61 Miles Davis's Bitches Brew, Gaming, Cressida Cowell in the Culture Clinic2020-04-03 18:59:00
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62 Dua Lipa, Sara Collins, Edinburgh festivals cancelled, Molly O’Cathain2020-04-02 19:02:00
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63 The Dramatist James Graham2020-04-02 08:34:00
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64 Soprano Chen Reiss, Theatre Online, National Poetry Competition2020-03-31 18:56:00
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65 Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson plays live from Reykjavik2020-03-30 19:03:00
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66 Gloria Gaynor, Offline Arts, film Vivarium and novel Hamnet reviewed, Culture Clinic2020-03-27 20:06:00
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67 Owen Sheers, Nikita Lalwani, Writing in isolation2020-03-26 20:01:00
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68 Eliza Carthy, Art galleries and coronavirus, Terrence McNally obituary2020-03-25 20:07:00
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69 Simon Armitage, Stephen Hough, Chris Riddell on Asterix creator Albert Uderzo2020-03-24 19:56:00
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70 Rathbones Folio winner, Disney+, Malory Towers on TV, Live performance from National Theatre of Scotland2020-03-23 20:02:00
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71 Gareth Malone, Contraltos, Louise Wallwein2020-03-20 20:23:00
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72 Lennie James, Rob Auton, Jess Gillam2020-03-19 20:14:00
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73 Gary Sinyor, Arts Council aid, Theatre Uncut2020-03-18 20:06:00
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74 David Baddiel, arts prize for social change, film news2020-03-17 20:02:00
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75 How theatres will cope with PM's advice? Jennifer Offill, Roy Hudd, Kevin Guthrie2020-03-16 19:54:00
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76 Kodo Drummers, Marina Lewycka, Arts affected by coronavirus2020-03-13 19:57:00
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77 Dame Judi Dench2020-03-12 19:45:00
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78 Cartoonist Steven Appleby, Sally Abbott, The Hunt and Bacurau2020-03-11 19:59:00
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79 Misbehaviour, Marian Keyes, Mental health app, McCoy Tyner obituary2020-03-10 20:04:00
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Misbehaviour, Marian Keyes, Mental health app, McCoy Tyner obituary

The Miss World beauty pageant in 1970 is probably best remebered for one thing: The Women’s Liberation movement's intervention. They staged a protest at the final and it got them on the front pages of newspapers around the world. And now it’s the subject of a new film called Misbehaviour starring Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Jessie Buckley. We speak to the film’s director Philippa Lowthorpe about bring this moment of history to life on screen. We continue our new series, J’Accuse, in which contributors get the chance to make a short, uninterrupted argument on an artistic subject that matters to them. Tonight John is joined by bestselling author Marian Keyes who shares her thoughts on the fiction genre often dismissed as Chick Lit. A daily 9 minute breakfast show, hosted by Love Island’s Chris Taylor and drag queen Ginger Johnson is the newest way that entertainment and technology have combined to improve mental health. A new app, Wakey, has been designed with scientists and television experts to come straight to your phone so you can watch as you start the day in a positive way. Founder Deborah Coughlin tells us how it works. The jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, whose death at the age of 81 was announced at the weekend, made his name playing alongside improvisational saxophonist John Coltrane before carving out his own career as a soloist, bandleader and composer. Music writer Kevin Le Gendre looks back over the life of the influential figure. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Oliver Jones…read more

80 Representation and diversity in the arts2020-03-09 20:08:00
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