681 Michelle Terry, Jez Butterworth, Rebecca Stott, Hostiles2018-01-04 20:08:00
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682 Neil Cross, Katherine Rundell, Book prize judging2018-01-03 20:11:00
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683 Costa Book Awards winners, Elizabeth Friedlander, musical interpolation2018-01-02 19:59:00
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684 Making Culture At Home2018-01-01 20:00:00
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685 Kay Mellor, Frankenstein, Swimming with Men2017-12-29 20:11:00
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686 Vic and Bob, Angela Gheorghiu, Theatre ghost stories2017-12-28 20:08:00
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687 Incredible! The unstoppable rise of the comic book superhero2017-12-27 19:45:00
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688 Gary Oldman2017-12-26 19:15:00
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689 Christmas Party with Jon Culshaw, Josie Lawrence, Austentatious, Patience Agbabi, Inua Ellams and Steve Edis2017-12-25 19:50:00
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690 Emily Watson, Older women on screen, Christmas songs2017-12-22 20:10:00
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691 Jodie Foster, Molly's Game, Christmas film round-up, Hamilton, Imtiaz Dharker2017-12-21 20:00:00
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692 James Norton, Independent Magazines, New Jungle Book Musical2017-12-20 20:17:00
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693 Mavis Staples, Carmen Maria Machado, Christmas ghost stories2017-12-19 19:53:00
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694 The League Of Gentlemen, Gina Yashere, Jenny Eclair, Arthur C Clarke's Mysterious World2017-12-18 20:28:00
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695 The Hayward Gallery reopening, Emily Wilson, The art of literary translation2017-12-15 20:12:00
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696 Emma Rice, John Boyega, Laura Ingalls Wilder2017-12-14 20:09:00
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697 Kazuo Ishiguro2017-12-14 06:45:00
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698 Christmas TV, Theatre from the Calais Jungle, Protecting live music.2017-12-12 20:22:00
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699 The Bette Davis/Joan Crawford Feud, The Twilight Zone, A Snow Poem2017-12-11 20:08:00
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The Bette Davis/Joan Crawford Feud, The Twilight Zone, A Snow Poem

An eight-part series about the legendary rivalry between Hollywood icons Bette Davis and Joan Crawford comes to BBC2 this Christmas. Matthew Sweet reviews. What makes going to the theatre or cinema a pleasurable experience and what -such as long loo queues, smelly snacks and mobile phones - can ruin a night out. Matthew Sweet stays on to discuss this with journalist Rosamund Urwin. 'Snow was general all over Ireland' wrote James Joyce, memorably, in Dubliners. Snow has been a great inspiration to writers and poets. In America Emily Dickinson, Wallace Stevens and Robert Frost have all written beautiful snow poems. But snow is nothing unusual there. Poets here are inspired by snow partly because it comes unexpectedly. There is always an element of surprise and wonder. Gillian Clarke reads her poem Snow, from her collection, Ice. Anne Washburn thinks that almost every American aged over 30 has seen the sci-fi series The Twilight Zone. The playwright tells Kirsty Lang about bringing this television classic to the English stage. The television presenter Keith Chegwin's death was announced today. There will be many tributes to Cheggers, Front Row celebrates his foray into high culture, linking his name forever with Geoffrey Chaucer, William Shakespeare, Roman Polanski and an obscure ensemble called The Third Ear Band. In 1971 Chegwin played Fleance in Polanski's wonderful film of Macbeth and he sang part of the Rondel of Merciless Beauty by Chaucer - an unexpected contrast to Cheggers Plays Pop. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Julian May.…read more

700 Vanessa Redgrave, Imperium, French African artefacts, Sally Rooney2017-12-08 20:04:00
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