Clive Anderson and guests look at how the legal world is reflected on stage and screen.
Novellist David Baldacci speaks to Front Row's Mark Lawson on writing about terrorism.
How reality TV has put three ordinary people in the media spotlight.
Kirsty Lang reports on why so many films and TV dramas are 'Based on a True Story'.
Steven Fielding on relations between upstairs and downstairs in dramas like Downton Abbey.
Mark Lawson on the rich history of medical programmes, fact and fiction, on radio and TV.
Michael Buerk and guests debate the morality of reality TV.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Roman satire.
Marie-Louise Muir unpicks the intricacies of Irish satire.
Art can bring the dead back to life argues novelist Hilary Mantel.
Stan Stennett recreates the British variety theatre's heyday.
Jamie Bartlett looks at the impact of 20 years of reality TV on culture and society.
How did reality TV turn surveillance into entertainment?
A new type of reality show blurs the lines between truth and fiction.
How reality TV set the tone for our behaviours on social media
Twenty years after Big Brother hit our screens and reality TV has produced a president