The walking and photographs of WG Sebald and an exhibition of money and Jewish history.
Sebald, Anti-semitism, Carolyn Forche
Censorship and sex
Naomi Wolf discusses the criminalisation of love with presenter Matthew Sweet.
Stanley Spencer, Domestic Servants, Surrogacy
Authors Nicola Upson and Joanne Ramos, and researchers Gulzaar Barn and Ella Parry-Davies.
2019 Wolfson History Prize Discussion
Rana Mitter and the six shortlisted historians with an audience at the British Academy.
Homi K Bhabha: On Memory and Migration
Shahidha Bari talks to Professor Bhabha about his influence on postcolonial studies.
Landmark: Rachel Carson's Silent Spring
Rana Mitter hosts a debate at Hay Festival about the rise of the environmental movement.
Simon Schama, Siri Hustvedt, Catherine Fletcher at Hay
Rana Mitter discusses writing on art from da Vinci and Rembrandt to Louise Bourgeois.
AI and creativity: what makes us human?
A discussion hosted by Matthew Sweet at the Barbican's exhibition AI More Than Human.
Is the Law keeping up with our changing world?
A panel of researchers share insights into the law and warfare, gender and AI.
Orwell's 1984 - a Landmark of Culture
Matthew Sweet explores what fed into Orwell's future vision and how our own is shaping up.
Breaking Down the Barriers
The cultural contribution of Muslim women, and Rana Mitter talks to artist John Keane.
Michael Rakowitz, Archaeology Now, Epic Journeys and Facial Disfigurement
Artist, archaeologists, a writer and a historian of the face make the invisible visible.
Afropean identities, Filming the Arab spring
Johny Pitts and Caryl Phillips discuss the idea of Afropean identity with Matthew Sweet.
Landmark: Finnegans Wake
Matthew Sweet discusses James Joyce's groundbreaking novel of 1939.
Catch 22, Recycling fashion, Fred D'Aguiar, Wu Mali
Anne McElvoy watches George Clooney in Catch-22 on TV and looks at recycling fashion.
Jane Goodall, Elif Shafak
Matthew Sweet talks to two campaigning women: a writer from Turkey and an animal expert.
Cindy Sherman, Laura Cumming
The art of Cindy Sherman plus art critic Laura Cumming on the days her mother disappeared.
Amitav Ghosh. Layla and Majnun. Islam Issa.
Amitav Ghosh on linking refugees, climate change, Venice & Bengali forests in his fiction
Language and Belonging
With Guy Gunaratne, Dina Nayeri, Michael Rosen, Momtaza Mehri and Deena Mohamed.
Russia and Fear.
Rana Mitter considers fearing Russia past and present with Mark B Smith & Tamar Koplatadze
Reinventing the 'Mistake on the Lake'.
Philip Dodd visits the US rust-belt city of Cleveland.
Landmark: Iris Murdoch's The Sovereignty of Good
Matthew Sweet and guests on Iris Murdoch's thought and writing 100 years on from her birth
Caine Prize, Ivo van Hove, Female desire
Shahidha Bari looks at staging Ayn Rand's ideas and meets the 2019 Caine Prize winner.
An insider's view of war
Ex-marine and journalist Elliot Ackerman on al-Qaeda and the Iraq War.
Camille Paglia in conversation with Philip Dodd about free speech and feminism.
New angles on post-war Germany and Austria
Anne McElvoy with Florian Huber, Sophie Hardach, Adam Scovell and Tom Smith
Book Parts and Difficulty
Matthew Sweet looks at frontispieces, titles and marginalia, and hard texts.
Philip Dodd is in conversation with American author James Ellroy.
Ionica Adriana dives into the feast of arts and culture on offer in North Yorkshire.
Zere, ZVUK and Central Asia’s bold new voices
The stories of Zere, Dimash and ZVUK some of Central Asia bold new artistic voices.
Jackie Kay, Nish Kumar, Christopher Biggins, Blue Rose Code, Amy Lou, Arthur Smith, Clive Anderson
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Actually, Dora Maurer, Tea Obreht
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Actually, Dora Maurer, Tea Obreht and Sanditon on ITV.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt on their new film
Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt on starring in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood