Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
Suggs talks to Mark Lawson about John Betjeman
National Poet of Wales Gillian Clarke describes the polar bear rug in her childhood home.
Giles Fraser reviews The Pajama Game at the Chichester Festival Theatre.
Author John le Carré demonstrates some of the accents he uses when reading his own work.
Actor Damian Lewis talks about the challenges in reading John le Carré's A Delicate Truth.
A clip of Damian Lewis reading John le Carré's A Delicate Truth for Book at Bedtime.
Jo Shapcott describes how she started to disagree with Rilke’s poems and so wrote her own.
The Chair of Arts Council England talks to John Wilson
Riz Ahmed talks about the political questions raised in The Reluctant Fundamentalist.
Image: Clive Rowe as Tubb and The Cast of The Hothouse. Photo credit: Johan Persson
Yoko Ono on turning 80 & ageism
The Most Rev Justin Welby talks to Mark Lawson
Soprano Catherine Bott is pitch-corrected to sound a little like Cher singing Believe.
Casualty creators Paul Unwin and Jeremy Brock express their surprise at its longevity.
Professor Robert Winston looks at how the key of a musical piece influences the listener.
interview by Mark Lawson
John McCarthy hears how restoration has changed the famous Athens site.
presented by Mark Lawson
Why David Abraham, Chief Executive of Channel 4 says he deserves his high salary
Lydia Corbett on what it was like sitting for Picasso.
Artist Damien Hirst talks to Kirsty Young about his less than promising beginnings in art.
presented by John Wilson
Director Jay Bulger speaks to Francine Stock about his Ginger Baker documentary.
The Saturday Review panel discuss Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby.
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