Homecoming: A film by Beyoncé and Madonna's new Madame X alter-ego is discussed.
Beyoncé, Madonna, West Side Story, Children's Literature
Saxophonist Jess Gillam, war poster artist Abram Games, author Tayari Jones
Saxophonist Jess Gillam plays live and talks about the sax in classical music.
Golden Age of Children's Books?
Tom Gates author Liz Pichon and the quality of books for 6- to-12-year-olds.
A Celebration of the Pub in Culture
Al Murray, Eliza Carthy and David Mark on finding inspiration down their local.
Adeel Akhtar, Artist Doris Hatt, Joe Orton
Adeel Akhtar on his new BBC1 series Back to Life
The Looming Tower, Birdsong in the charts, 18-certificate films
The road to 9/11 in a new TV drama, and Let Nature Sing - the single by a band of 25 birds
The Cranberries, The Art Fund Museum of the Year shortlist, Cultural Repatriation
The Cranberries on finishing their final album after the death of singer Dolores O’Riordan
The Avengers phenomenon, Linda Grant, Adapting Ibsen for today
Avengers: Endgame, and Linda Grant on her new novel A Stranger City
Les Murray remembered, Women's Prize For Fiction shortlist, Kubrick exhibition, Captain Corelli on stage
Women's Prize For Fiction shortlist, Kubrick exhibition, Captain Corelli play, Les Murray.
John Singleton remembered, Afghanistan's music scene, Tolkien reviewed, the effect of music on the brain
We assess the work of Boyz n the Hood director John Singleton and review Tolkien biopic
Leonardo da Vinci 500th Anniversary, Salvator Mundi
The art and legacy of Leonardo da Vinci, on the eve of the 500th anniversary of his death
Small Island, Chernobyl, Poet Laureate, Obamas
The National Theatre's adaptation of Andrea Levy's Small Island reviewed.
Rokia Traoré, Bill Buford on Granta, artworks in political posters
Malian singer Rokia Traoré on guest directing this year’s Brighton Festival.
Architect Sir David Adjaye in Venice
Sir David Adjaye discusses his approach to architecture, including his new Ghana Pavilion
Film director Amma Asante, Joe Boyd on Aretha Franklin, Ireland's Abbey Theatre
Amma Asante, TV drama Years and Years reviewed, Aretha Franklin's Amazing Grace concert
Guy Chambers, Nina Stibbe, Creativity and wellbeing
Songwriter Guy Chambers explains how to write a hit.
Mark Haddon, Jimmie Durham controversy, Anglo-Saxon burial, Michelle Terry
Mark Haddon on The Porpoise, his new novel based on Shakespeare's Pericles
Edmund de Waal and other news from the Venice Biennale, Elizabeth Macneal
Edmund de Waal at the Venice Biennale and debut novelist Elizabeth Macneal.
Keanu Reeves, Doris Day remembered, art as an aphrodisiac
Keanu Reeves on reprising his action role in John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.
Fun Lovin' Crime Writers - band, AI: More than Human - exhibition, Medusa - ballet
Fun Lovin' Crime Writers - a band of famous detective story authors perform live
Gentleman Jack, correcting the contemporary art canon, #BeMoreMartyn, Futbolka
Gentleman Jack review, correcting the contemporary art canon, #BeMoreMartyn and Futbolka.
Stephen Graham, new Poet Laureate Simon Armitage, ENO's Dido
Stephen Graham discusses working with Shane Meadows on TV drama The Virtues
Cannes, David Chipperfield on I.M. Pei, Denise Mina, Sean Edwards
Report from the Cannes Film Festival, including Elton John biopic Rocketman
Dexter Fletcher on Rocket Man, Jessica Andrews, Artists as activists, Folio Prize winner
Rocket Man, Jessica Andrews' novel Saltwater, artists as activists, Folio Prize winner.
Stephen Poliakoff, News from Cannes Film Festival, Selina Thompson
Stephen Poliakoff, Cannes Film Festival update, playwright Selina Thompson
Frank Skinner, George the Poet, TV affecting social change
Frank Skinner discusses his new comedy tour Showbiz.
Matthew Bourne's Romeo and Juliet, Little Steven, Judith Kerr
John visits rehearsals for Matthew Bourne's new dance work, Romeo and Juliet
2019 Wolfson History Prize Discussion
Rana Mitter and the six shortlisted historians with an audience at the British Academy.
Mobeen discusses awkward and common bedroom dilemmas.
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Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Wynne talks to Trudi and Pearl Petersen, candle-makers of St Clears, his Town Of The Week.