Mary Beard is joined by guests Jeanette Winterson and Val McDermid to discuss the posthumous reputations of writers and artists. Show more
Regular team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Victoria Coren Mitchell and panellists Richard Osman and Val McDermid.
The extended version of the news quiz. Regular captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by guest host Victoria Coren Mitchell and panellists Richard Osman and Val McDermid. Show more
Val McDermid is at the Edinburgh International Books Festival where she talks to Paul Auster about 4 3 2 1, and to Denise Mina about The Long Drop. Sam Lee performs. Show more
Celebrating 30 years of Jenni Murray presenting Woman's Hour. Plus classical pianist Beatrice Rana, preparing for university and the legacy of US feminist Kate Millett. Show more
What makes East Dunbartonshire the best place overall to be a woman? We hear your views about where you live and discuss how your hometown can shape your life. Show more
Alan Yentob explores the enthralling world of female crime fiction in the company of some of its best-selling authors, including Patricia Cornwell, Val McDermid and Paula Hawkins. Show more
David Dimbleby presents topical debate from Newcastle. The panel includes Emily Thornberry, Tim Farron, Val McDermid and Rod Liddle. Show more
David Dimbleby chairs topical debate from Glasgow.
Matthew Bannister on IRA leader and politician Martin McGuinness, musician Chuck Berry, poet Sir Derek Walcott, Ebola survivor Salome Karwah, writer Colin Dexter. Show more
Mike Bartlett on his TV drama series Trauma, Bridget Lawless and Val McDermid discuss the Staunch Book Prize, and artist Cornelia Parker on her coverage of the 2017 election. Show more
Jo Coburn and Andrew Neil are joined by Iain Duncan Smith to discuss EU migration, benefits sanctions and meritocracy. Show more
Celebrity quiz. Actress Crissy Rock, Paralympian Hannah Cockroft, entertainment correspondent Lizo Mzimba and crime writer Val McDermid answer questions from John Humphrys. Show more
Magazine arts show. Is fiction the best way to access the truth? Val McDermid explores the relationship between fiction, video games and crime documentary. Show more