261 Oscar Nominations 20192019-01-22 20:44:00
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262 Nicole Kidman, Fanny Hill, Women artists2019-01-21 20:00:00
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263 Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright MP, Radio Breakfast Shows, Chigozie Obioma2019-01-18 19:58:00
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264 Brexit and the arts, Diane Setterfield, Charlie Luxton on beautiful buildings, composer Du Yun2019-01-17 19:56:00
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265 Film director M Night Shyamalan, DH Lawrence as dramatist, New work by Bridget Riley2019-01-16 19:59:00
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266 Steve Carell, Brian Tyler, London Borough of Culture2019-01-15 19:54:00
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267 Octavian, The Killing creator Soren Sveistrup, TS Eliot Prize-winner2019-01-14 20:16:00
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268 Steve Coogan and John C Reilly, Costa First Novel winner Stuart Turton2019-01-11 19:57:00
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269 Hugh Jackman on The Front Runner, Costa Biography Award winner Bart van Es, Da Vinci loan refusal2019-01-10 19:55:00
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270 Comedian Nish Kumar, Acoustics in architecture, 2018 Costa Children’s Book Award winner Hilary McKay2019-01-09 20:07:00
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271 Keira Knightley, Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, Costa Poetry Winner2019-01-08 20:03:00
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Keira Knightley, Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, Costa Poetry Winner

Keira Knightley discusses her new film about the celebrated French Belle Epoque author Colette, whose bestselling Claudine novels explored teenage sexuality and were inspired by her own life. Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan return with the BAFTA award-winning comedy series Catastrophe on Channel 4. Since becoming pregnant after a fast-moving romance in the show's first episode, the couple's life together has continued to spiral out of control, culminating at the end of series three with Rob succumbing to his alcoholism and being involved in a drink-driving incident. The pair discuss what it's like to star in and write the dark comedy. Front Row has announced the winners of the Costa Book Awards 2018 this week. J.O. Morgan talks about Assurances, winner of the poetry category, his single long poem which runs through the Cold War, depicting the airborne nuclear deterrent in which his father, an RAF officer, was involved. It features passages in verse and others in what the poet calls not prose but unverse, and it is told through several voices – communications experts, civilians and even the atomic bomb itself. Presenter : Samira Ahmed Producer : Dymphna Flynn…read more

272 Charlie Brooker on Bandersnatch, Sophie Raworth reveals the Costa Book Award Winners2019-01-07 20:11:00
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273 Robert Zemeckis, Poet Laureate, The Victorian House of Arts and Crafts2019-01-04 19:59:00
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274 Brexit: The Uncivil War, JD Salinger Centenary, Tracy-Ann Oberman2019-01-03 20:06:00
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275 Olivia Colman, Luther, Surgery and embroidery2019-01-02 19:57:00
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276 Keeley Hawes2019-01-01 20:00:00
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277 Cultural Quiz of the Year2018-12-31 20:28:00
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278 An appreciation of the late Amos Oz the Israeli novelist who died today2018-12-28 20:08:00
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279 As a generation of choreographers pass, we hear from the new generation rising2018-12-27 20:00:00
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280 Slow radio: Land artist Chris Drury's Morecambe Bay project2018-12-26 19:45:00
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