A fragmentary look at the writer Susan Sontag through her own words and those of her peers
Chris Bowlby profiles self-styled socialist US presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.
Mark Coles hears about the life of the man behind the Magnitsky Act, Bill Browder.
Physicist Brian Cox tells Matthew Parris how Carl Sagan's Cosmos TV show changed his life.
Chris Anderson talks to the writer and thinker David Brooks on political healing.
Author Graeber questions the purpose of our work.
BBC Radio 4 Front Row interview with Philip Roth 27 June 2011
Harold Evans in pursuit of the truth
Matthew Taylor tells the story of the last eight years in the life of George Price.
Nobel economist James McGill Buchanan and his self-interest theory.
Claudia Hammond profiles JB Watson, the psychologist considered the father of behaviourism
Broadcaster Kirsty Young chooses newspaper publisher Katherine Graham.
Kurt Vonnegut on Kurt Vonnegut, with a little help from Josie Long
Madeline Miller discusses The Song of Achilles which won the Orange Prize for Fiction 2012
American novelist Philip Roth, 1933-2018.
Víkingur Ólafsson, Front Row's Lockdown Artist in Residence, live from Iceland on 1 May
Philip Glass's parallel lives of driving a taxi and composing music in 1970s New York.
George Steiner discusses his personal music choices with Michael Berkeley.
Mark Coles profiles veteran American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh.
Josie Long presents radio adventures inspired by Kurt Vonnegut.
Novelist Deborah Levy assesses the life and work of American writer Susan Sontag.
Do the theories of Hyman Minsky provide a radical challenge to mainstream economics?
Michael Berkeley is joined by Nobel Prize-winning physicist Professor Frank Wilczek.
Justin Webb looks at Zalmay Khalilzad, America's man in Bagdad.