This clip explores the double standards in our language and looks at everyday sexism.
Writer and historian Melvyn Bragg reveals how William Tyndale's work in translating the Bible into English unlocked the English language for ordinary people.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of some of the world's best albums. The members of Rush talk about their experience making the platinum-selling albums 2112 and Moving Pictures, which topped charts around the world.
This episode chronicles the making of Def Leppard's album Hysteria, which was four years in the making and produced an amazing seven hit singles and sold in excess of 20 million copies.
The making of Yellow Brick Road in 1973 charted a prolific period of song writing for Elton John and Bernie Taupin. The sessions for this album proved so fruitful that Elton was able to release his first double album.
In this episode, Conservative MP and Christian Ann Widdecombe goes in search of the law of Moses, tracing the historical origins of the Ten Commandments and their profound influence on British society for over two millennia.
The second album by Black Sabbath, released in 1970, has long attained classic status. Paranoid not only changed the face of rock music, but also defined the sound and style of heavy metal more than any other record in rock history.
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For 2000 years, travellers and explorers have looked for the ancient boat that, according to the bible, saved Noah, his family and the animals from a great flood sent down on mankind by an angry God at the very start of human history. In the last fifty year years, this search has been taken up increasingly by Christians, many from the United States, who call themselves 'creationists' and see finding the remnants of the boat on the mountains of Ararat in Eastern Turkey as the ultimate proof that evolution is wrong and every word of the bible is true.
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