Katty Kay in Washington and Christian Fraser in London report on the events that are shaping the world.
Janice Long and John Peel present the pop chart programme, first broadcast on 3 April 1986. Featuring Big Audio Dynamite, George Michael, A-Ha, The Real Thing and Falco. Show more
The story of six men from the Fifth Royal Tank Regiment from D-Day and the Battle for Normandy to the largest tank battle ever fought by the British Army and victory in Germany. Show more
Series exploring the sanitary history of cities. Dan Snow looks at 19th century New York when migrants arrived in a city consumed by squalor, stench and soot. Show more
Jerry Brotton shows how maps can reveal the fears and prejudices of their age, from medieval religious passion to Victorian obsession with poverty and disease. Show more
Professor Iain Stewart examines the situation in the 21st century, at which point the global consumption of oil, coal and gas is at an all-time high. Show more