Sir Terry Pratchett on his 50th book.
How one picture changed the nature of the debate about migrants in Europe.
Brian Sewell reflects on his achievements
Charles Kennedy's unusual visit to an operating theatre - during the operation.
Peter White interviews the former chief inspector of schools, Chris Woodhead.
Swedish novelist Henning Mankell reflects from his home in France on the state of Europe.
The creator the Kurt Wallander series discusses his latest novel The Shadow Girls.
Swedish author Henning Mankell on the unhealthy obsession with Scandinavian crime fiction.
Tom Service is joined by ten-time Academy Award-nominated composer James Horner.
The acclaimed American author recalls his time as a US fighter pilot during the Korean War
Actor Jane Horrocks in conversation with her heroes, brought back to life.
A local celebrity has gone missing. His niece wants to find him. What will it do to her?
John McCabe introduces Great Lord of Lords (read by Ian Skelly)
In conversation with Kurt Masur, currently conductor of the French National Orchestra.
Marc Riley raids the BBC archive and finds interviews with Lemmy and Joe Strummer.
Rory Bremner celebrates the life of cricketer and commentator Richie Benaud.
Author and neurologist Oliver Sacks talks to Joan Bakewell about his beliefs.
Neurologist and author Oliver Sacks is Suzanne O'Sullivan's hero, she tells Matthew Parris
Laurence Scott pays tribute to radio producer and esteemed film critic Philip French.
Laurence Scott on radio producer and esteemed film critic Philip French.
On why the photograher was right to take the picture of Aylan Kurdi.
The queen of crime reveals why she is jaundiced about the idea of the 'happy family'.
Ruth Rendell talks to Mark Lawson about Handel's oratorio, Solomon.
Ruth Rendell talks about the psychology of the disturbed characters in her crime fiction
Film critic Philip French discusses the powerful relationship between cinema and music.
John Humphrys talks to Terry Pratchett about being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
The mystery of illegal donations to President Clinton's re-election campaign.
Tony Hawks champions Marshall Rosenberg, creator of nonviolent communication.