1041 Ian McKellen, Monet's garden, Louis de Bernieres2016-01-25 20:12:00
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1042 Michael Keaton, Herons, Helen Ellis, John Bratby exhibition2016-01-25 09:43:00
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1043 Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray, Utopias in fiction, Villagers2016-01-21 19:57:00
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1044 Elton John, Antonia Fraser on George Weidenfeld, Nicholas Searle2016-01-20 20:10:00
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1045 Steve Carell in The Big Short, Brett Anderson and Suede, Fiona Barton2016-01-19 20:02:00
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1046 The Assassin, Jack Thorne, Attacking the Devil, Peter May2016-01-18 19:56:00
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1047 Leonardo DiCaprio, The Rack Pack, Elizabeth2016-01-15 19:56:00
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1048 Oscar Nominations Special2016-01-14 20:19:00
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1049 Creed, Lumiere London, Museum cuts, An anthem for England?2016-01-14 11:25:00
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1050 Phil Redmond, Sarah Howe, Akram Khan, Champagne Life2016-01-12 19:52:00
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1051 David Bowie Remembered2016-01-11 20:15:00
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1052 Emma Donoghue on Room, Grey Gardens, Andrew Michael Hurley, Occupied2016-01-08 19:58:00
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1053 A War, Maigret, Guys and Dolls, Frances Hardinge, The missing Hong Kong booksellers2016-01-07 18:59:00
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1054 Pierre Boulez obituary, Costa Biography winner, Tracy Ullman review; Bolshoi Babylon2016-01-06 19:55:00
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1055 David Bowie's Blackstar, Emma Rice, Don Paterson, Jericho2016-01-05 19:59:00
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1056 Tarantino on The Hateful Eight, Costa Book Awards category winners, Playwright Zodwa Nyoni2016-01-04 19:55:00
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Tarantino on The Hateful Eight, Costa Book Awards category winners, Playwright Zodwa Nyoni

Samira Ahmed talks to director Quentin Tarantino about his new Western, The Hateful Eight, which stars Samuel L. Jackson, Kurt Russell, Tim Roth and Jennifer Jason Leigh and is scored Ennio Morricone. Tarantino explains why he sees contemporary resonances in this period piece. The Hateful Eight is released on 8 January, certificate 18. The Costa Book Awards 2015 category winners are announced on Front Row tonight by the Chair of Judges, James Heneage. Following this, each night this week on Front Row, we will be talking to the individual winners and tonight's interview will be with the winner of the Novel Award. Zodwa Nyoni discusses the inspiration behind her play Nine Lives, about a gay man from Zimbabwe grappling with the UK's immigration process as he seeks asylum in Britain. Following a debut at West Yorkshire Playhouse and a national tour, Nine Lives receives its London premiere at Arcola theatre from 6 Jan. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Elaine Lester.…read more

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1058 Stories of 2015 - Part Two2015-12-31 19:45:00
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1059 Stories of the Year – Part One2015-12-30 19:45:00
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1060 And Then There Were None, Snoopy and Charlie Brown, 70s revivals2015-12-22 19:56:00
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