A glimpse into the life of the virtuoso trumpeter taking charge of the Cheltenham Festival
London barrister Amal Alamuddin has become engaged to George Clooney. But who is she?
Amy Schumer and Bill Hader speak to Edith Bowman about their new film, Trainwreck.
Latvian conductor Andris Nelsons, music director of the CBSO, talks to Norman Lebrecht.
Michael Berkeley's guest is composer Anna Meredith.
Soweto Kinch offers a different vision of a city he's loved all his life - Birmingham.
Ken Clarke and Soweto Kinch discuss the relationship between two jazz pioneers.
Kirsty Lang with comic Isy Suttie.
Datshiane Navanayagam talks to Soweto Kinch about his unexpected educational journey.
Isy Suttie chats to Machynlleth Comedy Festival performer Josh Widdicombe.
Isy Suttie takes part in the interactive theatre experience of Hurtling.
Isy Suttie and Arthur Smith are joined by Joe Lycett on stage at the 2014 festival.
Isy Suttie and Arthur Smith are joined by Nish Kumar on stage at the 2014 festival.
Isy Suttie and Arthur Smith present Machynlleth: The Musical.
Isy Suttie chats to Tom Basden at the Machynlleth Comedy Festival.
Director Fede Alvarez talks to Simon & Mark about his remake of Evil Dead.
Simon talks to Gael Garcia Bernal about starring in No.
Phillip Kemp asks if the investigation into MI6 agent Gareth Williams' death was flawed.
US writer Garth Greenwell on his debut novel What Belongs to You
Physicist Helen Czerski talks to Michael Berkeley about her favourite music.
He's famous for carpool karaoke but which music would he choose when behind the wheel?
The US intervenes to help Japan's economy and Louise Woodward returns to England.
The reduction in the severity of the verdict in the Louise Woodward trial by Judge Zobel.
Historian Kate Williams takes Peter Snow's time-travelling car to Queen Victoria's era.
Madeline Miller discusses The Song of Achilles which won the Orange Prize for Fiction 2012
Mike Skinner creator, singer and producer of The Streets talks to Front Row's Mark Lawson about the fifth and final album, life after The Streets… and a film he's writing based in a hospital.
Muse frontman Matt Bellamy on how James Bond and financial crisis shaped their new album.
The Down the Line and Fast Show comics meet in the tag-team talk show.
Michael Berkeley's guest is actor Rory Kinnear.
Ahead of the budget, a profile of Rupert Harrison, the man some call the 'real chancellor'