Live current affairs debate programme. On the night that BBC Three broadcasts Give it Up for Comic Relief, Free Speech asks if addiction is a medical or criminal issue. Show more
With Irish boy band Boyzone, cult comedy duo Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding and campaigning ethical chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, and there's music from Kate Nash. Show more
An all-star cast of pop and rock stars share their memories from before they made it in the music industry. Show more
Neurologist Baroness Susan Greenfield on her first novel 2121, CPS annual report on violence against women, international family planning, and Kate Nash sings live in the studio. Show more
Music from Kate Nash, campaigning for girls' education on Malala Day, the impact of ovarian cancer treatment on your sex life, and is it time for a women's Tour de France? Show more
Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton present a serving of mouthwatering recipes, classic TV and chat, with guests Kyran Bracken and Kate Nash. Show more
Lee Miller and Surrealism in Britain at the Hepworth Wakefield, English singer Kate Nash on her role in the wrestling TV drama GLOW, and pop-up arts in the UK. Show more
Jools Holland introduces archive footage from three of the stars of 2008 as Mika, Kate Nash and Adele perform in the Later studio.
Comedy. When Roman lad Atti offends edgy Emperor Nero, he is drafted to fight in far-flung Britain where local Celt lass Orla itches to join Boudicca’s uprising against the occupying legions.