1161 Woodstock, Birger Larsen on Murder, Hacks in the spotlight, Trouble at the opera2016-02-26 20:03:00
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1162 The Maids, Tim Parks, Shetland weaving2016-02-25 20:00:00
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1163 Grimsby, Dominic Dromgoole, Poems that Make Grown Women Cry2016-02-24 19:53:00
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1164 Churchill's Secret, Artist Jonathan Yeo, King Jack, Author Clare Morrall2016-02-23 20:04:00
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1165 Harper Lee remembered, The Night Manager, Simon Armitage, Zelda2016-02-19 18:58:00
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1166 David McCallum, Marjorie Owens as Norma, Ashvin Kumar2016-02-18 19:59:00
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1167 Freeheld review, Anna Hope, Jack Garratt, Unexpected Eisenstein2016-02-17 19:50:00
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1168 Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie, Steven Isserlis, Amalia Ulman2016-02-16 20:00:00
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1169 Yann Martel, Love, Delacroix, Mark Wallinger2016-02-15 20:07:00
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1170 The People v OJ Simpson, Figaro, Pre-Raphaelites, 14 Bottoms2016-02-12 20:05:00
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1171 The Survivalist, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Shakespeare in the Royal Library, The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary!2016-02-11 20:01:00
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1172 Kate Winslet in Triple 9, Nell Gwynn, One Child2016-02-10 19:57:00
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1173 Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Steve Coogan, Leonardo da Vinci, Chinelo Okparanta2016-02-09 20:01:00
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1174 Vinyl, A Bigger Splash, Margaret Forster, Louis Andriessen, Theatre at the V&A2016-02-08 19:50:00
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1175 Jimi Hendrix's flat, Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig, Nick Danziger2016-02-05 19:23:00
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1176 Peter Brook, Howard Jacobson, Angel Costumiers and Hamlet in the Jungle2016-02-04 19:59:00
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1177 Bryan Cranston, David Hare, Nikolai Astrup, States of Mind2016-02-03 19:45:00
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1178 Adrian Lester in Red Velvet, Zaha Hadid, John Irving, Bruegel2016-02-02 20:12:00
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1179 Dad's Army, Annie Nightingale on Janis Joplin, Dawn Walton, Hieronymus Bosch2016-02-01 19:57:00
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1180 Will Smith, Caryl Churchill's new play, Iran tourism, Ringo Starr's birthplace2016-01-29 20:03:00
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Will Smith, Caryl Churchill's new play, Iran tourism, Ringo Starr's birthplace

Will Smith talks to John Wilson about his role as a forensic neuropathologist in the new film Concussion, based on a true story, which deals with the phenomenon of brain injury in American Football. Susannah Clapp and David Benedict review Caryl Churchill's new play Escaped Alone and consider her contribution to theatre. The British Museum's Vesta Curtis describes the glorious heritage of Iran and reflects upon recent US policy changes and their impact on tourism. With news that after years of wrangling, Ringo Starr's birthplace at 9 Madryn St, Liverpool, is to be refurbished rather than knocked down, the former Beatle looks back on growing up there in an interview he gave to Front Row in 2008. Presenter John Wilson Producer Dixi Stewart.…read more