With the future of Greece discussed, Sarah Kane's plays and the TV series Indian Summers.
Presented by Philip Dodd. With poet Paul Muldoon and historian Roy Foster in conversation.
Andrew O'Hagan talks to Matthew Sweet about his new novel which looks at memory and war.
Including Joyce Carol Oates's new novel, the film Selma and the play Jefferson's Garden.
With Tom Stoppard's play The Hard Problem, plus musician and neuroscientist Daniel Levitin
Rana Mitter with historians Richard J Evans, Jane Caplan and David Cesarani.
Features the relationship between Disraeli and his wife, plus cities and disaster planning
David Reynolds, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, Simon Heffer and David Edgar discuss Churchill.
Debate asking if seeing democracy on screen and stage undermines confidence in politicians
Matthew Sweet meets members of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.