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682 Hamlet, Agatha Christie exhibition, Andrew Miller, We Are Your Friends.2015-08-26 18:52:00
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683 Straight Outta Compton, Paula McLain, Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys2015-08-25 18:55:00
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684 Jess Glynne, Don Paterson, Danny and the Human Zoo, Cradle to Grave2015-08-24 18:53:00
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685 Andras Schiff, The Bad Education Movie, Patrick Ness2015-08-21 18:58:00
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686 Banksy's Dismaland, Andrew Haigh, Resistance, Andy Warhol2015-08-20 18:58:00
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687 John Hannah, Vicky Featherstone and Lee Hall, Playing Nina Simone2015-08-19 18:45:00
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688 Robert Lepage, Travelling art bus, James Rhodes, Writing your first Edinburgh show2015-08-18 18:45:00
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689 Establishing a national theatre, Comedy about mental health, Edinburgh flyering tips2015-08-17 18:45:00
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690 Simon McBurney and Ed Byrne Live from the Edinburgh Festival2015-08-17 12:05:00
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691 Music of Sherlock Holmes, Simon Pegg in Absolutely Anything, Paul Neagu, Edinburgh Comedy2015-08-14 18:52:00
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692 Philippa Gregory, Scottish art, Jordanian cinema, Street art of Stik2015-08-13 19:02:00
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693 Paper Towns, Nick Coleman, Jules Buckley and Wretch 32, Olive Edis archive2015-08-12 18:55:00
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694 Amanda Levete, Trainwreck, Crystal Moselle, Stephen Kelman2015-08-11 19:05:00
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695 Sylvie Guillem2015-08-10 18:45:00
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696 War Book, Eric Whitacre, Denise Mina, Edinburgh2015-08-07 19:32:00
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697 Guy Ritchie, China Mieville, George Cole remembered2015-08-06 18:45:00
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698 Noah Baumbach, Playwright Helen Edmundson, Spanish thriller Marshland2015-08-05 18:53:00
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699 Li Cunxin, Playing William Shakespeare, How art responded to the atomic bomb2015-08-04 19:00:00
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Li Cunxin, Playing William Shakespeare, How art responded to the atomic bomb

Former ballet star and stockbroker Li Cunxin discusses growing up during Mao's Cultural Revolution in China, and bringing his Australian ballet company to the Coliseum in London to perform La Sylphide. This week marks 70 years since the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where more than 200,000 people were killed. To consider how popular culture has responded to the atomic bomb, Front Row brings together documentary maker Simon Guerrier, science-fiction novelist Kim Newman, and journalist Jon Savage to discuss work from ranging from Stanley Kubrick's film Dr Strangelove, to Frankie Goes to Hollywood's song Two Tribes. Plus actor and writer Gareth Somers discusses creating a new one-man show opening at the Attic Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, in which Shakespeare re-lives his own life story. Presenter Samira Ahmed Producer Ella-mai Robey.…read more

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