Alex James visits opera star and ecologist Simon Keenlyside in the Welsh mountains.
With John Wilson. Singer-songwriter Morrissey discusses his new album, Years of Refusal
Donna Strickland, the first woman to win a Physics Nobel Prize in 55 years.
The story of the 1993 Waco siege and the lasting impact on those who survived.
Stephen Sackur profiles Alexander Lebedev, the owner of the London Evening Standard.
Michael Berkeley's guest is former SAS sergeant Andy McNab.
The rise and fall of bad behaviour in tennis and golf, final refuge of sporting chivalry.
Disability campaigner Baroness Jane Campbell revisits her childhood home in Surrey.
Tom Service talks to director Baz Luhrmann and composer Craig Armstrong.
Ben Elton reveals the personal story behind his new book Two Brothers.
Michael Berkeley's guest is writer Ben Okri.
Bob Mortimer talks to his comedy double act partner Vic Reeves.
Charles Kennedy's unusual visit to an operating theatre - during the operation.
Michael Berkeley's guest is astronaut Chris Hadfield.
Watch jazz singer Cleveland Watkiss perform a song from the Jazz Opera 'Shadowball'.
Cult leaders David Koresh and Reverend Jim Jones are compared.
In November 1982, the boxer Deuk-Koo Kim died of brain damage after a world-title fight.
John Tusa talks to director Deborah Warner about her work.
Charles Hazlewood studies Jonathan Dove's Figures in the Garden.
Emma Thompson interviewed by Mark kermode.
Sir Antonio Pappano prepares for the Royal Opera's new production of Puccini's La Bohème.
What happened in the hotel suite? The continuing story of sex, death and Chinese politics.
Claire Bolderson profiles Frances O'Grady, soon to the the first woman to lead the TUC.
Matthew Parris invites Gary Kemp of Spandau Ballet to choose his great life.
Welsh poet Gwyneth Lewis introduces her personal musical choices.
How did Simon Cowell get his X factor?