981 The announcement of the winner of the BBC National Short Story Award2016-10-04 19:20:00
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982 Tom Stoppard, The Girl on the Train, Suzanne Lacy, Feminist art, Neville Marriner remembered2016-10-03 18:57:00
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983 Deepwater Horizon, Crisis in Six Scenes, Melvyn Tan, Maria Semple2016-09-29 19:21:00
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984 The composer Steve Reich talks to John Wilson2016-09-28 17:41:00
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985 Gillian Anderson, Pinocchio, Villette2016-09-27 18:59:00
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986 Dominic Cooper and Terry Johnson, Turner Prize shortlist, Completing other authors' books2016-09-26 18:55:00
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987 Tamara Rojo, Akram Khan, Grace Coddington2016-09-23 19:08:00
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988 Hull City of Culture 2017, Emma Donoghue, Ira Sachs, a poem for autumn, K J Orr2016-09-22 18:51:00
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989 The Magnificent Seven, Suzan-Lori Parks, Paul Muldoon, BBC National Short Story Award2016-09-21 18:59:00
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990 Daniel Radcliffe; William Kentridge; BBC National Short Story Award; and turning sex into prose2016-09-20 19:02:00
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991 Emeli Sande, BBC National Short Story Award, Abstract Expressionism2016-09-19 18:57:00
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992 Led Zeppelin, BBC National Short Story Award, Martin Roth2016-09-16 18:50:00
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993 Sam Neill, Sharon Bolton and Stephanie Merritt and how best to teach art history2016-09-15 19:05:00
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994 Ron Howard on The Beatles, Sharon Olds, Tom Ellis, Two Women2016-09-14 18:58:00
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995 Man Booker shortlist, Amos Oz, Wifredo Lam exhibition, and Blair Witch2016-09-13 19:07:00
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Man Booker shortlist, Amos Oz, Wifredo Lam exhibition, and Blair Witch

The Man Booker shortlist is announced today, and critic Alex Clark discusses the most unpredictable list for years. The distinguished Israeli writer, Amos Oz, discusses his latest novel, Judas, which provides an alternative reading not just of the man whose name became synonymous with the word traitor, but suggests that traitors may have more to offer than simple betrayal. Wifredo Lam was a Cuban modernist painter, and friend of Picasso. As a major exhibition of his work opens at Tate Modern, Samira meets his son Eskil Lam and the exhibition's curator, Matthew Gale. Seventeen years ago, low-budget horror film The Blair Witch Project told the story of three film students who vanish in the woods after filming a documentary about a local legend, leaving only their footage behind. As a third sequel is released - called Blair Witch - film critic Ryan Gilbey examines the original film's influence and the 'found footage' genre it has spawned. Presenter : Samira Ahmed Producer : Dymphna Flynn Image: Bélial, Emperor of the Flies (1948) by Wifredo Lam. (c) SDO Wifredo Lam.…read more

996 Julie Walters, Jack Thorne, Nicole Farhi, Gillian Slovo and a review of The Clan2016-09-12 18:53:00
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997 Hell or High Water, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Aravind Adiga2016-09-09 19:01:00
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998 Sharon Maguire, Liz Carr, Ann Patchett2016-09-08 18:45:00
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999 Secret in Their Eyes, Katie Mitchell, AB Yehoshua, Stutterer2016-09-08 14:04:00
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1000 Revolution at the V&A, Ben Hur, Anthropoid, Maggi Hambling2016-09-07 18:54:00
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