Commanders of the Order of the British Empire in all BBC programmes
Alan Ayckbourn reflects on a career in which he has written 72 full length plays.
On winning the 2015 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.
Strictly’s Arlene Phillips shares “the most extraordinary piece of dance history”.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Hepworth Wakefield, Henry Moore Institute & Leeds Art Gallery
Time and Space is at Arnolfini in Bristol until 15 November 2015.
On his substantial new publication, Collected Poems.
Ballet star, Carlos Acosta, talks to John before his farewell tour.
Oscar-winning writer Christopher Hampton reflects on his very first play, When Did You Last See My Mother?
Early in his career, he saw himself playing brutal roles in films like Scum.
presented by Mark Lawson
Dannie Abse reads his poem Case History for Front Row
Dannie Abse reads Dafydd and the Brecon Deacon's Wife (Storm) for Front Row
Interview originally broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row, 3 July 2007.
John Wilson talks to artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi in an interview from 2000.
Playwright, screenwriter, novelist and film-maker
Tamara Rojo tells us how to watch ballet
For Radio 4's Character Invasion five British actors speak about playing iconic roles.
The Unauthorised Life has attracted attention due to revelations about Hughes' adultery.
In a rare interview, musician Kate Bush talks about her work to John Wilson.
Kate Bush is interviewed on Front Row by John Wilson.
John Wilson meets Kate Bush as she releases a new album of songs inspired by snow.
Henry on appearing in The Syndicate, Educating Rita and a drama on his teenage years.
from Front Row 14/06/2010
The legendary actor admits he believed he would be killed fighting in the Korean War.
Sir Neville Marriner talks to Kirsty Lang about his long and varied career
People of the Year: Olivia Colman on Broadchurch and winning two Baftas.
Mark Lawson interviews OIivia Colman.
A look at the power struggle behind the throne and the price of fame