Jennifer Aniston on new film Cake, artists as collectors and a review of Indian Summers.
Harriet Walter and Guy Paul in Boa, The Casual Vacancy, Amit Chaudhuri and the Folio Prize
John Wilson on Seth Rogen's film The Interview, plus poet Blake Morrison.
Alfred Molina, playwright Rona Munro and New York Times theatre critic Ben Brantley.
Timberlake Wertenbaker, Jupiter Ascending reviewed and novels that throw light on France.
Harper Lee's new book, writer William Nicholson, The Turning review, artist Marlene Dumas.
George the Poet, RIBA Gold Medallists, film Still Life reviewed, Michelangelo bronzes.
Leviathan, Amelia Bullmore, the art of the Battle of Waterloo at Windsor, Son of a Gun.
Reviews of Trash and Tom Stoppard's play The Hard Problem, Andrew O'Hagan, Chilly Gonzales
David Oyelowo on Selma, Costa-winner Helen Macdonald, Bob Dylan album review, Joanna Marsh
Inherent Vice reviewed, new play Dara, teen film tropes and the Cotton to Gold exhibition.
Samira Ahmed talks to Matthew Vaughn and Mark Millar about Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Jessica Chastain, Ali Smith, Bob Copper remembered and a review of self-portraiture.
Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including Johnny Depp and Paul Bettany on new film Mortdecai.
Author Samantha Shannon, Bjork's new album and head of Disney animation Andrew Millstein.
A review of Ex Machina, director Jamie Lloyd and authors Max Brooks and Emma Healey.
Musician Mark Ronson, novelist Michael Chabon, falconer Helen Macdonald and painter Rubens
Russell T Davies talks about his new shows and PJ Harvey talks about recording his album.
News of the nominations for the 2015 Oscars. Presented by John Wilson.
Bradley Cooper on American Sniper, Adventures of the Black Square and Paula Hawkins.
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.