Kirsty Lang reports on a major Picasso exhibition co-curated by the artist's grandson.
Tracy Chevalier and Audrey Niffenegger tour Highgate Cemetery. Plus interactive Doctor Who
Christopher Hitchens; Michael Winterbottom's new film; Birmingham's City of Culture bid.
Kirsty Lang meets film-maker Terry Gilliam, who celebrates his 70th birthday this year.
Zoe Wanamaker and David Suchet in All My Sons and writer Joseph O'Connor interviewed.
Mark Lawson meets crime writer Peter James and chairs Front Row's World Cup jukebox jury.
Mark Lawson talks to Tony Parsons; secretly-taken images and CCTV footage at Tate Modern.
Mark Lawson interviews the acclaimed Korean-American novelist Chang-rae Lee.
Kirsty Lang reports on the latest art to appear on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.
With Kirsty Lang, including the Stones back with Exile on Main St, and China Mieville.
Mark Lawson meets Scott Turow, who has written a sequel to Presumed Innocent.
With John Wilson, including Picasso in Liverpool, Tosca in London and singer Tracey Thorn.
With John Wilson, including interviews with Eric Idle and pianist Louis Lortie.
With Mark Lawson, including David Mitchell on his latest novel, and Keane on their new EP.
Yes Prime Minister on stage; Abi Morgan's new Royal Wedding TV drama; news from Cannes.
A Boy George TV biopic, the Art Fund Prize shortlist and composing music for video games.
Russell Crowe, Ashes to Ashes and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Julie Andrews reviewed, Junior Apprentice, and an interview with Tippi Hedren.
With Mark Lawson, including an interview with South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela.
With Mark Lawson, including interviews with Nigel Kennedy and the artist Marc Quinn.
With Mark Lawson, including Four Lions reviewed and the Turner Prize shortlist.
A special edition on the 10th anniversary of Tate Modern, presented by John Wilson.
Mark Lawson travels to Margate to meet Tracey Emin, as she unveils a new work.
Country star Glen Campbell and the cello piece fit for Prince Charles.
The verdict on Peter Kay's return to stand-up after seven years away; Ian Rankin at 50.
Robert Downey Jr returns to the role of Iron Man; and Mark Knopfler on Brothers in Arms.
With Kirsty Lang, including playwright David Greig on his new version of Peter Pan.
With Kirsty Lang, including an interview with Jonathan Harvey about his play Canary.
Reviews of two Classical films: Agora, and Centurion; news of this year's BBC Proms.
Lynn Nottage on her Pulitzer prize-winning play about women in the Congo.