Reviewing AO Scott's Better Living through Criticism, High-Rise, Jane Horrocks in If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Charlotte Bronte in London, and Russian artworks at London's NPG. Show more
Who are the women voting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump? Plus Persian cook and food writer, Sabrina Ghayour, cooks stir-fried tangy prawns. Show more
Actress Jodie Foster on her latest project directing George Clooney. What is the appeal of Donald Trump to female voters? Sabrina Ghayour cooks the perfect tangy prawns. Show more
The Secret Theatre at the Globe, Paul Theroux's latest novel Mother Land, an exhibition of work by designer Erte, American indie film Beach Rats, documentary Joe Orton Laid Bare. Show more
Psychological thriller. When a scientist meets an enigmatic stranger, she is shocked by the passion he awakens in her. However, she gradually begins to suspect more is at play. Show more
John Boyega in Woyzeck, Aki Kaurasmaki's The Other Side of Hope, Handmaid's Tale on Channel 4, Elif Batuman's novel The Idiot, California Designing Freedom exhibition. Show more
Rebecca Jones talks to writer James Patterson about his plans to transform people's reading habits.
Eleanor Catton's Booker-shortlisted The Luminaries, Australia at the Royal Academy, and Sheridan Smith and David Walliams in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Show more
A profile of Thokozile Masipa, the ground-breaking female judge in the Oscar Pistorius trial, by BBC Southern Africa correspondent Nomsa Maseko. Jenni Murray presents. Show more
Haifaa al-Mansour on Wadjda, exercise during pregnancy, and why are women in literature always punished for infidelity? Samantha Bond and Louise Doughty discuss with Jenni Murray. Show more
James Naughtie speaks to the author Louise Doughty about her book Black Water.
Psychological thriller. A devastated Yvonne confides in a former lover and is plunged from one nightmare into another. Show more
Christopher Plummer on stepping in for Kevin Spacey in All the Money in the World and Helen Dunmore's posthumous collection Inside the Wave wins the Costa Poetry Award 2017. Show more
Australia moves to ban 'voluntourism' in orphanages in developing countries. Plus why female social influencers are earning more than men, and Lord of the Flies. Show more
Finborough Theatre's Trackers of Oxyrhynchus, Jodorowsky's Endless Poetry, BBC TV Taboo, Emily Fridlund's History of Wolves, On Kosovo Field a radio drama with music by PJ Harvey. Show more
Richard Linklater's Boyhood, Linda Grant's Upstairs at the Party, Intimate Apparel at London's Park Theatre, BBC 3's People Just Do Nothing, Sikhs in WW1 at SOAS. Show more
The week's cultural highlights, including a look at wonder.land, Grandma, Nureyev, Adam Roberts and the Victoria and Albert Museum Europe Galleries. Show more
New Zealand film Hunt for The Wilderpeople, Eimear McBride's novel The Lesser Bohemians, Bedlam at The Wellcome, National Treasure on Channel 4, The RSC's production of Dr Faustus. Show more
Louise Doughty talks to Mariella Frostrup about her thriller Apple Tree Yard, plus exploring Balkan literature, and news of the first pan-African prize for debut novelists. Show more
Psychological thriller. Yvonne's life is turned upside down yet again.