BBC Programme Chekhov, Anton (writer)
A Life of Chekhov - At the Tailor's
The 19-year-old studies to be a doctor and writes stories. With Andrew Scott.
A Life of Chekhov - His Sister Masha
A successful short story writer, Anton, aims to fix his relationship with his dad.
A Life of Chekhov - The Dead Pool
Anton is attracted to the daughter of the family's landlord. With Andrew Scott.
A Life of Chekhov - The Leave Taking
Dramatisation following the playwright's tough childhood to his late marriage.
A Life of Chekhov - The Trap Pony
Falling for actress Olga Knipper, the writer faces conflict with his sister Masha.
Anton Chekov's Uncle Vanya
The comic tragedy of lost hopes and stifled passion set in 1890s Russia.
Drama on 3 - The Cherry Orchard
Anton Chekhov's tale of a Russian family forced to sell their house and cherry orchard.
How Chekhov Speaks to Us
Penelope Wilton, Miriam Margolyes, Lynne Truss on how Chekhov's work still resonates.
Saturday Review - 30/01/2010
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by Natalie Haynes, Dreda Say Mitchell and Adam Mars Jones.
Stories by Anton Chekhov - A Play
She insists on showing him her terrible work. He takes drastic action.
Stories by Anton Chekhov - An Incident
Two children. Two pets. One stranger. Then a small domestic disaster.
Stories by Anton Chekhov - Bad Weather
Or to put it another way, what has the husband been up to in Moscow?
Stories by Anton Chekhov - Ivan Matveyitch
An old academic and a young boy. A topsy-turvy friendship, but it endures.
Stories by Anton Chekhov - The Old House
The landlord shows us one of his properties. The memories are traumatic.
Sunday Feature - Seven and a Half Years
Susannah Clapp explores Chekhov's obsession with memory and being forgotten.
The Essay - Chekhov Essays - Andrew Hilton
Andrew Hilton reveals the lesson he learned while directing Chekhov's Uncle Vanya.
The Essay - Chekhov Essays - Ruth Thomas
Young short story writer Ruth Thomas explains how she came to love Chekhov's work.
The Essay - Chekhov Essays - Simon Russell Beale
Simon Russell Beale on how performing in Chekhov's The Seagull changed his entire career.
The Essay - Chekhov Essays - Timberlake Wertenbaker
Timberlake Wertenbaker on what she has learned from Chekhov in terms of theatre craft.
The Essay - Chekhov Essays - Xiaolu Guo
Chinese writer and film-maker Xiaolu Guo reflects on her personal debt to Chekhov.
The House That Chekhov Built
Michael Pennington visits the house in which Chekhov wrote his greatest works.
The Verb - Live from Broadcasting House
Ian McMillan presents a special edition from the BBC Radio Theatre.
The Write Stuff - Series 9 - Anton Chekhov
James Walton chairs. With John Walsh, Lynne Truss, Peter Kemp and Tibor Fischer.
Woman's Hour Drama - About Love - Rothschild's Violin
A story of regret about a coffin maker whose wife of 50 years is taken seriously ill.
Woman's Hour Drama - About Love - The Black Monk
A haunting story of love, obsession and the supernatural.
Woman's Hour Drama - About Love - The Huntsman
A haunting tale of unrequited love.
Woman's Hour Drama - About Love - The Lady with the Little Dog
A beautiful tale of love and betrayal.
Woman's Hour Drama - About Love - The Man in a Case
A repressed schoolmaster has marriage on his mind.
Words and Music - Sons of Russia
Mackenzie Crook and Jason Isaacs explore male fragility in Russian literature.