Cathy MacDonald hosts an early morning show with conversation and music
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Two hours of music and conversation from a faith and ethical perspective.
Grange Hill and Brookside creator Phil Redmond talks to Ricky about his life and career.
Ricky Ross is joined by AA Gill, who talks about his memoir, Pour Me: A Life.
Ricky Ross is joined by Dr Mukesh Kapila, who talks about how he became a whistleblower.
Ricky Ross is joined by writer, traveller and natural historian Redmond O'Hanlon.
Ricky Ross marks BBC Music Day by celebrating the roots of sacred music.
Highlights of the year including Ruby Wax, Polly Toynbee, Mark Tully and Nawal El Saadawi.
Richard talks to actress Hannah Gordon.
Former MP Clare Short joins Richard Holloway to talk about life in and out of politics.
Richard Holloway talks to Booker-winning author John Banville.
Two hours of music and stimulating conversation from a faith and ethical perspective.
Cultural critic and writer Ziauddin Sardar talks to Cathy Macdonald about his life.
Cathy Macdonald talks to actress Shelley King about fighting racism and typecasting.
Cathy Macdonald is joined by Egyptian writer and feminist Nawal el Saadawi.
Historian and classicist Professor Mary Beard talks to Cathy Macdonald.
Richard Holloway talks to author Robert Harris about his appetite for political intrigue.
Theatre director and actor Cora Bissett talks to Ricky Ross about her life and career.
Ricky Ross is joined by Canadian guitarist and singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn.
Ricky talks to TV and radio presenter Gloria Hunniford about her life, faith and family.
Sir Mark Tully shares stories about life in India and how it has changed him.
Ricky Ross is joined by Lindsay Paterson, Rosa Murray, Spencer Fildes and Magnus Linklater
Writer, philosopher and broadcaster Charles Handy talks to Ricky about his life.
Ricky Ross is joined by journalist Polly Toynbee, who talks about her career.
Actor, comedian and writer Helen Lederer talks about her family history and first novel.
John Burnside talks to Cathy Macdonald about using writing as a map to navigate his life.
Cathy MacDonald talks to award-winning Scottish author and illustrator Debi Gliori.
Writer and Christian feminist Sara Maitland talks to Cathy Maxdonald about her life.
Social activist and Christian thinker Reverend Steve Chalke talks to Cathy Macdonald.