Michael Berkeley's guest is Canadian pianist and rapper Chilly Gonzales.
Michael Nyman's 'Time Lapse' is given the Gonzales treatment
Conrad Black is back. Michael Cockerell asks: will the fallen press baron slay his foes?
The BBC’s Michael Cockerell examines the turbulent life of the press baron Conrad Black.
Professor Corinne Le Quéré talks to Jim Al-Khalili about tracing global carbon.
An early loss for the passionate poet-turned-musician.
Despite success as a poet, Cohen feels the need to escape to the Greek island of Hydra.
In the Chelsea Hotel in New York, Cohen turns his talents to songwriting.
Disaster threatens Cohen's first European tour, but in Buddhism he finds spiritual solace.
Now hugely successful, Cohen retreats to Mount Baldy to spend time with his guru.
He was a boxer, a bouncer and a bungee jump coach - now he is prime minister of Canada.
The Canadian poet and songwriter reflects on his musical career.
The Canadian singer on the art of songwriting and becoming a Buddhist monk in the 1990s.
Leonard Cohen Front Row Special
Nina Myskow talks to Rufus and Martha Wainwright about their confessional songs.
Rufus talks about his life-changing album Want One, plays piano and sings a cappella.
Michael Berkeley's guest is Canadian-American singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright.
Putting the record straight on how ‘bacteria/bacterium’ and ‘decimate’ should be used.
Chris Anderson talks to psychologist Steven Pinker about an optimistic future.
Steven Pinker joins Michael Rosen to talk about his love of, and life in, language.
Lyse Doucet talks to remarkable women about their role in the democratic system
Video of Jarvis Cocker and Chilly Gonzales performing The Other Side from album Room 29