Writers Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld talk to Anne McElvoy about what determines success.
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Film director Wim Wenders and philosopher Mary Zournazi discuss peace with Philip Dodd.
Samira Ahmed considers scoundrels in culture and also the housing market.
Anne McElvoy discusses France and its former colonies, plus bird mating systems.
Matthew Sweet hosts a discussion about Chaplin recorded at the Bristol Slapstick Festival.
With a review of Shelagh Delaney's play A Taste of Honey at the National Theatre.
An archive broadcast from 2004 to mark the death of cultural historian Stuart Hall. (R)
Anne McElvoy discusses parent power, literary heroines, artist Georg Baselitz and floods.
Philip Dodd discusses religious belief with Terry Eagleton, Peter Watson and Roger Scruton
Matthew Sweet on Spike Jonze's new film Her, Big Data and the Internet of Things.
Author Hanif Kureishi in extended interview with Philip Dodd.
Matthew Sweet discusses TV series The Monocled Mutineer and First World War archives.
Anne McElvoy explores the arguments of Christine Lagarde's Richard Dimbleby Lecture.