Farrah Jarral looks at the complex relationship between anthropologists and war.
Anthropology Goes to War
Anthropology in Crisis
Farrah Jarral examines how the end of empire brought a dramatic change of mindset.
Anthropology Gets Practical
Farrah Jarral explores the impact of anthropologists, and their research, on policy.
Omnibus, Part 1
Farrah Jarral tells the intriguing and unexpected story of anthropology.
Omnibus, Part 2
Farrah Jarral continues to tell the intriguing and unexpected story of anthropology.
Rupert Everett reads Derek Jarman's vivid memoir of his life and his garden in Dungeness.
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Chris Warburton takes your calls on the day's big story.
Would you ever consider leaving London?
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Stone Age human habitats now covered by the North Sea.