Tim Marlow and panellists talk about the Pet Shop Boys' new dance extravaganza.
Kirsty Wark and panellists talk about the new film The Company Men, starring Ben Affleck.
Martha Kearney and guest panellists ask whether the Oscars got it right.
Guests discuss Danny Boyle's Frankenstein and James Franco in Howl.
Featuring the controversial play Clybourne Park and Watercolour at Tate Britain.
Martha Kearney is joined by guests including Johann Hari and Mark Ravenhill.
Martha Kearney is joined by guests including former Culture Secretary James Purnell.
Tim Marlow and his studio guests discuss two very different approaches to the news.
Martha Kearney and guests discuss British sculpture, Tiger Country and The King's speech.
Martha Kearney and guests discuss Russia-based releases including new novel Snowdrops.
Kirsty Wark leads a discussion of the year's cultural highlights.
Round table arts and culture discussion programme.
Kirsty Wark is joined by Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens to discuss the new movie Monsters.
Kirsty Wark and guests review a brand new commission at the English National Opera.
Including a look at Harry Potter and Channel 4's new adaptation of Any Human Heart.
The panel includes Andrea Calderwood, Paul Higgins, Gillian Slovo and Paul Morley.
Guests include novelist Alex Preston, writer Geoff Dyer and monologist Mike Daisey.
Martha Kearney and a panel discuss the week's cultural highlights.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss the highlights of the London Film Festival.
Germaine Greer, Rosie Boycott, China Mieville and John Mullan discuss the Booker Prize.
Kirsty Wark speaks to novelist Jonathan Franzen, and her guests discuss Wall Street II.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss the new film Eat, Pray Love starring Julia Roberts.
Martha Kearney and guests discuss the cultural impact of the pope's visit.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss the future of the music industry.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss the films Jonah Hex and Tamara Drewe.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss the highlights of the festival.
Kirsty Wark, Ian Rankin and guests debate the state of fiction and publishing.
Kirsty Wark and guests discuss the highlights of the International and Fringe festivals.
Kirsty Wark and guests talk about the cultural landscape of Britain after the election.