Hannah Catherine Jones meets instrument inventors challenging the status quo.
Greg James digs into the BBC's archives, using current stories as a portal to the past.
What's in a Game?
Alex Humphreys asks if video games should be appreciated as a form of art.
A History of Hate - Bosnia: The Weaponisation of History
Allan Little explores how anti-Muslim hatred was mobilised during the Bosnian war.
The Age of Emulsion: with Laurence Llewelyn Bowen
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen explores the social history of DIY home improvements.
America's Child Brides
The tense argument on child marriage in the USA.
The Death of the Eccentric
Will Self goes in search of an endangered species - the eccentric.
How did a single starling mentioned in Shakespeare cause ecological disaster in the USA?
The Pleasures of Brecht
A celebration of the simple joys in life, and Brecht’s poem that described them.
The Dying of the Ice: Olafur Eliasson
Andrew McGibbon talks with artist Olafur Eliasson about ice and his return to Tate Modern
The Unexpected History of Clean Eating
Guilty pleasures, cheeky treats – Sofie Hagen asks why we put moral judgements on food.
Deadliest Day – a new investigative series from Beyond Today
Claire Read introduces her special series about the impact of one day of the Afghan war.
Dallas Campbell explores how astronauts will return to the moon. This time to stay.