Mark Lawson interviews writer Alan Bennett.
Mark Lawson in conversation with Alan Bennett in a special edition of Front Row.
A reappraisal of Raymond Chandler, the Englishman who invented the PI as we know him.
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 acclaimed writer and the influential musician in the tag talk show.
Alexander Masters on his book A Life Discarded
Andrew Haigh talks to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode about his new film, Lean On Pete.
Paul Morley on the unknown Anthony Burgess - his northern roots and his work as a composer
Mark Kermode doesn't review Benjamin, because he's in it.
One feisty funny man grills another in the tag talk show.
The comedian creates a jingle especially for Front Row
Alan Bennett and musicians young and old consider the orchestral heritage of Yorkshire.
Charlie Chaplin wasn’t funny but a political rebel. Mark Steel nominates him as his hero.
Claire Bolderson profiles the satirist Chris Morris.
The Hollywood film director Christopher Nolan is profiled by Mark Coles.
Christopher Nolan interviewed by Simon Mayo.
On music hall, Dennis Potter, and playing a Panto Dame for the first time.
John Wilson talks to Mark Billingham.
John Tusa interviews leading British playwright David Hare.
David Morrissey joins Simon and Mark live in the studio to talk about his new film Welcome to the Punch.
David Nicholls talks to James Naughtie about his enormously successful novel One Day.
Front Row’s 2009 interview with David Storey
Composer Debbie Wiseman meets film director Peter Kosminsky.
Matthew Sweet reassseses the life, work and legacy of playwright Dennis Potter.
Felicity Evans visits the Forest of Dean, the landscape that author Dennis Potter loved.
Dennis Potter's discusses his early ambitions and how he came to write for television.
Matthew Sweet meets Michael Chaplin, who reveals new facts about his father Charlie.
Matthew Sweet explores Chaplin's vast archive of unfinished scripts, letters and cuttings.
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