Five historians challenge the conventional narrative about the end of World War One and the peace settlement which followed, the repercussions of which are still felt today.
Bettany Hughes presents a 10 part podcast series for the National Trust exploring European history in our backyard.
Professor Sir David Cannadine explores political fame and image by looking at how an object or prop, whether chosen deliberately or otherwise, can come to define a political leader.
Philip Hensher explores the art of the gloriously eccentric Molesworth books.
Professor Sir Christopher Clark explores the global nature of The First World War
Former head of MI5, Stella Rimington, uncovers startling new evidence about the executed British heroine of the First World War, Edith Cavell.
Young patients, their parents and therapists talk frankly about living with mental health problems. Recorded at the world renowned Tavistock Centre in North London.
'Coming Home', the programme Melissa FitzGerald made for Remembrance Sunday last year with Andrew Motion has won the Ted Hughes award.
Professor Emma Griffin examines the lives of working women during the industrial revolution.
Robert McCrum goes on a journey into his own brain to understand more about what happened to him and to stroke sufferers more generally.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill’s funeral, Sir David Cannadine explores Churchill’s extraordinarily rich and varied life outside politics in a ten-part series.