Impressionist Alistair McGowan interviews actor Simon Callow in the tag-team talk show.
Mark Coles looks at the life and career of Antonio Guterres, UN secretary general.
For Christmas Day, Michael Berkeley's guest is Archbishop John Sentamu.
Arsenal's once 'invincible' manager Arsene Wenger now facing growing criticism.
Ashraf Ghani, president of Afghanistan, the anthropologist with the explosive temper.
Mary Ann Sieghart profiles Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister.
Bill Nighy talks to Simon about his role in new film Pride.
Bill Nighy tells Mark Lawson about his aversion to watching his work
Fergal Keane considers the career of Carlos the Jackal.
Raymond Blanc explains how travel in Asia led to a culinary love affair with lemongrass.
Chris Bowlby profiles Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Director of the International Monetary Fund.
Could Elizabeth Warren be the next president of the United States of America?
Steve Richards explains Jeremy Corbyn's dramatic rise from obscurity to Labour leader.
Paul Gambaccini celebrates a long career with guests including Elton John and Bob Harris
Steve Richards examines the events of Jeremy Corbyn's year as Labour leader.
Paul Gambaccini and guests reflect on his forty years in British broadcasting.
Meet the mayor, in the continuing true story of sex, death and Chinese politics.
Paul Gambaccini looks back at 40 years as a broadcaster in Britain, with special guests.
Paul Gambaccini celebrates a long career with guests including Jude Kelly and Tim Marlow.
Writer Le Ly Hayslip tells how she survived the Vietnam war and its aftermath.
Vicki Butler-Henderson recalls James Hunt's epic on-track battle with Niki Lauda in 1976.
Cult legend Andy Kaufman chosen by Iain Lee as his great life.
What sort of Labour leader would Jeremy Corbyn be?
Gavin Esler and a panel of experts debate the foreign policies of the new Labour leader.
Michael Berkeley’s guest is Lord Stirrup, former chief of the defence staff.
The punk poet laureate meets the comedian in the tag-team talk show.
John Cooper Clarke recites punk poetry whilst posing for cartoonist Martin Rowson.
John Cooper Clarke reads his poem Pity the Plight of Young Fellows for Front Row
Joan Bakewell is joined by writer, actor and director Julian Fellowes.