Presented by Kirsty Lang.
Novelist Sebastian Faulks reviews A Christmas Tale, the latest film from French director Arnaud Desplechin, a characteristically unpredictable tale about three generations of the dysfunctional Vuillard family.
Novelists Barry Unsworth and Tobias Hill discuss the use of archaeology in their new novels.
Composer Orlando Gough talks to Kirsty about his latest project, ICE, a choral piece which commemorates the centenary of the first expedition to reach the North Pole.
Andrew Collins examines whether, as is often claimed, success at the Golden Globe awards really leads to Oscar glory.