Philip Dodd on green politics in the US rust-belt city known as 'the mistake on the lake'.
Discussion and debate on topical cultural issues
Preti Taneja talks to the winner of the 2019 Dylan Thomas Prize, Guy Gunaratne.
The art of Cindy Sherman plus art critic Laura Cumming on the days her mother disappeared.
Philip Dodd in conversation with American author James Ellroy.
Anne McElvoy watches George Clooney in Catch-22 on TV and looks at recycling fashion.
Matthew Sweet discusses James Joyce's groundbreaking novel of 1939.
Johny Pitts and Caryl Phillips discuss the idea of Afropean identity with Matthew Sweet.
Artist, archaeologists, a writer and a historian of the face make the invisible visible.
The cultural contribution of Muslim women, and Rana Mitter talks to artist John Keane.
Matthew Sweet explores what fed into Orwell's future vision and how our own is shaping up.
A panel of researchers share insights into the law and warfare, gender and AI.
A discussion hosted by Matthew Sweet at the Barbican's exhibition AI More Than Human.
Rana Mitter discusses writing on art from da Vinci and Rembrandt to Louise Bourgeois.
Rana Mitter hosts a debate at Hay Festival about the rise of the environmental movement.
Shahidha Bari talks to Professor Bhabha about his influence on postcolonial studies.
Rana Mitter and the six shortlisted historians with an audience at the British Academy.
Authors Nicola Upson and Joanne Ramos, and researchers Gulzaar Barn and Ella Parry-Davies.
Naomi Wolf discusses the criminalisation of love with presenter Matthew Sweet.
The walking and photographs of WG Sebald and an exhibition of money and Jewish history.
An anthropologist, a poet, an archaeologist and an angler reflect on the culture of rivers
Global Dams, ancient Rome and the Tiber: rivers, power and scarcity.
Matthew Sweet talks Spaghetti Westerns with Christopher Frayling + conjuring tricks & bias
Anne McElvoy reads a new biography of Chaucer and talks to novelist Bernardine Evaristo.
Elaine Showalter, Michael Schmidt, Peter Riley and Katie McGettigan with Laurence Scott.
A philosopher of love and a philosopher in love.
Alan Johnson, Pascale Petit, Hisham Matar and Peter Pomerantsev join Eleanor Barraclough.
Jackie Kay and Selina Thompson discuss the influential US writer and civil rights activist