821 Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie; Arcade Fire; Richard Wilson2014-06-27 01:00:00
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822 Metallica, Scottish Art, Dr Zhivago, Beggar's Opera2014-06-26 01:00:00
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823 Lesley Manville and Richard Eyre, James Patterson, Nicholas Hytner, Ming2014-06-25 01:00:00
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824 Seve reviewed; Dennis Hopper's photographs; composer David Arnold2014-06-24 01:00:00
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825 Manic Street Preachers; Chef reviewed; Carnegie winner Kevin Brooks2014-06-23 01:00:00
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826 The Fault in Our Stars; Peter Brook; Bret Anthony Johnston2014-06-20 01:00:00
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827 19/06/20142014-06-19 01:00:00
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828 Toni Morrison special2014-06-18 01:00:00
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829 Carey Mulligan; Colour at the National Gallery; the artistic legacy of the miners' strike 30 years on2014-06-17 01:00:00
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830 Placido Domingo, JK Rowling's new novel, Jersey Boys, Ten Pieces2014-06-16 01:00:00
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831 Roger Graef, Belle reviewed; The art of Dazzle Ships2014-06-13 01:00:00
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Roger Graef, Belle reviewed; The art of Dazzle Ships

Historian and broadcaster Amanda Vickery gives her verdict on the film Belle, set in the eighteenth century, which tells the true story of the illegitimate daughter of a British naval officer and a slave, who was brought up by her great uncle in Georgian London. Bafta award-winner Roger Graef has been making documentaries for fifty years. A pioneer of "fly-on-the-wall" formats and films made in closed institutions such as prisons, police stations and government ministries, Roger has just been given a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Sheffield DocFest. He joins Kirsty to discuss his work - and to give his predictions for the future of documentary-making. Dazzle Ships were used in the First World War to confuse the enemy. A variety of British ships were painted in bright, colourful patterns to disorientate and confuse German sailors trying to judge the vessels' speed and direction. As two new Dazzle Ships are created in the UK, Front Row hears from the project curator and a naval historian. Tom Rachman's first novel, The Imperfectionists, about a failing newspaper received rave reviews. His second novel The Rise & Fall of Great Powers, starts off in failing bookshop. He talks to Kirsty about why he thinks books, if not newspapers, will survive the digital future. Kirsty Lang - Presenter Nicola Holloway - producer.…read more

832 Helena Bonham-Carter; The Human Factor2014-06-12 01:00:00
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833 Dolly Parton; Fathers and Sons; Wolfgang Tillmans2014-06-11 01:00:00
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834 Antonio Pappano; playwright Anne Washburn; Banksy retrospective2014-06-10 01:00:00
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835 Rik Mayall; Folk Art; TV soaps; Prince Buthelezi on Zulu; John Tusa2014-06-09 01:00:00
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836 Marina Abramovic; Hotel; Emma Healey; Crowd Out2014-06-06 01:00:00
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837 Robert Lindsay; Orange is the New Black; Toumani and Sidiki Diabate; Rake's Progress at the Foundling Museum2014-06-05 01:00:00
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838 Cornelia Parker at the RA Summer Exhibition; News of the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction; Daria Klimentova2014-06-04 01:00:00
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839 22 Jump Street; Bernard Haitink; Roisin Murphy; The Roof2014-06-03 01:00:00
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840 Terry Gilliam and Edward Gardner, Joshua Ferris, Clean Bandit2014-06-02 01:00:00
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