101 Rathbones Folio winner, Disney+, Malory Towers on TV, Live performance from National Theatre of Scotland2020-03-23 20:02:00
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102 Gareth Malone, Contraltos, Louise Wallwein2020-03-20 20:23:00
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103 Lennie James, Rob Auton, Jess Gillam2020-03-19 20:14:00
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104 Gary Sinyor, Arts Council aid, Theatre Uncut2020-03-18 20:06:00
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105 David Baddiel, arts prize for social change, film news2020-03-17 20:02:00
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106 How theatres will cope with PM's advice? Jennifer Offill, Roy Hudd, Kevin Guthrie2020-03-16 19:54:00
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107 Kodo Drummers, Marina Lewycka, Arts affected by coronavirus2020-03-13 19:57:00
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108 Dame Judi Dench2020-03-12 19:45:00
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109 Cartoonist Steven Appleby, Sally Abbott, The Hunt and Bacurau2020-03-11 19:59:00
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110 Misbehaviour, Marian Keyes, Mental health app, McCoy Tyner obituary2020-03-10 20:04:00
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111 Representation and diversity in the arts2020-03-09 20:08:00
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112 Rachel Parris, Mark Gatiss on Aubrey Beardsley, Andy Burnham2020-03-06 20:03:00
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113 Hassan Abdulrazzak, Onward, The art of the memoir2020-03-05 20:31:00
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114 Hilary Mantel's Cromwell trilogy, Women in hip hop, Creativity in isolation2020-03-04 20:05:00
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Hilary Mantel's Cromwell trilogy, Women in hip hop, Creativity in isolation

Hilary Mantel's novel The Mirror and The Light is published tomorrow. In the Front Row readers' panel, three of our listeners - Deborah Stuart, Sasha Simic, and Laura Helen Back - gather to discuss the first two novels in the Cromwell trilogy, Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies, and to express their hopes and fears for the final instalment. Shay D, a UK hip hop artist, is curating a national tour of women-only artists, to redress the balance of the male-dominated world. She joins Stig along with journalist J’na Jefferson from New York to talk about how women are cutting through the hip hop and rap world. How does isolation or solitude breed creativity? As the likelihood of self-isolation increases with the coronavirus situation, what can we learn from artists about the creative properties of solitude, loneliness and even boredom? We discuss with composer and musician Errollyn Wallen, who composes from a remote lighthouse in Scotland, and poet and author Andrew Greig, who divides his time living in Edinburgh and the Orkney Islands. Presenter Stig Abell Producer Jerome Weatherald…read more

115 Noughts + Crosses, Pretty Woman the Musical, the rise of Subtitles2020-03-03 20:01:00
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116 Film director Francis Annan, Denise Mina, Amateur dramatics - its development and popularity2020-03-02 19:57:00
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117 Elisabeth Moss, Aravind Adiga, 20th anniversary of The Sims computer game2020-02-28 19:55:00
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118 Director Céline Sciamma, conductor André J. Thomas, clash of the titles2020-02-27 19:58:00
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119 Viviana Durante, Jeet Thayil, filming amidst the coronavirus outbreak, new visa rules for touring artists2020-02-26 19:53:00
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120 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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