Janice Forsyth speaks to the publicist and writer described as the mastermind of Britpop.
Captain Corelli's Mandolin, Catch-22, and the man who shaped Britpop
Trevor Horn, Iain Glen, Gerda Stevenson, Jesse Malin and David Walliams
Trevor Horn looks back over his career and discusses his UK tour.
Toy Story 4 review, Edinburgh International Film Festival Opening Gala report
Film review day, including Toy Story 4, Brightburn and Boyz in the Wood.
Stephen Fry on his first UK tour in 40 years
Janice talks to Two Door Cinema Club about their new album and chats to Stephen Fry.
Mark Ronson on new album Late Night Feelings
Janice Forsyth talks to music producer Mark Ronson about his album Late Night Feelings.
The Proclaimers, Sheryl Crow Joe Stilgoe, Doc’n Roll Film Festival
Music and conversation with The Proclaimers and Sheryl Crow!
Danny Boyle and reviews of Yesterday, Apollo 11 and Robert the Bruce
Yesterday, Apollo 11 and Robert the Bruce are the films under review this week.
Moonlight Zoo live and The King and I
Janice looks ahead to this summer's music festivals with Jen Imrie and Jim Gellatly.
Howard Jacobson, Joan As Police Woman and Karl Whitney.
Janice Forsyth talks to Joan As Police Woman about her career retrospective album.
Lighthouse Family, Julie Fowlis and Karine Polwart, 400 Years of Collage
Lighthouse Family discuss their new album, plus Julie Fowlis and Karine Polwart.
Duncan Lamont tribute and Don't Look Now's cinematographer Tony Richmond
Janice has live music from Stuart Nisbet and we hear about Stirling Bridge Arts Festival.
Martin Boyce, Karen Campbell and Linda McCartney retrospective
Janice Forsyth speaks to artist Martin Boyce and novelist Karen Campbell.
Wet Wet Wet and Kit de Waal
Summer reading recommendations.
Film reviews, Cressida Cowell and Simon Fowler
Film reviews of the weekend's releases, plus new Children's Laureate Cressida Cowell.
Grant Hutchison and Andy Monaghan; TRNSMT festival
The Girl Who Cried Wolf perform live music and Paul English and Jen Imrie review TRNSMT.
Comedian Gary Meikle and Ed Sheeran album review
Davina and the Vagabonds join Grant ahead of their Edinburgh Jazz festival performance.
Dolly Alderton and Clare Mackintosh
Dolly Alderton and Clare Mackintosh talk about books they love to Harriett Gilbert.
Tyne Daly on her stellar acting career, including the infamous 'Cagney and Lacey'
Philip Glass and Phelim McDermott, Political knitting, Black women in theatre, Statues of performers
The power of knitting as protest and a huge statue of Ed Sheeran is unveiled in Moscow.
Camille Paglia in conversation with Philip Dodd about free speech and feminism.
The Meaning of Sam
Michael Goldfarb explores the mise-en-scène filmwork of Sam Peckinpah.