Neil MacGregor focuses on how German chemists discovered the secrets of Chinese porcelain. Read more
Porcelain: The White Gold of Saxony
Neil MacGregor focuses on how German chemists discovered the secrets of Chinese porcelain.
From Clock to Car: Masters of Metal
Neil MacGregor focuses on the long tradition of German metalwork, from clocks to cars.
Bauhaus: Cradle of the Modern
Neil MacGregor focuses on the Bauhaus school of art and design, founded in Weimar in 1919.
Bismarck the Blacksmith
Neil MacGregor charts the career of Otto von Bismarck, known as the Iron Chancellor.
Kathe Kollwitz: Suffering Witness
Neil MacGregor focuses on the art of Kathe Kollwitz, witness to the suffering of war.
Money in Crisis
Neil MacGregor on the emergency money created to replace metal coins, and hyperinflation.
Purging the Degenerate
Neil MacGregor focuses on how the Nazis attacked art they viewed as degenerate.
At the Buchenwald Gate
Neil MacGregor visits Buchenwald, one of the earliest and largest concentration camps.
The Germans Expelled
Neil MacGregor focuses on the forced movement of more than 12 million Germans after 1945.
Out of the Rubble
Neil MacGregor talks to a woman who cleared rubble from the streets of Berlin in 1945.
The New German Jews
Neil MacGregor discusses why Germany has the fastest-growing Jewish population in Europe.
Neil MacGregor focuses on Ernst Barlach's sculpture Hovering Angel, a unique war memorial.
Neil MacGregor ends his journey through 600 years of German history at the Reichstag.
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.