Here’s our weekly pick of TV shows, radio programmes, podcasts and articles to download, stream, and print for your travels in the coming week.
As these are picked primarily from UK sources, many programmes will not be available for download or streaming from outside the UK. All should be available for the next 30 days from the date of broadcast.
Nile Rodgers, the man behind Chic and some of the world’s biggest hits, begins a three part series How To Make It In the Music Business for BBC4.
Ruby Wax travels to Europe to trace how her parents fled Vienna for America in 1938 Who Do You Think You Are?
Robert Plant, Morrissey, Mogway, Alt-J and Loyle Carner perfom at the BBC’s Maida Vale studios for BBC 6Music Live.
The World’s Most Extreme Festivals Træna at the edge of the Artic Circle, from BBC Radio 1.
Political Thinking with the BBC’s Nick Robinson and Ruth Davidson.
Brexitcast from one of the rising stars of the BBC’s politics team, Chris Mason.
How I learnt to loathe England by Joris Luyendjik (Prospect)
This is what it feels like to be hit by a bullet, by Tyler Brule (Financial Times)
How managers at a Reading branch of HBOS conspired to wreck the livelihoods of scores of small business owners (Financial Times)
The significance of a dossier by former MI6 officer Christopher Steele on Donald Trump & Russia (The Guardian)
How right-wing American news website Breitbart helped make white nationalism into mainstram American politics (Buzzfeed)
How celebrity copy approval works (PopBitch)