Horace's Odes, Epistles and Satires have been the cornerstones of much Western poetry.
Poets are still drawn to them, but they also have much to say to business people, politicians and lovers.
Maria Wyke explores Horace and his world.
Horace wrote around the time of Jesus Christ, yet contemporary poets still find his poems fine models to emulate.
Stephen Harrison and Maureen Almond talk about making Horace new.
Horace was once much taught in British schools, should he be again? Martha Kearney discusses Latin in the newsroom.
Horace's 103 Odes are among the towering works of world literature.
Sandy McClatchy, Rosanna Warren and Richard Howard examine them.