Sue MacGregor reunites the pioneering environmentalists behind the 1997 Kyoto protocol. Read more
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.
Death on the Rock
Sue MacGregor recalls the controversy following the 1988 documentary, Death on the Rock.
When Rugby Turned Pro
Sue MacGregor reunites key figures from the moment when Rugby Union turned professional.
The Alder Hey Organs Scandal
Sue MacGregor reunites those involved in the organ retention row at Alder Hey hospital.
Cats - The Musical
Sue MacGregor reunites cast and crew from the original 1981 stage musical Cats.
Taken from their families: a colonial legacy
Meeting the mixed race people taken from their African mothers in Belgium’s colonial era
Chester Williams, Sheikh Yusuf Motala, Jan Ruff O’Herne, Ric Ocasek
Matthew Bannister on an Islamic scholar, a rugby player, a campaigner and a rock star.
Andrew and Jack – Look How Far We’ve Come.
Two friends discuss cross-dressing and being gay in a more tolerant world.
A programme to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Principality Stadium.
Michael and Jasma - The Trial Therapy
Cancer survivor talks to the doctor who treated her, by placing her on gene immunotherapy.