301 John Cleese, A first for Jay Z, Electricity: The spark of life2017-02-23 19:58:00
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302 David Tennant, second novels, Brits and Oscars - who are they for?2017-02-22 19:53:00
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303 Gurinder Chadha on Viceroy's House, America after the Fall, Christopher Bailey2017-02-21 20:09:00
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304 Patriots Day, Stephen Karam, EU Baroque Orchestra, Syria documentaries2017-02-20 20:11:00
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305 Gary Barlow's The Girls, SS-GB, Sidney Nolan, The Great Wall2017-02-17 20:01:00
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306 The Founder, Neil Jordan, See Me Now, Luke Jerram's Treasured City2017-02-16 19:55:00
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307 John Adams2017-02-15 19:51:00
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308 Eduardo Paolozzi, Self-publishing, Neil Gaiman2017-02-14 20:06:00
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309 Hidden Figures, Dirty Dancing writer, Muslim Othello, Simon Armitage2017-02-13 19:59:00
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310 Keanu Reeves, Chad Stahelski, Petrograd Madonna, Rag'n'Bone Man2017-02-10 19:54:00
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311 Artist Keith Tyson, dark comedy Prevenge, novelist John Boyne, Shostakovich Symphony No 122017-02-09 20:03:00
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312 Vanessa Bell exhibition, Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk, Alan Simpson remembered, The poetry of Anna Akhmatova2017-02-08 19:54:00
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313 The Moorside, 20th Century Women, Peter Greenaway on Russian Revolution at 1002017-02-07 20:07:00
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314 David Hockney, Guy Garvey from Elbow, Max Richter2017-02-06 20:02:00
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315 Viola Davis, Rory Gleeson, Phil Manzanera and Waterstones' revival2017-02-03 19:56:00
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316 Diverse casting in historical dramas, Roots returns, Beyonce's pregnancy portrait, John Burnside2017-02-02 19:58:00
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317 Loving, Hayley Squires, Nathan Hill2017-02-01 19:53:00
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318 Cyrano, Víkingur Ólafsson plays Philip Glass, Toni Erdmann2017-01-31 20:08:00
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319 Matthew McConaughey, Lizzie Nunnery, Charles Dance on John Hurt, Collecting Europe2017-01-31 15:44:00
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320 David Hare, John Akomfrah, Liverpool Everyman Rep2017-01-27 19:51:00
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David Hare, John Akomfrah, Liverpool Everyman Rep

Playwright David Hare discusses his screenplay for the film Denial, starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Wilkinson, about Holocaust scholar Deborah Lipstadt's legal battle with Holocaust denier David Irving As the Liverpool Everyman Repertory Company is revived, after over two decades, John talks to Artistic Director Gemma Bodinetz and actors Melanie La Barrie and Elliott Kingsley about their opening production of Fiddler on the Roof, and the history of the company, which in its previous 1970s incarnation launched the careers of Julie Walters, Jonathan Pryce and Bill Nighy. The £40,000 Artes Mundi art prize, the UK's biggest contemporary art prize, has been won by filmmaker and artist John Akomfrah, who discusses his winning artwork, Auto Da Fé, which weaves together different moments over 400 years of history when communities were persecuted or driven from their land. Do dogs prefer Bach or Bob Marley? Neil Evans, professor of integrative physiology at the University of Glasgow reveals the results of a study examining canine musical preferences. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Edwina Pitman.…read more