Matthew Sweet discusses the film Jaws with writer Will Self and shark expert Gareth Fraser
Rana Mitter discusses Pather Panchali with Tariq Ali and talks to novelist Sunjeev Sahota.
Anne McElvoy chairs the 2015 Museum of the Year directors' debate at Tate Modern in London
Philip Dodd on the links between dance, art and the brain. Plus the meaning of 'public'.
AL Kennedy, Virginia Ironside and Francis O'Gorman discuss worrying in literature and life
Anne McElvoy talks to Janice Galloway about explorations of Scottishness.
Philip Dodd discusses community with Toby Young and looks at historic images of Newcastle.
Matthew Sweet examines Welsh politics and poetry with Gwyneth Lewis and Iain Sinclair.
New Generation Thinker Laurence Scott talks to Rana Mitter about living in a digital world
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks talks to Philip Dodd about confronting religious violence.
Director John Boorman talks about his film-making career with Matthew Sweet.
Anne McElvoy on a new history painting exhibition at Tate Britain. Plus a new Othello.
Martin Amis, Zachary Leader and Sarah Churchwell discuss Saul Bellow's novel Herzog.
Matthew Sweet explores Carsten Holler's art and discusses the idea of the 'freak'.
Dr Eugenia Cheng discusses maths and playing the piano with Anne McElvoy.
Rana Mitter is joined by novelist Kate Grenville, who talks about her new book.
Playwright Richard Bean joins Matthew Sweet to discuss male friendships.
Rana Mitter introduces the 2015 New Generation Thinkers.
Rana Mitter and guests Azar Nafisi, David Brooks and Tom Holland discuss humility.
Philip Dodd is joined by scholar Theodore Zeldin and journalist Mona Eltahawy.
Including a debate about fulfilment, actor Julian Glover and the play The Beaux' Stratagem
With novelist Alain Mabanckou on growing up in the Republic of Congo. Plus Joseph Stiglitz
Colm Toibin on the poetry of Elizabeth Bishop and Beth Shapiro on cloning mammoths.
Anne McElvoy presents a review of High Society at the Old Vic. Plus Chinese writer Xinran.
Philip Dodd discusses Dante's poem The Divine Comedy.
Matthew Sweet on the idea of 'gut instinct'. Plus the ballet Woolf Works and Agnes Varda.
Anne McElvoy is joined by novelist Anne Enright and playwright Christopher Hampton.
Philip Dodd is in extended conversation with actor Antony Sher.
Matthew Sweet and guests talk about the doctors in the 17th and the 21st centuries.
With Booker Prize-winning writer Julian Barnes and Pakistani novelist Bapsi Sidhwa.