Clive's in the Oval Office with broadcaster and author Peter Snow, whose new book 'When Britain Burned the White House' tells of when Britain attacked the heartland of the United States, defeating them in battle. Peter explains the consequences on both sides, resulting in the decision by the U.S and Britain never to fight each other again.
Clive has a Lunch Date with author and Real Housewife Of New York City Carole Radziwill, whose new book 'The Widow's Guide To Sex and Dating' is the story of Claire, a young widow who's asked to finish writing her husband's biography of a heartthrob movie star. Claire's surprised when he doesn't live up to his reputation. But having found her first Mr Right, does she deserve a second?
Emma Freud's Blinded With Science by musician and producer Thomas Dolby, who's made an impressionistic documentary about a mysterious island lighthouse near the East Anglian coat. With global warming and beach erosion threatening its very foundations, it will soon be a pile of rubble left to fall into the North Sea.
'Thomas Dolby's The Invisible Lighthouse Tour' is a transmedia performance, with a soundtrack from various stages of his career. Let's hope he's not feeling too Hyperactive!
Newsquiz's Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation...or at least to Clive, about his new comedy tour, which addresses death, CBeebies, Michael Gove, hip hop, gender, class, ego, Blue Peter, Leni Riefenstahl, misogyny, the American Civil War, capitalism and Lassie! It kicks off at Newbury's Corn Exchange on 13th September.
With music from Canadian female folk trio The Be Good Tanyas, who perform 'September Field'.
With more music from Bristol-based electro Indie outfit The Ramona Flowers, who perform 'Brighter' from their 'Dismantle' EP
Producer: Sukey Firth.