Washington correspondent Justin Webb looks at the perceived global hatred of the US
As Public Enemy's Fight the Power turns 21, Jazzie B explores the political side of rap.
Dodie Smith's classic Christmas adventure, read by Anna Chancellor
Series of brief musical comedies, written by and starring Richie Webb
Tom Stoppard's humorous take on Shakespeare.
A celebration of the 150th anniversary of the feted Manchester-based orchestra.
Sarfraz Manzoor retraces the footsteps of Daniel Defoe, a supporter of the Act of Union
BBC Business Editor Robert Peston investigates the Scottish economy.
Graeme Garden presents a tongue-in-cheek look at the supposed Anglo-Scottish antipathy.
Dramatised account of the wheeling and dealing which led to the Act of Union of 1707.
With James Naughtie and John Humphrys.
Commentators born in 1960 discuss the social consequences of the 1960s
Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain. 1/2: Einstein discovers The Beatles while the nation discovers sex. Flour Power reigns and the World Cup is won by a team called Bobby.
Craig Brown's satirical history of Britain
John Tusa and guests discuss the impact of the tumultuous world events of 1968
A look back at the events making the news 40 years ago
Another chance to look back at the events making the news 40 years ago with John Tusa
David Aaronovitch assesses the legacy of 1968, talking to former self-styled rebels
Another chance to hear the highlights of Radio 4's 1968 Day by Day series.
Joe Queenan looks back at 40 years of Rolling Stone magazine.
Rosie Boycott considers the origins, impact and legacy of the underground press in Britain
Nick Fraser recalls the intellectual revolution of May 1968 that spread from Paris.
Rob Shepherd recalls Enoch Powell's 'Rivers of Blood' speech of 1968.
Miranda Sawyer explores popular British culture of 1968
German programme-makers report on rarely-reported aspects of their country