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Revisit Slavery Stories, William Melvyn Kelley & Esi Edugyan
Laurence Scott meets the family of a rediscovered African American writer & 3 historians
Proms Plus: Russian Folktales
Marina Warner & Sophie Anderson enter a world of walking huts and fish that grant wishes
Proms Plus: Kipling's Jungle Books
Anindya Raychaudhuri discusses Kipling's Jungle Books with Frances Hardinge and Sue Walsh
Proms Plus: Beethoven's 9th Symphony
Seán Williams explores Beethoven’s 9th and Schiller’s accompanying text, An Ode to Joy.
Proms Plus: Nina Simone's life and legacy
Nina Simone’s achievement with Kevin Legendre, Ayanna Witter-Johnson and Zena Edwards
Proms Plus: Landscape
Horatio Clare and Testament discuss landscape’s power to inspire writers
Proms Plus: Sacrifice
Why the bible story of Jephtha caused more controversy than your average burnt offering.
Proms Plus: Letters
Ruth Ware and Shaun Usher discuss letter writing in the 21st century
Revisit Anxiety, Teenagers, University and Leaving Home
Psychologist Stephen Briers, student Ceyda Uzun and Durham Univeristy's Caroline Dower
Proms Plus: Witches & Witchcraft
Professor Suzannah Lipscomb and Dr Thomas Waters in discussion with Dr Fern Riddell
New Thinking: Fashion, AI and Sustainability
The Future Fashion Factory and changing our attitude to #fastfashion. Plus AI and colours
Tolerance, censorship and free speech.
Susan Neiman, Ursula Owen & Christopher Hampton join Anne McElvoy.
Landmark: Susan Sontag's Against Interpretation
Lauren Elkin, Lisa Appignanesi and Ben Moser on Susan Sontag's 1966 essay collection.
Back to the '80s
Alexei Sayle and Adam Mars Jones join Matthew Sweet to revisit '80s film, tv and music
The Verb at The Proms
Recorded at the 2019 BBC Proms.
Scarborough actress Rebekah Hinds, comedian Harriet Kemsley, English Youth Ballet principal dancer Philip Tunstall & more
Ionica Adriana dives into the feast of arts and culture on offer in North Yorkshire.
How to fix the world of fashion
Can we solve humanitarian and environmental challenges through sustainable fashion?
Poets Ian and Andrew McMillan talk father-and-son relationships, aided by archive clips.
BBC Music Day
Tom meets Sir Simon Rattle