With Mark Lawson, including an interview with the Oscar-winning actress Juliette Binoche.
BBC Radio 4
Michael Frayn reflects on his childhood and his career, in conversation with Mark Lawson.
Kim Cattrall on playing Cleopatra in Liverpool; Diary of a Wimpy Kid the film reviewed.
U Be Dead reviewed; extra footage in Avatar and Metropolis: does it improve the films?
News of the Edinburgh Comedy Awards; Klaxons interviewed; crime writer Jo Nesbo.
Sean Connery at 80; Inspector Morse on stage, starring Colin Baker.
With Mark Lawson. Includes a review of the film The Girl Who Played With Fire.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson. Frederick Forsyth on his new novel, Cobra.
The Illusionist; John Harris on Pink Floyd covers; the Fourth Plinth shortlist unveiled.
Highlights from the Edinburgh Fringe, including drama, comedy and music, with Mark Lawson.
Reviewing Angelina Jolie's starring role as a renegade CIA agent in Salt.
The Expendables; Jonathan Harvey on his new play Corrie!; crime writer MC Beaton.
Philippa Gregory on her new historical novel about Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII.
Kirsty Lang discusses new TV talent show Must be the Music. Plus playwright Enda Walsh.
John Wilson meets producer William Orbit, and Romantics at Tate Britain.
John Wilson reviews Black Dynamite, a spoof of 70s Blaxploitation films.
With Kirsty Lang, including oud player Khyam Allami and novelist Tom McCarthy.
Kirsty Lang meets Karl Marlantes, whose Vietnam war novel is based on his own experiences.
Kirsty Lang reviews Earthquakes in London at the National Theatre.
Bjork on the Moomins; the cultural regeneration of Scarborough; an Elizabethan thriller.
James Nesbitt and Minnie Driver star in TV submarine drama The Deep.
Mark Lawson meets Karin Slaughter and Jeff Deaver at Harrogate's Crime Writing Festival.