Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in all BBC programmes
Critic Charlotte Mullins reviews.
Talking to Mark Lawson on Front Row on 19 February 2007
As part of U2's new album 'Innocence & Experience', Bono wrote 'Iris' about his mother.
Mark Lawson talks to Chinua Achebe for Radio 4’s Front Row. First broadcast in June 2007.
David Hockney discusses Painting & Photography as a new exhibition of his work opens.
The Canadian singer on the art of songwriting and becoming a Buddhist monk in the 1990s.
Leonard Cohen Front Row Special
Margaret Atwood discusses Booker prize-winner The Testaments with Front Row listeners.
Meryl Streep on playing Margaret Thatcher.
Norman Mailer speaking in the last major broadcast interview of his life.
Víkingur Ólafsson, Front Row's Lockdown Artist in Residence, live from Iceland on 1 May
Reflects on his career as he publishes his new memoir The Blue Touch Paper.
The broadcaster on what makes a good voice-over, why he'd talk to Trump, and being lucky.
Stephen Sondheim in conversation with Mark Lawson, recorded at the Cheltenham Festival.
Mark Lawson discusses the songs and shows of Stephen Sondheim, who is 80 this year.
Author VS Naipaul looks back on his career. He talks about how he first started writing.
Mary Beard meets the acclaimed Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood for Front Row Late
Woody Allen tells Mark Lawson why he has 'never gone to see' his own movies.