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American writer Nicholson Baker discusses his new book Human Smoke.
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Gabriel Gbadamosi talks to Sebastian Barry about his new novel The Secret Scripture.
Matthew Sweet talks to Bishop Gene Robinson - the first openly gay man to become a bishop.
A discussion on the British fashion for 'Chinese Style' in the 17th and 18th centuries.
A programme exploring the changing art and culture inspired by Armageddon.
Bill Emmott considers Japan's role in the newly emerging world order.
Writer David Lodge discusses his new novel about a man coming to terms with deafness.
Matthew Sweet talks to film maker Paul Watson about one of his new plays for radio.
In a programme-length interview, author Salman Rushdie discusses his latest novel.
Will Self talks about his new novel The Butt.
Philip Dodd on the classic 1960s film Blow-Up, directed by the late Michelangelo Antonioni (R)
In an extended interview, British film director Mike Leigh talks about his new film.
A special interview with poet and dramatist Tony Harrison.
With Lord Lawson and Prof Mike Hulme debating climate change.
With Misha Glenny on his new book on and Brazilian theatre director Augusto Boal.
Night Waves' Landmarks series focuses on The Diary of Samuel Pepys.
Isabel Hilton presents the arts and ideas programme.
Isabel Hilton talks to South African Justice Albie Sachs. (R)