Vanessa Redgrave, and a review of The Last Station starring Helen Mirren.
With Mark Lawson. Including the verdict on film The Lovely Bones.
With a review of Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief and Sebastian Barry's new play.
My Name Is Khan reviewed; Michael Landy's Art Bin: how full is it now?
Mark Lawson talks to Oscar-nominated actor Jeff Bridges and the architect IM Pei.
A review of romantic comedy Valentine's Day; Helen Baxendale on producing her new film.
A review of horror film The Wolfman; a new TV documentary on Muslim extremism.
Star of The Wire Dominic West and others discuss the casting of non-professional actors.
Colin Firth on A Single Man; Giacometti's Walking Man sculpture; crime writer David Hewson
Morgan Freeman as Mandela in new film Invictus; Corinne Bailey Rae; artist Gillian Ayres.
Colin Firth on A Single Man; Oscar hopefuls respond as the Academy reveals its nominations
Martin Amis discusses The Pregnant Widow, his first novel for six years.
Andrea Levy on her new book The Long Song; Julien Temple on 1970s band Dr Feelgood.
Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson on new thriller play Ghost Stories.
Interviews with Costa-winning poet Christopher Reid and leading composer George Benjamin.
David Dimbleby on the story of Britain's treasures, plus a review of Edge of Darkness.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including the verdict on film Precious.
Julie Walters as Mo Mowlam in a new TV drama, and artist Dexter Dalwood.
Tamsin Greig in new play The Little Dog Laughed; Blur on film; conductor Robin Ticciati.
Only Fools and Horses writer John Sullivan and the verdict on A Prophet.
AS Byatt reviews a major new Van Gogh exhibition, and the actor Jonathan Pryce on Pinter.
Clive Owen in The Boys are Back; New York composer Nico Muhly.
Michael Samuels on his TV drama about Winnie Mandela; OSS117, France's Austin Powers.
Reviews of Legally Blonde, The Musical, and the Ray Winstone gangster film 44 Inch Chest.
Meatloaf on being a reality TV judge, and Up in the Air reviewed.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson. Including an interview with Antonia Fraser.
Playwright Frank McGuinness and a round-up of the must-see art exhibitions of the year.
Biopic Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll, Jonathen Lethem, Lucy Bailey and Andrew Thompson.
Mark Lawson interviews 'Nasty' Nigel Lythgoe and the American author Joyce Carol Oates.
A review of Oscar-hope The Road, and Jonathan Miller on modern Italian art.