2/5 Christopher Ricks on two poems: Blake's Hail Matrimony and Swinburne's A Leave-Taking. (R)
BBC Radio 3
1/5 Christoper Ricks discusses Shakespeare's Sonnet 73 and Frances Cornford's poem Childhood. (R)
5/5 Clemency Burton-Hill asks what it means to be an actor, especially when unemployed. (R)
4/5 Actor Mat Fraser gives a view inside his 'job-getting toolbox'. (R)
3/5 Actress Olivia Williams reflects on the actor-director relationship. (R)
2/5 Actor Simon McBurney explores how performing in the same play is a process of refinement. (R)
1/5 Diana Quick reflects on the role of actors as storytellers. (R)
5/5 Dr Jane Shaw explores art's relationship with spirituality in the early 20th century.
4/5 Dr Jane Shaw explores the life and writings of little-known mystic Adela Curtis.
3/5 Dr Jane Shaw explores the appeal of Evelyn Underhill's bestselling book, Mysticism.
2/5 Jane Shaw on the enduring influence of Wiliam James's book on personal spirituality.
1/5 Dr Jane Shaw explores the revival of interest in mysticism at the end of the 19th century.
5/5 Michigan-based undertaker and poet Thomas Lynch celebrates William Carlos Williams.
4/5 Michigan-based undertaker and poet Thomas Lynch celebrates the work of Michael Donaghy.
3/5 Michigan-based undertaker and poet Thomas Lynch explores the work of Carol Ann Duffy.
2/5 Michigan-based undertaker and poet Thomas Lynch celebrates his mentor, Michael Heffernan.
1/5 Poet Thomas Lynch explains why he relishes the work of Seamus Heaney.
4/4 Sunil Khilnani concludes his exploration of Gandhi's early ideas and political life.
3/4 Sunil Khilnani explores the ideas of freedom in Gandhi's first major work, Hind Swaraj. (R)
2/4 Sunil Khilnani explores the ideas of freedom in Gandhi's first major work, Hind Swaraj. (R)
1/4 Sunil Khilnani reveals the driving force behind Gandhi's first major work, Hind Swaraj. (R)