Compiled by Poly Gianniba
Tuesday April 3
10pm on BBC Radio 3: Night Waves, as part of its International Review Edition, talks about the ways Shakespeare is understood and performed around the world.
Thursday April 5
11:30am on BBC Radio 4: Word for Word explores verbatim theatre, from its origins in Stoke on Trent half a century ago to Tricycle Theatre's production of The Riots.
Friday April 6
10pm on BBC Radio 2 Arts Show: Anna Chancellor and Nicholas Farrell are interviewed about the double bill of Terence Rattigan's The Browning Version and David Hare's South Downs that transfer from Chichester to the West End. And actor James Alexandrou talks about starring in the Hull Truck Theatre production of Dennis Kelly's DNA.
Sunday April 8
10:30pm on BBC4: Passion in Port Talbot, documentary about the production of The Passion, directed and starring Michael Sheen. The documentary has been shown in BBC One Wales before, but it's the first showing in a channel broadcasting UK wide.
Catch up on iplayer
Alan Aycbourn being interviewed at Hardtalk
A Gujarati company bringing their adaptation of All's Well That Ends Well to London's Globe Theatre, and featured at BBC World Service's The Strand.