Sir John Tusa looks back at the events making the news 20 years ago
Another chance to look back at the events making the news 20 years ago, with Sir John Tusa
In a special discussion programme, Sir John Tusa explores the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Rosie Goldsmith looks at how the infrastructure of Berlin was reunited after the Wall fell
BBC World Affairs Editor John Simpson tells the story of 20 years of post-communist life
Leading British politicians tell Anne McElvoy how the 1989 revolutions have shaped them.
Astronomer Paul Murdin asks if Jupiter's moon, Europa, might sustain biological life.
With James Naughtie and John Humphrys.
Series looking at the impact of Britain's new round-the-clock society on people's lives
Quickfire comedy show featuring 28 acts performing for one minute each
Andrew Collins offers an historical perspective on our fascination with 3D.
Eddie Mair presents a celebration of 40 years of Radio 4.
Michael McIntyre introduces comedy and music from the Edinburgh Festival
Comedy and music from the Edinburgh Festival
Adam Hills presents the best comic talent at the 2009 Latitude Festival.
Stand-up comedy compered by Ed Byrne.
Stand-up comedy show featuring big names from the circuit
Short plays by Mike Walker focusing on a London family during the first week of July 2005.
Richard Rawles of University College London stumbled upon 6000 dusty postcards, dating from 1953. Chris McManus describes how he tracked them to an early BBC science programme.
Winifred Robinson follows misbehaving children and the work being done to help them.
Michael Rosen remembers Wilfred Scawen Blunt, atheist, libertine, adventurer and poet.
The great-niece of Ludwig Wittgenstein investigates the lives of her forebears.
Samuel Hahnemann's fight to establish homeopathy in early 19th century Germany.
Jolyon Jenkins investigates how accountants shaped the modern world
Professor Marcus du Sautoy reveals the personalities behind the calculations