1181 Star Wars, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Edith Piaf celebrated2015-12-17 20:14:00
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1182 Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Roman poet Horace, Christmas TV2015-12-16 20:04:00
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1183 We're Doomed, The Dazzle, The Waterstone's Book of the Year, The impact of touring musicals on original regional theatre2015-12-16 15:00:00
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1184 Harry Price: Ghost Hunter, Poets as novelists, Rosie Hood, The Haunting of Hill House2015-12-15 20:00:00
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1185 Grandma, Val Wood, Theatrical wigs, Best stand-up comedy DVDs2015-12-11 19:59:00
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1186 Christopher Ricks on TS Eliot, Arthur Miller play premier, Top picks for non-fiction books of 20152015-12-10 20:02:00
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1187 Peter Mullan, Peggy Guggenheim, Transparent2015-12-10 16:45:00
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1188 Andrew Graham-Dixon on the Mona Lisa, David Bowie's Lazarus and Andrew Lloyd Webber's School of Rock open in New York2015-12-08 19:54:00
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1189 Jim Broadbent and Patrick Barlow, Victoria and Albert New Galleries, By the Sea, TV box sets2015-12-07 20:30:00
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1190 John Constable, Frank Sinatra, The art of animation, Poetic performance enhancers2015-12-04 19:45:00
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1191 Carlos Acosta, Sheridan Smith's Funny Girl, Gregory Porter2015-12-03 19:57:00
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1192 A Very Murray Christmas, Conductor Xian Zhang, Macbeth at Young Vic, Big Bang show2015-12-02 18:28:00
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1193 Queen Anne, John Napier, Google Cultural Institute, Sunset Song2015-12-01 19:58:00
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1194 Victor Frankenstein, Andrew McMillan, Shami Chakrabarti, Finding Winnie (the Pooh)2015-11-30 20:00:00
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1195 Richard Eyre on Ibsen, Ancient Greek drama and PTSD, Vivien Duffield2015-11-27 19:58:00
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1196 William Hill Sports Book of the Year, Simon Callow, Michael Oglesby2015-11-26 19:53:00
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1197 Black Mass, The Homecoming at 50, Peter Bazalgette on arts funding, Paul Ruddock2015-11-25 19:55:00
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Black Mass, The Homecoming at 50, Peter Bazalgette on arts funding, Paul Ruddock

Johnny Depp stars in Black Mass as James "Whitey" Bulger, the infamous Irish-American mobster turned FBI informant. Michael Carlson reviews. Harold Pinter's great drama of familial power struggles, 'The Homecoming' was first staged half a century ago. As a new production opens, John Wilson talks to its director, Jamie Lloyd, to John Simm, who plays Lennie, and Pinter's biographer, Michael Billington, who, as well as the new one, saw the original production. Following the Chancellor's Autumn Statement on Government spending plans, Arts Council England chair Peter Bazalgette looks at the bottom line and the future. And Front Row asks key cultural philanthropists about the part they play in funding artistic endeavour. At a time when public spending on the Arts is squeezed, can, and should, money from the private sector bridge the gap? Philanthropist Paul Ruddock on having one's name above the door. Presenter: John Wilson Producer: Elaine Lester.…read more

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1199 Steven Spielberg, Artist and Empire, Hannah Rothschild2015-11-23 19:55:00
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1200 Emile Zola Special: JR, Michel Houellebecq2015-11-20 19:45:00
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