Mark Lawson talks to poet Les Murray.
From Desert Island Discs 06/12/92
David Bailey and Damien Hirst talk about their collaboration.
Peter Hennessy invites David Owen to reflect on his life and times.
David Steel reflects on his role in shifting Britain away from two-party politics.
Lyse Doucet meets Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first elected female head of state.
Radio 4 explores the story of Nigerian musican and political revolutionary, Fela Kuti.
The story of the Nigerian musician and political revolutionary.
Gabriel Gbadamosi chooses the political maverick and Afrobeat inventor Fela Kuti.
What went on behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War?
David Bailey tells the stories behind his photographs that have defined the last 60 years.
Does modern innovation demand new approaches to product development?
Isy Suttie chooses Yorkshire-born singer songwriter Jake Thackray.
How actress Jean Seberg (1938-79) was tormented by the FBI.
Naomi Beckwith meets the overlooked Chicago imagist painter Jim Nutt.
Michael Berkeley's guest is crime novelist, poet and jazz enthusiast John Harvey.
Michael Berkeley's guest is scholar and critic John Sutherland.
Novelist Joyce Carol Oates on dealing with her first few months as a widow.
Ken Clarke and Ian Smith examine the life and music of hard-bop trumpeter Lee Morgan.
Andrew McGibbon talks to Naomi Sorkin, who was Lindsay Kemp's ballerina.
Hunter Davies reflects on his life with Margaret Forster, a year after her death.
Martin Bell explores the psychological aspects of his career as a TV war correspondent.
Allegations that former top Reagan aide Michael Deaver used 'insider' lobbying.
Historian and journalist Michael Sturmer on the shifting perceptions of his country.
Lord Broers explores the origins and impact of nanotechnology.
Former British secret agent Oleg Gordievsky talks to Professor Anthony Clare.
Is a vote for Pat Buchanan in the New Hampshire primary a vote against George Bush?
Five tips to remember from master photographer Joel Meyerowitz
Tom Mangold profiles Porter Goss, the head of the CIA.
John Tusa meets New York-based sculptor in steel Richard Serra.