There’s a BOGOF deal on crime novelists this evening, with two classic interviews from the archive.

First up, in a film from 2004, Melvyn Bragg meets the prolific Ruth Rendell, who gave us Inspector Wexford as well as a series of dark psychological novels written under the name of Barbara Vine.

Then it’s the turn of Patricia Highsmith, the complex author of The Talented Mr Ripley and Strangers on a Train, in a chat from 1982.