Sir Donald Curry shows Steve Peacock around his Northumberland farm.
Alex James visits opera star and ecologist Simon Keenlyside in the Welsh mountains.
Alan Ayckbourn reflects on a career in which he has written 72 full length plays.
Sheila Dillon and Tim Hayward on the legacy of Elizabeth David, 100 years after her birth.
A look back at radio comedy in the late 1970s, with John Lloyd and Graeme Garden.
A look back at radio comedy in the late 1990s, with Paul Schlesinger and Meera Syal.
Sir Gregory Winter, winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize for Chemistry
Louis speaks to actor Helena Bonham Carter about her life and career.
Louis speaks to comedian, campaigner and actor Lenny Henry.
Sue MacGregor reunites five women who ruled the world of pop in the 1960s.
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Tom talks to Sir Kenneth Grange about his ideas on designing furniture for older people.
Mark Coles profiles the England cricket captain Alastair Cook.
Alexander McCall Smith talks about why Precious Ramotswe is his favourite character.
Alexei Sayle interviews Lenny Henry in the tag talk show.
On winning the 2015 Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.
Actor Alison Steadman in conversation with her heroes – brought back to life.
Impressionist Alistair McGowan interviews actor Simon Callow in the tag-team talk show.
Michael Berkeley talks to Sadler's Wells chief, Alistair Spalding.
Architect Amanda Levete meets film-maker Asif Kapadia.
Stirling Prize-winning architect Levete talks about reconciling technology with nature.
Michael Berkeley's guest is former SAS sergeant Andy McNab.
John Tusa talks to sculptor Anish Kapor.
Anita Anand talks to Juliet Lyon, director of the Prison Reform Trust.
Mark Lawson talks to Anthony Caro about his work Flats and the art of outdoor sculpture
John Tusa talks to sculptor Sir Anthony Caro about his work.
The artist, Yinka Shonibare, talks to Elsie Owusu about his ambitious Nigerian project.
Strictly’s Arlene Phillips shares “the most extraordinary piece of dance history”.
Charles Hazlewood delves into the world of Malcolm Arnold's Fifth Symphony.
Arthur C Clarke talks to Nigel Acheson at his home in Sri Lanka, in his seventieth year.