Plus: Running Wild with Bear Grylls.
After four dogged and varied years of programming BBC Radio’s First World War commemorative contributions came to an end this week.
You can romanticise war, but you can’t warn against climate change.
Monogamy is difficult; desire waxes and wanes. Is “ethical non-monogamy” the answer?
The new app replacing iPlayer Radio pushes the network’s podcasts to an exponentially growing audience.
Eight years of hostile visa changes plus an uncertain future are fracturing India’s migration relationship with the UK.
Not exactly renowned as an amiable interviewee, Crowe gives a great performance as a BBC 6 Music host.
Plus: the new series of House of Cards.
The channel won its first Bafta in May and was named the best UK broadcaster at the Edinburgh TV Awards in August.
How did the doll’s house, a potent image in fiction and literature for centuries, finally saturate film and television?
From Shakespeare’s Three Witches to Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the way witches are represented reveals a lot about the society in which they are created.