English atheists in all BBC programmes
Alain de Botton discusses his first novel in twenty years - The Course of Love.
Sir Terry Pratchett on his 50th book.
Ben Elton reveals the personal story behind his new book Two Brothers.
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Mark Lawson interviews Daniel Radcliffe, who now stars in the film The Woman in Black.
The illusionist reveals what inspires his work, and the art he creates in his spare time.
The comedian shares his tale of sneaking into the movie studio at the age of fifteen.
Stephen Merchant's stand-up show.
For Radio 4's Character Invasion five British actors speak about playing iconic roles.
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch on depicting Alan Turing in The Imitation Game
Salman Rushdie speaks to Front Row about the publication of his memoirs.
Joan Bakewell talks to Kirsty Lang about seeing her affair with Pinter portrayed on stage
The Game of Thrones actor on why she’s drawn to playing formidable female characters.
Nico Muhly discusses his new song cycle Sentences.
Oscar-winning film and stage director Danny Boyle in conversation with Mark Lawson.
James MacMillan pays tribute to Sir Peter Maxwell Davies
Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe discuss their BBC late-night Prom
The comedian defends Kevin Hart, who was removed from hosting the Academy Awards.
Mark Ravenhill on scientist Alan Turing
Salman Rushdie discusses his Booker shortlisted novel Quichotte with Front Row listeners.
Comedian, actor and screenwriter Simon Pegg talks about the virtues of being a nerd. It's an apt topic, given the title of his autobiography: Nerd do Well.
Sir Peter Hall, director of theatre, opera and film, remembered by friends and colleagues.
Mark Lawson meets director Sir Peter Hall, who is about to celebrate his 80th birthday.