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562 Harry Price: Ghost Hunter, Poets as novelists, Rosie Hood, The Haunting of Hill House2015-12-15 20:00:00
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563 Grandma, Val Wood, Theatrical wigs, Best stand-up comedy DVDs2015-12-11 19:59:00
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564 Christopher Ricks on TS Eliot, Arthur Miller play premier, Top picks for non-fiction books of 20152015-12-10 20:02:00
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565 Peter Mullan, Peggy Guggenheim, Transparent2015-12-10 16:45:00
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566 Andrew Graham-Dixon on the Mona Lisa, David Bowie's Lazarus and Andrew Lloyd Webber's School of Rock open in New York2015-12-08 19:54:00
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567 Jim Broadbent and Patrick Barlow, Victoria and Albert New Galleries, By the Sea, TV box sets2015-12-07 20:30:00
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568 John Constable, Frank Sinatra, The art of animation, Poetic performance enhancers2015-12-04 19:45:00
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569 Carlos Acosta, Sheridan Smith's Funny Girl, Gregory Porter2015-12-03 19:57:00
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570 A Very Murray Christmas, Conductor Xian Zhang, Macbeth at Young Vic, Big Bang show2015-12-02 18:28:00
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571 Queen Anne, John Napier, Google Cultural Institute, Sunset Song2015-12-01 19:58:00
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Queen Anne, John Napier, Google Cultural Institute, Sunset Song

Kate Williams, author of historical novel The Edge of the Fall, reviews Queen Anne, a new play by Helen Edmundson at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford. Theatre designer John Napier is behind the iconic shows Cats, Miss Saigon and Les Miserables. As he puts on his first major exhibition in his 50 year career he discusses his influences and his approach to design. Google has announced partnerships with performing arts institutions across the world as part of their project, the Google Cultural Institute. Oliver Franklin-Wallis from Wired magazine tells us what's in it for Google. Sunset Song is the new film directed by Terence Davies. Adapted from the classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, it's the story of a Scottish crofter's daughter who comes of age in the early 1900s and stars Agyness Deyn. Hannah McGill reviews. This year's Man Booker winner Marlon James has said the books market is dominated by white middle class readers demanding stories of 'personal ennui'. Crystal Mahey-Morgan discusses how publishers respond to readers when commissioning novels. Presenter : Kirsty Lang Producer : Dymphna Flynn.…read more

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573 Richard Eyre on Ibsen, Ancient Greek drama and PTSD, Vivien Duffield2015-11-27 19:58:00
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574 William Hill Sports Book of the Year, Simon Callow, Michael Oglesby2015-11-26 19:53:00
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575 Black Mass, The Homecoming at 50, Peter Bazalgette on arts funding, Paul Ruddock2015-11-25 19:55:00
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576 Elisabeth Frink, Quentin Letts, Lloyd Dorfman2015-11-24 19:45:00
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577 Steven Spielberg, Artist and Empire, Hannah Rothschild2015-11-23 19:55:00
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578 Emile Zola Special: JR, Michel Houellebecq2015-11-20 19:45:00
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579 Cate Blanchett, Enya, Bruntwood Prize winner2015-11-19 19:53:00
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580 Samuel Pepys, Jon Savage, Dana Fouras and Russell Maliphant2015-11-18 20:03:00
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