Philip Dodd casts an irreverent eye over the reputations LS Lowry and Thomas Kuhn.
Presented by Rana Mitter. With James Fenton, Tommie Smith and Jonathan Healey.
Matthew Sweet explores London's relationship with the rest of the UK.
Anne McElvoy explores the life and influence of Titian.
John Banville discusses his new novel Ancient Light. With Anne McElvoy.
Philip Dodd discusses Germany's increasing economic power in Europe.
Samira Ahmed: A Clockwork Orange, Procrastination, Tim Spector & Woman in a Dressing Gown.
Matthew Sweet with a Landmark edition examining Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece, Blackmail.
Film director Todd Solondz talks to Anne McElvoy about his new suburban satire Dark Horse.
Philip Dodd explores the influence of Jean-Jacques Rousseau 300 years after his birth.
Rana Mitter visits a new retrospective of the work of Edvard Munch and reviews Les Troyens
Matthew Sweet discusses the work of artist Jenny Saville on display in Oxford.
Matthew Sweet hosts an International Review edition of the arts and ideas programme.
Samira Ahmed on Armando Iannucci's new political comedy, Veep.
Anne McElvoy examines Tate Liverpool's exhibition of works by Turner, Monet and Twombly.
Philip Dodd explores English National Opera's new version of Britten's opera Billy Budd.
David Cronenberg talks to Anne McElvoy about his new film Cosmopolis.
Philip Dodd presents a discussion on Europe's future.
Matthew Sweet talks to Harry Belafonte about leading black actors in film.
Presented by Rana Mitter. With a discussion on Pina Bausch's dance company.
Anne McElvoy discusses taste, and talks to authors Robert Macfarlane and Adam Phillips.
Robert Caro talks to Samira Ahmed about his biography The Passage of Power.
Matthew Sweet talks to the comedian Ken Dodd about his eight decades as an entertainer.
Philip Dodd and guests explore Muriel Spark's novel The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.
Anne McElvoy reviews Ridley Scott's Prometheus and talks to historian Antony Beevor.
Philip Dodd with a review of a new production of Sophocles's tragedy, Antigone.
Writer John Irving talks to Rana Mitter about his new novel, In One Person.
Matthew Sweet discusses the new film The Angels' Share. ITEM USES THE STRONGEST LANGUAGE.
Anne McElvoy meets neuroscientist David Eagleman.
Philip Dodd examines optimistic signs of a renaissance of Sicilian culture.