The author David Mitchell talks about his new novel Slade House. Samira Ahmed presents.
Samira Ahmed talks to fashion designer Hussein Chalayan about his radical new dance show.
With John Wilson. Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen discuss their adaptation of The Dresser
Samira Ahmed talks to Anne-Marie Duff and Marianne Elliot about staging DH Lawrence plays.
Tracey Thorn of Everything But the Girl discusses her solo career. John Wilson presents.
John Wilson talks to Bond star Daniel Craig about his new film Spectre.
Mark-Anthony Turnage discusses composing his first piano concerto. Kirsty Lang presents.
Samira Ahmed explores the enduring appeal of designers Charles and Ray Eames.
Young Chekhov, Robert Seethaler, Mississippi Grind review and Bryan Elsley on TV writers.
Kirsty Lang discusses a new TV drama on the Vikings and meets the director of Crimson Peak
Mark Eccleston reviews Pan, featuring Hugh Jackman, Cara Delevingne and Rooney Mara.
Author James Shapiro discusses Shakespeare, and Charlotte Mullins reviews Giacometti.
Marlon James talks about his Man Booker Prize-shortlisted novel. John Wilson presents.
John Wilson talks to Tom Jones as he publishes his autobiography and releases a new album.
Screenwriter Abi Morgan, poet Rita Dove, British Art Show 8, author Zygmunt Miloszewski.
Jonathan Bate talks about The Unauthorised Life, his biography of Ted Hughes.
John Wilson hosts the BBC National Short Story Award live from the BBC Radio Theatre.
A look back at the life of author Henning Mankell, who has died. John Wilson presents.
Terry Gilliam discusses his life as a film director, screenwriter, Python and animator.
Robert Zemeckis' new film The Walk is reviewed. Plus Simon Armitage on The Odyssey.
A tour of the Turner Prize exhibition opening in Glasgow. Samira Ahmed presents.
Margaret Atwood discusses her new novel The Heart Goes Last. Kirsty Lang presents.
Samira Ahmed reviews the new Macbeth starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.
Ridley Scott on The Martian, ENO's Mark Wigglesworth, and ceramics in Stoke.
Sir Roger Moore talks to Kirsty Lang about his long career on stage and in TV and film.
Kirsty Lang reviews the British Museum's Celts exhibition.
Including a review of the James Dean biopic Life. John Wilson presents.
George Osborne discusses his plans to take British culture to China. Samira Ahmed presents
The end of Downton Abbey, musician and composer Karl Jenkins, armour on stage at the RSC.
David Morrissey in Martin McDonagh's new play Hangmen. John Wilson presents.