Ian McMillan and the Poetry Book Club audience are joined by Douglas Dunn.
Poetry Book Club with Douglas Dunn
Notes on The Verb
Writer Toby Litt and journalist Jude Rogers take notes with Ian McMillan.
The Local Verb
Sarah Hall, Hollie McNish & Vanessa Kisuule, Ari Eldjarn, and Rob Drummond.
The Verb visits Cornwall to celebrate the centenary of the poet W.S. Graham.
Getting creative with code with Eugenia Cheng and Helen Arney.
Night Meetings - Japan
The Verb meets the language of night-time Japan - in comedy, poetry and 'the blues'.
Autism: poetry, language and writing
With Henry Normal, Kate Fox, James McGrath and Alicia Kopf.
A special extended interview with the travel writer Jan Morris.
The Festival Verb
Ian McMillan's guests include Murray Lachlan Young, Louise Welsh, and William Letford.
The Verb at the Hay Festival.
Ian McMillan talks resilience with The Last Poets, Michael Morpurgo and Helen Mort.
Ian McMillan is joined by Michael Ondaatje for a special edition of The Verb.
The language and literature of northern rocks and climbing.
The NHS at 70
The Verb celebrates the NHS at 70.
The Verb at the Proms
Ian McMillan is joined by Michael Palin, Anne Dudley, Jason Singh and Mojdeh Stoakley.
Join Ian and guests at the Latitude Festival's Speakeasy stage
Contains Strong Language festival
The Verb at Contains Strong Language with Jackie Kay, Gruff Rhys and Louise Wallwein
The Verb at the 'Contains Strong Language' festival in Hull with the Foyle Young Poets
Failure for Writers
The Verb on 'failure' with Kate Fox, Mohammed Hanif, Scanner and Bryony Kimmings
Into The Forest
The Verb explores the forest as metaphor with Terry Deary and Pascale Petit
featuring Yrsa Daley-Ward
Writing The Midlands
The Verb on The Midlands with Jonathan Coe, Liz Berry, Polar Bear
The Verb presents 'Unwritten: Caribbean Poems After The First World War'
Unwritten Poems - Verb Podcast Extra
A chance to hear the poems from the Unwritten event at 'Contains Strong Language' in full
Ian McMillan is joined by novelist Barbara Kingsolver.
Shaun Usher, Jo Neary and Jude Rogers are in the late-night language lock-in.
What's in a name?
With Iain Sinclair, Kate Fox, Sam Illingworth and Marilyn Hacker
With Will Eaves, Ben Schott, Selina Nwulu and Jeremy Noel-Tod
With Al Kennedy, Amy Liptrot, Marina Benjamin and Bridget Minamore.
The Christmas Verb
Song and storytelling with Simon Armitage, Joanne Harris and Owen Roberts
Hearing colours and tasting words with Hannah Silva, LJ Rich, Rob Drummond and Ruth Padel
TS Eliot Prize Readings
Ian McMillan comperes at the annual TS Eliot Prize readings at the Royal Festival Hall.
An extended conversation with poet Don Paterson.
The Subjunctive Verb
With Toby Litt, Holly Pester, Menna Elfyn and Rob Drummond.
Ian McMillan and guests celebrate writer, artist and critic John Ruskin.
Dave Haslam, Geraldine Quigley, Rachael Young and Chris Green.
Between Two Countries
Ian McMillan spends time with Patrick McGuinness, Kate Fox, Basia Howard and Nick Makoha.
How to write out sexism
The Verb on sexism and language with Ann Oakley, Siri Hustvedt, Salena Godden, Ingrid Plum
With Richard Scott, Fiona Benson, Jack Bernhardt and Jenny Lewis
Writing the Gap
Radio 3's weekly exploration of language and literature
Insects and Language
Ian McMillan and guests explore writing about insects.
Speaking of Violence
With Mark Haddon, Kate Fox and Rachael Allen.
Along The River
With Alan Hollinghurst, Chris Wallace-Crabbe, Jude Rogers and MacGillivray
With Tracy K Smith, Terrance Hayes and Sarah Churchwell.
The Hay Festival
Ian McMillan is joined by John Lanchester, Hannah Sullivan, Rachel Parris and Nina Stibbe
Live from The Aldeburgh Festival with Lavinia Greenlaw, Fiona Sampson and Mark Padmore.
Young Artists - The Verb Takes Five
With Jardel Rodrigues, Yandass Ndlovu, Willow Mirza, Alice Gretton and Jack Bernhardt.
Comrades in Arms
Tom Smith on the East German Military's fascination with its soldiers' sexuality
Amrit Matharu sits in for Mobeen
Breast is best: how do boobs affect your confidence?
Sarah Brett with late night discussion on the issues and stories that matter to you.
The Art of the Loop
Composer Matthew Herbert takes a critical look at looping and sampling in modern music.