The Gatsby Factor
In anticipation of Baz Luhrmann's adaptation, Sarah Churchwell asks why Fit...
Jemima Khan and the Part-Time Wife
Jemima Khan introduces us to the Muslim marriage scene in the UK and the gr...
Collar the Lot
On location on the Isle of Man and across the UK, Tom Conti tells the story...
BBC World Service
Robin Denselow tells the story of what happened when rock came to Saigon
Alice welcomes us to his theatrical world of rock horror that set new standards for live shows everywhere
Allan Little investigates allegations of NGO inefficiency, political bias and lack of transparency
Jonathon Porritt finds some extraordinary and pioneering green solutions in China
We trail the largest oral history project in the world
Can reversing poor perception of a country really make a difference?
Two programmes exploring what life offers to Iran's burgeoning young population
Roy Greenslade reports on the primary dangers to journalistic integrity
We address this question in three programmes for the Monday Documentary.
KD Lang makes an epic journey across the vast Canadian Prairies
Peter Snow presents an inside report on the rise and use of the modern mercenary
Malcolm McLaren, notorious manager of the Sex Pistols, tells the story of Punk in Britain and America.
This series asks how we can survive the massive expansion of our cities over the next few years.
This series, presented by Rupert Wingfield Hayes, is set amidst the preparations
We join local reporters working in Sri Lanka and Thailand
The Rite of Spring
Timed to commemorate the centenary of the riotous debut of The Rite of Spri...
FOOD: A Scandalous History
Following the recent horse meat scare, Giles Coren finds out that the scand...
Natalie Haynes' Brave New Algo-World
Can comic and critic Natalie Haynes get her head around the mathematics of ...