Mark Lawson and guests reflect on the life and work of poet Seamus Heaney.
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Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including historian Simon Schama on The Story of the Jews.
Mark Lawson interviews Marin Alsop, the first woman to conduct the Last Night of the Proms
One Direction film, John Byrne's new mural in Edinburgh, and film director Nic Roeg.
With Mark Lawson, who reports from the 2013 Harrogate Crime Writing Festival.
We're the Millers reviewed, Franz Ferdinand, Terry Gilliam and portraits by Bob Dylan.
Mark Lawson meets Travis's Fran Healy and Simon Bird and Jonny Sweet of TV comedy Chickens
Mark Lawson interviews Vince Gilligan, creator of the TV drama series Breaking Bad.
Arts news with John Wilson, featuring Naughty Boy, Lovelace and Elmore Leonard.
Mark Lawson talks to Tom Stoppard about his new Radio 2 drama, inspired by Pink Floyd.
With John Wilson. Armando Iannucci offers his choice for the final Cultural Exchange.
Mark Lawson interviews guests from the Edinburgh festivals including Reginald D Hunter.
Peter Doig, crime writer Chris Brookmyre, Under the Dome, Riz Ahmed on Street Fighter II.
Poet John Agard, Big School reviewed, C J Sansom on Doctor Who, and films you can't watch.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including an interview with the crime writer Ruth Rendell.
John Wilson meets Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Topper Headon from the band The Clash.
Roddy Doyle on the return of his character Jimmy Rabbitte in his new novel The Guts.
Naomi Alderman reports on the art of translating fiction, with Ian McEwan and AS Byatt.
The Lone Ranger, Conrad Shawcross, Edinburgh fringe and Gemma Chan's Cultural Exchange.
Kirsty Lang talks to Nick Payne, writer of Constellations, about his new play.
Kirsty Lang meets novelist Louis de Bernieres as he publishes a new book of poetry.
Arts news and reviews. Kirsty Lang interviews acclaimed Ukrainian novelist Andrey Kurkov.