James Landale examines why Margaret Thatcher was ousted from power 25 years ago.
Has Jimmy Savile's charity work been morally contaminated by revelations of child abuse?
Jonathan Freedland compares Nigel Farage with the 18th-century politician John Wilkes.
An Audience with Jimmy Savile is at the Park Theatre in London until 11 July 2015.
Alistair Cooke reflects on why Americans seem to trust Tony Blair.
Anthony Howard looks at the relationship between the Queen and Margaret Thatcher.
Paul Morley on the unknown Anthony Burgess - his northern roots and his work as a composer
John Major's comments on the Bank of Credit and Commerce International scandal.
Edward Stourton profiles Baroness Trumpington, famous for flicking a V sign in the Lords.
Bob Mortimer talks to his comedy double act partner Vic Reeves.
The actor shares his passion for the Cassini mission which studied Saturn and its moons.
The actor recalls reciting Lollingdon Downs for Patrick Moore shortly before his death.
Brian Sewell reflects on his achievements
Michael Caine discusses the prospect of starring in potential Hatton Garden heist film.
Journalist and author Caitlin Moran interviews her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.
Charlie Chaplin wasn’t funny but a political rebel. Mark Steel nominates him as his hero.
Mark Lawson talks to Jo Brand.
Mark Lawson interviews comedian Sarah Millican.
Investigating the barrister and author Constance Briscoe, jailed for lying to the police.
St Ives - where Virginia Woolf scrambled over the cliffs, inspired by the waves.
Dame Judi Dench interviewed by Simon Mayo.
Mark Coles looks at the life of Dame Vera Lynn.
The Genius comic asks the popular stand-up about the merits of outdoor toilets.
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.
Comedian David Walliams pays tribute to his friend the television presenter Dale Winton
David Walliams talks to Michael Rosen about writing children's books.
How a gambling hunch made the elusive Denise Coates Britain's best paid boss.