Dr Thomas Dixon explores the history of friendship over the centuries.
A Marriage of Minds
Love Your Enemies
Dr Thomas Dixon explores Biblical contradictions on friendship.
Webs of Loyalty
New 18th-century ideas about 'what friends are for'.
When William Met Mary
The 18th-century origins of a famous question about men, women and friendship.
Felons and Oddfellows
Dr Thomas Dixon explores friendship and self-help among the 19th-century poor.
Education of the Heart
The dangers of friendship as conveyed to children in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Darwin's Best Friend
Thomas Dixon explores the origins of the idea of friendships between humans and animals.
Comrades and Lovers
Exploring the Victorian borderland between Platonic friendship and homosexual love.
A Battalion of Pals
Dr Thomas Dixon explores the impact of World War One on male friendship.
Testaments of Friendship
Dr Thomas Dixon explores how the international friendship movement flourished after WWI.
The Suburbs of the Heart
The impact of technology and psychology on early 20th-century friendship.
In Need, In Deed, By Post
Dr Thomas Dixon explores Second World War friendships by correspondence and in the Forces.
Families of Choice
How 1970s gender politics changed friendship and how popular culture reflected this change
The Lonely Cyborg
How the old and the young are navigating friendships through new technology today.
Five Hundred Years of Friendship: Omnibus
The changing meaning of friendship over the centuries: a timely history by Dr Thomas Dixon
The omnibus edition of Thomas Dixon's major history of friendship.
The final omnibus edition of Thomas Dixon's major new history of friendship.
Inspirational people and feel-good stories from across Coventry and Warwickshire.
Mariella Frostrup asks how best to raise children into a post-truth world.
Laura hears stories of failing for the #FIRST time when you think you’re all grown up.
Ainsley Harriott, Petra Velzeboer and Ella Dove
Anoushka Williams, Vicky Letch and guests - The rewards and challenges of being a parent.