1141 The RSC's Hamlet, Culture Minister Ed Vaizey, Batman v Superman, Underworld2016-03-23 20:02:00
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1142 Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard, Maigret with Rowan Atkinson, Sunken Cities2016-03-22 19:58:00
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1143 The A Word, Neil LaBute, Remembering Barry Hines, Ottessa Moshfegh2016-03-21 19:53:00
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1144 Jeremy Irons and Richard Eyre celebrate Bristol Old Vic's 250th, Disorder, 10 Cloverfield Lane2016-03-18 19:55:00
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1145 The Painkiller, Follow the Money, Maylis de Kerangal, The Gloaming2016-03-17 19:51:00
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1146 Jane Horrocks, High-Rise, Russia and the Arts, Remembering Sylvia Anderson2016-03-16 19:58:00
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1147 Antonio Pappano, Marguerite reviewed, Photographer Paul Strand2016-03-15 19:50:00
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1148 Composer Peter Maxwell Davies, singer Iggy Pop, novelist Jim Powell2016-03-14 20:03:00
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1149 The Ones Below, Sonita, Tate funding, Comedy Playhouse, War Horse music2016-03-11 20:37:00
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The Ones Below, Sonita, Tate funding, Comedy Playhouse, War Horse music

The Ones Below is a dark and tense thriller, focussing on the relationship between two sets of first time expectant parents. After a tragic accident, a divide develops between them and a series of sinister clues lead to an unsettling discovery. Kate Muir, film critic for The Times, joins Kirsty Lang to discuss David Farr's big screen directorial debut. Afghan rapper and activist Sonita shares her experience of almost being sold into a forced marriage and director Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami describes her award-winning documentary telling Sonita's story, screened at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival this evening and next week. The BBC's Arts Editor and former Media Director at the Tate, Will Gompertz, considers the impact of BP's decision to end its sponsorship of the gallery after 26 years. As the BBC announce a season celebrating sitcoms, Boyd Hilton takes a look at its latest comedy offering Stop/Start. The pilot episode airs tonight as part of the long running series Comedy Playhouse which gave birth to TV classics Steptoe & Son and Are You Being Served. Joey will gallop around the West End stage for the last time when War Horse ends, after 7 years, tomorrow night. The extraordinary puppetry has attracted a lot of attention, but crucial to the play's success has been the music. This draws on folk song, which melds with classical orchestration. Director Tom Morris, and song-maker John Tams explain their approach, and Tim van Eyken, who was the original Songman in the National Theatre's production, plays and sings live in the Front Row studio.…read more

1150 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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1151 Remembering George Martin, Anna Meredith, Motown the Musical, The Witch2016-03-09 20:13:00
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1152 Anomalisa, Seamus Heaney's The Aeneid, Handel at Vauxhall, In the Age of Giorgione2016-03-08 19:57:00
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1153 07/03/20162016-03-07 20:05:00
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1154 Hail, Caesar!, Don Quixote, Thirteen, English Touring Opera2016-03-04 20:07:00
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1155 Richard Gere in Time Out of Mind, Tanita Tikaram, Look Back in Anger2016-03-03 20:09:00
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1156 Botticelli, Gillian Slovo, Tony Warren remembered, Dr Thorne2016-03-02 19:52:00
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1157 Peter Cook, Hitchcock/Truffaut, Tabletop Shakespeare, Tim Sayer2016-03-01 20:01:00
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1158 The Brontes, Malian kora player Ballake Sissoko and French cellist Vincent Segal, Truth reviewed2016-03-01 11:10:00
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1159 Woodstock, Birger Larsen on Murder, Hacks in the spotlight, Trouble at the opera2016-02-26 20:03:00
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1160 The Maids, Tim Parks, Shetland weaving2016-02-25 20:00:00
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