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Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
Gillian Clarke discusses her poetry collection Ice with James Naughtie and readers.
A poem by Joseph O’Connor based on a conversation he overheard on Dublin's LUAS tramline.
In a wide-ranging conversation, Mark Lawson talks to writer JK Rowling.
Composer Mark-Anthony Turnage talks about his favourite moments of musical dissonance.
Rollando Villazón talks about the emotional appeal of La Boheme’s tragic final scene.
Joan Bakewell discusses the need to add imaginative ideas to political discourse.
Richard and Door meet the Angel Islington (Benedict Cumberbatch)
Liberty’s Shami Chakrabarti shares some Bowie love with Samira Ahmed.
Julie Goodyear tells Kirsty Young how years of tragedy left her in hospital.
Follow the Chicago show that dared walk the line between reform and revolution.
Director John Boorman talks about making ‘Point Blank’, starring Lee Marvin.
Interior designer Nicky Haslam on recording a new CD with his famous friends…
The soon-to-retire Archers editor talks to Eddie Mair on BBC Radio 4's PM programme
Suggs speaks to Mark Lawson about finding out what happened to his father late on in life.
Duran Duran's John Taylor talks us through his Inheritance Track by The Beatles.
Views on culture in all its forms from the mouths of its creators.
Judy Blume talks to Sarah Cuddon about first drafts and the film adaptation of Tiger Eyes.
Roger Law talks to Nicola Jackman, voice artist with ZANews.
Danny Boyle talks about his films, working within budgets and the 'rules' for endings.
Richard Holloway, the former Bishop of Edinburgh, discusses watching Westerns in the 1940s
Magic, evil eye beads, coffee cups, fortune telling. I use those elements in my writing.
Director Harmony Korine on younger fans watching 18-rated Spring Breakers.
Terry Castle describes the audience experience at the cult horror-thriller, The Tingler.
William Hartnell, the first ever Doctor Who, is remembered by his co-stars.
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