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62 Anna Chancellor, Harshdeep Kaur, Hilton Als2018-03-26 19:01:00
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63 Sonia Boyce, Debussy, Black Men Walking2018-03-23 20:26:00
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64 Macbeth, The British Council, Performing couples who tour2018-03-22 20:03:00
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65 Steven Soderbergh's Unsane, America's Cool Modernism, Life after the Double Act, Stage Blood2018-03-21 20:23:00
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66 Jimmy Iovine, Donal Ryan, Glyndebourne Opera Cup, Spring equinox poems2018-03-20 20:21:00
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67 Andrew Lloyd Webber2018-03-19 20:00:00
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68 Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson on The Voice, Art galleries on screen2018-03-16 19:58:00
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69 Tomb Raider, Lisa Halliday, Immersive theatre2018-03-15 20:09:00
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70 Mary Magdalene, Icelandic fiction, Joseph Morpurgo, Stephen Hawking in culture2018-03-14 20:02:00
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71 Paddy Considine, Gemma Bodinetz, Integrated Casting2018-03-13 20:30:00
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72 Eleanor Bron, The Great Wave, Ken Dodd2018-03-12 20:05:00
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73 Ian McKellen, A Wrinkle in Time, Disability Champion Andrew Miller, Aida Muluneh2018-03-09 20:08:00
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74 Jessica Jones, Women's Prize for Fiction nominees, The Cherry Orchard, Redressing the gender balance in the music industry2018-03-08 20:08:00
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75 David Attenborough on painter John Craxton, Wonder Wheel, #MeToo poetry anthology2018-03-07 20:02:00
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76 The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Picasso at the Tate, David Oyelowo2018-03-06 20:01:00
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77 You Were Never Really Here, Colin Currie, Charlotte Salomon2018-03-05 20:06:00
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78 Jess Thom on Beckett's Not I, Disbelieved women in fiction, Deep Throat Choir2018-03-02 20:10:00
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79 Civilisations, Wendy Cope, Contemporary Chinese Art2018-03-01 19:55:00
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80 Sharon Horgan, Maya Youssef, Samantha Harvey2018-02-28 19:55:00
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Sharon Horgan, Maya Youssef, Samantha Harvey

Sharon Horgan, the comedy actress and writer behind Pulling, Motherhood and Catastrophe features in her first major Hollywood film, Game Night. She tells Kirsty about the difference between working on American movies and British television and why series like Catastrophe aren't , in fact, sitcoms. Syrian musician Maya Youssef brings her qanun into the studio and performs from her album Syrian Dreams. Samantha's Harvey's latest novel, The Western Wind, is a literary medieval whodunit with an ingenious construction. She discusses its palindromic form and explains the significance of setting it in 1491. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Rebecca Armstrong.…read more