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Matthew Sweet with a review of The Flying Dutchman at English National Opera.
BBC Radio 3
Presented by Anne McElvoy. Includes Mormonism, Woody Guthrie, David Starkey and The Monk.
Philip Dodd meets American author and journalist Jonah Lehrer.
Samira Ahmed talks to actor Harry Shearer as he tackles the role of Richard Nixon.
Matthew Sweet talks to David Hare about his new play South Downs.
Rana Mitter examines the allure of gold, asking if it has a role in our financial system.
Philip Dodd reviews a new exhibition by artist and sculptor Ron Mueck.
Featuring Close the Coalhouse Door, Pakistan on the Brink, and Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
Matthew Sweet watches Kevin Macdonald's new biopic of Bob Marley.
Anne McElvoy presents a special programme in which she and guests discuss feminism.
Matthew Sweet talks to social psychologist Jonathan Haidt.
Juliet Gardiner presents a special programme focusing on the British landscape.
Philip Dodd explores our passion for luxury. Is it a sin or human nature?
Anne McElvoy presents a Landmark edition examining Jean Renoir's film La Grande Illusion.
Philip Dodd goes to Kew Gardens in London to look at a new carving by David Nash.
Matthew Sweet presents an international review edition.
Peter Carey talks to Rana Mitter about his new novel The Chemistry of Tears.