41 Cate Blanchett, Priscilla Presley, Arts Manifestos2017-11-20 19:57:00
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42 Fenella Fielding, Gluck, Mona Arshi, Call of Duty2017-11-17 20:21:00
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43 Noel Gallagher, Poets in Zimbabwe, Surrealism in Egypt2017-11-16 20:17:00
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44 Robert Pattinson, Ian McMillan, the voice behind the puppet, Goldsmiths Prize winner2017-11-15 19:53:00
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45 Dee Rees, Pussy Riot, Theatre governance2017-11-14 20:10:00
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46 Annette Bening, Music managers, Drama podcast review2017-11-13 20:08:00
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47 Sheridan Smith, Fred D'Aguiar, Maxine Peake play, UNESCO Creative Cities2017-11-10 20:23:00
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48 Christian Slater and Sam Yates, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, Ivor Wood2017-11-09 19:57:00
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49 Hugh Grant, Stephen Fry, Hollywood and homosexuality2017-11-08 20:11:00
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50 Front Row2017-11-07 20:09:00
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51 Kenneth Lonergan on Howards End, The Florida Project, Artists as curators2017-11-06 20:01:00
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52 Modern fairytales with Joanne Harris and Jonathan Coe; Call Me by Your Name; Catalonian culture2017-11-03 20:09:00
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53 Kenneth Branagh, Keeping TV secrets, Josie Lawrence, Parents in film2017-11-02 19:55:00
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54 Tracey Emin, Minette Walters, Gauguin biopic2017-11-01 20:20:00
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55 Lisette Oropesa, Richard Flanagan, Kate MccGwire2017-10-31 20:02:00
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56 Bill Bailey, Philip Pullman, Alias Grace2017-10-30 20:06:00
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57 Annie Leibovitz, Andy Serkis, David Bomberg2017-10-27 19:05:00
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Annie Leibovitz, Andy Serkis, David Bomberg

Annie Leibovitz looks back at her career of nearly 50 years, in which she's photographed many of the world's leaders, celebrities and the Royal Family. With the publication of her book Annie Leibovitz Portraits 2005-2016 she reflects on the turbulent decade and how that has informed her more recent work. Andy Serkis discusses his directorial debut, Breathe, the true story of Robin Cavendish. At 28, Cavendish was paralysed from the neck down after contracting polio. With his wife Diana, he went on to revolutionise what was possible for many severely disabled people. David Bomberg was one of the great artists of the 20th century. 60 years on from the artist's death and as a new exhibition of his work opens at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, Richard Cork explains Bomberg's significance. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Sarah Johnson.…read more

58 Stranger Things 2, Richard Bean on Young Marx, The Essay2017-10-26 19:16:00
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59 Women and Sexism in the Arts2017-10-25 19:19:00
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60 Taika Waititi on Thor, Art in the Age of Terror, David Adjaye, Eisenstein's October2017-10-24 18:58:00
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