John Wilson talks to Robbie Williams, who reflects on the highs and lows of his career.
BBC Radio 4
Joe Wright's stage debut Trelawny of the Wells; author Edith Pearlman; new TV crime dramas
Claire Foy on playing Lady Macbeth; Dinos Chapman turns to music; eco-horror The Bay.
Sue Perkins, Brett Anderson from Suede, and a review of Richard Gere in Arbitrage.
Damien Hirst on humour in art, To the Wonder review, RB Kitaj, Marc Isaacs on The Road.
Jackson brothers Jackie, Marlon and Tito; Meera Syal in a new global debt play.
A Chorus Line; new film Song for Marion reviewed; footballer Walter Tull's life on stage.
Mark Lawson talks to Nicole Kidman and Margaret Forster and reviews the film Cloud Atlas.
Mark Lawson visits a major exhibition of work by pioneering pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.
Screenwriter Simon Beaufoy, Malian musicians Rokia Traore and Salif Keita, and John Green.
Creating the title sequence for Skyfall; Picasso's breakthrough year; a Nairobi detective.
Marcel Duchamp, Mark Ravenhill goes running, actor David Oyelowo and dangling storylines.
Catholic documentary Mea Maxima Culpa reviewed; director Marianne Elliott; Ray Cooney.
Ben Affleck, Jonathan Miller on his return to the stage, and the verdict on This Is 40.
Gael García Bernal in Pinochet's Chile, singer Tracey Thorn, and zom-rom-com Warm Bodies.
John Wilson reports on Glam! at Tate Liverpool; actor David Morrissey; singer Jake Bugg.
Harry Hill on his return to stand-up comedy, plus Hollywood actor John C Reilly.
Ice Age artefacts, Anthony Hopkins as Hitchcock, Antony Sher on Richard III's skeleton.
Includes Terry and Bill Jones on Graham Chapman, actor Chiwetel Ejiofor, I Give It a Year.
Actor Charles Dance, theatre in tunnels beneath London, and French cinema's forgotten man.