Author Colin Dexter nominates scholar and poet AE Housman. With Robert Douglas-Fairhurst.
Alistair Cooke reflects on why Americans seem to trust Tony Blair.
Peter White meets US lieutenant governor Cyrus Habib, who lost his eyesight at eight.
In defence of Kingsley Amis, whose new novel has caused a storm among feminists.
Larkin arrives in Belfast to take up his new job as librarian at the University.
Comedian and satirist Ian Hislop talks to writer and presenter Victoria Coren-Mitchell.
Andrew McGibbon talks to Edwin Dawes, biochemist and beloved magician to Philip Larkin.
Sir Kingsley Amis talks to Nigel Forde about his 40 years as a writer.
from Front Row 14/06/2010
From The Faces of Maugham 25 Jan 1974
One of the great English poets, famous for his day job as librarian at Hull University.
first broadcast in 1960
Mark Coles profile the new shadow cabinet's twin sisters, Maria and Angela Eagle.
Alistair Cooke reflects on Sir Alexander Cadogan, Philip Larkin and Mister Rogers.
James Naughtie profiles Tony Blair, the Labour Prime Minister who swept to power in 1997.
Peter Hennessy asks former prime minister Tony Blair to reflect on his life and times.
As Tony Blair prepares to quit his diplomatic role in the Middle East, Simon Cox asks why.
The last episode's interviewee Victoria Coren-Mitchell puts the questions to Sandi Toksvig