Lawrence Dallaglio, former captain of the England rugby team, joins with leading sports writer Owen Slot, as they analyse the inside story of England’s historic 2003 Rugby World Cup win – just in time for Rugby World Cup 2023.
Richard Harries describes the research for his latest book 'Majesty', an anthology of paintings, quotations and reflection, published in honour of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the anniversary of her death on 8 September last year.
Hannah Rothschild talks about her latest novel, a clearsighted comedy of English manners, morals and mayhem as an old-style aristocratic dynasty tries to find its way in the modern world of finance, crime and backstreet deals.
Sam Delaney openly discusses mental health and addiction. He meets Irvine Welsh, author of the infamous novel 'Trainspotting', to talk about men and mental health without using psychobabble, moralising, victimhood or judging.
Award-winning political journalist and broadcaster Robert Peston discusses his latest novel 'The Crash' with Chris Blackhurst. The second Gil Peck novel, The Crash is an exhilarating political thriller set against the 2008 financial crisis.
Top features writer Ysenda Maxtone Graham and bestselling author of the Emmy Lake Chronicles, AJ Pearce, meet for a witty and thoughtful discussion about the ever-changing world of women at work and ‘Jobs for the Girls’.
Leo McKinstry and Joshua Levine debate the heroes of World War II – from forgotten pilots of the maritime wing of the RAF to the world-famous SAS, pioneering risk-takers of a radically new form of warfare.
Simon talks about his research into one of the most unsettling times in Britain, the interwar years of 1919 – 1939, an era marked by political upheaval, monarchical crisis, deep social division and change.
As a physicist and oceanographer, Helen gives a fascinating insight into the powerful and dynamic force of the ocean, its vast power and how it impacts the natural world and society. As a world class British sailor, Tracy Edwards brings a different perspective.