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A History of the World in 100 Objects - Making Us Human (2,000,000 - 9000 BC) - Swimming Reindeer
Neil MacGregor on the story of the Swimming Reindeer, a carving dating back 13,000 years.
Archive on 4 - Monsieur Non
Julian Jackson on the enigmatic General de Gaulle and his fraught relations with Britain.
Book at Bedtime - Travels Through France and Italy - Episode 1
The road from Dover to Calais provides endless opportunity to be lodged uncomfortably.
Book of the Week - The Tent, the Bucket and Me - Episode 4
Emma's mother agrees that this year's family holiday can be to France - without the tent.
Book of the Week - The Tent, the Bucket and Me - Episode 5
Emma, now 13, takes her final family camping trip to France.
Business Daily - High Speed Train economics
Everywhere there are plans to build high-speed railways. But do the numbers add up?
Classic Serial - Fair Stood The Wind For France - Episode 1
When a British aircrew ditch over France, attempts to survive are dogged by suspicion.
Classic Serial - Fair Stood The Wind For France - Episode 2
John Franklin, a wounded British airman, is finally fit and plans his escape from France.
Crossing Continents - The Congo Connection
Are Rwandans in France and Germany controlling a deadly African militia?
Digital Planet - 05/05/2009
French 3 strikes net law, Lawrence Lessig on creative commons, IBM's future retail lab.
Digital Planet - 11/11/2008
Green IT Special & Feargal Sharkey on stopping online music piracy
Document - 06/04/2009
Why black soldiers in the French army were denied the glory of liberating Paris in 1944.
Document - Dad's Revolutionary Army
Mike Thomson examines the origins of Britain' s wartime Home Guard.
Excess Baggage - 06/06/2009
John McCarthy looks at boats on the Aegean Sea, French waterways and Lake Malawi.
Face the Facts - Fraud in France
Ex-pats' retirement dream in France is left in tatters by British fraudster.
France's Forgotten Concentration Camps
Investigating the concentration camps set up in France to hold Spanish Civil War refugees.
From Our Own Correspondent - 06/02/2010
Katya Adler meets the Mexican police recruits ready to confront the country's drug gangs.
From Our Own Correspondent - 14/11/2009
New danger in the Sahara, plus Zambia, France, Spain and the US. Presented by Kate Adie.
From Our Own Correspondent - 25/02/2010
Kate Adie introduces stories from Turkey, Kenya, Cambodia, France and Venezuela.
Global Echoes - A Bank Holiday Special
The very best of series six as Marcos discovers a world of music in Oxfordshire.
Great Lives - Series 18 - Napoleon Bonaparte
Television and radio presenter Stuart Hall discusses his lifelong hero, Napoleon Bonaparte
Home Thoughts From Abroad - Episode 1
London-based French journalist Agnes Poirier compares politics in the UK and in France.
In Our Time - Abelard and Heloise
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the medieval tale of Abelard and Heloise.
In Our Time - Camus
The life ad work of the Algerian-French writer and philosopher, Albert Camus.
In Our Time - Catharism
Melvyn Bragg examines the Cathars, a medieval European Christian sect accused of heresy.
In Our Time - Madame Bovary
Melvyn Bragg discusses the 1857 trial of Gustave Flaubert's novel, Madame Bovary
In Our Time - Materialism
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Materialism in Philosophy.
In Our Time - Oxygen
Melvyn Bragg discusses the discovery of Oxygen by Joseph Priestley and Antoine Lavoisier.
In Our Time - St Bartholomew's Day Massacre
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the infamous St Bartholomew’s Day Massacre in 1572.
In Our Time - The Dreyfus Affair
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Dreyfus Affair, which tore France apart in the 1890s.
In Our Time - The Encyclopédie
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss one of the great achievements of the Enlightenment.
In Our Time - The Field of the Cloth of Gold
Melvyn Bragg examines the Field of the Cloth of Gold, and Tudor conspicuous consumption.
In Our Time - The French Revolution's reign of terror
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the reign of terror during the French Revolution.
In Our Time - The Poincaré Conjecture
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss a puzzle that may explain the shape of the universe.
In Our Time - The Siege of Orléans
Melvyn Bragg discusses Joan of Arc's role in the 1428 Siege of Orléans.
In Our Time - The Statue of Liberty
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Statue of Liberty. .
Law in Action - 24/03/2009
Clive Coleman spends a day finding out exactly how an employment tribunal works.
Le News, C'est Moi
Emma Jane Kirby examines a changing relationship between French politicians and the press.
Melvyn in the Morning - Motorhome travels in Europe and the Grenadier Guards march through Lincoln.
Melvyn Prior talks to Heather Barratt who has travelled through Europe in a motorhome.
Phil Mercer - Oxfordshire speed cameras to return
County council in discussion with Thames Valley Police and "close to an agreement".