Front Row’s 2009 interview with David Storey
Michael Berkeley talks to entrepreneur David Tang about his musical passions.
A poetic meditation on physicist Ronald Drever and the search for Gravitational Waves.
City boss Helena Morrissey champions the life of Rachael Heyhoe Flint as her great life.
John Tusa, talks to the painter Howard Hodgkin about his work.
Ahmed Kathrada was jailed in South Africa alongside Nelson Mandela.
Helena Kennedy talks to Jeremy Hutchinson, defence lawyer in the Lady Chatterley trial.
Colm Toibin presents an intimate portrait of American poet John Ashbery, who died in 2017.
Sukhdev Sandhu introduces a radio-minded feature by critic and novelist John Berger.
John Hurt interviewed by James King.
Nic Caistor looks at the life of former Panamanian leader Manuel Noriega.
James Naughtie considers the colossus of 20th century English theatre.
John Tusa talks to director Peter Hall about his work.
Mark Lawson talks to Roger Moore about working with Tony Curtis in The Persuaders.
Michael Berkeley's guest is actor Roger Moore.
Actor Roger Moore on one of his 'bedtime tunes' - a Mozart piano concerto
Dominic Lawson asks Sean O'Callaghan about why he became an informer within the IRA.
Sir Bruce Forsyth
The acclaimed theatre director tells Dr Anthony Clare of the impact of shyness on his life
Sir Peter Hall, director of theatre, opera and film, remembered by friends and colleagues.
Mark Lawson meets director Sir Peter Hall, who is about to celebrate his 80th birthday.
Bruce Forsyth talks revealingly to Paul Morley about his life and career in showbusiness.
General Manuel Noriega's capture by American military forces in Panama.
The dissident poet spent four years in Soviet prisons and labour camps.
A dramatic eyewitness account of the events in Hiroshima on 6 August 1945.