Novelist Anne Tyler reflects on her career, in conversation with Mark Lawson.
BBC Radio 4
Penny Woolcock on trying to resolve gang conflict in Birmingham; singer Michael Bolton.
Glenn Patterson on Ulster's punk pioneer and John Yorke on the secrets of story-telling.
John Logan on Skyfall and Peter and Alice; In the House review; Suggs on his one-man show.
Danny Boyle's film Trance, choreographer Gillian Lynne, The NHS in a Day, delaying films.
John Wilson reviews the musical The Book of Mormon and talks to comedian Lee Mack.
Arts news with John Wilson, including an interview with violinist Nigel Kennedy.
Alan Bennett, in conversation with Mark Lawson, reflects on his recent work for the stage.
Writer Kay Mellor on her TV drama The Syndicate, plus Hedda Gabler becomes Heather Gardner
Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Jack the Giant Slayer, Shakespeare's weddings, Philip Roth at 80.
Our Queen, a TV documentary with rare access; poet John Ashbery; Beyond the Hills review.
Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel on his career and the importance of music education.
New prize for writers around the world, Pompeii at the British Museum, and maths in music.
Edmund de Waal, The Paperboy reviewed, the art of George Bellows, and bookshops fight back
Author Stephenie Meyer talks Twilight; The Incredible Burt Wonderstone; Simon Starling.
William Boyd's first stage play; Hilary Mantel; musicians take on the Seven Deadly Sins.
John Wilson assesses David Bowie's music and influence in the light of a new album.
Actor Mark Strong on Welcome to the Punch; comedy duo Anna and Katy; author Tash Aw.
Side Effects reviewed; Lara Croft's comeback; artist Chuck Close; bomb disposal comedy.
Oz the Great and Powerful; George Benjamin and Martin Crimp on their opera Written on Skin
Artist Yinka Shonibare, portraying the PM on stage, and UK attitudes to film censorship.