1061 Star Wars, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Edith Piaf celebrated2015-12-17 20:14:00
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1062 Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Roman poet Horace, Christmas TV2015-12-16 20:04:00
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1063 We're Doomed, The Dazzle, The Waterstone's Book of the Year, The impact of touring musicals on original regional theatre2015-12-16 15:00:00
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1064 Harry Price: Ghost Hunter, Poets as novelists, Rosie Hood, The Haunting of Hill House2015-12-15 20:00:00
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1065 Grandma, Val Wood, Theatrical wigs, Best stand-up comedy DVDs2015-12-11 19:59:00
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1066 Christopher Ricks on TS Eliot, Arthur Miller play premier, Top picks for non-fiction books of 20152015-12-10 20:02:00
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1067 Peter Mullan, Peggy Guggenheim, Transparent2015-12-10 16:45:00
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1068 Andrew Graham-Dixon on the Mona Lisa, David Bowie's Lazarus and Andrew Lloyd Webber's School of Rock open in New York2015-12-08 19:54:00
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1069 Jim Broadbent and Patrick Barlow, Victoria and Albert New Galleries, By the Sea, TV box sets2015-12-07 20:30:00
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1070 John Constable, Frank Sinatra, The art of animation, Poetic performance enhancers2015-12-04 19:45:00
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1071 Carlos Acosta, Sheridan Smith's Funny Girl, Gregory Porter2015-12-03 19:57:00
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1072 A Very Murray Christmas, Conductor Xian Zhang, Macbeth at Young Vic, Big Bang show2015-12-02 18:28:00
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1073 Queen Anne, John Napier, Google Cultural Institute, Sunset Song2015-12-01 19:58:00
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1074 Victor Frankenstein, Andrew McMillan, Shami Chakrabarti, Finding Winnie (the Pooh)2015-11-30 20:00:00
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1075 Richard Eyre on Ibsen, Ancient Greek drama and PTSD, Vivien Duffield2015-11-27 19:58:00
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1076 William Hill Sports Book of the Year, Simon Callow, Michael Oglesby2015-11-26 19:53:00
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1077 Black Mass, The Homecoming at 50, Peter Bazalgette on arts funding, Paul Ruddock2015-11-25 19:55:00
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1078 Elisabeth Frink, Quentin Letts, Lloyd Dorfman2015-11-24 19:45:00
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Elisabeth Frink, Quentin Letts, Lloyd Dorfman

Dame Elisabeth Frink is the subject of a new exhibition in Nottingham which seeks to show the workings of her creative mind. Kirsty Lang talks to the curator of her estate, Annette Ratuszniak, and her son, Lin Jammet. They discuss the work of the artist known for her sculptures of men, animals, and religious figures. The police have released figures stating Music and sports fans have lost more than £1.2 million to ticket fraud in the last six months showing much more needs to be done to protect people buying tickets. Following up on Front Row's ticket resale discussion last week we are now talking to Ticketmaster Chairman Chris Edmonds about how primary ticket seller Ticketmaster combat touts, and its relationship with the ticket resale market. Quentin Letts, who writes parliamentary sketches by day and theatre reviews by night for the Daily Mail, talks to Kirsty about his debut novel, The Speaker's Wife, a satire on the state of the Church of England and the workings of the House of Commons. This week Front Row talks to leading arts philanthropists, today to Lloyd Dorfman, about his work with the National Theatre.…read more

1079 Steven Spielberg, Artist and Empire, Hannah Rothschild2015-11-23 19:55:00
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1080 Emile Zola Special: JR, Michel Houellebecq2015-11-20 19:45:00
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