821 Lee Child on Edward Hopper, ENO's Cressida Pollock and The Pass2016-12-05 20:03:00
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822 Alison Steadman, Anders Lustgarten, History of art A-level2016-12-02 20:09:00
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823 Sculpture on the streets, Strictly Ballroom the Musical, Moana2016-12-01 20:14:00
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824 Robert Rauschenberg, The poetry of Philip Larkin, This is Us reviewed2016-11-30 20:03:00
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825 Clint Eastwood's Sully, Robert Olen Butler, Roger Law2016-11-29 20:01:00
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826 Rolling Stones new album, Miles Teller on Bleed for This, The Last Poets2016-11-28 19:57:00
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827 Mel Giedroyc on new musicals showcase, Michael Morpurgo, Bad Santa 2, Penelope Lively2016-11-25 20:11:00
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828 William Hill Sports Book of the Year, Rillington Place, Johnny Cash2016-11-24 19:57:00
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829 Mark Rylance and Claire van Kampen on Nice Fish; Anselm Kiefer; Spike Lee's Chi-raq2016-11-23 20:03:00
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830 Adam Driver, Costa Book Awards shortlist announced, Gilmore Girls2016-11-22 20:19:00
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831 Zadie Smith, William Trevor, Lucy Kirkwood, Allied2016-11-21 19:52:00
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832 Ed Harris on stage, Jonathan Dove, Gavin Turk2016-11-18 20:15:00
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833 The Hepworth Prize, New Art Gallery Walsall, Indignation, Don Giovanni2016-11-17 19:56:00
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The Hepworth Prize, New Art Gallery Walsall, Indignation, Don Giovanni

The inaugural Hepworth Prize for Sculpture recognises a UK-based artist who has made a significant contribution to the development of contemporary sculpture. Vying for the prize are four artists: Helen Marten, Phyllida Barlow, Stephen Claydon and David Medalla. Their work featuring household junk, hammocks, foam bubbles, magnetised pennies and paintings suggests sculpture is a broad church these days. Front Row announces the winner. 16 years after the £21m New Art Gallery Walsall opened its doors, which has also served as a catalyst for the regeneration of the Midlands town, the council is about to withdraw 100% of its funding, which will most likely lead to the gallery's closure. Its director Stephen Snoddy speaks out about the challenges the gallery faces and what the implications of the closure would be for the area. The director of Northern Ireland Opera, Oliver Mears, discusses his forthcoming production of Don Giovanni, set on a cruise ship in the 1960s, and, as he prepares to take up the role of Director of Opera at the Royal Opera House, he looks back on his work in Belfast, and forward to his plans for Covent Garden. Indignation is the ninth film adaptation of a Philip Roth novel. As it opens in the UK, critics Leslie Felperin and Jason Solomons discuss whether this particular book transfers well to the screen, why so many of Roth's books rarely do, and why so many film directors are attracted to his work. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Angie Nehring.…read more

834 Paulo Coelho, Your Name, Turner Contemporary, the art of writing non-fiction2016-11-16 19:55:00
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835 Rosamund Pike & David Oyelowo on A United Kingdom, Van Gogh controversy, Cape Town City Ballet2016-11-15 20:22:00
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836 J K Rowling's Fantastic Beasts, Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols, French film Divines, Chris Riddell on school libraries2016-11-14 20:15:00
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837 Leonard Cohen, BalletBoyz, Contemporary war poetry2016-11-11 20:17:00
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838 Zadie Smith's NW, Rambert, Norman Ackroyd, War memorials2016-11-10 19:57:00
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839 Andrew Lloyd Webber, Ewan McGregor, Elton John's photos, Goldsmiths Prize winner2016-11-09 20:08:00
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840 Musician Kathryn Tickell, Writer David Almond, Live Theatre2016-11-08 20:21:00
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