In 1969 the BBC and ITV co-produced a documentary on the Royal Family which changed the way the Royals were viewed forever. Eddie Mirzoeff, director of the 1992 documentary Elizabeth R, writer AN Wilson and Ingrid Seward, author of eight books on the Royal Family, have watched the film again and discuss the role it played in changing our attitudes to the Royals.
The singer-songwriter Kiki Dee's biggest hit in her 40-year career was her 1976 duet with Elton John, Don't Go Breaking My Heart. She was also the first white British artist to be signed by Tamla Motown. Kiki Dee looks back to the early days of her career and discusses her new greatest hits CD.
Twenty years ago David Edgar founded Britain's first graduate playwriting course at Birmingham University. The course employed a form of creative writing teaching which has since become tremendously popular. David joins Mark Lawson to discuss the good, and bad, effects for playwriting - and what responsibility he feels as a result.