101 Lennie James, Rob Auton, Jess Gillam2020-03-19 20:14:00
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102 Gary Sinyor, Arts Council aid, Theatre Uncut2020-03-18 20:06:00
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103 David Baddiel, arts prize for social change, film news2020-03-17 20:02:00
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104 How theatres will cope with PM's advice? Jennifer Offill, Roy Hudd, Kevin Guthrie2020-03-16 19:54:00
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105 Kodo Drummers, Marina Lewycka, Arts affected by coronavirus2020-03-13 19:57:00
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106 Dame Judi Dench2020-03-12 19:45:00
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107 Cartoonist Steven Appleby, Sally Abbott, The Hunt and Bacurau2020-03-11 19:59:00
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Cartoonist Steven Appleby, Sally Abbott, The Hunt and Bacurau

Steven Appleby’s comic strips have graced the pages of many national newspapers including The Guardian, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, and The Observer. Now he’s created his first graphic novel, Dragman - a thriller about August Crimp who discovers that wearing women’s clothing gives him the power of flight. As his superhero alter ego, Dragman, he’s on the case of the missing souls, but can he also use his powers to save his marriage and himself? Playwright Sally Abbott discusses her new play, directed by Kathy Burke, that helps to mark 25 years of Frantic Assembly and their distinctively physical take on theatre. I Think We Are Alone is a multi-stranded story of the connections - and disconnections - between people and their desire for intimacy. Humans hunting humans for sport – this is the theme of two new films, The Hunt and Bacurau, both seemingly inspired by the 1920s short story The Most Dangerous Game. Controversial thriller The Hunt is a satire of the American political landscape, with a liberal elite hunting conservative 'deplorables'; while Bacurau explores neo-colonial tensions with a small Brazilian village held siege by bloodthirsty American and European hunters. Mark Eccleston reviews. Presenter Samira Ahmed Producer Jerome Weatherald…read more

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109 Representation and diversity in the arts2020-03-09 20:08:00
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114 Film director Francis Annan, Denise Mina, Amateur dramatics - its development and popularity2020-03-02 19:57:00
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115 Elisabeth Moss, Aravind Adiga, 20th anniversary of The Sims computer game2020-02-28 19:55:00
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116 Director Céline Sciamma, conductor André J. Thomas, clash of the titles2020-02-27 19:58:00
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117 Viviana Durante, Jeet Thayil, filming amidst the coronavirus outbreak, new visa rules for touring artists2020-02-26 19:53:00
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118 Zadie Smith on Authors as Readers, British Surrealism, Playwright Jingan Young, The Mirror and the Light publicity2020-02-25 19:58:00
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119 Sarah Williams - Flesh and Blood, Todd Haynes - Dark Waters, Bradford Library Funding, Murder 24/72020-02-24 19:53:00
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120 Quality Street in Halifax, Jasdeep Singh Degun, Artist-led Hotels2020-02-21 21:00:00
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