Ronnie Corbett and Zaha Hadid remembered, and Jeremy Irons talks about his latest film.
Kirsty Lang talks to Jeff Nichols about his new film Midnight Special.
Dame Judi Dench chooses Lady Macbeth to launch Shakespeare's People.
Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe look back over three decades as Pet Shop Boys.
Kirsty Lang talks to theatre producer Sonia Friedman about staging Harry Potter.
Samira Ahmed on a new version of Bach's St Matthew Passion sung by homeless people.
The RSC's Hamlet, Ed Vaizey on the Culture White Paper, Batman v Superman, Underworld.
Glenn Close discusses her role as Norma Desmond in hit musical Sunset Boulevard.
Kirsty Lang is joined in the studio by Peter Bowker, writer of new drama The A Word.
Jeremy Irons discusses his new play Long Day's Journey into Night. John Wilson presents.
Including a look at the Painkiller, starring Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon.
In a new show Jane Horrocks sings a selection of new wave hits. Plus a review of High-Rise
Petroc Trelawny reviews Marguerite, a satirical comedy set in 1920s France.
Live daily magazine programme covering arts, literature, film, media and music.
The Ones Below, Afghan rapper Sonita, Tate funding, Comedy Playhouse, War Horse music.
Nick Hytner on Ken Adam. Plus Martin Parr, Assemble and Bradford museum controversy.
Composer David Arnold and comedian Bernard Cribbins on the late producer George Martin.
With Samira Ahmed, including a review of Anomalis and a look at Seamus Heaney's The Aeneid
Arts news, interviews and reviews.
Including a review of the Coen brothers' Hail, Caesar!. Kirsty Lang presents.
A review of Time Out of Mind, starring Richard Gere as a homeless man. Plus Tanita Tikaram
Gillian Slovo's new novel, Botticelli Reimagined, Tony Warren obituary, Dr Thorne review.
Architect Peter Cook designs his first building in the UK. John Wilson presents.
AS Byatt discusses the enduring legacy of the Bronte's juvenilia. Samira Ahmed presents.
John Wilson talks to Barney Hoskyns about his book on Woodstock - the town.
Kirsty Lang talks to The Maids actresses Uzo Aduba, Laura Carmichael and Zawe Ashton.
Sacha Baron Cohen's new film Grimsby reviewed and the Globe theatre's Dominic Dromgoole.
Including a review of feature-length ITV drama Churchill's Secret. Samira Ahmed presents.
Katie Mitchell on directing Cleansed, Secret in Their Eyes review, and AB Yehoshua's novel
Harper Lee remembered, and John le Carre's The Night Manager adapted for TV.