Director Asif Kapadia discusses his Amy Winehouse documentary. John Wilson presents.
Author Nell Leyshon talks about her novel Memoirs of a Dipper. Kirsty Lang presents.
A review of Michael Fassbender's new film Slow West. Presented by Kirsty Lang.
Samira Ahmed visits the major new Barbara Hepworth exhibition at Tate Britain.
Author Sarah Winman on her new novel, plus The Lion King director Julie Taymor.
A review of TV drama Black Work, and Robert Wilson on Krapp's Last Tape.
John Wilson talks to Gurinder Chadha about her stage musical Bend It Like Beckham.
Jordskott review, internet pornography play and unfinished art at the Courtauld Gallery.
John Wilson talks to Ian McKellen, Stephen Witt about music and reviews True Detectives.
Alistair McGowan as Jimmy Savile, Amitav Ghosh, Richard Dadd and Bayreuth feud.
Lucian Msamati on Iago. Plus Christopher Lee, Ron Moody and Ornette Coleman remembered.
Chris Pratt discusses his role in the new Jurassic Park film.
With John Wilson. Rachel Cooke reviews artist Carsten Holler's new exhibition Decisions.
The Look of Silence, about the Indonesian genocide in the 1960s. Samira Ahmed presents.
Classical composer Nico Muhly, and the lasting appeal of Greek drama.
Malorie Blackman at the end of her tenure as children's laureate. Kirsty Lang presents.
Samira Ahmed talks to the winner of the Baileys Prize and reviews Listen Up Philip.
Hanif Kureishi, Agnes Martin, Wagner's Tristan and Isolde at 150 and Queen and Country.
John Wilson talks to Melissa McCarthy, star of Bridesmaids and new film Spy.
From the Hay Festival, Samira Ahmed and guests debate the future of book publishing.
Michael Craig-Martin's Summer Exhibition, Pink Floyd's Heritage plaque, film Second Coming
Lenny Henry, Al Pacino's new film Danny Collins, artist Eileen Cooper and library thefts.
Temple's playwright and director discuss their play about the Occupy movement.
Juliet Stevenson, Niamh Cusack and Michelle Terry on playing Rosalind. With Kirsty Lang.
A report from Leeds as the Maclise Waterloo cartoon is unveiled. Kirsty Lang presents.
Danny Boyle discusses new arts centre Home, plus A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night reviewed
Carry On star Jim Dale, Will Young and the winner of the Man Booker International Prize.
Kirsty Lang speaks to Amir Amirani, the director of documentary film We Are Many.
Bradley Cooper talks about playing Joseph Merrick in The Elephant Man on stage.
The set design for U2's new show and the legacy of BB King. Kirsty Lang presents.