James Landale examines why Margaret Thatcher was ousted from power 25 years ago.
Anthony Howard looks at the relationship between the Queen and Margaret Thatcher.
Mark Lawson talks to Anthony Caro about his work Flats and the art of outdoor sculpture
John Tusa talks to sculptor Sir Anthony Caro about his work.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Hepworth Wakefield, Henry Moore Institute & Leeds Art Gallery
Bertram Lance appointed Director of the Office of Management and Budget.
Rory Bremner in conversation with his friend and collaborator the late John Fortune.
Mark Lawson talks to Chinua Achebe for Radio 4’s Front Row. First broadcast in June 2007.
Danny DeVito reveals what partner in crime Richard
Griffiths does when the curtain falls.
Doris Lessing. Spirited, straight-talking Nobel Laureate.
Biographer Patrick French has an imagined conversation with the late writer Doris Lessing.
A look at the daily tasks and problems faced by New York's mayor Ed Koch.
Marc Riley delves into the BBC archive to unearth interviews with Frank Zappa and Lou Reed
Reflections on the modern pioneers of the environmental movement.
A tribute to the broadcaster David Frost, who died in August 2013.
Hilary Mantel talking to John Wilson
Nobel economist James McGill Buchanan and his self-interest theory.
Reflections on the modern pioneers of the environmental movement. Today - Joe Farman.
Sir Nicholas Kenyon reflects on the life of composer Sir John Tavener.
Mike Wooldridge presents some personal memories of Nelson Mandela.
Charles Moore reflects on the process of writing Lady Thatcher's authorised biography.
Mark Coles interviews the legendary Lou Reed.
Lou Reed talked to John Wilson in 2000 about songwriting.
Fergal Keane takes a journey through the private notebooks and letters of Nelson Mandela.
Reflections on modern pioneers of the environmental movement. Today - Margaret Thatcher.
James Naughtie considers the longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century.
Unique access results in a special photo of Margaret Thatcher on election night in 1983.
Peter Riddell explores the background to the many extraordinary moments of her premiership
Sue Lawley recalls Margaret Thatcher being asked why she gave orders to sink the Belgrano.