21 David Attenborough's cameraman, Bridget Riley exhibition, Forward Poetry winner2019-10-21 19:02:00
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22 Scooby Doo at 50, Poetry in endangered languages, Composer Judith Weir2019-10-18 19:17:00
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23 Gavin Hood, Moving to Mars, Salvator Mundi, Winsome Pinnock & Amit Sharma2019-10-17 19:03:00
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24 Víkingur Ólafsson, social housing on screen, Hannah Khalil2019-10-16 18:54:00
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25 Aisling Bea, Booker Prize Double, Zawe Ashton2019-10-15 18:56:00
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26 Margaret Atwood book group, LA artist Mark Bradford, Peanut Butter Falcon review2019-10-14 18:55:00
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27 Sienna Miller, Elif Shafak, Giri/Haji2019-10-11 18:59:00
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28 When Mary Beard met Margaret Atwood2019-10-11 13:37:00
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29 Nobel Prizes in Literature, Goldie's Drum'n'Bass picks, artist Es Devlin2019-10-10 18:52:00
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30 Salman Rushdie, playwright Katori Hall, computer games tax avoidance2019-10-09 19:15:00
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31 Extinction Rebellion, Staging Shakespeare, Timothee Chalamet in The King, Dancer/choreographer Dada Masilo2019-10-08 18:55:00
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32 The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Economics of Publishing, Ravel's Bolero2019-10-07 19:07:00
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33 Booker Book Group with Chigozie Obioma, RuPaul's Drag Race UK, Kurt Weill's The Silver Lake2019-10-04 18:55:00
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34 Debbie Harry, the Portraits of Gauguin, the best political podcasts2019-10-03 18:52:00
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Debbie Harry, the Portraits of Gauguin, the best political podcasts

Debbie Harry is one of the defining musical artists of her age, known of course for her work with Blondie crafting and performing hits such as Heart of Glass, Dreaming and One Way or Another. As her memoir Face It is published, she talks to Front Row about the highs and lows of her professional and personal life, from writing her most successful lyrics to the double-edged sword of her looks, and her experience of drugs and sexual violence. The first-ever exhibition devoted to the portraits of Paul Gauguin opens at the National Gallery this week. Waldemar Januszczak reviews the show, which focuses on how the artist used portraiture primarily to express himself and his ideas about art, from the years he spent in Brittany and then French Polynesia towards the end of his life. And at a time when, despite the gravity of the situation, politics in the UK and the US has become more entertaining than ever, Caroline Crampton recommends some of the best political podcasts offering alternative takes on the news.…read more

35 Rupert Goold on his film Judy, Kara Walker reviewed, Booker Book Group with Bernardine Evaristo2019-10-02 18:53:00
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36 The BBC National Short Story Award ceremony2019-10-01 19:07:00
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37 Helen Mirren, Joker, Rona Munro2019-09-30 18:58:00
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38 Poetry and performance from Hull's Contains Strong Language festival2019-09-30 16:14:00
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39 Derek Paravicini, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Booker Book Group with Lucy Ellmann2019-09-26 19:00:00
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40 Brittany Howard, Boarding schools in fiction, Ed Thomas2019-09-25 18:59:00
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