This edition examines the threat of invasion after the French Revolution.
With George Alagiah, Kirsty Lang.
The journalist and art critic meets Martin Clunes to discuss his debut at the National Theatre in Moliere's comedy Tartuffe.
As part of a new series of special concerts made for BBC4, the critically acclaimed Senegalese musician performs with his Daande Lenol band at the Union Chapel in Islington, north London.
Comedy drama based on an evening in 1934 when Andre Breton placed Salvador Dali "on trial" for crimes against Surrealism. Starring Ewen Bremner, Stephen Fry.
Documentary tracing the development of Surrealism, the origins of which Meades believes lie in the human impulse to express the content of dreams.
Surrealist silent classic composed of a series of striking and irrational images. Based on the dreams of Salvador Dali and director Luis Bunuel. Review page 71.
Featuring Martin Clunes. As 8.30pm.
After the French Revolution. As 7pm
From London. As 9pm.