Sue MacGregor reunites five women who ruled the world of pop in the 1960s.
The acclaimed writer and the influential musician in the tag talk show.
Actor Alison Steadman in conversation with her heroes – brought back to life.
presented by Mark Lawson, from Front Row 2 Jan 2008
Benji Kirkpatrick is performing Jimi Hendrix songs with no electric guitar in sight.
The former shipyard worker who became one of the UK's most popular stand-up comedians.
Mark Coles explores how comedian Billy Connolly has tackled adversity with humour.
The composer and 'non-musician' Brian Eno is interviewed about his music and video work.
Musician Eno investigates the kinds of leadership available to us.
Mark Kermode reviews Eric Clapton: A Life In 12 Bars
The singer songwriter remembers difficult times after the Take That split.
Feature on Graham Fitkin's Tidal.
Linda Pressly profiles Stone Roses lead singer Ian Brown.
Comedian Linda Smith nominates musician, actor and artist Ian Dury.
If Tom Jones could have sat in the front row of any live music performance, which one would it have been?
James Blake tells Front Row that being unhappy helped him write his best music.
James Blake talks to John Wilson about the 1979 film Stalker by Russian director Tarkovsky
Soul II Soul's Jazzie B chooses the life of musician and singer James Brown.
His former girlfriend Kathy Etchingham shows John Wilson around the central London flat.
Cultural commentator John Harris discusses the life of John Lennon.
Jim Naughtie assesses the pair at the creative heart of the Beatles, Lennon and McCartney.
John Lennon's extraordinary life and career told in his own words.
Capturing the essence of a rock legend in a hyper-realistic 3D portrait.
Jann Wenner's seminal 1970 New York interview with John Lennon for Rolling Stone magazine.
Liam Gallagher says seeing The Stone Roses for the first time inspired him to join a band.
The Years & Years frontman plays a stripped-back rendition of title track Palo Santo
Paul McCartney talks about his symphonic poem, Standing Stones, and other classical works.
Paul McCartney joins John Wilson and the audience at BBC Maida Vale to discuss songwriting
Paul McCartney describes what came out of the family kitchen.