101 David Mitchell, Elizabeth Llewellyn, Wuthering Heights on stage2020-02-13 19:54:00
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102 Leicester Comedy Festival, Eshaan Akbar, Ishi Khan, Easy Life2020-02-12 20:16:00
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103 Tom Stoppard, Steve McQueen, South Korean film guide2020-02-11 19:54:00
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104 Sir Tom Stoppard2020-02-11 19:45:00
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105 Art Deco By The Sea, The Whip - Juliet Gilkes Romero, Meet The Family - Catherine Bray2020-02-10 19:58:00
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106 Sarah Phelps on The Pale Horse, We Will Walk, Kamau Brathwaite and George Steiner remembered2020-02-07 20:04:00
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107 Kirk Douglas remembered, American Dirt, Daniel Kehlmann2020-02-06 19:55:00
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108 Front Row Risk List: The ten riskiest artworks of the 21st century2020-02-05 20:28:00
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109 Novelist - Eimear McBride, Film - Parasite, Playwright - Jasmine Lee-Jones and the Petworth Beauties get their legs back2020-02-05 09:32:00
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110 Tom Hanks, artists and risk, Brexit dance piece Brink2020-02-03 19:52:00
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111 Agnieszka Holland on Mr Jones, Risk Season - Failure, Timur Vermes2020-01-31 19:57:00
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112 Robert Pattinson on The Lighthouse, Risk in Films, Greta Gerwig on Little Women2020-01-30 19:58:00
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113 Melina Matsoukas on Queen and Slim, Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy years reviewed, Faustus: That Damned Woman, Richard Armitage2020-01-29 19:59:00
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114 Patrick Stewart, Costa Book of the Year winner, Arts Council England's new 10-year strategy2020-01-28 19:51:00
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115 Scorsese - The Irishman, Risk Season continues, Naum Gabo exhibition2020-01-27 19:53:00
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Scorsese - The Irishman, Risk Season continues, Naum Gabo exhibition

Martin Scorsese has the most Oscar nominations of any living director though he has only won once, for his 2006 film The Departed. Nominated again this year for The Irishman, he talks about the film’s themes of ageing, guilt and redemption – and about how it would feel to win. As part of our season looking at risk in the arts, we consider when risk is disproportionately apportioned to working with diverse talent like women or black artists. The result is that white male practitioners are seen as a safe pair of hands and women and BAME talent are ignored even if they have proven their success in the past. We investigate the scale of the problem and what can be done to change it with Dawn Walton, Head of Revolution Mix theatre group and Clare Binns Joint Managing Director, Picturehouse. Artist, engineer, architect and poet, Naum Gabo was a leading spirit in the radical arts flourishing after the Russian Revolution. When the Soviet authorities cracked down on avant-garde art, Gabo worked at the Bauhaus in Germany, collaborated with Diaghilev in Paris, and energised London's art scene. During the war Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson persuaded him to come to St Ives. His work was startlingly spare and made beautiful use of industrial materials. Tate St Ives presents the first major exhibition of Gabo’s work for more than 30 years. Michael Bird, who lives in St Ives and has written about Gabo, reviews the show. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Oliver Jones Main image: Martin Scorsese…read more

116 Martin Scorsese2020-01-27 19:25:00
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117 Pet Shop Boys, Emotional risk taking in the arts, The Eye As Witness2020-01-24 20:01:00
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118 Guz Khan, Calculating Risk, Northern Writing2020-01-23 20:15:00
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119 Terry Jones remembered by Michael Palin, Hugh Laurie on Avenue 5, Gabrielle Aplin2020-01-22 20:06:00
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120 Terry Gilliam, Samantha Strauss, Risk in art: Jeremy Deller, Picasso and Paper exhibition2020-01-21 19:57:00
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