Oscar-winner Marion Cotillard in Rust and Bone, Aerosmith interviewed, and The First Cut.
BBC Radio 4
Lionel Shriver on The Master, photography at the National Gallery; composer Thomas Adès.
Mark Lawson interviews American writer Tom Wolfe, as he publishes a new novel.
Playwright Jez Butterworth, Russell T Davies' latest TV show, and soundscapes on the move.
Mark Gatiss as Charles I, cartoonist Posy Simmonds, Derry-Londonderry City of Culture 2013
Booker Prize-winning writer Thomas Keneally, actor Dan Stevens and Michael Palin's Brazil.
Sharon Olds on her poems charting the end of her marriage; Squeeze on writing new songs.
Kirsty Lang on Skyfall director Sam Mendes; Kevin Costner in TV series Hatfields & McCoys.
Kirsty Lang reviews Sally Potter's Ginger & Rosa and talks birds with Ralph Steadman.
Rod Stewart on his career, the prince who was nearly Henry IX and sitcom Hebburn reviewed.
Hollywood costumes from Oz to Avatar; rock documentaries; Damien Hirst's harbour sculpture
Graham Norton on whether TV talk has been sanitised; Peter Hook on life in Joy Division.
Tim Burton's new animation Frankenweenie; David Walliams on his memoir; US TV series Girls
On the Road in the cinema; American Idiot the musical; Agyness Deyn; the memoir industry.
Peep Show's David Mitchell, the Nobel Prize for literature and how actors learn accents.
Roy Hattersley reviews Westminster drama This House; Jo Nesbo; a biography of Prince.
Pete Townshend reflects on the highs and lows of his career, as he publishes a memoir.
Ruby Sparks, from the directors of Litte Miss Sunshine; playwright Roy Williams.
The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour, actress Anne-Marie Duff, and artist David Shrigley.
The Reader author Bernhard Schlink, US painter Alex Katz, and TV drama Homeland is back.
Dramatist Howard Barker, how TV covers India, and attracting younger audiences to opera.
John Wilson has news of the BBC International Short Story Award winner.
Emma Watson in The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Turner Prize, Hunted, Northern Broadsides.