Georgia Mann presents informal late-night music and poetry featuring emerging UK talent.
Composer Charlotte Bray talks to Kate Molleson about her influences and inspirations.
Michael Berkeley's guest is anthropologist Stephen Hugh-Jones.
Ivan Hewett presents world premieres from the Witten Days for New Chamber Music 2016.
4/5 Focusing on the residents of Venice who serve the many tourists who arrive each year.
Richard Dawkins explores religion, culture and science, talking to Philip Dodd.
Ian McMillan presents a backwards programme, with Toby Litt, Helen Zaltzman and Tim Atack.
Paul Mason, Lucy Armstrong and Richard and Daniel Susskind debate the future of work.
3/5 On the recent Biennale fashion of rigging-up neon strips of random text around Venice.
Philip Dodd explores the writing and legacy of Angela Carter.