For Radio 3's Classical Voice, Michael Berkeley is joined by singer Alison Goldfrapp.
Singer Neil Tennant, who grew up in North Shields, talks to Philip Dodd about his career.
Songwriter Emmy the Great rediscovers the craft of the playground clapping game.
Billy Bragg talks about songwriting and poetry
Billy Bragg shares his approach to writing songs.
As a new exhibition of syd barrett's artwork opens, John Wilson talks to Blur guitarist Graham Coxon about the former Pink Floyd frontman.
Novelist and publisher Tariq Goddard meets singer and songwriter Brett Anderson of Suede.
Singer Kevin Rowland reflects on the success of Dexys' No 1 single Come On Eileen.
Radio 4 Extra’s Comedy Club brings you the best of this year’s Machynlleth Comedy Festival
Kirsty Lang is joined by Ella Henderson
Lets loose in the Front Row studio with a guitar and piano for company.
For National Album Day Elvis Costello talks to John Wilson about his career
Elvis Costello playing live at Maida Vale for Mastertapes.
For National Album Day, Elvis Costello talks to John Wilson.
For National Album Day, Elvis Costello answers questions from an audience at Maida Vale.
Laura Marling on her new album.
The singer songwriter remembers difficult times after the Take That split.
Matthew Parris invites Gary Kemp of Spandau Ballet to choose his great life.
Isy Suttie chooses Yorkshire-born singer songwriter Jake Thackray.
James Blake tells Front Row that being unhappy helped him write his best music.
James Blake talks to John Wilson about the 1979 film Stalker by Russian director Tarkovsky
Jim Dale discusses his new one man show, Just Jim Dale, and looks back on his career.
Michael Berkeley's guest is singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading.
With Matthew Parris. Phill Jupitus nominates former Clash frontman Joe Strummer.