Sue MacGregor speaks to former detainees and the head of the guard force at Guantanamo Bay
The Food Writers
Sue MacGregor gathers influential food writers, including Mary Berry and Prue Leith.
Sue MacGregor looks back at the foot-and-mouth epidemic of 2001.
Sue MacGregor's guests remember the campaign to free the Birmingham Six.
Alan Bennett's Talking Heads
Sue MacGregor gathers key players from Alan Bennett's groundbreaking TV monologue series.
The Nuclear Submarines
Sue MacGregor meets the pioneers of Britain's first nuclear submarines.
Sue MacGregor reunites five people involved in the fight for historic disability rights.
Sue MacGregor and guests look back on the Euro 96 football tournament.
Sue MacGregor's guests reflect on the dramas of the Maastricht Treaty negotiations.
Sue MacGregor's guests reflect on the rise and fall of Chilean dictator General Pinochet.
The Yorkshire Ripper Investigation
Former detectives remember the five-year hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper.
The Glastonbury Festival
Sue MacGregor reunites key players from the early days of the Glastonbury Festival.
The Launch of Private Eye
Sue MacGregor brings together the satirists who launched Private Eye magazine in 1961.
Sue MacGregor meets haemophiliacs and others affected by the contaminated blood disaster.
Sue MacGregor reunites founders of Britain's first national museum of modern art.
The Vietnamese Boat People
Sue MacGregor reunites four of the Vietnamese Boat People with one of their rescuers.
Libyan Embassy Siege
Sue MacGregor's guests recall the Libyan embassy siege of 1984.
Women of Punk
Sue MacGregor reunites five musicians who embraced the anarchy of punk.
The Challenger Disaster
Sue MacGregor's guests discuss the Challenger space shuttle disaster of 1986.
Sue MacGregor meets people involved in the Victoria Climbie inquiry.
Round the World Yacht Crew
Sue MacGregor meets the first all-female crew to complete the Round the World Yacht Race.
The Wapping Dispute
Sue MacGregor reunites five people from opposing sides of the 1980s Wapping dispute.
Eighties Fashion Designers
Sue MacGregor reunites the designers who transformed fashion in the 1980s.
Former leaders of Solidarity recall the bitter struggle for democracy in 1980s Poland.
Sue MacGregor's guests remember the 2007 collapse of Newcastle-based bank, Northern Rock.
Battle for Basra
Sue MacGregor reunites five people involved in the Battle for Basra in 2003.
The Enfield Poltergeist
Sue MacGregor reunites the witnesses of the so-called Enfield Poltergeist in 1977.
Sue MacGregor reunites the pioneering environmentalists behind the 1997 Kyoto protocol.
Sue MacGregor looks back on the Baader-Meinhof gang's reign of terror in Germany.
The Young Ones
Sue MacGregor reunites five people from the ground-breaking 80s TV comedy The Young Ones.
The Rise and Fall of the SDP
Sue MacGregor reunites the Labour rebels who founded the Social Democratic Party in 1981.
Sue MacGregor reunites four people who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp.
The Murder of Georgi Markov
Sue MacGregor and guests recall the umbrella murder of Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov.
Sue MacGregor reunites the pioneers of inclusive theatre company Chickenshed.
Sierra Leone Civil War
Sue MacGregor reunites five people caught up in Sierra Leone's decade-long civil war.
The French Resistance
Sue MacGregor brings together former members of the French Resistance.
Parliamentary Expenses Scandal
Sue MacGregor brings together key figures caught up in the MPs' expenses scandal of 2009.
Gulf War Aircrew POWs
Sue MacGregor brings together the RAF men held as prisoners during the first Gulf war.
The Scottish Parliament
Sue MacGregor brings together those who campaigned for and secured a Scottish Parliament.
Pioneering Women Newsreaders
Sue MacGregor brings together female newsreaders who negotiated sexism in the 1980s.
York Minster Fire
Sue MacGregor reunites those who saved York Minster from the devastating fire of 1984.
Tales about the family, from sibling high jinks to the difficulties of having children.
Classic Desert Island Discs: Freddie Flintoff
Another chance to hear the cricketer, Freddie Flintoff speaking to Kirsty Young in 2007
Pete Wilson explores the characters and communities that make Gloucestershire great.
Underpass woman, Dorset and Chernobyl, the wet Sahara, Welsh wine and Scottish headstones.
Colum Arbuckle visits Rosie's Cottage in Kilrea.