1001 Kirsty Lang interviews theatre producer Sonia Friedman2016-03-29 12:37:00
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1002 The Passion, Zootropolis, Max Stafford Clark, Blue Eyes2016-03-29 10:13:00
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1003 Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe2016-03-28 12:45:00
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1004 The RSC's Hamlet, Culture Minister Ed Vaizey, Batman v Superman, Underworld2016-03-23 20:02:00
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1005 Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard, Maigret with Rowan Atkinson, Sunken Cities2016-03-22 19:58:00
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1006 The A Word, Neil LaBute, Remembering Barry Hines, Ottessa Moshfegh2016-03-21 19:53:00
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1007 Jeremy Irons and Richard Eyre celebrate Bristol Old Vic's 250th, Disorder, 10 Cloverfield Lane2016-03-18 19:55:00
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1008 The Painkiller, Follow the Money, Maylis de Kerangal, The Gloaming2016-03-17 19:51:00
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1009 Jane Horrocks, High-Rise, Russia and the Arts, Remembering Sylvia Anderson2016-03-16 19:58:00
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1010 Antonio Pappano, Marguerite reviewed, Photographer Paul Strand2016-03-15 19:50:00
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1011 Composer Peter Maxwell Davies, singer Iggy Pop, novelist Jim Powell2016-03-14 20:03:00
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1012 The Ones Below, Sonita, Tate funding, Comedy Playhouse, War Horse music2016-03-11 20:37:00
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1013 Martin Parr's exhibitions, Assemble at Tate Liverpool, Bradford Media Museum controversy, Morrissey as London's mayor2016-03-10 19:54:00
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1014 Remembering George Martin, Anna Meredith, Motown the Musical, The Witch2016-03-09 20:13:00
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1015 Anomalisa, Seamus Heaney's The Aeneid, Handel at Vauxhall, In the Age of Giorgione2016-03-08 19:57:00
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1016 07/03/20162016-03-07 20:05:00
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1017 Hail, Caesar!, Don Quixote, Thirteen, English Touring Opera2016-03-04 20:07:00
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1018 Richard Gere in Time Out of Mind, Tanita Tikaram, Look Back in Anger2016-03-03 20:09:00
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1019 Botticelli, Gillian Slovo, Tony Warren remembered, Dr Thorne2016-03-02 19:52:00
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1020 Peter Cook, Hitchcock/Truffaut, Tabletop Shakespeare, Tim Sayer2016-03-01 20:01:00
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Peter Cook, Hitchcock/Truffaut, Tabletop Shakespeare, Tim Sayer

Professor Sir Peter Cook received a knighthood for services to architecture and was awarded the Royal Gold Medal from the Royal Institute of British Architecture, yet he has never designed a building in Britain - until now. He shows us around the drawing studio he's created for the Arts University Bournemouth. In 1962, Francois Truffaut persuaded fellow film director Alfred Hitchcock to sit with him for a week-long interview in which they discussed the secrets of cinema. Hannah McGill reviews a new documentary about this meeting, which resulted in Truffaut's seminal book "Hitchcock/Truffaut". The Barbican is staging Shakespeare as we've never seen it before; each of his 36 plays have been condensed and are presented on a table top using a cast of everyday objects. Macbeth is a cheese grater, Pericles a light bulb and Hamlet's a bottle of ink. Tim Etchells from Forced Entertainment explains why. The Hepworth Wakefield gallery has announced details of one of the UK's largest bequests. It's one of the most significant gifts received from a private collector. Tim Sayer was a passionate collector, a self-confessed 'art-oholic', and a retired BBC Radio 4 newswriter. So how did he acquire such an important collection? Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Angie Nehring.…read more