41 Tracey Emin, Alison Brackenbury, Book Covers2020-06-15 18:54:00
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42 The Salisbury Poisonings, Víkingur Ólafsson, Walter Scott Prize, Pilgrims2020-06-12 19:10:00
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43 Simon Bird, Whiteness, Ruth Patterson, Tony Walsh2020-06-11 21:45:00
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44 Robert Lindsay, Tony Hall, How to make a new musical2020-06-10 19:05:00
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45 Spike Lee; Hope Mirrlees' Paris - A Poem; and are we being more creative in lockdown?2020-06-09 19:06:00
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46 Michaela Coel, The Comedy Women in Print Prize, Bristol's Colston statue2020-06-08 19:05:00
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47 Víkingur Ólafsson, David Greig, El Presidente, Inclusive publishing2020-06-05 19:07:00
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48 Andrew Patterson, Writing about Race, Mark Damazer Chair of Booker Prize Foundation2020-06-04 19:08:00
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49 David Tennant and Michael Sheen in Staged, Ethiopian poetry, Talking About Race2020-06-03 19:07:00
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50 Carrie Mae Weems, Liz Lochhead, How will museums reflect the pandemic2020-06-02 18:56:00
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51 Sitting in Limbo, Joanna Briscoe, Christo, The Uncertain Kingdom2020-06-01 19:06:00
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52 Indira Varma, Víkingur Ólafsson, Snowpiercer and The Lockdown Plays reviewed, DJ Mr Switch, Tom Morris2020-05-29 19:08:00
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53 Can arts venues survive social distancing?2020-05-28 18:50:00
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54 John Grisham, re-opening of museums and galleries, the best of theatre online2020-05-27 19:01:00
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John Grisham, re-opening of museums and galleries, the best of theatre online

Bestselling author John Grisham on his new novel Camino Winds, a sequel to Camino Island, in which a coterie of crime authors discover one of their colleagues has been murdered during a hurricane. There are currently over 300 million John Grisham books in print worldwide, including A Time To Kill, The Firm, The Pelican Brief and The Client. With museums and galleries in Europe announcing their preparations for re-opening on a limited scale, how do things look in the UK? Ros Kerslake, CEO of the Heritage Fund, discusses the challenges being faced by institutions across the country and their financial situation with Dr Kathy Talbot, Trustee of the Tenby Museum and Art Gallery in Wales. While the Covid 19 crisis has led to physical theatres going dark, many theatre companies have released work online for anyone to watch in the comfort of their own homes, often for free. What makes some plays, monologues and adaptations successful? Sarah Crompton joins Tom to discuss the best of what's available online. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Simon Richardson…read more

55 Tracee Ellis Ross, Walter Iuzzolino, Southbank Centre2020-05-26 18:52:00
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56 Kirsty Lang talks to American writer AM Homes2020-05-25 18:50:00
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57 The County & Little Fires Everywhere; The Archers; Víkingur Ólafsson; poetry to console2020-05-22 19:30:00
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58 Unprecedented: Real Time Theatre from a State of Isolation, Rubaiyat Hossain, Abigail Pogson, Martin Green2020-05-21 19:11:00
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59 Simon Schama on Rembrandt's The Night Watch, can the performing arts survive coronavirus?2020-05-20 18:56:00
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60 Stephen La Rivière, Nancy Kerr, Silas Marner2020-05-19 19:02:00
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