The night Israeli PM Yitzhak Rabin was gunned down - changing the Middle East forever.
Kevin Crossley-Holland reflects on the magic and menace of the Norfolk tides, whose daily rhythm has shaped North Norfolk lives for centuries.
Technology writer Leigh Alexander explores the growing popularity of analogue culture in a digital world.
WINNER! BBC Radio and Music Award 2019
Best Technical Production.
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Jonathan Freedland recalls the extraordinary day in 1948 when Israel declared its independence..
Gary Younge and Jonathan Freedland grew up in Stevenage and Elstree, but a strange coincidence binds them.
The dramatic story of the most outlandish rescue mission ever undertaken.
The sun is setting on the summer solstice, the twilight slipping towards Midsummer's Night – an enchanted evening heavy with possibility, where real life blends into fantasy.
The extraordinary story of the day an epic Holocaust documentary was premiered in Israel. Shortlisted for the Whickers World Foundation Audio award and the Sandford St Martin radio award.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Scottish Enlightenment of the 18th century.
To mark the Queen's golden jubilee in 2002, Sue MacGregor asked her guests to reflect on how the changes in Britain of the previous 50 years had shaped their lives. Guests included Marianne Faithful, Bishop John Sentamu, Lord Chief Justice Woolf and Jonathan Miller.
A documentary series celebrating the Latin dance crazes hitting the clubs of Britain – and their most passionate followers.
Four cars, four cultures: from Nigeria to Russia, and the UK to Italy, a documentary series exploring the real life stories of status, corruption and chaos behind some of the world's most famous cars.