181 Difficult comedy audiences, Netflix v cinema?, Honey Boy, Romesh Gunesekera2019-12-03 19:58:00
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182 Edward Norton, Elizabeth is Missing, artist Luke Jerram2019-12-02 19:58:00
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183 The Boy in the Dress, Turner Prize Shortlisted Artists, The First Nowell2019-11-29 20:01:00
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184 Atlantics, Scheherazade and 1001 Nights, Political parties' arts manifestos2019-11-28 20:01:00
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185 Tributes to Clive James and Sir Jonathan Miller2019-11-27 20:03:00
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186 Costa Book Prize shortlist, Rian Johnson on Knives Out, art theft2019-11-26 19:57:00
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187 Rapper Wretch 32, Hamlet on the Faroe Islands, Blue Story controversy2019-11-25 19:58:00
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188 Coldplay and Leonard Cohen albums, Norman Cornish, Roy Chubby Brown controversy2019-11-22 19:58:00
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189 Harriet, Les Misérables and social realist films, risk in publishing, street art2019-11-21 20:09:00
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190 Frozen's Idina Menzel, Dora Maar, power in publishing2019-11-20 19:56:00
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191 Taylor Swift rights row, RJ Palacio, Nan Goldin and Judy Chicago reviewed, Le Mans '66 reviewed, Amazon's impact on publishing2019-11-19 19:58:00
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192 Dear Evan Hansen, Emmanuel Jal, How to Make a Living as a Writer2019-11-18 20:02:00
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Dear Evan Hansen, Emmanuel Jal, How to Make a Living as a Writer

Dear Evan Hansen is the Tony award winning musical about a socially anxious teenager who, via a web of lies, gets caught up in social media adulation following a classmate’s suicide. As the musical opens in London’s West End amidst much anticipation, co-creator Steven Levenson talks about turning such a sensitive story into a life affirming show. We speak to former child soldier, Sudanese hip-hop star Emmanuel Jal, about his fifth album, Naath, a collaboration with his sister who lives in Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya. Emmanuel performs a track from the album which combines afrobeats with folklore offering an alternative perception of life in South Sudan. As the busiest month of the publishing calendar begins, two seasoned insiders will be giving us their perspective on the state of the book world every day this week, from the arrival of Amazon in 1995 to the continuing popularity of the printed page in the digital age. Today, agent and former publisher Clare Alexander, and John Mitchinson, co-founder of the crowdfunding publisher Unbound, consider how feasible it is to make a living as a writer today. And we pay tribute to Terry O'Neill, the photographer whose iconic images documented the fashions, styles, and celebrities of the 1960s, hearing from O'Neill himself in an interview with John Wilson from Front Row in 2010. If you've been affected by any issue raised in this programme, information and support can be found on this website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4WLs5NlwrySXJR2n8Snszdg/emotional-distress-information-and-support Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Simon Richardson…read more

193 Northern Ballet at 50, Art B&B, Iced Bodies2019-11-15 20:00:00
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194 Floods and art, Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries, Tom Rosenthal2019-11-14 20:12:00
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195 Tobias Menzies plays Prince Philip; Six, a musical about the wives of Henry VIII; and Rapman2019-11-13 20:01:00
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196 Lorna May Wadsworth, Marriage Story, My Mother Said I Never Should, I Feel Pretty2019-11-12 19:57:00
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197 War Of The Worlds re-imagined, Stephen Bourne- Playing Gay, Museum Funding2019-11-11 19:53:00
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198 Emilio Estevez, 100 Novels That Shaped Our World, David Attenborough's Gamelan music2019-11-08 19:55:00
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199 Emilia Clarke on Last Christmas, Theatre ceiling collapse, End of the F***ing World returns2019-11-07 19:54:00
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200 Alison Balsom, Fez, Robert MacFarlane2019-11-06 19:57:00
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