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  1. Nando Parrado, Plane Crash Survivor

    How did he survive in the Andes for two months after a plane crash?

    First broadcast: 26 Mar 2011

  2. Art Spiegelman, Cartoonist

    The man who turned his life into cartoons

    First broadcast: 19 Mar 2011

  3. Charlie Wilson, American Congressman

    On whisky, women and winning the Cold War

    First broadcast: 12 Mar 2011

  4. Diana Athill, British Writer

    Diana Athill shares her thoughts of old age and dying

    First broadcast: 05 Mar 2011

  5. Gerry Conlon, Wrongly Imprisoned

    Gerry Conlon on the horror of being wrongfully imprisoned

    First broadcast: 26 Feb 2011

  6. Shai Agassi, Entrepreneur

    Can he keep private transport running in a world without oil?

    First broadcast: 19 Feb 2011

  7. Wilbert Rideau, Journalist and Former Prisoner

    Wilbert Rideau spent 44 years in prison in the US after killing a woman

    First broadcast: 12 Feb 2011

  8. Ursula Le Guin, Science Fiction Author

    Ursula Le Guin gives a lesson in science fiction

    First broadcast: 29 Jan 2011

  9. William Bratton, Police Chief

    The police chief who cut crime in New York and Los Angeles

    First broadcast: 22 Jan 2011

  10. Dr Devi Shetty, Surgeon and Philanthropist

    The heart surgeon who believes specialist healthcare should be available to rich and poor

    First broadcast: 15 Jan 2011

  11. Sir Michael Caine, Actor

    Michael Caine on acting, stardom, wealth and happiness

    First broadcast: 08 Jan 2011

  12. Best of The Interview 2010 with Carrie Gracie

    Carrie Gracie looks back at some of the best of her guests on The Interview in 2010

    First broadcast: 01 Jan 2011

  13. Best of 2010 with Owen Bennett Jones

    Owen Bennett Jones looks back at some of the best of his guests on the programme in 2010

    First broadcast: 25 Dec 2010

  14. Jeff Sarwer, Former Child Chess Prodigy

    Child chess prodigy and adult poker player Jeff Sarwer.

    First broadcast: 18 Dec 2010

  15. Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, New York Mosque Leader

    New York mosque leader Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf says he was scared by August protests

    First broadcast: 11 Dec 2010

  16. Peter Thiel, PayPal Co-founder

    PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel on free thinking

    First broadcast: 04 Dec 2010

  17. Garry Trudeau, Doonesbury Cartoonist

    Garry Trudeau - 40 years 14,000 Doonesbury cartoon strips.

    First broadcast: 27 Nov 2010

  18. Gurbaksh Chahal, Internet Entrepreneur

    Gurbaksh Chahal - internet entrepreneur and multi-millionaire

    First broadcast: 20 Nov 2010

  19. Vidal Sassoon, Celebrity Hairdresser

    Vidal Sassoon - celebrity hairdresser and zionist

    First broadcast: 13 Nov 2010

  20. Barry Marshall, Scientist

    Dr Barry Marshall swallowed bacteria and won a Nobel Prize

    First broadcast: 06 Nov 2010

  21. Cliff Bleszinski, Games Designer

    Cliff Bleszinski designed the highly successful Gears of War video games

    First broadcast: 30 Oct 2010

  22. Peter Carey, Australian Writer

    Writer Peter Carey says reading is essential for democracy

    First broadcast: 16 Oct 2010

  23. Paula Rego, Artist

    Artist Paula Rego is as famous as a footballer in her native Portugal.

    First broadcast: 09 Oct 2010

  24. Terry Jones, Pastor

    Christian Pastor Terry Jones who threatened to burn the Koran

    First broadcast: 02 Oct 2010

  25. Jake Adelstein, Investigative Journalist

    Jake Adelstein, who was a crime reporter on Tokyo's biggest-selling newspaper.

    First broadcast: 25 Sep 2010

  26. General Sir Richard Dannatt

    The British army chief who talked politics -- General Sir Richard Dannatt

    First broadcast: 18 Sep 2010

  27. Paola Antonelli, Curator

    Design guru Paola Antonelli wants us to appreciate objects around us

    First broadcast: 11 Sep 2010

  28. Tony Blair, Former British Prime Minister

    Tony Blair on the decision that defined his political career - the invasion of Iraq

    First broadcast: 04 Sep 2010

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