A collection of programmes celebrating the writer and broadcaster Clive James
Andrew Marr talks to writer and former television presenter Clive James.
Author and television personality Clive James reads his poem Sentenced to Life.
James Naughtie speaks to poet and television personality Clive James
Sue Lawley's castaway is writer and critic Clive James
Critic, poet and TV personality Clive James meets his younger self in the sound archives.
Clive James wonders what the Poet Laureateship says about the British attitude to poetry.
With Mark Lawson, including an interview with Clive James about his new poetry collection.
Clive James reflects on democracy, MPs' expenses and the Oxford Poetry Professorship.
Clive James reflects on the global responsibility of feminists in the west.
Clive James reflects on the seductive allure of illegal narcotics.
Roger McGough on the National Poetry Competition, plus a review of Code of a Killer.
Clive James celebrates the honouring of Sir Keith Park with a statue in Trafalgar Square.
Clive James reflects on the revelation of the identity of Belle de Jour.
Clive James warns of the dangers of a new plan for calculating funding for universities.
Clive James reflects on the spirit in which sport is played.
Clive James reflects on the media coverage of man-made global warming.
Clive James vents his frustration at automated customer systems.
James Naughtie and readers talk to Clive James about the first volume of his autobiography