John Wilson presents a BBC Maida Vale studios special.
BBC Radio 4
A report on the Ashmolean Museum's re-opening, after a multi-million pound redevelopment.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson, including a vampire special.
Including an interview with Michael Caine; reviews of Philip Roth and Churchill TV drama.
Paul Theroux's latest novel; two projects combining art and music; review of An Education.
Band producer Trevor Horn on the creation of Frankie Goes to Hollywood 25 years ago.
Richard Wilson discusses his latest role, and Michael Nyman on a surprising collaboration.
With Mark Lawson. Including Michael Jackson's choreographer Kenny Ortega.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson, including architect David Chipperfield.
With Mark Lawson. Including a review of Jane Horrocks in Annie Get Your Gun.
Kirsty Lang speaks to the director of a documentary exposing the Japanese dolphin trade.
Peter Hook, co-founder of Joy Division, on the impact and legacy of the Hacienda nightclub
Ray Connolly reviews a National Portrait Gallery exhibition celebrating the 1960s.
Award-winning actor Mark Rylance on Endgame and The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus reviewed.
Writer John Irving on his new novel, and a review of Tate Modern's tenth annual commission
Val McDermid on TV police documentary The Force, and Diaghilev remembered.
Eoin Colfer, Paul Durcan and the story of a Shetland fisherman who sang the blues.
With Mark Lawson. Including an interview with writer Clive James on his 70th birthday.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson.
Mark Lawson talks to novelist Susan Hill.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
In a special edition, John Wilson visits the artist Damien Hirst in his studio.
Including an interview with the leading bass-baritone Bryn Terfel.