Jamie's Dream School reviewed; Claude-Michel Schonberg and David Nixon discuss Cleopatra.
BBC Radio 4
With Mark Lawson, on the making of the film The King's Speech ahead of the Oscars.
With Mark Lawson, including a review of Danny Boyle's staging of Frankenstein.
John Wilson talks to Guy Garvey, lead singer of Elbow, about the band's new album.
John Wilson reviews the film West Is West, a sequel to the 1999 film East Is East.
Comedian Jim Davidson, jazz musician Courtney Pine and Australian film Animal Kingdom.
Mark Lawson talks to playwright Sir David Hare, recorded before an audience in Sheffield.
TV drama Silk reviewed; novelist and poet Sophie Hannah; The Unthanks on their new disc.
An interview with Bob Geldof; Charles Ferguson on Inside Job; and E.O. Hoppé Portraits.
Mark Lawson reports on an earlier version of The King's Speech and an Ai Wei Wei auction.
Mark Lawson reports on a major new exhibition aiming to make us reassess the watercolour.
Juliet Stevenson in Richard Bean's new climate change play; singer Tony Christie.
Mark Lawson reviews Keira Knightley and Elisabeth Moss in the play The Children's Hour.
Julie Walters discusses the highlights of her career with Mark Lawson.
John Wilson reviews sci-fi drama Outcasts and talks to singer-songwriter P J Harvey.
A review of the Simon Pegg film Paul, and Irish writer Edna O'Brien.
Peter Kosminsky talks to Kirsty Lang about his new TV drama series, The Promise.
Laura Linney in The Big C; Harry Hill's artwork; and opera director David Pountney.
Architect Norman Foster, actress Carey Mulligan and cast changes at Waterloo Road.
Mark Lawson talks to Dennis Lehane and reviews The Fighter and Mike Figgis's opera debut.