The TV adaptation of a controversial play about the Windsors; the Pink Floyd retrospective
Review of Alien: Covenant; how might museums reflect changing social attitudes.
Jamaican poet Mervyn Morris, and the future cultural landscape of France.
John Wilson talks to Samantha Spiro about playing Barbara Windsor in the biopic Babs.
Jude Law, Woody Harrelson, Timothy Spall with Colm Meaney, and the Turner Prize Shortlist.
Mindhorn, Tony Kushner on Angels in America, Natalie Haynes and Madeline Miller.
Sound artist and composer Oliver Beer shows John how to make ancient pots sing.
Kirsty Lang looks at the careers of Christian Bale and Ella Fitzgerald.
Special programme live from the British Museum.
Dame Judi Dench discusses the life and work of acting giant Sir John Gielgud.
Thomas Ades on The Exterminating Angel, poet Patricia Lockwood, director James Gunn.
Bananarama back together again, and The Wellcome Book Prize winner revealed.
Actor Gemma Arterton discusses her WWII film Their Finest, plus photographer Martin Parr.
Joan Bakewell on Keeping in Touch. David Pickard unveils the 2017 Proms.
He took those Beyonce photos but Awol Erizku also paints; Robert Macfarlane on dagglers.
Samira Ahmed talks to violinist Kyung Wha Chung and poet Murray Lachlan Young.
Rules Don't Apply starring Warren Beatty reviewed, poet Inua Ellams performs.
Kirsty Lang talks to the playwright Sir Tom Stoppard.
Adrian Lester and Deborah Kermode, Frog Stone, Kim Stanley Robinson.
The Sense of an Ending on film, I Heard It Through the Grapevine is 50, writing as therapy
Katherine Jenkins on Carousel, and Larry Lamb and Phil Daniels on The Hatton Garden Job.
From the Kinks to Americana; Dreda Say Mitchell on Guerrilla; poets respond to The Odyssey
Veteran actors Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman discuss their new heist movie.
Death of a She Devil is Fay Weldon's new novel; Simon Callow directs The Philanthropist.
Novelist David Vann, film director Terence Davies, British abstract artist Albert Moore.
Elif Shafak reviews a new film about the poet Neruda, and the art of the casting director.
Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction shortlist announced, and Yevgeny Yevtushenko remembered.
A new adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's Decline and Fall, and the poetry of Adrian Mole.
Hari Kunzru, Mica Levi, Patrick Marber, Turner Prize changes.
42nd Street director Mark Bramble, and Anish Kapoor on his new exhibition.