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Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
Natalie Haynes and Tom Hunter discuss 'speculative fiction' and the appeal of the dystopia
Natalie Haynes talks to Tom Hunter about what makes Ballard such a great dystopic writer
From politics to post-nuclear, environment to zombies - what's next for the dystopic?
Glenn Patterson talks to Mark Lawson about Yankee Doodle Dandy starring James Cagney
Gary Kemp and Tony Hadley perform the title track from their chart-topping album, True.
Hugh Laurie reflects on why the character House was an unlikely star for a TV drama.
Zadie Smith discusses what social mobility means today.
Gary Kemp and Tony Hadley perform Gold from Spandau Ballet's hit album, True.
Gary Kemp says he was inspired by John Barry and James Bond when writing Spandau's Gold.
Grayson Perry discusses the class system and hierarchy in the arts world.
John Wilson talks to Marianne Jean-Baptiste about Miles Davis' seminal 1959 album
Gary Kemp and Tony Hadley perform the title track from the Through the Barricades album.
Amanda Levete talks to John Wilson about the Casa Malaparte
Mick Jagger reflects on the Rolling Stones history and talks about headlining Glastonbury.
Commedian Alexei Sayle on how his Marxist beliefs square with conflicting work.
Elton John speaks to the BBC's John Wilson.
Ty Jeffries on the lengths to which he goes to achieve his evening performance 'look'.
Brian Sewell reflects on his achievements
Actor Michael Sheen describes his long-held love of Neil Gaiman's writing.
Mark Lawson talks to Penelope Curtis about her Cultural Exchange selection.
Neil Gaiman tells Nick Briggs about his book, The Ocean at the End of the Lane.
Evan Davis speaks to the actor, and director of a new Macbeth production, Kenneth Branagh.
Arifa Akbar and Robbie Collins discuss film endings which have been changed.
Rankin talks to John Wilson about a poem by Thomas Hardy.
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