Clive Anderson with Sean Bean, Claire Foy and Jason Donovan. Music from the Civil Wars.
Clive Anderson is joined by Keith Allen, Monty Halls and Nicholas Owen.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Clive Anderson talks to the actress Penelope Wilton and author Marcus Berkmann.
Clive Anderson and guests with music from Maverick Sabre and Mark Hole.
Clive Anderson with Ardal O'Hanlon, Mark Thomas, Gus Casely-Hayford and Paul Gambaccini.
Clive Anderson is joined by Heston Blumenthal, Alexei Sayle and Lucy Duran.
Clive Anderson and guests bid farewell to 2011 from the Radio Theatre, London.
Clive Anderson presents a special Christmas edition of Loose Ends.
Clive Anderson talks to Ed Byrne and Katherine Parkinson. With music from Xantone Blacq.
Clive Anderson is joined by Eric Idle and Zandra Rhodes with music from Cold Specks.
Clive Anderson talks to Terence Stamp and Rankin with music from Mariachi El Bronx.
Clive Anderson chats to Robert Lindsay and Billy Bragg. Music from the Webb Sisters.
Clive Anderson with Warren Clarke and Ralf Little. With music from Ben L'Oncle Soul.
Peter Curran is joined by Tom Hollander, Andrew Logan and the music conductor John Wilson.
Peter Curran talks to Mackenzie Crook and John Leguizamo. Music from Mara Carlyle.
Peter Curran with Douglas Hodge, Jo Whiley, Bombay Bicycle Club and Rachael Stirling.
Clive Anderson is joined by Bill Bailey, Derren Brown, Emma Freud and singer Jo Hamilton.
Clive Anderson with Peter Richardson and Ade Edmondson with his band The Bad Shepherds.
Clive Anderson with Harry Connick Jr, Rolf Harris, Philip Glenister and Lee Hall.
Clive Anderson with Ralph McTell, Meera Syal, John Challis, Vic Goddard & Allegra McEvedy.
Clive Anderson with Celia Birtwell, Shaun Ryder, Jane Asher, Jeremy Gilley & Emma Freud.
Clive Anderson with Sir Tim Rice, John Hurt, Valentine Warner, Eben Weiss and Gideon Coe.
Clive Anderson talks to Tony Blackburn, Geordie Greig, Terry O'Neill and Sharon Horgan.
Clive Anderson with Barry Miles, John Crace, Sheila Ferguson and Wayne Thallon.
Clive Anderson with Paul Daniels and Bob Marshall-Andrews at the Edinburgh Festival.