This edition features Joy Division singer and songwriter Ian Curtis, who ended his life in 1980.
A selection from the best of the BBC's news reportage around the world.
Today's edition comes from Colchester, where the panellists, including Peter Ackroyd and Tracy Chevalier, discuss the different perspectives on history in literature. Hosted by Kate Mosse.
The series that profiles major figures in politics and the arts examines the reputation, life and work of Carla Del Ponte, chief prosecutor of the International War Crimes tribunal.
Stuart Maconie reviews the latest DVD releases.
Epic award-winning drama, directed by Edward Yang, about the members of a middle-class Taiwanese family as they undergo personal crises. A masterpiece of world cinema distilling a rich picture of life. Starring Nien-Jen Wu and Elaine Jin.
In English, Hokkien and Mandarin.
A three-part series examining the recent revolution in British contemporary art. Part one follows the rise to notoriety of Damien Hirst in the late 1980s. The series continues Friday 9pm.
The acclaimed Senegalese musician performs with his Dande Lenol band at the Union Chapel in Islington, London.
A look at some of the major news stories from around the world.