With John Wilson. Singer-songwriter Morrissey discusses his new album, Years of Refusal
Travel writer Redmond O'Hanlon proposes the pioneering naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace.
Travel writer Redmond O'Hanlon champions the life of naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace.
George Beccaloni chooses naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace as his Natural History Hero.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince mark the 100th anniversary of the death of Alfred Russel Wallace.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the work of the biologist Alfred Russel Wallace.
Author Iris Murdoch has a complex reputation thanks to her husband's memoirs.
4 Extra Debut. Wynford Vaughan-Thomas's journey to Berlin aboard an RAF Lancaster Bomber.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss influential British philosopher Bertrand Russell.
Robin Ince listens back to some of the BBC archive of philosopher Bertrand Russell.
Bill Bailey and his love for Victorian naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace
Stephen Evans on Wynford Vaughan-Thomas's 1943 dispatch during a bombing raid on Berlin.
Acclaimed critic Sir Christopher Ricks discusses his passion for T. S. Eliot.
Literary critic Christopher Ricks on the annotated poems of T. S. Eliot.
Bertrand Russell considers the roles of state control in a progressive society.
Lenny Henry stars in a musical fantasy about TS Eliot's 1964 dinner with Groucho Marx.
Emma gives a live performance of a poem by the former Scottish Makar, Liz Lochhead
Emma Thompson interviewed by Mark kermode.
Campaigner and author Erin Pizzey explores her troubled childhood in post-war Dorset.
Theologian Giles Fraser on Wittgenstein and Blade Runner
Bertrand Russell argues for personal morality over tribal customs to guide conduct.
Actor and comedian Jack Whitehall in conversation with his heroes – brought back to life.
The acclaimed playwright tells Matthew Parris why he's inspired by Keynes' life and work.
Can John Maynard Keynes' economic strategy help Congress divide their 1992 budget?
Michael Berkeley's guest is bestselling children's author Judith Kerr.
Anne McElvoy explores rival liberal solutions to the 1930s Depression.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Lawrence of Arabia for this year's Listener Week
Allan Little considers the legacy of Lawrence of Arabia.
Ludwig Wittgenstein, fascinating and misunderstood thinker, is chosen by Raymond Tallis.