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84 James Graham on Quiz, Braids, changes in the ways we listen to music, and John Prine2020-04-08 19:05:00
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85 AL Kennedy, Sam Sweeney performs live, lockdown listening habits2020-04-07 18:58:00
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86 Wordsworth Anniversary, Kerry Shale radio play, Critic Gillian Reynolds, Composer Nainita Desai2020-04-06 19:18:00
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95 Simon Armitage, Stephen Hough, Chris Riddell on Asterix creator Albert Uderzo2020-03-24 19:56:00
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96 Rathbones Folio winner, Disney+, Malory Towers on TV, Live performance from National Theatre of Scotland2020-03-23 20:02:00
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David Baddiel, arts prize for social change, film news

Author and comedian David Baddiel is going to read The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow, now his UK tour has been cancelled due to coronavirus, and he has the time. David tells Stig Abell why this novel has always been such a challenge to him. As cinemas close round the country, Universal Pictures have announced they are home releasing several current big films such as Emma and The Invisible Man. Critic Jason Solomons discusses what this means for the industry. The Visionary Honours is a prize recognising artworks in all genres that have generated the greatest social change from diversity, mental health, anti-social behaviour and environmental change. We speak to the co-founder Adrian Grant about why he felt this award was needed, and critic Hannah McGill charts the ups and downs of art for social good. And Irish musicians John Gaughan and Gerry Diver perform Splendid Isolation live in the studio to celebrate St Patrick's Day Presenter: Stig Abell Producer: Dymphna Flynn…read more