261 Denise Gough, Fairport Convention, Leonardo da Vinci2017-05-22 18:57:00
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262 Clive James, Netflix and Cannes, documentary maker Simon Chinn, Damien Hirst in Venice2017-05-19 18:59:00
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263 Engelbert Humperdinck on 50 years in music2017-05-18 18:54:00
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264 Guy Ritchie on King Arthur, Redwater and television spin-offs, our fascination with true crime dramas, From Shore to Shore2017-05-18 09:49:00
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265 Three Girls, Life of Galileo, Mark Bradford2017-05-16 19:00:00
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266 Conn Iggulden, Timberlake Wertenbaker and virtual reality on radio2017-05-15 19:18:00
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267 The 2017 Venice Biennale, with Phyllida Barlow at the British Pavilion2017-05-12 18:50:00
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268 Richard III at Hull Truck; Anne With An E; Amy Schumer in Snatched; Tony Kushner2017-05-11 19:05:00
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269 Director John Madden, Pultizer Prize-winning author Richard Ford, Voice coach Barbara Berkery, Edward Kemp, head of RADA2017-05-10 18:58:00
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270 King Charles III; Pink Floyd exhibition2017-05-09 19:06:00
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271 Alien: Covenant, Giacometti retrospective, How should museums reflect changing social attitudes, Jamestown2017-05-08 18:55:00
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272 Mervyn Morris, French cultural landscape, Monochrome films2017-05-05 18:57:00
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Mervyn Morris, French cultural landscape, Monochrome films

Mervyn Morris is Jamaica's first Poet Laureate since the country gained independence in 1962. As his tenure draws to a close, the poet reflects on his time in the role, and discusses his new collection, Peelin Orange, which is drawn from his writing over 50 years. With the deciding round of the French presidential election this Sunday, cultural commentators Agnès Poirier and Andrew Hussey discuss the likely impact of a Macron or Le Pen win on the arts in France and whether culture is a political card to be played. With the release of a 'Black and Chrome' edition of the 2015 Oscar-winning movie Mad Max: Fury Road, BFI's Gaylene Gould considers film-makers' love affair with black & white. The Ferryman by William Stott of Oldham is on display for the first time today at Tate Britain having been acquired for the public. John Wilson looks at the painting with the curator Alison Smith who explains that it marks a pivotal moment in this country's art, the embrace of naturalism and progress towards impressionism - British impressionism. Presenter John Wilson Producer Jerome Weatherald.…read more

273 Samantha Spiro as Barbara Windsor, Lost sculpture of the Festival of Britiain and a retro album from Danger Mouse2017-05-05 12:24:00
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274 Jude Law, Woody Harrelson, Timothy Spall with Colm Meaney, Turner Prize Shortlist2017-05-03 19:07:00
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275 Angels in America, Mindhorn, Storytelling in Greek myths2017-05-02 19:05:00
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276 Oliver Beer, Nicola LeFanu, Grace Evangeline Mason, May Day poems2017-05-01 19:00:00
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277 Christian Bale, Ella Fitzgerald, Theatre artistic directors2017-04-28 19:15:00
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278 British Museums special2017-04-28 14:56:00
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279 Judi Dench on John Gielgud, Granta Best of Young American Novelists2017-04-26 19:15:00
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280 Thomas Ades, Patricia Lockwood, James Gunn2017-04-25 18:52:00
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