381 Liam Neeson; Dancing Mad Hatters; Author Christian Jungersen; Assassin's Creed2016-12-30 20:14:00
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382 Made in Hull: UK City of Culture 20172016-12-29 19:53:00
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383 Jane Austen2016-12-28 19:48:00
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384 Award Winners of 20162016-12-27 19:45:00
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385 The Front Row Cultural quiz2016-12-26 20:00:00
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386 Riz Ahmed, Delicious, The Kite Runner on stage and Angela Carter2016-12-23 18:44:00
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387 Alison Balsom, To Walk Invisible, Beautiful books, Flying on stage2016-12-22 19:54:00
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388 Helen Mirren, Winter Solstice Poetry, Conductor Ed Gardner, Hairy Rockers2016-12-21 20:04:00
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389 Barry Jenkins, The Witness For The Prosecution, Saint Joan, Meilyr Jones2016-12-20 20:45:00
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390 Sherlock, Albums of the Year, We're Going on a Bear Hunt, Mousehole's Christmas Lights2016-12-19 20:20:00
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391 Matthew Bourne on The Red Shoes, Satirising Trump, Marius de Vries2016-12-16 19:29:00
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392 Der Rosenkavalier, Adventures in Moominland, Peter Mullan in Quarry2016-12-15 20:03:00
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393 Peter Capaldi as Dr Who, new Star Wars, US poet Ben Lerner and E R Braithwaite2016-12-14 19:57:00
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394 Darcey Bussell on Margot Fonteyn; Pevsner guides; Daniel Craig and David Oyelowo on Broadway; How to get a Christmas no 12016-12-13 19:46:00
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395 The Eagle Huntress, New play Love, Diversity in the arts, Luke Jerram, John Montague remembered2016-12-12 20:34:00
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396 The Birth of a Nation, Ruth Padel, Joan Eardley, Mark Lockyer2016-12-09 20:11:00
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The Birth of a Nation, Ruth Padel, Joan Eardley, Mark Lockyer

New film The Birth of a Nation takes the title from DW Griffith's 1915 silent film but not much else. Directed by and starring Nate Parker, it tells the true story of an 1831 slave rebellion in Virginia. Ashley Clarke reviews. Poet Ruth Padel discusses her latest book Tidings, a narrative Christmas poem about a little girl, a homeless man and a fox. It takes the reader all around the world, from St Pancras churchyard in London to Bethlehem, Australia and New York. Joan Eardley's painting career lasted only 15 years but, at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, her work gets more requests than Picasso. The gallery's curator Patrick Elliott discusses a new exhibition of her work alongside composer Helen Grime, whose composition Snow is inspired by Eardley's paintings. In the spring of 1995, actor Mark Lockyer was playing Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet for the Royal Shakespeare Company when he was overcome with anxiety, fear and paranoia. It was the start of a bipolar attack. Now he has turned that experience into a one man show called Living With The Lights On at the Young Vic in London. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Angie Nehring.…read more

397 Oliver Stone's Snowden, The Famous Five, Sex scenes, Wynford Dewhurst2016-12-08 18:40:00
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398 Zaha Hadid's new gallery at The Science Museum, Oscar-winning film editor Anne V Coates, Office Christmas Party - the film2016-12-07 19:46:00
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399 Dreamgirls, Australia's Impressionists, Sharing the Turner Prize cheque, actor Peter Vaughan remembered2016-12-06 20:02:00
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400 Lee Child on Edward Hopper, ENO's Cressida Pollock and The Pass2016-12-05 20:03:00
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