Audience participation will shape the new musical Manhattan Parisienne - how?
"Harry Nilsson was one of the very few pop musicians of the 60s and 70s with no biography"
How has Val Wilmer become a world figure in the documentation of Black music and culture?
Talking to Mark Lawson on Front Row on 19 February 2007
John Tusa talks to director Bernardo Bertolucci about his work.
Chris Bowlby profiles self-styled socialist US presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.
Bill Tarmey discusses over 30 years in Coronation Street with Mark Lawson in October 2010.
An exploration of the spiritual side of the music of Bob Dylan as the singer turns 70.
An exploration of the spiritual side of the music of Bob Dylan.
A cast of musicians, writers and poets reflect as Bob Dylan turns 70.
Memories of the night when Bob Dylan dropped into a pub in London to sing his songs.
Carolyn Quinn speaks to Stephanie Slater, who survived a violent kidnapping in 1992.
American discoveries about cholesterol could lead to new drug treatments.
David Puttnam, the former film producer, meets his younger self in the BBC sound archive.
How a whites-only lunch counter was challenged in North Carolina, USA, in 1960.
1972 saw a remarkable series of performances by Neil Diamond in Los Angeles.
Andrew McGibbon talks to Daniel Catfish Russ, who went two boxing rounds with Bob Dylan.
The US intervenes to help Japan's economy and Louise Woodward returns to England.
A local celebrity has gone missing. His niece wants to find him. What will it do to her?
Jim Moir, aka Vic Reeves, chooses the life of Don van Vliet - Captain Beefheart.
Michael Berkeley's guest is theatre critic John Lahr.
A parrot, a Dr Who, a detectorist, and a national treasure help a seeker resurrect Ken.
Martin Wainwright talks to Lindis Percy, a persistent peace campaigner for over 40 years.
Artist Michael Craig-Martin tells Michael Berkeley about his musical passions.
John Tusa talks to artist Michael Craig-Martin.
Michael Howard and Jeremy Paxman meet again as Lord Howard reflects on 50 years of archive
Peter Hennessy asks Michael Howard to reflect on his life and times.
Norman Lebrecht talks to director of the Royal Ballet Monica Mason.
Journalist Eve Pollard explores Hollywood screenwriter Nora Ephron with Matthew Parris.
Peter Hennessy is joined by the philosopher Onora O'Neill.