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343 Notre-Dame de Paris, Roger McGough, Chimerica2019-04-16 19:06:00
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344 Andrew Scott, Maggie Smith's new play reviewed, William Eggleston2019-04-15 19:03:00
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345 The Work, Life and Legacy of Poet Seamus Heaney2019-04-12 19:07:00
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346 Jenny Saville, Laura van der Heijden, The art of the deadline2019-04-11 19:03:00
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347 Composer Gavin Bryars, Isabella Hammad, Opera singers sing pop2019-04-10 19:00:00
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348 Useful Art, Embodying Ruskin, National Theatre for Northern Ireland? Unicorn Store2019-04-09 19:55:00
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349 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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350 Carlos Acosta, Iain Bell, BAFTA Games Awards2019-04-05 18:53:00
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351 The Shed, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Jonathan Lethem, Marvin Gaye2019-04-04 19:12:00
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352 Sir David Attenborough, The Sisters Brothers, Lee Ridley2019-04-03 18:54:00
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353 Toby Jones - Don't Forget the Driver, Shazam!, Bach Passions2019-04-02 18:58:00
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354 Suzi Quatro, Museum numbers, John Kani2019-04-01 19:00:00
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Suzi Quatro, Museum numbers, John Kani

Suzi Quatro was the first female bass player to become a rock star in the 1970s, with hits like Devil Gate Drive and Can the Can. Fifty-five years after her first performance, Suzi talks about her new album No Control which she wrote with her son. Playwright and actor John Kani and director Janice Honeyman discuss John's new play for the RSC – Kunene and the King - which reflects on South Africa's post-apartheid history through the relationship of a dying white actor and his black nurse. Britain's museums and galleries show an increase of nearly 9% in visitor numbers in the last year, with Tate Modern leap-frogging the British Museum for the top spot. Nicholas Cullinan of the National Portrait Gallery in London, and Gordon Rintoul of National Museums Scotland debate the importance of visitor numbers as they plan their future programmes. Presenter: Stig Abell Producer: Timothy Prosser…read more

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