Arts news, reviews and interviews. Razia Iqbal talks with Fiona Shaw about her role in the new play The Testament of Mary, by Colm Toibin. Show more
Fiona Shaw plays a music teacher striving for the impossible - the perfect sound. Her chosen student cannot believe her luck. But the lesson soon becomes her worst nightmare. Show more
After the events at Jósefváros, Emma’s hopes are dashed. In the present day, Kamilla and her husband lead Julien and Emma to a dramatic discovery.
Christopher Eccleston stars in Anthony Burgess's adaptation of the great tragedy of Oedipus. A radio debut co-starring Fiona Shaw, Don Warrington and Adjoa Andoh. Show more
Anne Robinson is joined by chef Rick Stein and actor Fiona Shaw, who pick their favourite books and discuss why they have been important to them throughout their lives. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Marion and Richard's perfect garden is thrown into chaos when a mysterious hand emerges from their hedge. Stars Fiona Shaw. Show more
Mark Kermode takes part in a movie marathon of short film screenings, Hansel of Film, a relay race of short film screenings taking place around the UK. Show more
An exciting story read by a special guest. Fiona Shaw reads Billy's Bucket, by Kes Gray and Garry Parsons.
An exciting story read by a special guest. Fiona Shaw reads Bridget Fidget Hold on Tight, by Joe Berger.
An exciting story read by a special guest. Fiona Shaw reads Hold on Tight Stripy Horse, by Jim Helmore.
An exciting story read by a special guest. Fiona Shaw reads The Great Monster Hunt, by Norbert Landa.
An exciting story read by a special guest. Fiona Shaw reads The Night Iceberg, by Helen Stephens.
Roger McGough presents poetry old and new, happy and sad and everything in between. Poetry from UA Fanthorpe, Robert Frost, Ben Jonson and Wilfred Owen. Show more
Roger McGough presents a selection of poetry written by women including Charlotte Mew, Wendy Cope, and Maya Angelou reading her own work in a recording from the archives. Show more
Roger McGough with poetry of love, hate and everything in between on this Valentine's edition of Poetry Please. Featured poets include Harold Pinter, Carol Ann Duffy and WB Yeats. Show more
Following the success of the 2007 series, the team returned for three months in 2008 to witness the new life-and-death issues faced by the Helen House families and staff. Show more
Simon Schama celebrates the life and work of love poet John Donne, looking at how Donne has transformed English poetry through his emotional honesty and skilled use of language. Show more