Mark Lawson interviews writer Alan Bennett.
Mark Lawson in conversation with Alan Bennett in a special edition of Front Row.
Michael Berkeley's guest is playwright, screenwriter and author Alan Bennett.
The writer Alan Bennett talks about his life and his new book Untold Stories.
"Even if I stabbed Judi Dench with a pitchfork, I'd still be a teddy bear," says Bennett
The impressionist and the spin doctor in the tag-team talk show.
Samira Ahmed explores the life and work of writer Arnold Bennett.
An appraisal of Barbara Castle in the centenary of her birth
Patrick Wright focuses on Barbara Castle, the Red Queen.
Alan Bennett and musicians young and old consider the orchestral heritage of Yorkshire.
St Ives - where Virginia Woolf scrambled over the cliffs, inspired by the waves.
Matthew Parris talks to the National Trust's Dame Helen Ghosh about James Lees-Milne.
Peter Hennessy asks David Blunkett to reflect on his political life.
The politician takes Wendy Robbins to the boarding schools for the blind that he attended.
Sheffield-born politician David Blunkett goes back to his roots.
David Temple has an imagined conversation with his late brother-in-law Derek Jarman.
The author Deborah Moggach talks about the life of Potteries writer Arnold Bennett.
The stand-up comic interviews the political spin doctor in the tag-team talk show.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the work of the 18th-century writer Fanny Burney.
Frances Crook proposes Labour politician Barbara Castle. Roy Hattersley is witness
Alexandra Harris and Chris Stewart scramble past lemon trees in Virginia Woolf's footsteps
Virginia Woolf and a balloon of airballs! Kensington Gardens as a magical playground.
Why climb a snowy Cumbrian hill in a long dress, cloak and bonnet? Clare Balding finds out
Front Row's Mark Lawson puts Alan Bennett in the hotseat.
Poet Kate Tempest with a portrait of the Kent beach where film-maker Derek Jarman lived.
Lucie Skeaping hears music written for Pepys, played for the first time since his death.
Dominic Lawson interviews journalist and broadcaster Piers Morgan over a game of chess.
Politician Tam Dalyell chooses cabinet minister and political diarist Richard Crossman.
What we learn from the Samuel Pepys exhibition at the National Maritime Museum
Sara Pascoe champions Virginia Woolf, author of Mrs Dalloway and A Room of One's Own.