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602 Will Smith, Caryl Churchill's new play, Iran tourism, Ringo Starr's birthplace2016-01-29 20:03:00
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603 John Dee, Marty Feldman show, Tibor Reich, Christopher Edge2016-01-28 19:58:00
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604 Gina McKee and Christopher Hampton, Rokia Traore, The body in ancient Egypt2016-01-27 19:52:00
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605 Harvey Keitel, Savages, HG Wells, The Birth of a Nation2016-01-26 20:04:00
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606 Ian McKellen, Monet's garden, Louis de Bernieres2016-01-25 20:12:00
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607 Michael Keaton, Herons, Helen Ellis, John Bratby exhibition2016-01-25 09:43:00
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608 Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray, Utopias in fiction, Villagers2016-01-21 19:57:00
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609 Elton John, Antonia Fraser on George Weidenfeld, Nicholas Searle2016-01-20 20:10:00
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610 Steve Carell in The Big Short, Brett Anderson and Suede, Fiona Barton2016-01-19 20:02:00
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611 The Assassin, Jack Thorne, Attacking the Devil, Peter May2016-01-18 19:56:00
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612 Leonardo DiCaprio, The Rack Pack, Elizabeth2016-01-15 19:56:00
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613 Oscar Nominations Special2016-01-14 20:19:00
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614 Creed, Lumiere London, Museum cuts, An anthem for England?2016-01-14 11:25:00
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Creed, Lumiere London, Museum cuts, An anthem for England?

Creed is the latest film in the Rocky franchise starring Michael B. Jordan, with Sylvester Stallone reprising the role of Rocky Balboa. Writer and director Ryan Coogler describes how his father's illness inspired him to make the movie, and how he persuaded Stallone to let him write it. In Lumiere London over 20 international artists will transform buildings and streets in the capital into a major outdoor showcase of artworks made from light. Helen Marriage, director of Artichoke, the company that has created the festival, and artists including Julian Opie, discuss the challenges of such an ambitious project. Cuts to public funding mean that more museums are being forced to close their doors or introduce entry charges, according to new research from the Museums Association. Director Sharon Heal and academic and author Tiffany Jenkins discuss the role of museums in our heritage and culture, what we're in danger of losing, and whether museums could do more to find other funding. What should England's anthem be? A vote today in The House of Commons has brought a public consultation on the matter one step closer. Jerusalem is the favourite, but what other songs might capture the spirit of England? Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Angie Nehring.…read more

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616 David Bowie Remembered2016-01-11 20:15:00
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617 Emma Donoghue on Room, Grey Gardens, Andrew Michael Hurley, Occupied2016-01-08 19:58:00
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618 A War, Maigret, Guys and Dolls, Frances Hardinge, The missing Hong Kong booksellers2016-01-07 18:59:00
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619 Pierre Boulez obituary, Costa Biography winner, Tracy Ullman review; Bolshoi Babylon2016-01-06 19:55:00
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620 David Bowie's Blackstar, Emma Rice, Don Paterson, Jericho2016-01-05 19:59:00
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