Actor and director Peter Bogdanovich gives his personal view of Hollywood
Phil Rickman presents BBC Radio Wales' book programme
Best-selling author Philip Pullman talks to his former schoolteacher Enid Jones.
Adil Ray looks at life through the lens of contemporary photographers
Presented by Tim Marlow. Musicians create a musical rendering of skylines.
Michael Morpurgo celebrates the 50th anniversary of Paddington Bear in 2008.
Shahidha Bari goes in search of the biggest poetry competition in the Middle East.
John Lloyd of the FT on the future of journalism after the phone hacking scandal.
Tribute to Antony Hopkins, composer and presenter of the radio series Talking About Music
David Mitchell traces the history of British humour from music hall to the modern day.
Reviews, reports and analysis in a weekly round-up of Wales's thriving arts scene
History series investigating stories taken from archive newspapers
Mary Anne Hobbs presents a Chris Morris radio retrospective featuring interviews.
John Waite asks why one of the world's most successful publishers has hit hard times.
Michael Morpurgo on the changing experience of learning to read over the last 70 years
Irma Kurtz travels to Monet's Giverny garden to hear how losing his sight changed his work
Roger Law explores some unexpected corners of China's rich and varied culture
British musician and poet Akala examines the culture of his Rastafarian heritage
Mark Radcliffe explores the continued success and appeal of the little white bear.
Sharp, critical discussion of the week's cultural events, with Tom Sutcliffe and guests
Adam Rutherford talks to the scientific advisors behind some well-known films and TV shows
John Bird looks at arguably the most famous and influential comedy club in the world.
Series examining the role of state secrecy in Britain
Andrew Collins explores how and why tribute bands have developed into a huge industry.
Neil MacGregor uncovers the stories twenty objects tell us about Shakespeare's world.
Robert Sandall investigates the impact and legacy of punk.
Kate Williams explores the history and development of the modern winning smile.
How the power of the news media is used as a global government tool for influence
Science broadcaster Professor Trevor Cox explores the science of aural architecture.
Series of programmes exploring film music
Tim Marlow explores the kinds of sounds and music that influence an artist's art and work.
Series exploring how stage works have been adapted for the cinema
Weekly discussion programme, setting the cultural agenda every Monday
Rhaglen gelfyddyd yn edrych ar y sinema, llyfrau, cerddoriaeth a sgwrs.
The complex history of the Notting Hill Carnival, with writer and actor Kwame Kwei-Armah
Mark Burman strips away the layers of Stuart Freeborn's remarkable life in movie make-up.
Late-night discussion show.
Religious affairs programme which examines moral and ethical issues at home and abroad
Revealing everything listeners ever wanted to know about the symphony
Terence Blacker explores politically incorrect music over the last century
Artist Tacita Dean travels to Unesco in Paris on a mission to save photochemical film.
Familiar pieces of classical music re-examined.
Lyse Doucet asks diplomats and politicians how we should engage with brutal regimes.
Christine Finn explores how authors' archive is kept, now they write on screens not paper.
Razia Iqbal talks to a series of well-known authors from Britain and around the world.
How Tarzan has enjoyed a hundred years swinging through the jungle of popular culture.
Exploring the vast archive of Chaplin's unfinished scripts, letters and press cuttings
Paul Morley on the 7-inch single's grand relative - the 12-inch - and its peak in the 80s.
Mark Rickards meets the author of The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho.
Andrew Collins tells the story of Alan Smithee, prolific film director who never existed.
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