Rural Rides: We travel to Portmeirion, the stunning coastal village that brings a touch of Italy to North Wales, and was the setting for the 1960s television series The Prisoner.
Byways: Captain Bruce Bairnsfather was famous for his Old Bill cartoons in the First World War. We look at his enduring popularity and highlight how he was the fi rst cartoonist on British television.
The Beat Goes On: The Fifties and Sixties were great decades for music, with skiffl e, rock ’n’ roll and beat. A musician and former band member remembers those exciting times.
The Literary Pilgrim: George Bramwell Evens was better known as the Children’s Hour broadcaster, Romany, but he was also a much-loved author.
Almanac: A visit to picturesque Perthshire and the abandoned village of Old Lawers to discover the remarkable prophecies of a 17th-century lady.