Including tax, law and morality, plus writers Philip Hoare and Andrew Upton.
Matthew Sweet and guests examine our current and past attitudes to childhood.
With Anne McElvoy. Including a discussion about Wagner and antisemitism.
Khaled Hosseini, Man Booker International Prize, Disgraced and the future of psychiatry.
Matthew Sweet talks to American novelist and short story writer James Salter.
Lee Smolin talks to Samira Ahmed about the way that the laws of physics change over time.
Anne McElvoy discusses the political legacy of Edmund Burke.
Matthew Sweet in an edition devoted to a conversation with theatre director Peter Brook.
With architect Charles Correa, the film The Great Gatsby and political movements.
Matthew Sweet visits Tate Britain to examine a complete re-hang of the collection.