The story of the Congress of Vienna and how it still affects us 200 years later.
Lenny Henry talks to Matthew Sweet in front of an audience at Birmingham Rep. (R)
1/5 Simon Callow tracks Orson Welles's transformation from schoolboy to prodigy.
Alberto Manguel talks to Matthew Sweet about curiosity and a lifetime of reading.
2/5 Exploring Orson Welles's Shaksepeare film trilogy: Macbeth, Othello and Chimes at Midnight
Philip Dodd reports on the first night of Carol Ann Duffy's new adaptation of Everyman.
3/5 Film critic Peter Bradshaw gives his personal take on Orson Welles's film Citizen Kane.
Booker Prize-winning writer Julian Barnes talks to Anne McElvoy about his love of art.
4/5 Sarah Churchwell discusses film-maker Orson Welles's capacity for self-mythologising.
With poet Pedro Serrano and pilot Mark Vanhoenacker, who explores the language of the sky.