Compiled by Poly Gianniba
Monday March 12
1:15pm on BBC Radio Scotland: The Book Café, David Hayman discusses his production of King Lear at Glasgow's Citizens Theatre.
7pm on Sky Arts 2: In Love with Coward, Sheila Hancock, Karen Gillan, Patricia Hodge, Craig Roberts, Celia Imrie and Robert Sheehan perform their favourite passages from the works of playwright Sir Noël Coward. For details of passages performed: http://skyarts.sky.com/in-love-with-coward
Tuesday March 13
7:15pm on BBC Radio 4: On Front Row, Playwright Helen Edmundson discusses her new play Mary Shelley, a co-production of Nottingham Playhouse Theatre, Shared Experience and West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Friday March 16
10pm on BBC Radio 2: BBC Radio 2 Arts Show, Iain Glen talks about starring in a new production of Uncle Vanya at The Print Room.
11pm on BBC2: The Review Show talks about DV8's controversial stage show Can We Talk About This?
Saturday March 17
10pm on BBC Radio 2: Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton are in the Graham Norton show to talk about their west end production of Sweeney Todd.
3pm on BBc Radio 2: Zach Braff talks to Dermot O'Leary about his play All New People.
Catch up on iPlayer
Night Waves: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b01cwq7j and Saturday Review: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01d0j15 both review Going Dark by the theatre company Sound and Fury as it is performed at Young Vic.
On Weekend Woman's Hour, Alison Steadman talks Abigail's Party 35 years on and Agyness Deyn on making her stage debut in The Leisure Society at the Trafalgar studios http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01d0g3n
British director John Tiffany talks to Front Row about the Broadway musical version of the film Once and how he's brought an Irish bar to the New York stage http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/b01d0j11