1101 Anne-Marie Duff, Under Milk Wood, The Affair, Fading light2015-10-26 20:00:00
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1102 Tracey Thorn, Jekyll and Hyde, Howard Brenton on Magna Carta2015-10-23 19:04:00
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1103 Daniel Craig, Art Power 100, Stephen Kovacevich2015-10-22 19:00:00
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1104 Mark-Anthony Turnage, Clocks exhibition, Colum McCann, Martin Simpson2015-10-21 18:45:00
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1105 Eames exhibition, Marlon Brando documentary, Janet Suzman2015-10-20 18:58:00
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1106 Young Chekhov, Robert Seethaler, Mississippi Grind review2015-10-19 19:02:00
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1107 The Last Kingdom; Guillermo del Toro; West Africa: Word, Symbol, Song; haiku master Buson poems rediscovered2015-10-16 18:56:00
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1108 Pan, Titian to Canaletto, Lisa Genova, Marcus Gardley2015-10-15 18:55:00
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1109 James Shapiro, Ben Folds, Zareer Masani, Giacometti2015-10-14 19:02:00
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1110 Marlon James, Stephen Frears's The Program, Fiona Banner2015-10-13 18:45:00
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1111 Tom Jones, The Lobster, Abraham Cruzvillegas2015-10-12 19:02:00
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1112 Abi Morgan, Rita Dove, British Art Show 8, Zygmunt Miloszewski2015-10-09 19:02:00
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Abi Morgan, Rita Dove, British Art Show 8, Zygmunt Miloszewski

Bafta-winning screenwriter Abi Morgan - best known for The Hour, a 2011 cold war espionage drama set in a 1956 television newsroom - discusses her new TV crime drama River, starring Stellan Skarsgård (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) as John River, a brilliant police officer whose genius and fault-line is the fragility of his mind. Every five years, the British Art Show tours the UK to showcase the work of artists who are making an important contribution to the British art scene. This year, British Art Show 8 opens at Leeds Art Gallery and features the works of forty-two artists. Art critic Richard Cork takes a look at this year's show. Rita Dove, the first African American Poet Laureate of America, talks to Kirsty ahead of delivering the Annual Poetry Society Lecture, and explains how poetry can bring hidden histories to light, using the case of the mixed race violinist George Bridgetower, to whom Beethoven first dedicated what we now call The Kreutzer Sonata. Polish author Zygmunt Miloszewski, who regards crime fiction as the best literary form of exploring his society. His thriller 'Entanglement', is now available in English, and has been dramatized for Radio 4's 'Reading Europe' Season. Presenter Kirsty Lang Producer Ella-mai Robey.…read more

1113 Ted Hughes biography, Frank Auerbach, Suffragette, Beasts of No Nation2015-10-07 19:00:00
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1114 Jeanette Winterson, Henning Mankell remembered, Goya, Rod Stewart2015-10-05 18:58:00
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1115 Terry Gilliam2015-10-02 19:00:00
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1116 The Walk, Simon Armitage, Unforgotten, Bernard Sumner2015-10-01 19:02:00
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1117 Turner Prize, The Crucible, Gabriele Finaldi, Patrick deWitt2015-09-30 19:02:00
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1118 Margaret Atwood, Emily Blunt, You, Me and the Apocalypse, Reading Europe2015-09-29 19:25:00
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1119 Macbeth, Tipping the Velvet, The Fabric of India2015-09-28 19:01:00
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1120 Ridley Scott, Mark Wigglesworth, Ceramics in Stoke2015-09-25 18:58:00
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