English male television actors in all BBC programmes
Mark Lawson talks to Dominic West.
The comedian on how his Pub Landlord character began and how pubs have changed.
Ben Elton reveals the personal story behind his new book Two Brothers.
The comedian creates a jingle especially for Front Row
Bill Nighy tells Mark Lawson about his aversion to watching his work
Bill Tarmey discusses over 30 years in Coronation Street with Mark Lawson in October 2010.
Early in his career, he saw himself playing brutal roles in films like Scum.
John Wilson talks to Mark Billingham.
Spectre is in cinemas from Monday 26 October, certificate 12A.
Mark Lawson interviews Daniel Radcliffe, who now stars in the film The Woman in Black.
Danny DeVito reveals what partner in crime Richard
Griffiths does when the curtain falls.
For Radio 4's Character Invasion five British actors speak about playing iconic roles.
Kirsty Lang talks to Dominic West and Clarke Peters about performing Othello in Sheffield.
Stephen Merchant's stand-up show.
Gary Oldman on his career and award winning performance as Churchill
Russell Brand talks about the ideology behind his new tour, The Messiah Complex.
He's famous for carpool karaoke but which music would he choose when behind the wheel?
Jim Dale discusses his new one man show, Just Jim Dale, and looks back on his career.
The Last Jedi actor discusses going from Star Wars to Shakespeare
Michael Pennington talks about how his alter ego launched 'an aggressive takeover bid'.
Juliet remembers her friend and colleague.
Henry on appearing in The Syndicate, Educating Rita and a drama on his teenage years.
The legendary actor admits he believed he would be killed fighting in the Korean War.
Kirsty Lang meets Tom Hiddleston
The actor on the physical risk of being waterboarded during filming.
The comedian defends Kevin Hart, who was removed from hosting the Academy Awards.
Mark Lawson talks to Roger Moore about working with Tony Curtis in The Persuaders.
Actor Rupert Everett on the intimate disclosures in his new memoir ‘Vanished Years’.
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.