An insight into man of the moment, Benedict Cumberbatch.
Michael White shines a spotlight on Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary.
Mark Lawson interviews Daniel Radcliffe, who now stars in the film The Woman in Black.
Isy Suttie chats to Machynlleth Comedy Festival performer Josh Widdicombe.
Alexandra Harris explores the life and work of the elusive artist Eric Ravilious.
Mark Coles profiles Labour's shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn.
Comedian and satirist Ian Hislop talks to writer and presenter Victoria Coren-Mitchell.
The singer and podcaster, Jessie Ware, chooses the Queen of Disco, Donna Summer.
Juliet remembers her friend and colleague.
Lily Allen talks to John Wilson about her fourth and most personal album, No Shame.
Lily Allen talks to John Wilson about her fourth and most personal album, "No Shame".
Lily Allen singing live at Maida Vale for Mastertapes
Lily Allen talks to John Wilson about her fourth and most personal album, "No Shame"
Listen to extracts from an interview with Lily Allen.
On the set of Nollywood hit Chief Daddy
The photographer Nick Knight meets the architect David Chipperfield.
Matthew Parris is joined by Peter Bowles to discuss the life of director George Devine.
Michael Berkeley's guest is actor Rory Kinnear.
Actor and birdwatcher Samuel West revisits the Tweet of the Day archive for a second week.
Clare Balding walks with actor and passionate birdwatcher Samuel West.
Actor and birdwatcher Samuel West returns to Tweet of the Day to select favourite episodes
Clive Coleman hears about what kind of man Sebastian Coe really is.
Humphrey Carpenter invites Ned Sherrin to discuss actor Sir Donald Wolfit.
The last episode's interviewee Victoria Coren-Mitchell puts the questions to Sandi Toksvig