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322 Keanu Reeves, Doris Day remembered, art as an aphrodisiac2019-05-13 19:07:00
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323 Edmund de Waal and other news from the Venice Biennale, Elizabeth Macneal2019-05-10 19:07:00
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324 Mark Haddon, Jimmie Durham controversy, Anglo-Saxon burial, Michelle Terry2019-05-09 18:56:00
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325 Guy Chambers, Nina Stibbe, Creativity and wellbeing2019-05-08 19:01:00
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326 Film director Amma Asante, Joe Boyd on Aretha Franklin, Ireland's Abbey Theatre2019-05-07 19:11:00
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327 Architect Sir David Adjaye in Venice2019-05-07 07:58:00
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328 Rokia Traoré, Bill Buford on Granta, artworks in political posters2019-05-03 19:02:00
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329 Small Island, Chernobyl, Poet Laureate, Obamas2019-05-02 18:59:00
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330 Leonardo da Vinci 500th Anniversary, Salvator Mundi2019-05-01 19:01:00
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331 John Singleton remembered, Afghanistan's music scene, Tolkien reviewed, the effect of music on the brain2019-04-30 18:58:00
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332 Les Murray remembered, Women's Prize For Fiction shortlist, Kubrick exhibition, Captain Corelli on stage2019-04-29 19:02:00
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333 The Avengers phenomenon, Linda Grant, Adapting Ibsen for today2019-04-26 19:06:00
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The Avengers phenomenon, Linda Grant, Adapting Ibsen for today

Avengers: Endgame marks the culmination of 10 years of interlinking Marvel movies. After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, and the loss of some of the world’s biggest heroes, the remaining Avengers re-assemble to try and undo Thanos's actions and restore order to the universe. Critic Gavia Baker-Whitelaw reviews. Linda Grant discusses her new novel, A Stranger City, a detailed portrait of contemporary, Brexit-scarred London, told through its myriad people living disparate yet interconnected lives, and exploring current-day ideas of home and belonging. Henrik Ibsen wrote plays about domestic difficulties and social hypocrisy in 19th century small-town Norway. But they clearly speak to 21st-century Britain. With new adaptations soon to be staged across the UK, and Rosmersholm on in the West End and a new production of Ghosts in Northampton, John Wilson talks to Lucy Bailey, director of Ghosts, and Duncan MacMillan, who has adapted Rosmersholm, about the contemporary relevance of Ibsen’s drama and how they mould his work for the stage today. Presenter John Wilson Producer Jerome Weatherald…read more

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336 Adeel Akhtar, Artist Doris Hatt, Joe Orton2019-04-23 19:14:00
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