To mark the end of David Dimbleby's time chairing Question Time, BBC Parliament rebroadcasts a classic edition from the archive from March 1997. Show more
Espionage tale about a British agent who uncovers - and attempts to foil - a Russian plot to set off a nuclear bomb near a US air base on British soil. Show more
Libby Purves meets writer Frederick Forsyth, entertainer Sir Bruce Forsyth, costumier Tim Angel and stonemason Louise Tiplady. Show more
Writer and DJ Stuart Maconie, elephant conservationist Saba Douglas-Hamilton, Blue Peter presenter Radzi Chinyanganya and bestselling author Frederick Forsyth's Inheritance Tracks. Show more
Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Liz Kendall and Michael Portillo. They are joined by Tim Marshall for a look at Russia, the US and the new world order. Show more
Julian Fellowes is joined by Sid Waddell, Frederick Forsyth, Eve Pollard and Simon Hoggart in the panel game that promotes proper punctuation.
Matthew Sweet presents. With Frederick Forsyth talking about spy fiction and fact, plus a discussion about emotions with Tiffany Watt-Smith, Susie Orbach and Thomas Dixon. Show more
Interviews with key newsmakers and cultural figures. Andrew is joined by George Osborne MP, John McDonnell MP and author Frederick Forsyth, with music from Aurora. Show more
Blockbuster author Frederick Forsyth explains why he's written a poem in tribute to the soldiers of the Somme, and soprano Melissa Alder sings a version specially set to music.
Obituary. Matthew Bannister remembers Glyndebourne owner Sir George Christie, Virgin Soldiers author Leslie Thomas, literary agent Deborah Rogers and tennis player Elena Baltacha. Show more