Nigerian novelist Chigozie Obioma discusses his debut novel The Fishermen.
Jack Monroe examines the often obsessive relationships people have with their crockery.
1/2 Terence Curran explores how performers cope with the demands of making a first recording.
13/20 Sunken gold from West Africa sheds light on England's complex relationship with the Moors.
6/6 Tim Key takes a comic look at the concept of horror, through the medium of poetry.
4/4 Hannah explains why Picasso's 1907 masterpiece is so pivotal in art history.
Libby Purves meets archaeologist Deirdre O'Sullivan and pilot Mark Vanhoenacker.
Ben Stiller discusses While We're Young and Martin Rowson reviews Love Bites.
The BBC's creative director Alan Yentob on dropping Jeremy Clarkson. With Steve Hewlett.
12/20 A delicate glass goblet reveals the twin seductions of Venice.
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