A look back at radio comedy in the early 1980s, with Angus Deayton and Michael Knowles.
James Naughtie talks to the Indian writer Amitav Ghosh.
As part of the BBC's India season, Michael Berkeley's guest is writer Amitav Ghosh.
Novelist Andrea Levy goes back to her adult education writing class with John Wilson.
Becky Milligan profiles the man at the centre of the so-called 'Plebgate' scandal.
Programme following portrait artist Fiona Graham-Mackay as she paints poet Andrew Motion.
The conclusion of the Anita Hill vs Judge Clarence Thomas sexual harassment case.
Andrea Levy on her new book The Long Song.
James Silver profiles Baroness Catherine Ashton.
Joseph Harker asks why Britain's classical music scene remains so resolutely white.
Carlo Rovelli describes how he abandoned the concept of time.
The acclaimed chef and writer talks to John Wilson in August 2000
Cyrus Todiwala gets to work with spices, herbs and his very own Indian meat pickle.
Adrian Goldberg profiles Christine Lagarde, newly elected head of the IMF.
Christoph Waltz talks to Simon Mayo about his new film, The Legend Of Tarzan.
Mark Coles profiles artist Cornelia Parker, 2017's official election artist.
Chris Bowlby profiles Dame Helen Ghosh, who is to take over as head of the National Trust.
A profile of the former chair of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority.
Simon and Mark speak to director Danny Boyle about his latest film Trance.
Composer Debbie Wiseman meets film director Peter Kosminsky.
Labelled 'the rebel who forgot to rebel', who is Dominic Grieve? Mark Coles finds out.
Playwright John Godber takes a drive around Hull to explore the city's existing culture.
Steve Richards looks back on Theresa May's Brexit journey through interviews with insiders
John Godber meets the people who will keep Hull's cultural heart beating into the future.
Peter White meets stand-up comedienne Geri Jewell, who was born with cerebral palsy.
Mark Coles profiles Gina Haspel, Donald Trump's controversial choice for CIA director.
Michael Berkeley's guest is National Trust director-general Helen Ghosh.
National Trust Director General, Helen Ghosh, on her father’s favourite music.
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