381 Ricky Gervais, Tom Walker, Andre Previn remembered, Young adult literature2019-02-28 20:14:00
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382 Charlotte Rampling, Berlioz Anniversary, Leveret Perform Live2019-02-27 19:58:00
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383 Leaving Neverland, Jacob Collier, Dorothea Tanning at Tate Modern2019-02-26 20:04:00
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384 The return of Fleabag, Nikki Sixx on Motley Crue biopic, Oscars analysis2019-02-25 19:58:00
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385 Phyllida Barlow, Jonathan Freedland, The decline of foreign language films2019-02-22 19:58:00
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386 Odaline de la Martinez, War Photography, Flack Review, Peter Tork Remembered2019-02-21 20:12:00
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387 Felicity Jones, Alan Partridge, Marina Abramovic2019-02-20 19:55:00
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388 Chiwetel Ejiofor, Come From Away, Short story competitions, Karl Lagerfeld2019-02-19 19:58:00
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389 9 to 5 the musical, Bryony Kimmings, Representation of sex in the arts2019-02-18 20:02:00
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390 Gabriela Rodriguez, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, Andrea Levy tribute2019-02-15 20:00:00
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391 Ardal O'Hanlon, Tessa Hadley, The Umbrella Academy2019-02-14 20:10:00
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392 Leïla Slimani, Joe Cornish, Diane Arbus, Berlin Film Festival2019-02-13 19:53:00
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393 Anna Jordan, Terence Blanchard, Reappraising Horror2019-02-12 20:45:00
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394 Sara Pascoe, The hidden craft of casting directors, Who is Kacey Musgraves?2019-02-11 20:02:00
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395 Spike Lee and Thelma Schoonmaker, and Albert Finney remembered2019-02-08 20:03:00
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396 Broadway star Chita Rivera, Jeff Koons, Dan Mallory controversy2019-02-07 20:02:00
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397 Walls and Borders in Art2019-02-06 20:03:00
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398 Kenneth Branagh and his new Shakespeare biopic, Lavinia Greenlaw on writing poetry about dementia2019-02-05 20:15:00
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399 The Cutty Sark as Sculpture, Regina King and an Elegy for an Eyesore2019-02-04 20:03:00
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400 Tiffany Haddish, Alice Clark-Platts, National Lottery Heritage Fund at 252019-02-01 19:55:00
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Tiffany Haddish, Alice Clark-Platts, National Lottery Heritage Fund at 25

American comedian Tiffany Haddish joins the voice cast of the Lego Movie sequel as the shape-shifting Queen Whatever Wa'Nabi. She tells Front Row how comedy saved her from a troubled childhood and the foster care system, and how she went on to host Saturday Night Live and feature on the cover of Time 100. Alice Clark-Platts’ latest thriller The Flower Girls was the subject of fierce bidding war. The story of two sisters, Laurel and Primrose, the novel has resonances with the Bulger and Madeleine McCann cases. A former human rights lawyer, Alice Clark-Platts grapples with notions of whether a person can ever be rehabilitated and why the past is often impossible to bury in future relationships. This year sees the 25th anniversary of the National Lottery. In that time it has awarded almost £40bn to good causes across more than 535,000 individual projects. Ros Kerslake, CEO of the newly-named National Lottery Heritage Fund who award their own share of the money, discusses her new plans to distribute over £1bn to the UK’s heritage over the next five years. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Ben Mitchell Main image: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Photo credit: Warner Bros…read more