Architects Richard Rogers and Norman Foster discuss their 50-year friendship
Stephen Johnson investigates Part's approach to writing sacred choral music.
John Motson nominates former Nottingham Forest manager Brian Clough.
The work of Jack Kemp, the Secretary of Housing and Development.
Clarke Peters on an anthropological study written in 1976 by Dr Ivan van Sertima
On music hall, Dennis Potter, and playing a Panto Dame for the first time.
Dalai Lama makes low-key visit to US.
Death of Elvis. Carter's move away from liberal promises.
Felicity Evans visits the Forest of Dean, the landscape that author Dennis Potter loved.
Dennis Potter's discusses his early ambitions and how he came to write for television.
Matthew Sweet reassseses the life, work and legacy of playwright Dennis Potter.
David Sneath reports on the institution of His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet.
John Tusa interviews war photographer Don McCullin.
Alexei Sayle nominates Edward Said, author of Orientalism.
Alexei Sayle explains why scholar and literary critic Edward Said inspired him.
We join choreographer Claire Cunningham as she creates a new work for disabled dancers.
An electrifying performance on NBC TV in December 1968 restored Elvis's reputation.
Former Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble explains his devotion to Elvis Presley.
Paul Morley tells a parallel story of Elvis and America
Series in which public figures choose others to interview. Jo Brand talks to Barry Cryer.
Barry Cryer talks to Mark Thomas.
Geraldine Ferraro is Democrats' choice for vice-president nomination.
How Field Marshal Mohamed Tantawi rose to become the key figure in the Egyptian crisis.
Critic and broadcaster Gillian Reynolds celebrates 50 years' professional radio listening.
The story of the first lady of bass, who worked with Phil Spector and the Beach Boys.
Jim Dale discusses his new one man show, Just Jim Dale, and looks back on his career.
The feisty comedienne and veteran comic in the tag talk show.
Jackie Stewart discusses his good friend King Hussein of Jordan with writer Patrick Seale.
Luciano Pavarotti is nominated by the music promoter Harvey Goldsmith.
Methodist, dairy farmer - oh, and he runs a festival. Mark Coles profiles Michael Eavis.