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With Neil Jordan on his novel, a visit to Flat Time House and 20 years of the Teletubbies.
Anne McElvoy and guests discuss today's refugee crisis and the film Viceroy's House.
Christopher Harding with writers Alex Kerr and Yoko Tawada, and film-maker Momoko Ando.
Philip Dodd considers the importance of 'play' in the way our city centres are designed.
Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, Jules Pretty, Andrew Scott, Philip Coupland, Matthew Kelly
Anne McElvoy hears from cartoonists and curators about creating memorable images.
Matthew Sweet explores music, art and drama in Hull, the city where he grew up.
Philip Dodd explores the art of Paolozzi and talks about consciousness with Daniel Dennett
Neil Gaiman talks Norse myths with Rana Mitter. And a look at the ugly side of Valentines
Philip Dodd is in extended conversation about culture and race with Professor Paul Gilroy.
Matthew Sweet and guests discuss the implications of our increasing reliance on robotics.
Anne McElvoy and her guests assess the role and legacy of art in the Russian Revolution.
Writers and an artist talk borders from Ireland to Turkey with Anne McElvoy.
With a discussion about anger, Elif Shafak's new novel and a debate about Trumpism.
Joshua Jelly-Schapiro, Colin Grant and Kei Miller discuss the Caribbean with Matthew Sweet
Philip Dodd presents, with debates about empathy, rigorous thinking and the welfare state.
Anne McElvoy explores topics discussed at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.
On the day of the Oscar nominations, Matthew Sweet and guests consider 2016 in film.
Rana Mitter discusses Victorian bodies and the Citizens of Everywhere arts project.
Artists Sonia Boyce, Isaac Julien, Eddie Chambers and Harold Offeh talk to Anne McElvoy.
Including the sequel to HG Wells's The War of the Worlds and 'experimental' novels.
Anne McElvoy explores novels set in Pakistan and Nigeria. Plus the art of Lockwood Kipling
Shahidha Bari and Laurence Scott debate the art and rhythms of running.
Matthew Sweet and guests discuss Hollywood and its self-obsession.
Philip Dodd and guests discuss the satire and contemporary relevance of writer Karl Kraus.
Anne McElvoy explores the history and future of the Union Jack.
Rana Mitter and guests debate the meaning of patriotism beyond the west.
Alain Finkielkraut and Karim Miske talk to Philip Dodd about French identity.
Anne McElvoy asks if public enquiries are good government. Plus Matthew Parris on scorn.
Philip Dodd and guests consider what we mean by 'news' in 2016.