John Tusa interviews writer Muriel Spark about her long career.
John Tusa interviews war photographer Don McCullin.
John Tusa talks to artist Bill Viola about his work.
Gilbert and George
John Tusa talks to artists Gilbert and George about their work.
John Tusa talks to artist Richard Hamilton about his work.
John Tusa talks to playwright Tom Stoppard about his life and work.
John Tusa talks to director Bernardo Bertolucci about his work.
John Tusa talks to leading Dutch composer Louis Andriessen about his life and work.
John Tusa meets New York-based sculptor in steel Richard Serra.
I. M. Pei
John Tusa meets Chinese-American architect, I. M. Pei.
John Tusa interviews the British Abstract painter Bridget Riley.
John Tusa meets choreographer William Forsythe.
John Tusa meets the composer and director Heiner Goebbels.
John Tusa talks to artist Michael Craig-Martin.
John Tusa meets architect Renzo Piano.
John Tusa talks to sculptor Anthony Gormley.
John Tusa talks to sculptor Anish Kapor.
John Tusa meets the British theatre director Simon McBurney.
John Tusa meets the Israeli-born video artist, Michal Rovner.
John Tusa meets choreographer and dancer Merce Cunningham.
John Tusa meets the Turner prize-winning sculptor, Rachel Whiteread.
John Tusa talks to Irish poet Paul Muldoon.
John Tusa talks to director Atom Egoyan about his work.
John Tusa talks to playwright Michael Frayn about his work.
John Tusa talks to artist David Hockney about his work.
Edmund De Waal
John Tusa meets British potter Edmund De Waal.
John Tusa interviews leading British playwright David Hare.
John Tusa talks to artist Luc Tuymans about his work.
John Tusa talks to architect Frank Gehry about his work.
John Tusa meets the Czech novelist Ivan Klima.
John Tusa talks to poet George Szirtes.
John Tusa talks to Tony Cragg about his work.
John Tusa talks to Canadian director and playwright Robert Lepage.
John Tusa talks to novelist William Trevor.
John Tusa talks to artist Mona Hatoum about her work.
John Tusa talks to Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.
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Richard Curtis: Writing Yesterday - Part one
Follow the hugely successful screenwriter as he crafts his new Beatles inspired film
Emily Segal and Neil Delamere join Sarah Brett
Sarah Brett is joined by presenter Emily Segal and comedian Neil Delamere.
Richard Curtis – Part one
Yasmeen Khan talks to screenwriter Richard Curtis about his latest film Yesterday