461 Alan Ayckbourn, Men and Chicken, Peter Robinson2016-07-11 18:58:00
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462 Judith Kerr, Mumford & Sons and Baaba Maal, Weiner, Spencer Tunick2016-07-08 18:55:00
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463 The Liverpool Biennial 20162016-07-07 18:50:00
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464 Christopher Hampton, Maggie's Plan, Arnolfini, Queens of Syria2016-07-06 19:15:00
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465 Barry Humphries, Abbas Kiarostami, Stanley Kubrick, National Museums of Scotland, The Neon Demon2016-07-05 18:46:00
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466 Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Feig on Ghostbusters, Laura Lippman2016-07-04 18:58:00
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467 Artistic Responses to the Battle of the Somme, from Jeremy Deller to the Caribbean2016-07-01 19:05:00
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468 Ab Fab director Mandie Fletcher, Phill Jupitus on Trumpton's creator, Olivia de Havilland turns 1002016-06-30 18:53:00
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469 Michael Kiwanuka, War movies, Lyndon B Johnson, Scotty Moore2016-06-29 19:16:00
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470 David Hockney at Royal Academy, Choreographer Sir Peter Wright, Tenor Gregory Kunde, Updating album covers2016-06-28 19:00:00
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471 Jessie Burton, Stanley Spencer exhibition, York Art Gallery, From Afar2016-06-27 19:00:00
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472 Damon Albarn and the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, Inspiring impressionism2016-06-24 18:45:00
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473 Carsten Holler's Orbit slide, Emma Rice, Jupiter Artland2016-06-23 18:57:00
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474 Ralph Fiennes on Richard III, Elvis & Nixon, Refugee fiction, Amjad Sabri2016-06-22 18:55:00
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475 Carys Bray, The Meddler reviewed, Henry V, Painters' Paintings at National Gallery, Derby Museums acquisitions2016-06-21 18:55:00
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Carys Bray, The Meddler reviewed, Henry V, Painters' Paintings at National Gallery, Derby Museums acquisitions

Susan Sarandon stars as an interfering mother in The Meddler, with Rose Byrne as her long-suffering daughter. Critic Kate Muir reviews. The Meddler is released on 24 June, certificate 12A. Derby Museums acquires two Joseph Wright landscapes for its collection after bidding anonymously at a New York auction house. Executive Director Tony Butler explains why he thinks bold acquisitions are the way forward amid shrinking budgets in regional museums. Carys Bray, author of A Song for Issey Bradley, discusses her new novel The Museum of You, in which a 12-year-old girl creates a museum at home dedicated to her mother, who was killed in a road accident shortly after she was born. Painters' Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck is a new exhibition exploring great paintings from the point of view of the artists who owned them. Inspired by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot's Italian Woman - left to the National Gallery in London by Lucian Freud following his death in 2011 - the exhibition includes over eighty works, spanning more than five hundred years, all once owned by celebrated painters, such as Van Dyck's Titian, Reynold's Rembrandt, and Matisse's Degas. Front Row sends critic William Feaver to find out what we learn. Painters' Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck opens at the National Gallery in London on Thursday (23 June) and runs until 4 September. Having played many of Shakespeare's female leads, Michelle Terry takes on the role of Henry V at Regent's Park Open Theatre, directed by Robert Hastie. Front Row talks to both about the new production. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Elaine Lester.…read more

476 Independence Day, Chris Riddell wins Kate Greenaway medal, Fretwork and C4's The Border2016-06-20 19:02:00
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477 Trevor Nunn, Natasha Walter, Jake Bugg2016-06-17 19:05:00
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478 Mike Bartlett on Wild, Tale of Tales film review, Georgiana Houghton exhibition review, Suburra director Stefano Sollima2016-06-16 18:53:00
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479 Ashley Pharoah, Novels in verse, Chris Watson2016-06-15 18:51:00
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480 Tate Modern's new Switch House gallery, Pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Debut novelist Emma Cline2016-06-14 19:10:00
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