541 Agnès Varda, The rise of grime, Artistic superstitions2018-07-13 19:18:00
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542 Eve Myles, Bernie Taupin, This Class Works exhibition2018-07-12 19:15:00
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543 Singer Olly Alexander, Veteran documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman, Can a critic call an actor overweight?2018-07-11 19:04:00
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544 10/07/20182018-07-10 19:00:00
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545 Oliver Knussen remembered, Natalie Dormer, Life modelling2018-07-09 18:55:00
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546 100 Poems by Seamus Heaney, Jesse Jones, Ulysses at the Abbey Theatre2018-07-06 19:37:00
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547 Rob Brydon on Swimming With Men, Laura Wade, Ferens Art Gallery2018-07-05 19:08:00
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548 Emily Mortimer, Man Booker Prize at 50, Glasgow Women's Library2018-07-04 19:11:00
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549 Film director Haifaa al-Mansour, Sharp Objects, Brooklands Museum, Holiday reads2018-07-03 18:54:00
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550 Maxine Peake, Gillian Lynne remembered, Whitney documentaries2018-07-02 18:57:00
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551 Fun Home, Portrayal of lesbians in drama, Caryl Phillips, Tate St Ives2018-06-29 19:06:00
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552 Japan Special: Ryuichi Sakomoto, Japanese Short Stories, Sou Fujimoto2018-06-28 19:03:00
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553 Bartlett Sher and The King and I, Olivia Laing, Museum of the Year report2018-06-27 19:10:00
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554 Michael Jackson at the National Portrait Gallery, Kynren in Bishop Auckland2018-06-26 19:04:00
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555 Duran Duran, The Bradford Literature Festival, Stained Glass artist Brian Clarke, and the Poetry of Sun and Summer2018-06-25 19:16:00
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556 Fly by Night, Tim Winton, Poems by teenagers, Music discovered in a painting2018-06-22 19:02:00
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557 James Corden, Poet Raymond Antrobus, Arts Minister Michael Ellis2018-06-21 19:21:00
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558 Lee Miller and Surrealism in Britain, GLOW star Kate Nash, Pop-up arts2018-06-20 19:04:00
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559 Caitlin Moran, Beyonce and Jay-Z's new album, National Youth Folk Ensemble, Frank Styles2018-06-19 18:56:00
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560 Snatches, Carnegie Prize Winner, Best New Video Games, Glasgow School of Art fire2018-06-18 19:11:00
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Snatches, Carnegie Prize Winner, Best New Video Games, Glasgow School of Art fire

Snatches is a series of eight monologues celebrating the lives of women over the past 100 years, to be broadcast on BBC Four. The director, Vicky Featherstone, tells Kirsty Lang about her ambition for the project and we hear from writer Theresa Ikoko in whose episode a woman celebrates her 100th birthday as, outside her window, a revolution ignites. Stuart Robertson, Director of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society, joins Kirsty from Glasgow with the latest on the consequences of the fire at the School of Art not just for the buildings but the 2,000 students and the city itself. The Carnegie Medal, awarded annually, is the most prestigious award for children's books. This year's winner was announced today and is Geraldine McCaughrean, who first won the award 30 years ago. She talks to Kirsty about her book, Where The World Ends, which is based on the true survival story of a group of Scottish boys marooned on an island. Videogames Editor at The Guardian, Keza MacDonald, brings all the news from the games industry's biggest conference E3, which took place in Los Angeles last week and saw the major companies previewing next year's new releases. And Keza will also recommend the best games currently available. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Julian May.…read more