Alain de Botton discusses his first novel in twenty years - The Course of Love.
Antonia Fraser chooses J.M.W Turner's The Fighting Temeraire
Jarvis Cocker uncovers an album made by Sir John Betjeman in 1974.
John Betjeman's skill at performing his own work
Series of profiles of people who are currently making headlines.
Mark Coles profiles the first woman to lead the Metropolitan Police.
Comments made by the Nobel scientist Sir Tim Hunt started a worldwide debate on sexism.
Michael Berkeley's guest is neurosurgeon Henry Marsh.
Henry Marsh responds to readers' questions about his best-selling memoir Do No Harm.
Patrick Wright explores John Betjeman's battle with the planners of post-war England.
recording Banana Blush with composer Jim Parker
John Betjeman looks back on his life
Programme following a year in the life of Rory Stewart - an MP with an unusual profile.
Historian and broadcaster Adam Hart-Davis nominates the author Nevil Shute.
Adam Hart-Davis selects 'On the Beach' and 'A Town Like Alice' novelist Nevil Shute.
Kirsty Lang meets Tom Hiddleston
Norman Lebrecht talks to pioneering conductor Roger Norrington.
Tom Hiddleston speaks to Simon Mayo about his new film, Crimson Peak.
Mark Coles profiles Sir Christopher Geidt, private secretary to the Queen.
Suggs talks to Mark Lawson about John Betjeman
How the music of Janacek and a letter from the BBC saves the Hollander family from Nazism.
Tom Hiddleston and Mark Kermode perform Move It On Over.
Tom Hiddlestone talks to Simon and Mark about Thor: The Dark World.
Tom Hiddleston talks to Simon Mayo and Mark Kermode about his new film, I Saw The Light.
Actor Tom Hiddleston talks to composer Nicholas Britell.
Tom Hiddleston - accompanied by Mark Kermode on double-bass - performs 'I Saw The Light'.