281 Ai Weiwei, Yacht Rock2019-06-11 18:57:00
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282 Gwendoline Christie, Get Up, Stand Up Now, Young Poets Laureate2019-06-10 18:55:00
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283 Julianne Moore, Big Little Lies, Tales of the City, Dr John2019-06-07 18:56:00
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284 Matt Berry, Claire McGlasson, National Trust acquires view that inspired Turner, Vasily Grossman’s Stalingrad2019-06-06 18:56:00
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285 Emma Thompson, Winner of the Women's Prize for Fiction, Anthony McCarten, D-Day weather play2019-06-05 18:54:00
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286 Okwui Okpokwasili, Literary events at non-literary festivals, Tiananmen Square, Apple moves to streaming2019-06-04 18:59:00
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287 03/06/20192019-06-03 18:57:00
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288 Elizabeth Gilbert, BTS and K-pop, Natalia Goncharova2019-05-31 18:45:00
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289 Aladdin composer Alan Menken, Amitav Ghosh, Georgia boycott2019-05-30 19:07:00
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290 David Tennant and Michael Sheen, Scottish Smallpiper Brìghde Chaimbeul, Youth Music Projects2019-05-29 19:07:00
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291 Lenny Henry, Posy Simmonds, When They See Us2019-05-28 18:57:00
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292 Drag Becomes Her, The moon in the arts, Restoration tragedy at the RSC2019-05-27 18:30:00
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293 Anish Kapoor, Beanie Feldstein, Vampire Weekend2019-05-24 18:53:00
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294 Matthew Bourne's Romeo and Juliet, Little Steven, Judith Kerr2019-05-23 18:55:00
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295 Frank Skinner, George the Poet, TV affecting social change2019-05-22 19:06:00
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296 Stephen Poliakoff, News from Cannes Film Festival, Selina Thompson2019-05-21 19:06:00
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297 Dexter Fletcher on Rocket Man, Jessica Andrews, Artists as activists, Folio Prize winner2019-05-20 18:56:00
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298 Cannes, David Chipperfield on I.M. Pei, Denise Mina, Sean Edwards2019-05-17 19:14:00
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299 Stephen Graham, new Poet Laureate Simon Armitage, ENO's Dido2019-05-16 19:00:00
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300 Gentleman Jack, correcting the contemporary art canon, #BeMoreMartyn, Futbolka2019-05-15 19:23:00
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Gentleman Jack, correcting the contemporary art canon, #BeMoreMartyn, Futbolka

Television dramatist Sally Wainwright has written award-winning crime series such as Happy Valley, heart-warming love stories such as Last Tango in Halifax. The last time she turned her attention to the 19th century, it was to portray the Brontës in To Walk Invisible. Now she’s returned to the Victorian age, this time looking at the life of lesbian landowner Anne Lister. Historical novelist, Philippa Gregory reviews. The idea of the canon in contemporary and modern art is currently being fiercely debated in galleries and museums with many of these institutions now attempting to broaden the canon by including previously overlooked female artists and artists of colour, and challenging the idea of a universal canon by trying to reflect their localities in their collections. Caroline Douglas, Director of the Contemporary Art Society, and Helen Legg, Director of Tate Liverpool discuss the rebalancing of modern and contemporary art collections. In the aftermath of the Manchester Arena bombing, the name of one of the victims, 29-year-old Coronation Street superfan, Martyn Hett, began trending on twitter with the hashtag BeMoreMartyn. The hashtag has now evolved into the title of a verbatim play created from interviews with eight of Martyn’s friends. Theatre critic Lyn Gardner, and Mike Lee, the co-writer of the play, join Front Row to talk about making theatre from such a traumatic event. Recent days have seen English football clubs enjoy dramatic success in Europe, but it’s Welsh football that is the subject of celebration in a new exhibition at Ty Pawb, the arts centre in Wrexham. Curator James Harper discusses how contemporary artists have found inspiration in the beautiful game. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Ekene Akalawu…read more