Mark Lawson interviews writer Alan Bennett.
Mark Lawson in conversation with Alan Bennett in a special edition of Front Row.
Author Colin Dexter nominates scholar and poet AE Housman. With Robert Douglas-Fairhurst.
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
"I'm not totally comfortable being gay, whereas he absolutely loves it"
An intimate portrait of the voice of electronic music duo Goldfrapp.
For Radio 3's Classical Voice, Michael Berkeley is joined by singer Alison Goldfrapp.
Impressionist Alistair McGowan interviews actor Simon Callow in the tag-team talk show.
Andrew Haigh talks to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode about his new film, Lean On Pete.
Author Iris Murdoch has a complex reputation thanks to her husband's memoirs.
How has Val Wilmer become a world figure in the documentation of Black music and culture?
Arthur C Clarke talks to Nigel Acheson at his home in Sri Lanka, in his seventieth year.
Science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke talks about his admiration for Stapledon
Alistair Cooke celebrates the life and work of diarist James Agate.
Laurence robes up like Lord Byron, in the costume of an Albanian nobleman.
Mark Kermode doesn't review Benjamin, because he's in it.
interview by Mark Lawson
Alan Bennett and musicians young and old consider the orchestral heritage of Yorkshire.
Christine Finn visits the house that was the poet Wilfred Owen's final refuge in France.
Brian Sewell reflects on his achievements
Byron writing to his friend Thomas Moore describing is love life and life in Venice
Byron's troubled relationship with his mother
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen explores Byron's love of costume
Michael Berkeley's guest is novelist Charlotte Mendelson, who selects her favourite music.
The comedian and illusionist meet and discuss magic, comedy, art, faith and Hitler.
St Ives - where Virginia Woolf scrambled over the cliffs, inspired by the waves.
Matthew Parris talks to Dame Helen Ghosh about James Lees-Milne.
David Temple has an imagined conversation with his late brother-in-law Derek Jarman.