Aminatta Forna and readers discuss her novel The Memory of Love with James Naughtie
Professor Andy Fabian on supermassive black holes and their dramatic hold over galaxies.
Matthew Sweet meets film production designer Ken Adam, famous for Bond and Dr Strangelove.
The Turner Prize-winning artist Rachel Whiteread talks to Front Row’s Mark Lawson.
Michael Berkeley's guest is writer and advice columnist Bel Mooney.
Michael Berkeley talks to the popular historical fiction writer Bernard Cornwell.
Professor Richard Dawkins discusses the evolutionary theorist Bill Hamilton.
Blake Morrison reading The Ballad of Shingle Street
Novelist and publisher Tariq Goddard meets singer and songwriter Brett Anderson of Suede.
Amit Chaudhuri offers a different vision of Calcutta, a city he's loved all his life.
Michael Berkeley’s guest is author Chibundu Onuzo.
The Hollywood film director Christopher Nolan is profiled by Mark Coles.
Christopher Nolan interviewed by Simon Mayo.
Matthew Parris profiles the inventor of the car that changed the face of Formula One
David Attenborough recalls moments of personal happiness.
James Naughtie considers the celebrated broadcaster and naturalist.
An exclusive Radio 4 interview with David Attenborough about his life in wildlife sound.
David Attenborough recalls collecting music from around the world, and listens once again.
Kamal Ahmed and Rohan Silva lift the lid on the realities of starting your own business.
Dominic Lawson takes on a child chess prodigy who just sold his company for £400 million.
Demis Hassabis tells Jim Al-Khalili why he wants to create artificial intelligence.
Susan Marling celebrates Richard Attenborough’s legacy a year on from his death.
Mark Lawson returns to Leeds, 25 years on.
The battle for socialism's soul between a trade union boss and a revolutionary barrister.
Francesca Happé talks to Jim al-Khalili about the abilities of people with autism.
James Naughtie profiles the molecular biologist who helped discover the structure of DNA.
A portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian nationalist movement.
Richard Ingrams nominates author and journalist GK Chesterton for regularly being right.
Humphrey Carpenter talks to Richard Ingrams and Prof Denis Conlon.
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