Wolf Hall on TV and former RSC director Michael Boyd on his first opera, Orfeo.
Wild reviewed, the TS Eliot poetry prize, Oppenheimer at the RSC, singer Barbara Hannigan.
Into the Woods, BBC Sound of 2015 winners, crime writer Eva Dolan, a film evoking January.
Michael Pennington, minimalist music, The Last of the Unjust and art that evokes January.
Steve Carell, Ian McMillan on Elvis's 80th, sound recordist Chris Watson, The Fever.
John Wilson talks to Richard Linklater, who directed the film Boyhood over 12 years.
John Wilson talks to David Tennant about the second series of Broadchurch.
Tamsin Greig, Birdman reviewed, and Turner in January at the Scottish National Gallery.
Razia Iqbal presents an interview with Nobel laureate Toni Morrison.
John Wilson with those in the arts who made the headlines in 2014.
John Wilson with the writers, actors, artists and musicians who made the headlines in 2014
The year of event cinema - Billy Elliot the Musical Live topped one weekend's takings.
A 2005 edition of Radio 4's Front Row in which John Wilson talks to Kate Bush.
John Wilson explores the art of book cover design with artist Suzanne Dean.
Kirsty Lang talks to Sir Alan Ayckbourn in a special edition of the programme.
Kirsty Lang talks to John Kander, composer of Cabaret, New York New York and Chicago.
Unbroken, Young Fathers, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Miranda Richardson on Mapp and Lucia.
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones on The Theory of Everything.
Miranda Hart on the success of Miranda and the final episodes of the sitcom.
Esio Trot on TV, author Robert Olen Butler, Richard Thompson and family.
Double Oscar-winner Christoph Waltz discusses his new film, Big Eyes.
Ridley Scott's Exodus, serial podcast, The Shoemaker's Holiday and Quvenzhane Wallis.
Willy Russell's Front Row neon artwork, Kon-Tiki review, and dementia-friendly theatre.
Paul McCartney, framing An Allegory of Prudence, Ian McDiarmid on The Merchant of Venice.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Trevor Nunn on Cats; Churchill's art; Jeff Kinney; dolls' houses.
Marco Polo, behind the scenes at Nutcracker, Manakamana, WWI's Christmas truce in art.
With TV's Christopher Jefferies drama, pantomime, the Burrell Collection and ghostwriting.
Sarah Waters, racial diversity in the arts, Mike Scott and museums on film.
Jim Broadbent, young adult fiction, the Elgin Marbles, Tena Stivicic, and comedy DVDs.
Composer Harrison Birtwistle at 80; The Grandmaster; Christmas boxsets; Wonder Woman.