injured in the school shooting on April 20th 1999