1021 Alexander McCall Smith, Review of The Shallows, National Youth Theatre turning 60.2016-08-10 18:53:00
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1022 Baz Luhrmann's The Get Down, Krys Lee, Allegro at 70, Windsor racecourse's resident artist2016-08-09 18:54:00
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1023 The Glass Menagerie, Conrad Shawcross, Sitcoms at 602016-08-08 19:00:00
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1024 Yerma starring Billie Piper, Film director Todd Solondz, Russian pianist Kirill Gerstein, Slam poetry in Brazil2016-08-05 19:09:00
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1025 The Mercury Prize shortlist, Colin Spencer and Jon Brittain on gay theatre, Brazilian artist Vivian Caccuri, author Sara Taylor2016-08-04 19:05:00
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1026 Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, The Little Prince, Brazilian artists, The Macarena at 202016-08-03 18:52:00
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1027 Brian Cox, Brighton i360, Chilcot at Edinburgh festival, Ernesto Neto.2016-08-03 08:47:00
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1028 Front Row from Rio de Janeiro2016-07-29 18:45:00
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1029 Tallulah, David Bowie Prom, The Plough and the Stars2016-07-28 19:05:00
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1030 Bourne, Man Booker Prize long list, The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, Presidential campaign music.2016-07-27 18:56:00
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1031 Harry Potter on stage, Cultural response to Brexit, Michael Berkeley and Anthony Payne2016-07-26 18:59:00
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1032 Front Row: The Cultural Response To Brexit2016-07-26 15:33:00
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1033 Finding Dory, My Brilliant Friend, Mahler's musical manuscript, Edmund Clark's War of Terror2016-07-25 19:06:00
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1034 Mark Rylance on The BFG, Pixie Lott, Alpesh Chauhan2016-07-22 18:58:00
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1035 Born to be blue, Antonello Manacorda, Shari Lapena, The Body Extended2016-07-21 18:55:00
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1036 William Eggleston exhibition, Tess Gerritsen, Graphene artists, Wang Jianlin2016-07-20 18:55:00
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1037 Michelle Williams, Brexageddon?!, David & Peter Adjaye, Pokemon Go2016-07-19 18:58:00
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1038 Simon Pegg on Star Trek, Beatrix Potter at 150, Stalking the Bogeyman2016-07-18 18:59:00
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1039 Alistair Beaton, Marcus Harvey, Facing the World, Someone Knows My Name2016-07-15 19:02:00
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Alistair Beaton, Marcus Harvey, Facing the World, Someone Knows My Name

Fracked! Or: Please don't use the F-word is a comedy in Chichester about shale extraction. Playwright Alistair Beaton explains how he keeps the play topical in times of fast political change, and how he cast actor James Bolam when he met him demonstrating against a potential fracking site in Sussex. The art of the self-portrait - why do artists portray themselves? From Rembrandt's unflinching treatment of his ageing reflection to Ai Weiwei's politically-charged use of social media, a new exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh sets out to answer that question. Moira Jeffrey reviews Facing the World. Someone Knows My Name is a Canadian historical drama which tells the true story of a West African girl who campaigns for her freedom after she is abducted into slavery in South Carolina. Kevin Le Gendre reviews this TV adaptation. Marcus Harvey first attracted public attention as a YBA with his portrait of the child killer Myra Hindley, created from a small child's handprints. Protestors picketed the Royal Academy when it went on show as part of Sensation in 1997. Harvey discusses new exhibition Inselaffe at Jerwood Gallery in Hastings, which explores what it means to be British. Presenter: Tom Sutcliffe Producer: Angie Nehring.…read more

1040 The Secret Agent; Sol Gabetta, Black Masculinity2016-07-14 19:01:00
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