Leonardo Da Vinci reviewed, violinist Maxim Vengerov interviewed, American Pie reheated.
BBC Radio 4
Enquirer, a play about journalism in crisis; Toni Morrison's new novel; Picasso's etchings
Mark Lawson meets the Brodsky Quartet and talks to playwright Edward Bond.
Michael Frayn, Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott, and David Hare's new play South Downs.
Mark Lawson reviews Glenn Close in Albert Nobbs and interviews actor Harry Shearer.
Shakespeare's sonnets in World Book Night books; Winning Words at Olympic Park.
With Mark Lawson, including interviews with actors Barbara Windsor and Cillian Murphy.
Mark Lawson meets David Suchet, and Roger Wright brings news of the 2012 BBC Proms.
John Wilson talks to Stanley Booth about his account of life with The Rolling Stones.
John Wilson meets novelist Irvine Welsh; Bob Marley documentary; Orange Prize shortlist.
With Mark Lawson, including interviews with Sir Tim Rice and Pamela Stephenson.
John Wilson with the makers of TV's Horrible Histories, dancer Tamara Rojo, Roger Ballen.
John Wilson talks to Dara O Briain and Whit Stillman and reviews Butch Cassidy's comeback.
Mark Lawson reports on how the life of Anne Frank has inspired a range of new writing.
With Mark Lawson, including an interview with Clive James about his new poetry collection.
Mark Lawson talks to leading theatre producers about the art of creating a hit show.
Photography special with David Bailey, Don McCullin,Terry O'Neill and Harry Benson.
John Wilson talks to Graham Coxon, historian Tom Holland and reviews Mirror Mirror.
Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin in Game Change; Richard Hawley; Sven Lindqvist.
With Mark Lawson, who reviews the film Headhunters, based on a book by Jo Nesbo.
Mark Lawson reports on Damien Hirst at Tate Modern; Michael Grade on British television.