901 Artistic Responses to the Battle of the Somme, from Jeremy Deller to the Caribbean2016-07-01 19:05:00
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902 Ab Fab director Mandie Fletcher, Phill Jupitus on Trumpton's creator, Olivia de Havilland turns 1002016-06-30 18:53:00
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903 Michael Kiwanuka, War movies, Lyndon B Johnson, Scotty Moore2016-06-29 19:16:00
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904 David Hockney at Royal Academy, Choreographer Sir Peter Wright, Tenor Gregory Kunde, Updating album covers2016-06-28 19:00:00
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905 Jessie Burton, Stanley Spencer exhibition, York Art Gallery, From Afar2016-06-27 19:00:00
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906 Damon Albarn and the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, Inspiring impressionism2016-06-24 18:45:00
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907 Carsten Holler's Orbit slide, Emma Rice, Jupiter Artland2016-06-23 18:57:00
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908 Ralph Fiennes on Richard III, Elvis & Nixon, Refugee fiction, Amjad Sabri2016-06-22 18:55:00
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909 Carys Bray, The Meddler reviewed, Henry V, Painters' Paintings at National Gallery, Derby Museums acquisitions2016-06-21 18:55:00
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910 Independence Day, Chris Riddell wins Kate Greenaway medal, Fretwork and C4's The Border2016-06-20 19:02:00
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Independence Day, Chris Riddell wins Kate Greenaway medal, Fretwork and C4's The Border

Independence Day, starring Will Smith, redefined the summer blockbuster. Now, twenty years on, writer, director and producer Roland Emmerich returns to the movie with a sequel - Independence Day: Resurgence. John Wilson talks to Roland about why he decided to make the film despite his dislike of sequels, spending huge film budgets and getting diverse actors on screen. Chris Riddell, the Children's Laureate, has been announced as the winner of The Kate Greenaway Medal 2016 for the book The Sleeper and the Spindle. Chris is the illustrator and the story is by Neil Gaiman. Chris has won this prestigious prize for illustration in a children's book for an unprecedented third time. Fretwork are a group of musicians who have been performing early music on the viol, a predecessor to the modern violin and cello, for 30 years. Founding member Richard Boothby and new recruit Emily Ashton join us to demonstrate why the viol isn't an outdated piece of musical technology. The Border is the first Polish series to be shown on British terrestrial TV. Rachel Cooke reviews this timely drama about human-traffickers on the border border of the EU between Poland and Ukraine.…read more

911 Trevor Nunn, Natasha Walter, Jake Bugg2016-06-17 19:05:00
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912 Mike Bartlett on Wild, Tale of Tales film review, Georgiana Houghton exhibition review, Suburra director Stefano Sollima2016-06-16 18:53:00
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913 Ashley Pharoah, Novels in verse, Chris Watson2016-06-15 18:51:00
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914 Tate Modern's new Switch House gallery, Pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Debut novelist Emma Cline2016-06-14 19:10:00
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915 Tom Odell, Ove Arup, Theatre's response to the Battle of the Somme2016-06-13 18:58:00
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916 Andy Hamilton, Rattigan on stage, Studio Ghibli's last film, Blake Morrison and Gavin Bryars2016-06-10 18:57:00
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917 Frances Morris, director of Tate Modern, Anish Kapoor on designing at the ENO, Embrace of the Serpent review2016-06-09 18:52:00
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918 Guy Garvey, Bailey's Prize winner, The Go-Between2016-06-08 19:13:00
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919 Ben Kingsley, Casey Nicholaw, RA Summer Exhibition, Outcast2016-06-07 18:55:00
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920 Peter Shaffer remembered, Don DeLillo, Anthony Horowitz on New Blood, Beth Orton2016-06-06 19:04:00
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