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47 Nmon Ford, Eavan Boland, Kit de Waal, London Mozart Players2020-04-28 19:05:00
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48 Randy Newman; song lyrics in Latin; Romeo and Juliet; the NHS on radio and TV2020-04-27 19:22:00
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49 Normal People, Víkingur Ólafsson, Seán Hewitt, Theresa Lola2020-04-24 19:03:00
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50 Moffie director Oliver Hermanus, Sharon D Clarke, Lesbian visibility, Anna Meredith2020-04-24 10:19:00
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51 Paapa Essiedu, Arts Minister Caroline Dinenage, Turning our tragedies into comedy2020-04-22 18:53:00
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52 Organist Anna Lapwood, The Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist, Gangs of London2020-04-21 20:28:00
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53 Jackie Kay, Roderick Williams, Killing Eve Season 3 and C Pam Zhang2020-04-20 18:59:00
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54 Adam Macqueen's thriller, pianist Víkingur Ólafsson, a podcast masterclass and the amazing set of Treasure Island2020-04-20 09:01:00
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55 Virus Art, Naomi Alderman, Angela Barnes2020-04-16 18:56:00
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56 Sir Patrick Stewart on Shakespeare's Sonnets, Shahnaz Ahsan, Devs2020-04-15 19:15:00
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57 Russell Howard, Siobhan Miller, International Prize for Arabic Fiction, John Mullan on Northanger Abbey2020-04-14 18:52:00
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58 Roy Hudd2020-04-13 18:45:00
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Roy Hudd

Roy Hudd was a comedian, actor and music-hall veteran whose career spanned seven decades. He sadly passed away in March. Starting out as a redcoat at Butlins in the 1950s, Roy became one the UK's best-loved entertainers. His show The News Huddlines ran for 26 years on Radio 2. When Samira spoke to Roy in 2015, he was approaching his 80th birthday, and was about to play Dame for the first time in panto, in Dick Whittington at Wilton's Music Hall. He discussed a lifetime of entertaining audiences, his close relationship with Dennis Potter, who left Hudd a role in his will, and his grandmother, who raised him, and to whom he owed his passion for variety and music hall. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Timothy Prosser…read more

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