Alan Ayckbourn reflects on a career in which he has written 72 full length plays.
Sue MacGregor reunites five women who ruled the world of pop in the 1960s.
Lucy Duran and Andy Kershaw present a special tribute to their friend, Ali Farka Toure.
Michael Berkeley's guest is painter Anthony Green.
James Reynolds profiles Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of Iran.
An exploration of playwright Alan Ayckbourn's directing career.
Rory Bremner in conversation with his friend and collaborator the late John Fortune.
The award-winning author of Killing for Company talks about his notions of good and evil.
Critic, poet and TV personality Clive James meets his younger self in the sound archives.
Richard Hollingham profiles David King, the Government's Chief Scientific Adviser.
Campaigner and author Erin Pizzey explores her troubled childhood in post-war Dorset.
A tribute to the broadcaster David Frost, who died in August 2013.
James considers the provocative feminist and academic.
Germaine Greer makes the case for sculptor Dame Elizabeth Frink.
From Front Row
Journalist Misha Glenny remembers the life of anti-Mafia campaigner Giovanni Falcone.
Jonathan Harvey and Stephen Johnson look at two of Harvey's compositions.
City boss Helena Morrissey champions the life of Rachael Heyhoe Flint as her great life.
Michael Berkeley's guest is cricket commentator Henry Blofeld.
Michael Berkeley's guest is South African trumpeter, composer and singer Hugh Masekela.
For Radio 4's Character Invasion five British actors speak about playing iconic roles.
Actor and impressionist Jan Ravens talks to Germaine Greer, about her public image.
Actor, comedian, writer John Cleese in conversation with his heroes, brought back to life.
Michael Dodd looks at the life and career of Australia's Prime Minister, John Howard.
John McCabe introduces Great Lord of Lords (read by Ian Skelly)
Michael Berkeley revisits John Peel's 1996 appearance on Private Passions.
Justice Michael Kirby, the first Australian High Court judge to come out as gay.
Michael Berkeley's guest is actress Kika Markham.
John Tusa talks to leading Dutch composer Louis Andriessen about his life and work.
Margaret Atwood discusses Booker prize-winner The Testaments with Front Row listeners.