With Peregrine Worsthorne, Joolz Denby and Francis Gilbert.
With William Leith, Rosie Millard and Terence Blacker.
With Katherine Whitehorn, Martin Newell and Lucy Mangan.
With Giles Coren, Martin Rowson and Lucy Kellaway.
With Fiona MacCarthy, Shazia Mirza and Grayson Perry.
With Attila the Stockbroker, Susannah Jowitt and James Delingpole.
Dominic Arkwright chairs a discussion beteween Joe Queenan, Pauline Black and Toby Young.
Matthew Parris takes a gamble on David Tremayne, Melissa Kite and Geoff Dyer.
Matthew Parris with writers Peter Flannery, Mimi Khalvati and Jemma Kennedy.
Matthew Parris welcomes Reshma S Ruia, Archie Markham and Leone Ross to a frank discussion
Matthew Parris invites his guests to make their unseen presence felt by talking.
Jake Arnott, Katie Hickman, Michael Dobbs dissect the cliché about rogues being loveable.
Carol Clewlow, David Nicholls and Tony Cassidy face up to not being as young as they were.
Martin Isherwood, Len Fisher and Lucy Cavendish, who nearly won an award, talk to Matthew.
Are Europe and Africa destined to misunderstand each other?
Catherine Bott, Wendy Buonaventura and Raymond Blanc discuss the five senses.
Patrick Neate and journalists Ros Taylor and Martin Freeman on the causes of irritation.
Cricketer Ed Smith, his father Jonathan Smith and writer Sarah Harrison get all nostalgic.
Writers Alice Jolly, Kris Kenway and Duncan Fallowell reveal all on matters undisclosed.
Writers Philip Burley, Mimi Thebo and Richard Morton Jack on the nature of good and evil.
Writers Martin Booth, Zoe Lewis and Susie Boyt ponder the pros and cons of highs and lows.
Writers Toby Young, Emma Richler and Tamsin Oglesby consider the oddness of America.
Matthew Parris talks to two journalists and a singer about absurd beliefs.
John Cooper Clarke, Kathryn Flett and Owen Shears join Matthew for some intense interest.
Matthew Parris chinwags about trivia with Jean Binta Breeze, Marina Hyde and Roy Foster.
Writers Robert McCrum and Laura Thompson join poet Martin Newell to talk about healing.
Peter Finch, Zoe Strachan and Ian Sansom lose themselves in the theme of crowds.
Matthew Parris hosts discussion with Maggie O'Farrell, Niall Griffiths and Lana Citron.
Matthew Parris and his guests discuss rules and how to break them.
Comedians Shazia Mirza and Lewis Schaffer join writer David Matthews to discuss matrimony.