Presented by Matthew Sweet. With Ronan Bennett on his new TV drama Top Boy.
BBC Radio 3
Philip Dodd talks to novelist Jeanette Winterson about her new memoir.
Philip Dodd talks to Chris Patten, the new chairman of the BBC Trust.
Matthew Sweet presents a first night review of Mike Bartlett's new play 13.
Rana Mitter talks to biologist Nathan Wolfe about his new book The Viral Storm.
Anne McElvoy talks to John Sutherland about his new book.
Juliet Gardiner reads The Letters of Ernest Hemingway Volume 1 1907 - 1922.
Matthew Sweet talks to Lynne Ramsay about her new film We Need to Talk about Kevin.
Philip Dodd talks to ex-FBI agent Ali Soufan about the search for Al Qaeda.
Rana Mitter talks to Ezra Vogel about his new biography of Deng Xiaoping.
Matthew Sweet talks to playwright Edward Bond as a revival of his play Saved opens.
Philip Dodd marks the first publication in 1961 of Joseph Heller's novel Catch-22.
Anne McElvoy examines the ethics of donating human bodily material for medicine.
Anne McElvoy presents the announcement of the 2011 Nobel Prize for Literature.
Philip Dodd talks to Claire Tomalin about her new biography of Charles Dickens.
Juliet Gardiner interviews Woody Allen about his latest film Midnight in Paris.
Matthew Sweet interviews Joanna Bourke about her new book What It Means to Be Human.