441 Strictly's Shirley Ballas, Young Composer Sarah Jenkins, National Theatres of Scotland and Wales2018-11-30 20:05:00
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442 Mowgli, American poet Dana Gioia, Art on prescription2018-11-29 20:05:00
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443 Disobedience, Rachel Maclean, Julián Fuks, Diversity Backstage2018-11-28 19:59:00
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444 Sports Book of the Year, Jim Carrey in Kidding, Astral Weeks at 502018-11-27 19:59:00
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445 Jamie Dornan, Bernardo Bertolucci remembered, Joseph Hillier2018-11-26 20:01:00
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446 Mrs Wilson, Vegan Art, Akwaeke Emezi2018-11-23 19:57:00
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447 2018 Palme d’Or winner Shoplifters, Costa Book Awards shortlist announced, Ben Uri Gallery and Museum2018-11-22 20:00:00
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448 The arts and artificial intelligence2018-11-21 20:44:00
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449 Kurt Russell on playing Santa, Poet Ruth Fainlight, Damien Hirst's Qatar sculptures2018-11-20 20:07:00
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450 Marianne Faithfull, I'm a Celebrity without Ant, Kirsty Latoya2018-11-19 20:05:00
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451 Jane Fonda2018-11-16 20:06:00
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452 Golden Age of Irish Prose - North and South of the Border, Hepworth Sculpture Prize Winner2018-11-15 19:57:00
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453 Arts Education in schools - a Front Row debate from Leicester2018-11-14 20:47:00
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454 Fantastic Beasts 2, Viruses turned into art, Fernand Léger, Heart of Darkness2018-11-13 21:20:00
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Fantastic Beasts 2, Viruses turned into art, Fernand Léger, Heart of Darkness

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is the second in the Fantastic Beasts film franchise from JK Rowling which explores the Wizarding World before Harry Potter. Eddie Redmayne and Johnny Depp star, and Jude Law joins the cast as a young Dumbledore. James Walters, Head of the Department of Film at the University of Birmingham reviews. As CAPSID, a new exhibition which explores how viruses behave, opens in Manchester, Front Row brought together the artist behind it, John Walter, and scientist turned artist, Dr Lizzie Burns to discuss the appeal of making art inspired by the microbiological world. Fernand Léger is the subject of a new exhibition at Tate Liverpool. Leger's work moved between many of the great art movements of the 20th century - Cubism, Surrealism, Futurism - but retained his own distinctive style. Fernand Léger: New Times, New Pleasures is the first major exhibition dedicated to the artist in the UK in 30 years. Art Critic Laura Robertson explains his significance. Adapting 1902 novel Heart Of Darkness for the stage in 2018 - theatre company Imitating The Dog has turned Joseph Conrad's famous story on its head, swapping the African Congo for war-torn Europe, narrator Charles Marlow for a black female private detective, and using digital film and a dual narrative on stage. To discuss this creative reimaging and how it tackles the novel’s issues with race and colonialism, John is joined by Co-Artistic Director Andrew Quick, and Keicha Greenidge, who plays the lead role. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Ekene Akalawu…read more

455 The Coen Brothers, stage fright, The Interrogation of Tony Martin2018-11-12 19:57:00
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456 Helena Bonham Carter, Ben Schott, 11-11: Memories Retold video game2018-11-09 20:14:00
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457 Marin Alsop, Russell Howard, Political cartoonists2018-11-08 19:53:00
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458 Danny Boyle's Armistice Day tribute, White Teeth the musical, singer-songwriter and poet Emily Maguire2018-11-07 20:00:00
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459 Paul Dano, Venice floods and the impact on its cultural heritage, the department store in art2018-11-06 20:07:00
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460 Steve McQueen, Erica Whyman on Romeo and Juliet, Gender-swapped theatre2018-11-05 19:59:00
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