Adrian Scarborough and Stanley Townsend talk about the play and their roles.
3pm, Friday 21 March
Actor Sue Johnston, and playwrights Jim Cartwright (Road) and Simon Stephens (Port) discuss the influence of Shelagh Delaney’s play A Taste of Honey.
10.30am, Saturday 22 March
The actor talks to David Cohen about I Know Nothing, charting his journey from Berlin childhood to Fawlty Towers mayhem.
6pm, Thursday 27 March
The actor Murray Melvin, who played Geoffrey in the original production in 1958 and the film in 1961, talks about A Taste of Honey with Michael Billington.
6pm, Friday 28 March
The legendary playwright discusses his work, marking the revival of his macabre comedy, A Small Family Business.
6pm, Thursday 10 April
The director talks about the new production of Alan Ayckbourn’s play.
6pm, Tuesday 15 April
Anthony and Ben Holden introduce readings from poems which move a host of eminent men, including Melvyn Bragg, Ian McEwan, Mike Leigh, Simon McBurney, Ben Okri, Simon Russell Beale and Simon Schama.
6pm, Tuesday 29 April
In celebration of his 25 glorious years with Private Eye, Craig Brown and guests present a parodic One-Stop Literary Festival.
6pm, Friday 9 May
Kenneth Cranham is among the guests reading WWI poetry, and Josephine Hart’s potent introductions.
6pm, Friday 16 May
The later work of Sean O'Casey is explored by Mairead Delaney, Wayne Jordan, PJ Mathews and James Moran, with readings by NT actors.
10.30am, Saturday 17 May