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322 Andrew Scott, Maggie Smith's new play reviewed, William Eggleston2019-04-15 19:03:00
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323 The Work, Life and Legacy of Poet Seamus Heaney2019-04-12 19:07:00
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324 Jenny Saville, Laura van der Heijden, The art of the deadline2019-04-11 19:03:00
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325 Composer Gavin Bryars, Isabella Hammad, Opera singers sing pop2019-04-10 19:00:00
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326 Useful Art, Embodying Ruskin, National Theatre for Northern Ireland? Unicorn Store2019-04-09 19:55:00
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327 Munch at British Museum, Neil Jordan - Greta, Legacy of Game Of Thrones, What makes a great ending to a TV series?2019-04-08 18:58:00
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328 Carlos Acosta, Iain Bell, BAFTA Games Awards2019-04-05 18:53:00
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329 The Shed, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Jonathan Lethem, Marvin Gaye2019-04-04 19:12:00
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330 Sir David Attenborough, The Sisters Brothers, Lee Ridley2019-04-03 18:54:00
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331 Toby Jones - Don't Forget the Driver, Shazam!, Bach Passions2019-04-02 18:58:00
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332 Suzi Quatro, Museum numbers, John Kani2019-04-01 19:00:00
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333 Local Hero on stage, the anti-climax in culture, Agnes Varda remembered2019-03-29 20:04:00
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334 Tash Aw, Arts Sponsorship row, Parry's Judith2019-03-28 19:57:00
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Tash Aw, Arts Sponsorship row, Parry's Judith

Tash Aw, winner of the Whitbread Award and Commonwealth Book Prize, discusses his new novel We the Survivors, about a man born in a Malaysian fishing village who tries to make his way in a country and society that is transforming. He describes the book as a tribute to those battling to survive in a ruthless, rapidly changing world. As museums such as the National Portrait Gallery and Tate Modern sever ties with the philanthropic Sackler family following controversy over its alleged role in the opioid crisis, what is the wider impact on the ethics of arts sponsorship? How much scrutiny of arts sponsors should there be? Andrea is joined by Heledd Fychan, chair of the Museum Association's Ethics Committee and author and academic Tiffany Jenkins. Dear Lord and Father of Mankind is one of the nation's favourite hymn tunes, yet the tune itself comes from a much bigger work, the oratorio Judith by Hubert Parry, which is about to get its first UK performance in almost one hundred years at the Royal Festival Hall in London next week. Music historian Jeremy Summerly explores the significance of this musical revival. Presenter: Andrea Catherwood Producer: Timothy Prosser…read more

335 Scottish artist Katie Paterson, Ted Hughes Award winner, Casting factual TV2019-03-27 20:08:00
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336 A history of classical music in ten minutes - plus tragedy on today's stage2019-03-26 19:57:00
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337 Matthew Herbert's Brexit Big Band, Van Gogh and Britain, At Eternity's Gate, Scott Walker2019-03-26 11:50:00
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338 Front Row 25th March 20192019-03-25 20:06:00
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339 The Power of Pinter, Javaad Alipoor, Richard Hawley's musical2019-03-22 19:56:00
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340 David Bailey, Joseph Hillier Plymouth Sculpture2019-03-21 20:08:00
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