Andrew Marr celebrates the later life and works of Shakespeare with Simon Russell Beale, Jeanette Winterson, Dominic Dromgoole and Katherine Duncan-Jones. Show more
Author Jeanette Winterson and former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell join Anne Robinson to talk about their top five reads. Show more
Award-winning writer and author Jeanette Winterson delivers the 2018 Richard Dimbleby Lecture, examining both the contemporary and historical fight for the equality of women. Show more
Novelist Jeanette Winterson reads a letter from a mother to her daughter, inspired by Oscar Wilde's De Profundis. Show more
Mary Beard is joined by guests Jeanette Winterson and Val McDermid to discuss the posthumous reputations of writers and artists. Show more
Romantic film drama. 1957. Bound for England, a woman with dreams of becoming a pilot falls for a fellow passenger. Will the secret he is harbouring destroy their affair?
Author Jeanette Winterson talks to Jeremy Isaacs about her sexuality, her passionate love of language, writing about sex and her relationship with her parents.
4 Extra Debut. A unique coming of age story and a darkly funny tale of religious excess and human obsession. Starring Lesley Sharp. Show more
Now 16, Jeanette’s future as a budding missionary is called into question when she falls in love with one of her converts, Starring Lesley Sharp. Show more
David Dimbleby presents the topical debate from Swindon, with a panel including author Jeanette Winterson and philosopher Roger Scruton.
With Jenni Murray. An interview with Jeanette Winterson, the UK women being recruited by Islamic State, plus family annihilation and where are the women crossword compilers? Show more
Han-Na Chang on her conducting debut at the Proms, chef Tom Kerridge cooks the perfect Barnsley chop, and Jeanette Winterson on the impact of Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit. Show more
Jo Coburn is joined by writer Jeanette Winterson to discuss the day's political news, including the latest on the Scottish independence referendum.
David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Clacton-on-Sea in Essex, with a panel including Eric Pickles, Harriet Harman, Patrick O'Flynn, Malcolm Bruce and Jeanette Winterson. Show more
Arts news with John Wilson, including Goya: The Portraits at the National Gallery, Rod Stewart on his new album Another Country and Jeanette Winterson on her novel The Gap of Time. Show more
Andrew Marr discusses the poet George Herbert and prayer in a secular age, with biographer John Drury, composer Sir John Tavener and writer Jeanette Winterson. Show more
Jess meets Katy, who replaces Melanie in her affections. Her one true friend Elsie is ailing, and local undertaker Cissy Fields takes her in when Mother and flock disown her. Show more
Jeanette Winterson talks to Jenni about her new book, Christmas Days. Food memories, relationships, and why ghosts are so often associated with this time of year. Show more
A celebration of the LGBTQ community's contribution to the arts in Britain. Featuring interviews with leading figures from right across the arts in Britain. Show more
Matt Baker and Alex Jones are joined by Downton Abbey creator and writer Julian Fellowes. Miranda Krestovnikoff has an encounter with a friendly dolphin off the Cornish coast. Show more