Mike Thomson asks if Britain's part in Zimbabwean peace meant protecting terrorists.
The 2019 Nobel Prize-winner Sir Peter Ratcliffe on living with low oxygen.
Sue MacGregor reunites five women who ruled the world of pop in the 1960s.
AA Gill nominates Arthur Neville Chamberlain as his great life.
Wole Soyinka explores the notion of dignity within a climate of fear.
Samira Ahmed explores the life and work of writer Arnold Bennett.
Tristram Hunt tracks the life's work of the historian and university founder Asa Briggs.
Mark Coles profiles easyJet's high-flying CEO, Dame Carolyn McCall.
Mark Lawson talks to Chinua Achebe for Radio 4’s Front Row. First broadcast in June 2007.
The author Deborah Moggach talks about the life of Potteries writer Arnold Bennett.
Poet John Hegley chooses the author of Lady Chatterley's Lover, DH Lawrence.
Mark Coles profiles Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organisation.
Edward Stourton profiles the man hotly tipped to become the next president of Zimbabwe.
Historian and broadcaster Dan Cruickshank goes off the beaten track in London.
Mark Coles profiles Esther McVey, the minister defending universal credit.
Fi Glover talks to the founders of the new tech companies in Silicon Roundabout, Hackney.
A portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian nationalist movement.
Mark Coles profiles the woman behind a court case that could stymie Brexit, Gina Miller.
Gisela Stuart reveals why she changed her mind on the EU and led the campaign for Brexit.
Bavarian-born MP Gisela Stuart now represents the people of Edgbaston in the Commons.
Michael Berkeley's guest is neurosurgeon Henry Marsh.
Henry Marsh responds to readers' questions about his best-selling memoir Do No Harm.
Helen Arney, scientist and geek songstress, nominates pioneer physicist Hertha Ayrton.
Writer Fay Weldon and biographer Vincent Brome discuss the life of the visionary novelist.
In his final Reith Lecture, Wole Soyinka examines the causes and impact of fanaticism.
Sir Ken Robinson, creativity guru, is in Derry-Londonderry, the first UK City of Culture.
Chris Bowlby profiles Jeremy Heywood who is to become the new Cabinet Secretary.
Jim Crace discusses his 1997 Booker-shortlisted novel Quarantine with James Naughtie.
Theatre designer John Napier discusses his influences and his approach to design.
Mike Wooldridge presents some personal memories of Nelson Mandela.