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722 Hugh Grant, Stephen Fry, Hollywood and homosexuality2017-11-08 20:11:00
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723 Front Row2017-11-07 20:09:00
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724 Kenneth Lonergan on Howards End, The Florida Project, Artists as curators2017-11-06 20:01:00
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725 Modern fairytales with Joanne Harris and Jonathan Coe; Call Me by Your Name; Catalonian culture2017-11-03 20:09:00
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726 Kenneth Branagh, Keeping TV secrets, Josie Lawrence, Parents in film2017-11-02 19:55:00
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727 Tracey Emin, Minette Walters, Gauguin biopic2017-11-01 20:20:00
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728 Lisette Oropesa, Richard Flanagan, Kate MccGwire2017-10-31 20:02:00
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729 Bill Bailey, Philip Pullman, Alias Grace2017-10-30 20:06:00
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730 Annie Leibovitz, Andy Serkis, David Bomberg2017-10-27 19:05:00
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731 Stranger Things 2, Richard Bean on Young Marx, The Essay2017-10-26 19:16:00
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732 Women and Sexism in the Arts2017-10-25 19:19:00
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733 Taika Waititi on Thor, Art in the Age of Terror, David Adjaye, Eisenstein's October2017-10-24 18:58:00
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734 Armistead Maupin, Viviana Durante on Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Mining Art Gallery2017-10-23 18:51:00
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735 Harry Hill, Liza Tarbuck, Yoshiki2017-10-20 19:22:00
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736 Daniel Radcliffe, I Am Not a Witch, Wim Wenders, Taj Mahal2017-10-19 19:03:00
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737 Beth Ditto, Jackie Kay, Domestic Noir2017-10-18 19:08:00
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738 St Vincent, Andrew Michael Hurley, The Tin Drum, Daljit Nagra2017-10-17 19:07:00
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St Vincent, Andrew Michael Hurley, The Tin Drum, Daljit Nagra

The American singer St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark, discusses her new album Masseduction. Andrew Michael Hurley's debut novel The Loney was a runaway success, winning the 2015 Costa Book Award in the First Novel category. The author discusses his follow-up, Devil's Day, which like The Loney is a gothic horror story set in Lancashire. The Tin Drum by Nobel Laureate Günter Grass centres on Oskar, who refuses to grow from the age of 3 and has a voice that can shatter glass. The Cornwall-based theatre company Kneehigh have adapted the story for the stage and is currently touring the UK. Writer and broadcaster Paul Allen reviews. Poet Daljit Nagra considers the current fashion for TV and radio adverts to feature poetry. Presenter Stig Abell Producer Jerome Weatherald.…read more

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740 Kit Harington, Kele Okereke, Dynasty, Porridge2017-10-13 19:11:00
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