BBC Programme Austen, Jane (writer)
Afternoon Play - A City Full of Swindlers
By Jenny Howarth. Jane Austen's sister narrates the shocking story of her aunt's arrest.
Book of the Week - Jane's Fame - Episode 1
Jane was an ambitious young woman, keenly attuned to the literary world of her time.
Book of the Week - Jane's Fame - Episode 2
Jane's last years were a period of concentrated writing and business with publishers.
Book of the Week - Jane's Fame - Episode 3
Interest in Austen flared up with her nephew's publication of the first biography in 1870.
Book of the Week - Jane's Fame - Episode 4
By the early 1900s, the cult of 'Divine Jane' had seized Britain and America.
Book of the Week - Jane's Fame - Episode 5
Today we are witness to the spectacle of Austen being marketed as a global brand.
From Jean Brodie to Carrie Bradshaw: Spinsters in Popular Culture
Ann Widdecombe explores how single women have been depicted in popular culture.
In Our Time - Epistolary Literature
Melvyn Bragg discusses epistolary literature from Aphra Benn to Les Liaisons Dangereuses
In Our Time - Sensibility
Melvyn Bragg examines the ideas behind the 18th century literary cult of sensibility.
Janet Todd celebrates Jane Austen's surprisingly neglected early works.
Open Book - 19/04/2009
Mariella Frostrup talks to US crime writer Elmore Leonard about his new novel.
The iPod Series - Jane Austen's iPod
Jazz singer Gwyneth Herbert performs Jane Austen's favourite songs.
Today - 08/04/2009
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Woman's Hour - 12/04/2010
Jane Garvey and her guests discuss the bicentenary of Jane Austen.