81 Misbehaviour, Marian Keyes, Mental health app, McCoy Tyner obituary2020-03-10 20:04:00
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82 Representation and diversity in the arts2020-03-09 20:08:00
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83 Rachel Parris, Mark Gatiss on Aubrey Beardsley, Andy Burnham2020-03-06 20:03:00
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84 Hassan Abdulrazzak, Onward, The art of the memoir2020-03-05 20:31:00
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85 Hilary Mantel's Cromwell trilogy, Women in hip hop, Creativity in isolation2020-03-04 20:05:00
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86 Noughts + Crosses, Pretty Woman the Musical, the rise of Subtitles2020-03-03 20:01:00
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87 Film director Francis Annan, Denise Mina, Amateur dramatics - its development and popularity2020-03-02 19:57:00
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88 Elisabeth Moss, Aravind Adiga, 20th anniversary of The Sims computer game2020-02-28 19:55:00
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89 Director Céline Sciamma, conductor André J. Thomas, clash of the titles2020-02-27 19:58:00
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90 Viviana Durante, Jeet Thayil, filming amidst the coronavirus outbreak, new visa rules for touring artists2020-02-26 19:53:00
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91 Zadie Smith on Authors as Readers, British Surrealism, Playwright Jingan Young, The Mirror and the Light publicity2020-02-25 19:58:00
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92 Sarah Williams - Flesh and Blood, Todd Haynes - Dark Waters, Bradford Library Funding, Murder 24/72020-02-24 19:53:00
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93 Quality Street in Halifax, Jasdeep Singh Degun, Artist-led Hotels2020-02-21 21:00:00
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94 The Prince of Egypt, Costume designer Sandy Powell, Irish folk singer Lisa O’ Neill2020-02-20 20:03:00
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95 George MacKay, Shirin Neshat, Richard Thomas2020-02-19 19:57:00
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96 Al Pacino and Logan Lerman, Antoinette Nwandu, End of the Century, Coronavirus and the arts2020-02-18 19:54:00
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97 Raphael's Sistine Tapestries, Michael Winterbottom, Arts Prizes in Crisis and Art History Limericks2020-02-17 19:57:00
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Raphael's Sistine Tapestries, Michael Winterbottom, Arts Prizes in Crisis and Art History Limericks

This week the Sistine Chapel is unveiling ten tapestries by Raphael, to mark the 500th anniversary of artist’s death and now, for the first time since the 16th century, visitors can see them as they were intended to be displayed. Anna Somers Cocks, founding editor of The Art Newspaper, reports on their significance. In light of controversial decisions by the Turner and Booker Prize judges to split their awards among multiple entrants, alongside recent protests around representation at the Baftas and Oscars, the resignation of the French Cesar Academy board and the #MeToo scandal that forced the cancellation of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature, we ask what’s going wrong with modern arts prizes? Is there a crisis of authority in who is allowed to say what’s good or bad? Have we lost the ability to unite around a shared idea of excellence? To consider the issues Stig is joined by book critic Alex Clark and Karen Simecek, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Warwick University. 24 Hour Party People director Michael Winterbottom discusses his new film Greed, starring Steve Coogan as a narcissistic British billionaire and fashion tycoon Sir Richard ‘Greedy’ McCreadie, whose star and power is fading. And, after Radio 4's A History of the World in 100 Objects Front Row presents The History of Art in 100 Limericks. Angus Reid, who wrote them, performs some. Presenter: Stig Abell Producer: Julian May…read more

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99 David Mitchell, Elizabeth Llewellyn, Wuthering Heights on stage2020-02-13 19:54:00
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100 Leicester Comedy Festival, Eshaan Akbar, Ishi Khan, Easy Life2020-02-12 20:16:00
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