301 Mrs Wilson, Vegan Art, Akwaeke Emezi2018-11-23 19:57:00
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302 2018 Palme d’Or winner Shoplifters, Costa Book Awards shortlist announced, Ben Uri Gallery and Museum2018-11-22 20:00:00
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303 The arts and artificial intelligence2018-11-21 20:44:00
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304 Kurt Russell on playing Santa, Poet Ruth Fainlight, Damien Hirst's Qatar sculptures2018-11-20 20:07:00
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305 Marianne Faithfull, I'm a Celebrity without Ant, Kirsty Latoya2018-11-19 20:05:00
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306 Jane Fonda2018-11-16 20:06:00
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307 Golden Age of Irish Prose - North and South of the Border, Hepworth Sculpture Prize Winner2018-11-15 19:57:00
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308 Arts Education in schools - a Front Row debate from Leicester2018-11-14 20:47:00
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309 Fantastic Beasts 2, Viruses turned into art, Fernand Léger, Heart of Darkness2018-11-13 21:20:00
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310 The Coen Brothers, stage fright, The Interrogation of Tony Martin2018-11-12 19:57:00
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311 Helena Bonham Carter, Ben Schott, 11-11: Memories Retold video game2018-11-09 20:14:00
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312 Marin Alsop, Russell Howard, Political cartoonists2018-11-08 19:53:00
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Marin Alsop, Russell Howard, Political cartoonists

To mark Armistice Day, Marin Alsop will be conducting Brahms's A German Requiem this weekend, with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, and in a break from tradition, she will be introducing the work from the podium. Marin discusses the reasons behind this move, and also reveals the various ways in which this requiem also broke from tradition. Russell Howard makes comedy out of political issues such as the tampon tax, junior doctors and the housing crisis, and is hugely successful with younger audiences who watch him on TV, social media and in his sell-out stand-up world tours. The comedian discusses his show, The Russell Howard Hour, how much he wants to politically engage his audience, and finding the funny in what can be bleak political times. A whinge – that’s the collective noun for a group of cartoonists, and this evening a whinge of some of the best-known, including Steve Bell of the Guardian, Matt of the Daily Telegraph and Banx of the FT, will gather to judge the Young Cartoonist of the Year Competition. But with newspaper circulation in decline and, conversely, the appetite of the internet for images, what is the outlook for those young winners? Tim Benson, editor of Britain’s Best Political Cartoons, 2018, and the cartoonist Andy Davey discuss the future of the political cartoon in the digital age. Presenter Nikki Bedi Producer Rebecca Armstrong…read more

313 Danny Boyle's Armistice Day tribute, White Teeth the musical, singer-songwriter and poet Emily Maguire2018-11-07 20:00:00
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314 Paul Dano, Venice floods and the impact on its cultural heritage, the department store in art2018-11-06 20:07:00
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315 Steve McQueen, Erica Whyman on Romeo and Juliet, Gender-swapped theatre2018-11-05 19:59:00
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316 Boy George, Colourisation of film, John Cooper Clarke2018-11-02 20:04:00
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317 Cecelia Ahern, The world's tallest statue, Pansori opera, Homecoming TV adaptation2018-11-01 20:05:00
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318 Wilfred Owen Commemoration, Markus Zusak, Sarah DeLappe2018-10-31 20:11:00
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319 Dark Heart, La Traviata, Parks and concerts2018-10-30 20:03:00
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320 Florence Pugh and Alexander Skarsgård in The Little Drummer Girl, Darkness and writing, Tom Odell2018-10-29 19:55:00
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