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With Mark Lawson, including Dominic West in Appropriate Adult; and actor Ralph Fiennes.
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Dame Judi Dench talks to Mark Lawson.
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Mark Lawson talks to author Michael Ondaatje in a special programme-length interview.
Kirsty Lang talks to children's author David Almond about his first novel for adults.
A revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific, and today's music scene on film.
With Mark Lawson, including an interview with singer Jacqui Dankworth and writer Sapphire.
Actor Bill Nighy on playing a spy, and Pedro Almodóvar's film The Skin I Live In.
Mark Lawson reviews the film One Day, based on the best-selling novel by David Nicholls.
Kirsty Lang talks to writer Francisco Goldman and to musician Wynton Marsalis.
Mark Lawson with artist David Mach; Alan and Marilyn Bergman on writing Streisand's songs.
Mark Lawson in Edinburgh with AL Kennedy, Bobby Crush, Andy Zaltzman, Sadia Azmat.
Kirsty Lang talks to the cast of The Inbetweeners as they move from TV to film.
Brendan Gleeson in The Guard; Jonathan Lynn on comedy; Andre Dubus III on his memoir.
Mark Lawson reports from the recent Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate.
John Wilson reports on art theft, one hundred years after the Mona Lisa was stolen.
John Wilson reviews Jude Law back on stage and the Spaghetti Western Orchestra play live.
With John Wilson, who meets Andy Serkis, as he returns to our cinemas playing an ape.
John Wilson meets the designer Ron Arad, and interviews novelist Hari Kunzru.
Kirsty Lang meets actress Ruth Wilson, documentary maker Angus Macqueen and DJ Switch.
With Kirsty Lang, who meets violinist Viktoria Mullova and cellist Matthew Barley.
Kirsty Lang meets Sebastian Barry and reviews Kristin Scott Thomas' film Sarah's Key.
With John Wilson, including best-selling writer Gerald Seymour and JJ Abrams' Super 8.
John Wilson talks to poet Daljit Nagra and how painter Atkinson Grimshaw made his name.