Anne McElvoy discusses feminism in 2013, from Twitter trolls to identity politics.
Rana Mitter presents a Landmark edition celebrating Yasujiro Ozu's film Tokyo Story.
Singer Neil Tennant, who grew up in North Shields, talks to Philip Dodd about his career.
Including the life of Peter O'Toole, genes in education, Christmas in Japan and dragons.
Anne McElvoy presents a first-night review of a new musical adaptation of American Psycho.
Philip Dodd with Howard Brenton, Giles Fraser and Lisa Appignanesi, Moniza Alvi.
Matthew Sweet discusses 1963 and Profumo as Lloyd Webber's new musical Stephen Ward opens.
Athol Fugard and Dame Janet Suzman talk to Philip Dodd about Nelson Mandela and his legacy
Samira Ahmed discusses big business. Plus art and the Middle East and the film Nebraska.
Matthew Sweet presents a review of Henry V in the West End, plus the film Black Nativity.
Including the 2013 Turner Prize winner, Bernstein's Candide and a discussion about letters
Novelist Amy Tan talks to Anne McElvoy about her new book The Valley of Amazement.
Rana Mitter on how to plan the happy city plus Ramachandra Guha on the making of Gandhi.
Philip Dodd discusses Orwell, artists working in glass, and Stoicism Week.
Including Tony Benn's diaries, political traditions, PL Travers and the work of Guy Debord
Frances Spalding and Alexandra Harris discuss Myfanwy Piper's libretti for Britten.
Doctor Who with Dominic Sandbrook and Ray Monk. The Gettysburg Address. William Tillyer.
David Tennant in Richard II, Eric Schlosser, Basil Bunting reevaluated. With Anne McElvoy.
Samira Ahmed and guests discuss Joan Littlewood's musical Oh What a Lovely War.
Philip Dodd's guests historian include Catherine Merridale.
Matthew Sweet on the new Paul Greengrass film, Captain Phillips, starring Tom Hanks.
Dayanita Singh, Social Media, Verdi and Shakespeare. Cultural debate with Philip Dodd.
Anne McElvoy discusses the Donmar Warehouse's new production of Roots.
Richard Eyre and Stephen Unwin discuss Ibsen's Ghosts with Anne McElvoy.
Presented by Rana Mitter. With Jung Chang on her book about Empress Dowager Cixi of China.
Philip Dodd discusses the Clash of Civilizations, George Grosz and talks to Simon Heffer.
With Cate Blanchett, the art of Mira Schendel, Maxim Leo and debating the Renaissance.
Including architect Zaha Hadid, French cinema music and a debate on cynicism.
Philip Dodd discusses loyalty in public life and talks to Tom Holland about Herodotus.
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