Sue MacGregor reunites five women who ruled the world of pop in the 1960s.
Adele's producer Paul Epworth on making 21.
Michael Goldfarb profiles composer Andrew Lloyd Webber.
A special extended interview with composer Andrew Lloyd Webber as he turns 70.
An intimate portrait of the songwriter, singer and frontman of XTC, Andy Partridge.
Michael Flanders and Donald Swann's satirical revue closed on 2 May 1959.
With playwright Moira Buffini.
Damon Albarn on making new musical wonder.land
Mark Kermode reviews Eric Clapton: A Life In 12 Bars
Musician Damon Albarn on a dramatic moment whilst recording with soul star Bobby Womack.
Comic book legend Grant Morrison talks to musical comedy genius Neil Innes.
Linda Pressly profiles Stone Roses lead singer Ian Brown.
Jarvis contemplates what might awaken us to our duty as stewards of the Earth.
Arabella Weir nominates Joyce Grenfell. Biographer Janie Hampton assists.
Len Goodman champions Lionel Bart, the man who created the musical Oliver, as his hero.
Liam Gallagher says seeing The Stone Roses for the first time inspired him to join a band.
Jarvis Cocker shares favourite encounters to weave a restless slumber in lockdown limbo.
Public relations expert Mark Borkowski discusses the life of the Sex Pistols' manager.
Marc Riley raids the BBC archive for interviews with Malcolm McLaren and John Lydon.
Paul Gorman assesses the exceptional achievement of Malcolm McLaren, who died 10 years ago
Gemma Cairney takes Nadine Shah to Beirut for a musical collaboration.
Songwriter Neil Innes talks to comedy writer and director Graham Linehan.
TV producer Peter Bazalgette chooses the actor, lyricist and playwright, Noel Coward.
Matthew Parris presents Julian Clary's nomination of Noel Coward.
The story of one of the most enduring songwriting relationships in history.
Songwriter and music producer, Pete Waterman, revisits his childhood holidays
Idles, Wolf Alice, She Drew the Gun and Bill Ryder-Jones talk mental health and music
Rick Wakeman is interviewed on Front Row.
Mark Coles profiles the Grammy-winning performer of the new James Bond theme, Sam Smith
Kirsty Lang talks to singer Sam Smith in January 2014.