Christopher Cook examines what exile - one of this year's Proms themes - has meant to writers and artists, from Biblical and Classical times to the present day.
Rabbi Neuberger offers her thoughts on the Jewish diaspora.
Oliver Taplin investigates Ovid's `Poems of an Exile'.
Nicholas Mann uncovers Petrarch's views on statehood.
Valentine Cunningham looks at the travels of a generation of British Romantics, for whom self-imposed exile was often an extension of the grand tour.
And Homi Bhaba explores what contemporary writers make of exile in a world increasingly linked by the internet.