Bidisha talks to artist Tracey Emin about her drawings.
BBC Radio 3
Rana Mitter and Claire Tomalin on diarist, gossip and horticulturalist John Evelyn.
Philip Dodd talks to Economist editor John Micklethwait about the revival of religion.
Philip Dodd and guests on the leading thinker of the 20th century, Sir Isaiah Berlin.
With Matthew Sweet. Including Caryl Phillips and the new Great North Museum.
Anne McElvoy talks to Pulitzer prize-winning former US Poet Laureate Rita Dove.
Phillip Dodd previews Radio 3's Sonnets Day, with poet Jo Shapcott.
Isabel Hilton looks at the cultural history of knots.
Matthew Sweet talks to Oscar-winning screenwriter Charlie Kaufman.
Matthew Sweet presents an extended conversation with novelist AS Byatt.
Bidisha reports on a speech by Prince Charles to the Royal Insitute of British Architects.
Rana Mitter reviews a new ENO production of Benjamin Britten's Peter Grimes.
Philip Dodd talks to Christopher Caldwell about his book on European immigration.
With Anne McElvoy. Including a review of a new production of Waiting for Godot.
Isabel Hilton and guests, including historian Richard Overy on Britain in the 1930s.
Matthew Sweet presents an edition of the programme dedicated to the world of boys.