661 Sheku Kanneh-Mason, Ursula K Le Guin remembered, Charles I: King and Collector2018-01-24 20:04:00
Listen
Listen
662 Oscar Nominations 20182018-01-23 20:07:00
Listen
Listen
663 Downsizing, filming sex scenes and a satire on ceramics2018-01-22 20:12:00
Listen
Listen
664 Last Flag Flying director, literary fiction in decline, poet Danez Smith2018-01-19 20:12:00
Listen
Listen
665 Bridget Riley, Nick Park, David Lodge, Bayeux Tapestry2018-01-18 20:07:00
Listen
Listen
666 Carleen Anderson, Elif Shafak, the commuter in film2018-01-17 19:58:00
Listen
Listen
667 Will & Grace revived, Disney and Pixar's evolution, the London Sinfonietta at 502018-01-16 20:22:00
Listen
Listen
668 Liam Neeson, Gorillaz artist Jamie Hewlett, TS Eliot Poetry Prize winner, fake Modiglianis2018-01-15 20:07:00
Listen
Listen
669 Tom Hanks, Sir Simon Rattle, French heritage funding2018-01-12 19:59:00
Listen
Listen
670 Rita, Sue and Bob Too controversy, Philanthropist Jonathan Ruffer, Poet Sasha Dugdale2018-01-11 20:07:00
Listen
Listen
671 Melvyn Bragg, TV arts programmes, '(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay' by Otis Redding, the Fire and Fury2018-01-10 19:53:00
Listen
Listen
672 The Vagina Monologues 20 years on, French crime drama Spiral2018-01-09 19:58:00
Listen
Listen
673 Costa Book Awards Special: Jon McGregor, Katherine Rundell, Rebecca Stott, Helen Dunmore and Gail Honeyman2018-01-09 15:57:00
Listen
Listen
674 Kiri, Golden Globes, Gail Honeyman, Contemporary portraiture2018-01-08 20:06:00
Listen
Listen
675 Christopher Plummer, Saudi Arts, Helen Dunmore2018-01-05 20:20:00
Listen
Listen

Christopher Plummer, Saudi Arts, Helen Dunmore

Christopher Plummer discusses replacing Kevin Spacey as John Paul Getty in the Ridley Scott-directed All the Money in the World after Spacey was dropped from the film due to allegations of sexual misconduct. Film critic Larushka Ivan-Zadeh considers whether this bold move by the director pays off. As Saudi Arabia announces that it will reopen its cinema doors, we look at the arts scene in the country and ask if this reflects a more liberal attitude towards culture. BBC Arabic Correspondent Hanan Razek reports. The writer Helen Dunmore is the posthumous winner of the 2017 Costa Poetry Award for her collection Inside the Wave. Many of the poems are concerned with her illness and the knowledge of her approaching death but as her fellow writer and friend Louise Doughty explains they are uplifting, often joyous works. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Sarah Johnson.…read more

676 Michelle Terry, Jez Butterworth, Rebecca Stott, Hostiles2018-01-04 20:08:00
Listen
Listen
677 Neil Cross, Katherine Rundell, Book prize judging2018-01-03 20:11:00
Listen
Listen
678 Costa Book Awards winners, Elizabeth Friedlander, musical interpolation2018-01-02 19:59:00
Listen
Listen
679 Making Culture At Home2018-01-01 20:00:00
Listen
Listen
680 Kay Mellor, Frankenstein, Swimming with Men2017-12-29 20:11:00
Listen
Listen