Matthew Sweet discusses the film Jaws with writer Will Self and shark expert Gareth Fraser
Philip Dodd discusses law and language and reviews a new play by Rebecca Lenkiewicz.
Anne McElvoy discusses French intellectual traditions with Sudhir Hazareesingh.
Radio 3's cabaret of the word explores a 'monochrome' world with poets and performers.
Scottish-born composer Thea Musgrave talks to Tom Service about her life in music.
Matthew Sweet with a tribute to the award-winning and prolific film composer James Horner.
1/5 Art historian Martin Gayford recalls visiting the great photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson (R)
2/5 Art historian Martin Gayford meets the 'grandmother of performance art', Marina Abramovic. (R)
Daniel Levitin explores new thinking about the relationship between music and our brains.
Author Colm Toibin profiles Anglo-American poet Thom Gunn, who died in 2004. (R)