761 Zach Braff, Tessa Hadley, Charles Aznavour2014-09-19
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762 Denzel Washington; Howard Brenton; Leonard Cohen; Riccardo Chailly2014-09-18
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763 Joan Baez, BBC National Short Story award shortlist, Hamlet2014-09-17
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764 Magic in the Moonlight; Constable at the V&A; Ballyturk2014-09-16
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765 The Riot Club; Ming at the British Museum; percussionist Colin Currie2014-09-15
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766 Kate Mosse; Stellan Skarsgård; Glue reviewed; Sir Donald Sinden2014-09-12
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767 Cilla; Will and Kate on stage; Tudor portraits; Ted Hughes' animal poems2014-09-11
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768 Rufus Wainwright, The Leftovers, Anthony Caro, Kinshasa Symphony Orchestra2014-09-10
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769 Man Booker Prize Shortlist; James Ellroy; Joyce DiDonato; the Wallace Collection2014-09-09
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770 A Most Wanted Man, Eliasson and Turner at Tate, Breeders2014-09-08
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771 Pride; Horst; Tyrant; Rachel Cusk2014-09-05
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772 Will Self; Little Revolution; Tony Bennett2014-09-04
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773 Dan Stevens; Pat Barker; Matthew Thomas2014-09-03
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774 Helen Mirren; Lang Lang; David Mitchell2014-09-02
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775 Smokey Robinson; Lenny Henry; Before I Go to Sleep; Secrets2014-09-01
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776 Alan Ayckbourn, Omid Djalili, Venice Film Festival2014-08-29
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777 Margaret Atwood, Paco Peña, Obvious Child, Folkestone Triennial2014-08-28
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778 Jesse Eisenberg, Kate Bush, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Our Zoo2014-08-27
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779 Johnny Marr; Frank Auerbach at Tate; Alex Gibney on Fela Kuti2014-08-26
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780 Richard Bean2014-08-25
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Richard Bean

In a Front Row special, playwright Richard Bean discusses his prolific and varied career, which includes One Man, Two Guvnors and three new plays this year alone: Great Britain, Pitcairn and Made in Dagenham. James Corden, who played the original lead in One Man, Two Guvnors, talks to John Wilson about what is possibly the best role he'll ever play. And National Theatre director Nicholas Hytner explains the success of his collaborations with Bean, which include this year's phone-hacking satire starring Billie Piper, Great Britain. Presenter John Wilson Producer Claire Bartleet.…read more