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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Tom Hanks, artists and risk, Brexit dance piece Brink

Tom Hanks talks about his new film, A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood, which is based on the true story of the popular American children's TV presenter Fred Rogers. For more than three decades Fred Rogers presented Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood , imparting words of wisdom tenderly, without condescension or skirting around difficult subjects, to very young viewers. This film charts the relationship between Rogers and Lloyd Vogel, a cynical investigative journliast looking to dig up and dish the dirt where there is none. Prescriptive funders, cautious gatekeepers, social media scrutiny, cancel culture – are we living in an especially risky moment for artists? As part of Front Row’s Risk Season John is joined by playwright Roy Williams, critic Louis Wise and editor of Arts Professional Magazine Amanda Parker to consider how attitudes towards creative risk have changed over the past 20 years. How have the arrival of the internet, more than a decade of austerity and the increasing imperative to represent marginalised voices impacted the choices artists can make? The Brexit negotiations may have inspired endless newspaper articles and documentaries but in Northern Ireland, choreographer Eileen McClory decided that she wanted to reflect on the negotiations with a new contemporary dance. The result – Brink – features two dancers on a small 1.5 metres high table. Eileen discusses why this non-verbal artform was the perfect medium for that most verbose of subjects – Brexit. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Simon Richardson…read more

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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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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