Philosopher and polar adventurer Erling Kagge explores the power of silence.
In an attempt to be more present in his own life, Erling Kagge goes in search of silence.
In search of silence, philosopher Erling Kagge journeys to the city that never sleeps.
Erling Kagge explores how philosophers throughout history have thought about silence.
Philosopher and explorer Erling Kagge examines the important role of silence in music.
Barbara Taylor - The Last Asylum
Moving story of a historian's four years of madness and recovery in England's last asylum.
Threads of Life: A History of the World Through the Eye of a Needle
Textile artist Clare Hunter’s illuminating history of sewing and embroidery.
The Almost Nearly Perfect People: The Truth about the Nordic Miracle
Denmark, the Happiest Country in the World
The Danes are consistently rated as the happiest people on earth but pay the highest taxes
Textile artist Clare Hunter on the solace found in sewing for prisoners of war.
Modern-Day Icelanders and their Viking Past
Scandinavia and its curious tribes explored in Michael Booth's book.
Textile artist Clare Hunter on the power of sewing to evoke memory.
Norway and its Oil Riches
Textile artist Clare Hunter on the ability of sewing to create a sense of place.
Textile artist Clare Hunter explores feminism and the potency of needlework.
Sweden, the Perfect Society
Why do men fight? A trans man explores masculinity and fear through learning to box.
Solomon Northup - 12 Years a Slave
Solomon Northup's powerful memoir, which inspired Steve McQueen's Oscar-nominated film.
Kidnapped and far from home, Solomon Northup is sent to be sold as a slave Virginia.
Solomon is sold to a new master in lieu of a debt.
The date of Thomas’ fight at Madison Square Garden is fast approaching.
Solomon and his fellow slaves endure the cruel whims of plantation owner Edwin Epps.
How Solomon regained his freedom, and the joyful return home to his family in the north.
Good Morning Scotland: The Weekend Edition 16/17 February, 2019
News, analysis and features from Good Morning Scotland’s Weekend Edition.
The Echo Chamber - Daisy Fried and Brenda Shaughnessy
A mixtape of new poems from two American poets: Daisy Fried and Brenda Shaughnessy.
In the week of Valentine's Day, Cel and Katie talk romance on the show
James McClelland presents gospel favourites and sacred music.
A Woman with a Love for Unwanted Dogs, Turnbulls, Trimbles, the Impartial Reporter and the Scottish Connection
Weekly Ulster-Scots magazine programme with Helen Mark and friends.