John Finnemore presents his favourite readings, with Stephanie Cole and Geoffrey Whitehead
Paddy Ashdown chooses his favourite works of poetry and prose.
Neurosurgeon and author of Do No Harm Henry Marsh chooses writing that is important to him
Levi Roots picks his favourite readings. Read by Adrian Lester and Claire Benedict.
Jessica Hynes presents to live audience the writing that means the most to her.
Chef Raymond Blanc chooses his favourite pieces of writing, with reader Sinead Cusack.
Writer Jonathan Coe chooses his favourite pieces of poetry, prose and comedy.
Writer and gardener Carol Klein shares her favourite pieces of writing.
Sanjeev Bhaskar presents his favourite pieces of writing to the Radio Theatre audience.
Ian Hislop's favourite writing is read by Jim Broadbent and Tamsin Greig, for an audience.
Actor Simon Callow presents his favourite readings, with the help of Patricia Hodge.
Actor Neil Stuke chooses favourite food writing at the Bristol Food Connections Festival.
Call the Midwife screenwriter Heidi Thomas chooses some favourite pieces of writing.
Singer Pauline Black chooses her favourite words of music, prose and poetry.
Sir Terry Wogan chooses his favourite words and music, with readings by actor David Jason.
Novelist AS Byatt presents favourite pieces of writing with the help of actor Peter Eyre.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen presents his favourite pieces of writing to a theatre audience.
The popular writer Alexander McCall Smith chooses his favourite prose, poetry and music.
Poet Paul Farley talks about the words and sounds that have inspired his writing.
Hugh Laurie, Miriam Margolyes, Julian Rhind-Tutt perform John Lloyd's favourite readings.
Kwame Kwei-Armah presents his favourite pieces of writing and song lyrics to an audience.
Barry Cryer chooses some of his favourite pieces of writing to present to an audience.
Hardeep Singh Kohli shares the literature and music he loves, including a song by Elbow.
Actress Hannah Gordon chooses her favourite readings, including Grenfell, Coward and Cope.
Actor and comedian Lenny Henry chooses favourite readings, from Othello to Small Island.
Editor of British Vogue, Alexandra Shulman, chooses favourite pieces of writing.
Inspirational writing chosen by comedian and critic Natalie Haynes.
Actress and writer Maureen Lipman shares her best loved writings, poems and plays.
Mel Giedroyc chooses her favourite writing at the Times Cheltenham Literature Festival.
A celebration of favourite readings with Fi Glover and guests.