Anne McElvoy looks ahead to the Rio Olympics, discussing Brazilian culture.
Philip Dodd discusses war and modern memory.
Matthew Sweet and critic Natalie Haynes report from the Liverpool Biennial.
Anne McElvoy discusses Welsh links to Ukraine, plus Welsh fiction since devolution.
Matthew Sweet discusses deserts with writers Geoff Dyer and Laurence Scott.
With Hisham Matar on the search for his father, street furniture and Storm Jameson's work.
With Chris Kissane discussing citizenship, plus Matthew Wall on betting patterns.
British TV and film producer Tony Garnett is in conversation with Matthew Sweet.
Anne McElvoy discusses the fiction of Walter Benjamin and the Soviet superwoman.
Philip Dodd and New Generation Thinker Sean Williams debate universities.
Matthew Sweet discuses hands with psychoanalyst Darian Leader.
Anne McElvoy is joined by curators, artists and an audience at Nottingham Contemporary.
With Emma Cline on cults and teenage girls, and a discussion about the novel Efuru.
Matthew Sweet discusses mysticism with Dorothy Cross, Joanna Kavenna and Jo Dunkley.
Rana Mitter on underwater archaeology at home and abroad, discussing two new exhibitions.
Moral philosopher Peter Singer is in conversation with Philip Dodd.
With Icelandic writer Sjón, the career of Winifred Knights and an exploration of touch.
Philip Dodd explores the art of Bhupen Khakhar as a retrospective opens at Tate Modern.
Lionel Shriver, Marlon James and Steve Jones join Rana Mitter to debate inheritance.
Rana Mitter introduces the ten academics named as the New Generation Thinkers for 2016.
Rana Mitter discusses The Tale of Genji, sometimes called the world's first novel.
Philip Dodd explores Latin America with writers Juan Gabriel Vasquez and Claudia Pineiro.
With the Carry On film as social history and a photography show charting the 20th century.
Dame Fiona Reynolds talks to Anne McElvoy about preserving beauty in the countryside.
Iain Sinclair, Emma Jenkins, Paul Hills and Iain Bell discuss the writing of David Jones.
Neil Bartlett on Victorian performer Ernest Boulton and Thomas Thwaites on becoming a goat
Anne McElvoy explores Germany with Neil MacGregor, Volker Kutscher and Haydn Gwynne.
Frank Dikotter, Xiaolu Guo and Xinran discuss the Cultural Revolution with Rana Mitter.
Paul Mason and Bryan and Mary Talbot discuss Louise Michel with Matthew Sweet.
Anne McElvoy and novelists AL Kennedy, Tahmima Anam and Alain de Botton discuss love.