Teju Cole, Zadie Smith, Umberto Eco, Peter Singer, David Grossman, Edna O'Brien
The screenwriter and novelist talks to Matthew Sweet about depicting Britain in his work.
The reggae poet and recording artist talks politics, religion and writing with Philip Dodd
The actor talks to Matthew Sweet about a childhood affected by polio and his career.
In a conversation with Mathew Sweet, the gothic author explores writing past and present.
Shahidha Bari talks to Professor Bhabha about his influence on postcolonial studies.
Philip Dodd is in extended conversation about culture and race with Professor Paul Gilroy.
Anne McElvoy talks to Mark Haddon about his career and latest novel The Porpoise.
Camille Paglia in conversation with Philip Dodd about free speech and feminism.
Meera Syal and Tanika Gupta talk to Rana Mitter about turning Anita and Me into a play.
Matthew Sweet talks to two campaigning women: a writer from Turkey and an animal expert.
Claudia Rankine gives a lecture exploring language and racism past and present.
The film-maker talks black power, blackface and Academy Awards with Matthew Sweet.
Matthew Sweet meets the TV writers of The Likely Lads, Porridge and Auf Wiedersehen, Pet.
Philip Dodd goes to David Bailey's studio and talks to Don McCullin about his Tate show.
The musicals star on politics, performing, #Me Too and her Italian American roots.
Philip Dodd is in conversation with American author James Ellroy.
Ceramicist Edmund de Waal and author Orhan Pamuk are in conversation with Philip Dodd.
Mike Leigh talks to Matthew Sweet as his historical epic Peterloo opens in cinemas.
Matthew Sweet meets the trio behind the '70s and early '80s TV comedy show.
The author of Birdsong in conversation with Anne McElvoy about his new novel, Paris Echo.
Writer Howard Jacobson delivers a keynote lecture on why we need the novel.
The Italian architect talks to Philip Dodd about his career from the Pompidou to the Shard
Matthew Sweet talks to Jimmy Carter's former 'drug czar', Peter Bourne.
Landscape in poetry discussed by Rowan Williams and Simon Armitage at Hay.