Samira Ahmed discusses science in the 20th century and beyond.
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Philip Dodd talks to Richard Holloway, former Bishop of Edinburgh, about his new memoir.
Matthew Sweet with Peter Ackroyd on his new book on Victorian novelist Wilkie Collins.
Philip Dodd and Andrew Dickson review Aida at the Royal Albert Hall.
Rana Mitter and the strange story of 28,000 yellow plastic ducks lost at sea in 1992.
Michael Hofmann talks to Anne McElvoy about German writer Hans Fallada.
Presented by Matthew Sweet. With a debate on the legacy of the sexual revolution.
Anne McElvoy and guests discuss the Oscar-nominated Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.
Philip Dodd presents a review of Waste Not, a show by Chinese artist Song Dong.
Turkish novelist Elif Shafak talks to Rana Mitter at the 2011 Free Thinking Festival.
Including Picasso at Tate Britain, a new documentary about the Baka, and Josie Rourke.
Anne McElvoy visits the Lucian Freud exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
Rana Mitter talks to writer William Boyd about his latest novel Waiting for Sunrise.
Matthew Sweet hosts an International Review edition of the programme.
Philip Dodd disusses David Cronenberg's new film A Dangerous Method.
Anne McElvoy talks to author Kate Grenville and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Gene Sharp.
Rana Mitter with a new book on Gregorio Casali, Henry VIII's ambassador in Rome.