Mark Lawson interviews writer Alan Bennett.
A look back at radio comedy in the late 1970s, with John Lloyd and Graeme Garden.
A look back at radio comedy in the early 1980s, with Angus Deayton and Michael Knowles.
A look back at radio comedy in the late 1990s, with Paul Schlesinger and Meera Syal.
A look back at radio comedy in the early 2000s, with Justin Edwards and Jan Ravens.
Mark Lawson in conversation with Alan Bennett in a special edition of Front Row.
Comedian and actor Adam Buxton talks to The League of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith.
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
Director and actor Alice Lowe meets singer and actor Toyah Willcox.
Al Murray, the Pub Landlord creator, passes the baton to comedian and satirist Ian Hislop.
The comedian on how his Pub Landlord character began and how pubs have changed.
Crafting the world of a teenage secret agent
Ben Elton reveals the personal story behind his new book Two Brothers.
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.
Journalist and author Caitlin Moran interviews her comedy hero Jennifer Saunders.
The Doctor Who stalwarts meet in the tag talk show.
The comedian and the presenter get chatting in the tag talk show.
Mark Lawson talks to Jo Brand.
On music hall, Dennis Potter, and playing a Panto Dame for the first time.
David Nicholls talks to James Naughtie about his enormously successful novel One Day.
David Walliams talks to Michael Rosen about writing children's books.
Composer Debbie Wiseman meets film director Peter Kosminsky.
Eddie Mair and Robert Peston interview Eddie's second surprise guest, Denis Norden.
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 reassseses the life, work and legacy of playwright Dennis Potter.