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A Saga of Trying (and Failing) to Save the Planet
Professor Alice Roberts delves into the archives to find out how to save planet earth.
How to Win a Tory Leadership Election
Michael Crick looks back at success and failure in Tory leadership contests in the past
Speaking Truth to Power
Mark D'Arcy examines how MPs' select committees are increasingly challenging the powerful.
The Age of Emulsion: with Laurence Llewelyn Bowen
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen explores the social history of DIY home improvements.
The Death of the Eccentric
Will Self goes in search of an endangered species - the eccentric.
God Bless the Prince of Wales
The explosive story of Prince Charles' investiture - a pivotal moment in British politics.
Voice in the Machine
How did our machines first find their voices and why have they now started to listen back?
James Burke: Our Man on the Moon
James Burke revisits his coverage of the moon landings in 1969 in front of a live audience
The Upside of Anxiety
Andrew Hussey examines the damage done by anxiety and also the benefits it might offer.
The British Black Panthers
The untold story of when Black Power came to Britain and forever left its mark.
Beckett's Last Tapes
Robert McCrum explores Samuel Beckett’s literary career through rare recordings.
Losing My Voice
Jan Ravens explores the fate of impressionists when their signature character retires.
Beating Hitler with Humour
Timur Vermes on how the BBC used humour in its battle with Hitler during the World War II.
The First Political Youthquake
How did radical changes 50 years ago recast young people's engagement with UK politics?
Going to the Gay Bar
Travis Alabanza investigates the impact of the closure of LGBTQ+ venues in the UK.