The shifting relationship between Russian music and the state across three generations.
Gabriel Prokofiev - My Family and Russia
The Deluxe Edition
Sean Williams takes a first-class journey through the enduring contradictions of luxury.
Harmony of the Spheres
Going in search of the music at the centre of our cosmos: the Harmony of the Spheres.
The Actors' Guide to the Emotions
Shahidha Bari traces the changing portrayal of emotions on the stage.
John Ashbery - Portrait in a Convex Mirror
Colm Toibin presents an intimate portrait of American poet John Ashbery, who died in 2017.
Sally Marlow uncovers the creative legacy of residents at the Institute for Advanced Study
Haus Work: Women of the Bauhaus
Olivia Horsfall Turner tells the story of the women of the radical Bauhaus school.
Wild swimming enthusiast Alice Roberts examines the legacy of Waterlog by Roger Deakin.
Alexander Korda - Producer, Director, Exile, Spy
Matthew Sweet unearths movie mogul Alexander Korda's wartime role as a British agent.
Robinson Crusoe Road-Trip
Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe marks its 300th anniversary but does it have a future?
Literary Pursuits - Golding's Lord of The Flies
Golding's classic novel was saved from being rejected by Faber by the luckiest of chances.
Cristiani and Her Cello
Dr Kate Kennedy explores the life and journeys of pioneer cellist Lise Cristiani.
The Art of Rowing with Mary Wollstonecraft
Making waves - how did travelling as a single mother inspire Mary Wollstonecraft?
A Unicorn Quest
Short feature about unicorns from Hetta Howes one of the 2019 BBC New Generation Thinkers.
Kieran Yates sitting in for Mobeen
How does migration affect health?
With Geoff Lloyd
Geoff Lloyd with late night discussion on the issues and stories that matter to you.
Democratic candidates in first debates of 2020 election
The stage is set for the first Democratic presidential primary debate for 2020
Emily Eavis, the Glastonbury Festival organiser, shares her musical milestones in 2013.
Can a government make you happy?
Should governments look beyond GDP and make our wellbeing their priority?