The gulf between young and old has never seemed wider. But have we seen this before? Historian Rhys Jones explores how generational conflict has unfolded through the ages. Show more
Kerry Hudson, author of Lowborn, has learned to code switch with the literary elite, but how can people stuck in poverty or middle class bubbles make meaningful connections? Show more
Portrait Of A Lady On Fire, Women Beware Women at The Globe Theatre, Christos Tsiolkas - Damascus, Leon Spilliaert at Royal Academy, Malorie Blackman's Noughts and Crosses on TV Show more
Emma Clarke plays the voice of the lift in this cultural history of the elevator. The lift comes to life and tells the story of how the elevator changed the way we live. Show more
James Nokise, a comedian and stage performer from New Zealand, explores the role of Pacific wordsmiths, from song writers to poets, who have protested against nuclear testing. Show more
Director Nora Twomey explains how her animated film about life under the Taliban in Afghanistan was produced by Angelina Jolie and made in Kilkenny. Show more
Janice Forsyth presents Opening Night in Aberdeen and hears from 10ft Tall, who are creating exciting experiential theatre, and Fleeman, whose work preserves local dialect.
Iwona Blazwick, Whitechapel Gallery director, profiles overlooked Surrealist Eileen Agar, asking why she hasn't received the same lasting celebration as her male contemporaries. Show more