181 Keira Knightley, Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, Costa Poetry Winner2019-01-08 20:03:00
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182 Charlie Brooker on Bandersnatch, Sophie Raworth reveals the Costa Book Award Winners2019-01-07 20:11:00
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183 Robert Zemeckis, Poet Laureate, The Victorian House of Arts and Crafts2019-01-04 19:59:00
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184 Brexit: The Uncivil War, JD Salinger Centenary, Tracy-Ann Oberman2019-01-03 20:06:00
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185 Olivia Colman, Luther, Surgery and embroidery2019-01-02 19:57:00
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186 Keeley Hawes2019-01-01 20:00:00
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187 Cultural Quiz of the Year2018-12-31 20:28:00
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188 An appreciation of the late Amos Oz the Israeli novelist who died today2018-12-28 20:08:00
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189 As a generation of choreographers pass, we hear from the new generation rising2018-12-27 20:00:00
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190 Slow radio: Land artist Chris Drury's Morecambe Bay project2018-12-26 19:45:00
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191 Choirs - a celebration of singing together2018-12-25 19:16:00
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192 Les Misérables discussed by Andrew Davies, adapter of a new TV version2018-12-24 20:00:00
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193 Ben Elton on Shakespeare, Call to Action Art, Vanessa Kisuule2018-12-21 20:01:00
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194 Lin-Manuel Miranda in Mary Poppins Returns, Hip Hop Musicals, Richard Sherman2018-12-20 20:04:00
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195 Eileen Atkins, Penny Marshall remembered, The Shining, Sister Bliss2018-12-19 19:59:00
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196 John Malkovich on playing Poirot, Why we cry at films, True crime podcasts2018-12-18 19:59:00
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John Malkovich on playing Poirot, Why we cry at films, True crime podcasts

Actor and director John Malkovich discusses foreign accents and facial hair with Kirsty as he explains what drew him to taking on the role of famed Belgian detective Hercule Poirot in The ABC Murders, the latest BBC One dramatization of Agatha Christie's novels by writer Sarah Phelps. As Christmas approaches with films like It's a Wonderful Life back in cinemas and Love Actually on the TV schedules film critic Hannah McGill and Thomas Dixon, author of Weeping Britannia, discuss what makes a good weepie and why do we like to cry at films? Part of Front Row's ongoing series on the relationship between the arts and mental health. True crime podcasts have captivated listeners around the world, with the first series of Serial about the murder of a high school student acting establishing what is now a significant part of the podcast landscape. Crime novelist Mark Billingham discusses the rise and rise of the genre from Atlanta Monster to Death in Ice Valley and most recently the Australian hit The Teacher's Pet. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer : Dymphna Flynn…read more

197 The Archers' Canterbury Tales, Watership Down, Gremlins - alternative Christmas film, Putin and Rap2018-12-17 20:03:00
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198 Rita Ora, Writing About Sex, Die Hard at 302018-12-14 20:09:00
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199 Lee Mack, Magic Mike on stage, Prose poetry2018-12-13 20:00:00
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200 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Aquaman, Mike Bartlett2018-12-12 20:01:00
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