Adrian Chiles talks to Kerstin Rodgers, aka Ms Marmite Lover, food writer and cook.
A profile of the BBC journalist Alan Johnston, who has been missing for 26 days.
Alan Dein celebrates the centenary of George Ewart Evans and his tales of Suffolk.
John Major's comments on the Bank of Credit and Commerce International scandal.
Elis James shares his audio diary of his week preparing for the Machynlleth Comedy Fest
An insight into Craig Oliver, newly appointed Government Director of Communications.
Poets Carol Ann Duffy, Liz Lochhead, Gillian Clarke and Eavan Boland update a 1992 debate.
Poet Gillian Clarke creates and curates the festival of her dreams.
Michael Rosen talks to comedian Elis James about how to make language funny.
Peter Hennessy's guest is Lord Kinnock (Neil Kinnock), former Labour Party Leader.
James Naughtie profiles the politician who left the Labour Party to set up the SDP.
Journalist Polly Toynbee chooses one of the most noted of post-war politicians Roy Jenkins
Anne McElvoy explores the rise and fall of the 1960s liberals, like Roy Jenkins.
Richard Weight explores the key role of Roy Jenkins in the liberal reforms of the 1960s.
James Silver looks into the theories surrounding the release of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi.
Wild swimming enthusiast Alice Roberts examines the legacy of Waterlog by Roger Deakin.