181 Patti Smith, Tom Harper, Doctor Sleep reviewed2019-11-01 20:02:00
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182 Jack Thorne on His Dark Materials, Sorry We Missed You, Emily Howard2019-10-31 19:53:00
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183 Ian McKellen; theatre director Sarah Frankcom; Guilt reviewed2019-10-30 19:58:00
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184 Introducing New Artists from Devon2019-10-29 19:47:00
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185 David Baddiel, Apple TV+, Wellcome Collection's scary podcasts2019-10-28 19:56:00
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186 Harry Hill, Peter Brook, film podcasts2019-10-25 18:58:00
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187 24/10/20192019-10-24 18:56:00
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188 Bruce Springsteen's Western Stars, Harold Bloom, Islamic folios, new 'Monuments Men'2019-10-23 18:57:00
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189 Joy Labinjo, By The Grace of God reviewed, Alastair Sooke, actors doing other jobs2019-10-22 18:53:00
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190 David Attenborough's cameraman, Bridget Riley exhibition, Forward Poetry winner2019-10-21 19:02:00
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191 Scooby Doo at 50, Poetry in endangered languages, Composer Judith Weir2019-10-18 19:17:00
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192 Gavin Hood, Moving to Mars, Salvator Mundi, Winsome Pinnock & Amit Sharma2019-10-17 19:03:00
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193 Víkingur Ólafsson, social housing on screen, Hannah Khalil2019-10-16 18:54:00
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Víkingur Ólafsson, social housing on screen, Hannah Khalil

Having won several album of the year awards for his recording of works by J.S Bach, Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson performs and talks about reinventing Bach for a new generation. This year the highest accolade in British architecture, the Stirling Prize, has been awarded for the first time to a social housing development. Social housing as places of crime and deprivation have been commonplace in popular culture for decades, often at odds with the experience of people living there. Cultural commentator and film historian Matthew Sweet and architect Jo McCafferty look at how these spaces have been portrayed in a more positive light on screen. For most of the 20th century, The Iraq Museum was home to an enormous collection of artefacts from the ancient civilisations of the region. Following the US-led invasion in 2003, it’s estimated that around 15,000 objects were taken during mass looting, with many finding their way onto the black market. Hannah Khalil discusses her new play A Museum In Baghdad, which is set simultaneously in 1926 and 2006 – following British archaeologist and diplomat Gertrude Bell struggling to create the museum and her latter day counterpart Ghalia Hussein trying to restore its former glory. Presenter Samira Ahmed Producer Jerome Weatherald…read more

194 Aisling Bea, Booker Prize Double, Zawe Ashton2019-10-15 18:56:00
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195 Margaret Atwood book group, LA artist Mark Bradford, Peanut Butter Falcon review2019-10-14 18:55:00
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196 Sienna Miller, Elif Shafak, Giri/Haji2019-10-11 18:59:00
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197 When Mary Beard met Margaret Atwood2019-10-11 13:37:00
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198 Nobel Prizes in Literature, Goldie's Drum'n'Bass picks, artist Es Devlin2019-10-10 18:52:00
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199 Salman Rushdie, playwright Katori Hall, computer games tax avoidance2019-10-09 19:15:00
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200 Extinction Rebellion, Staging Shakespeare, Timothee Chalamet in The King, Dancer/choreographer Dada Masilo2019-10-08 18:55:00
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