28 April - 1 May 2014
Copyright restrictions prevent us from making these programmes available as audio on demand or podcasts.
Monday 28 April 2014: Does the Book Have a Future?
International publishing is in the throes of an upheaval it has not faced since the advent of the paperback in the 1930s. Giant publishers are merging to get even bigger in order to square up to new digital media giants. From the London Book Fair Peter Day asks a basic question: can books survive, and if so, how?
Tuesday 29 April 2014: Crypto Wars
BBC Security Correspondent Gordon Corera explores the history of the war between government and geeks to control computer cryptography.
Wednesday 30 April 2014: Jose Padilha, Brazilian film maker
Jose Padilha is one of Brazil's most successful and controversial film makers. His movies focus on violence and corruption in the favelas of Rio. Is his dark vision of Brazil fact or fiction?
Thursday 1 May 2014: The Education Revolution #1
A documentary looking at the Education Revolution. Sarah Montague looks at the changes in education being brought about by technology, and asks what the classroom of the future will look like. She travels to Silicon Valley, home of The Khan Academy – an online teaching service whose mission is to provide a free world-class education to anyone.