Adam Henson sees how England rugby veteran Julian White tackles life on his farm.
Evan Davis and guests take the temperature of the Green movement.
Singer Alfie Boe is brutally honest about his dislike of the most esteemed opera houses.
Andrew Bird offers a personal view on Chicago, the city where he grew up.
Andrew Haigh talks to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode about his new film, Lean On Pete.
Indian director Ashvin Kumar on casting his new film about the conflict in Kashmir
Ballet star, Carlos Acosta, talks to John before his farewell tour.
Comedy performer Andi Osho.
Michael Berkeley’s guest is actor and director Daniel Evans.
Mary Ann Seighart profiles Elizabeth Llewellyn, the late-blossoming opera star.
Opera singer Elizabeth Llewellyn meets film director and screenwriter Amma Asante.
Emma Freud talks to New York Times journalist Rukmini Callimachi about her reports on IS.
Mark Coles profiles Theresa May's influential chiefs of staff.
JC Chandor on his film Margin Call; Freddie Flintoff's documentary about depression.
Juliette Lewis interviewed by Simon Mayo.
Kamila Shamsie talks about her novel Burnt Shadows with James Naughtie.
Kamila Shamsie champions the life of the human rights lawyer Asma Jahangir.
The writer Kamila Shamsie meets the choreographer Akram Khan.
The novelist Kamila Shamsie on exploring Asian issues in her work.
Kate Silverton explores how our fear of failure can limit your life choices.
The comedian and the presenter get chatting in the tag-team talk show.
Dominic Lawson asks the environmentalist Mark Lynas why he now supports GM crops.
For International Women's Day, Michael Berkeley's guest is entrepreneur Martha Lane Fox.
Helen Grady profiles the Italian interior minister, Matteo Salvini.
Nina Myskow talks to Rufus and Martha Wainwright about their confessional songs.
Michael Berkeley talks to wildlife presenter and musician Miranda Krestovnikoff.
Programme following a year in the life of Rory Stewart - an MP with an unusual profile.
Peter Strickland reimagines how broadcast space might be used for the Open arts initiative
Michael Berkeley's guest is Canadian-American singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright.
Rufus talks about his life-changing album Want One, plays piano and sings a cappella.