1181 Bryan Cranston, David Hare, Nikolai Astrup, States of Mind2016-02-03 19:45:00
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1182 Adrian Lester in Red Velvet, Zaha Hadid, John Irving, Bruegel2016-02-02 20:12:00
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1183 Dad's Army, Annie Nightingale on Janis Joplin, Dawn Walton, Hieronymus Bosch2016-02-01 19:57:00
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1184 Will Smith, Caryl Churchill's new play, Iran tourism, Ringo Starr's birthplace2016-01-29 20:03:00
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1185 John Dee, Marty Feldman show, Tibor Reich, Christopher Edge2016-01-28 19:58:00
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1186 Gina McKee and Christopher Hampton, Rokia Traore, The body in ancient Egypt2016-01-27 19:52:00
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1187 Harvey Keitel, Savages, HG Wells, The Birth of a Nation2016-01-26 20:04:00
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1188 Ian McKellen, Monet's garden, Louis de Bernieres2016-01-25 20:12:00
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1189 Michael Keaton, Herons, Helen Ellis, John Bratby exhibition2016-01-25 09:43:00
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1190 Oscar Wilde's Dorian Gray, Utopias in fiction, Villagers2016-01-21 19:57:00
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1191 Elton John, Antonia Fraser on George Weidenfeld, Nicholas Searle2016-01-20 20:10:00
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1192 Steve Carell in The Big Short, Brett Anderson and Suede, Fiona Barton2016-01-19 20:02:00
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1193 The Assassin, Jack Thorne, Attacking the Devil, Peter May2016-01-18 19:56:00
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1194 Leonardo DiCaprio, The Rack Pack, Elizabeth2016-01-15 19:56:00
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1195 Oscar Nominations Special2016-01-14 20:19:00
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1196 Creed, Lumiere London, Museum cuts, An anthem for England?2016-01-14 11:25:00
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1197 Phil Redmond, Sarah Howe, Akram Khan, Champagne Life2016-01-12 19:52:00
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Phil Redmond, Sarah Howe, Akram Khan, Champagne Life

Phil Redmond made his name as the creator of celebrated television drama series Grange Hill, Brookside and Hollyoaks. He's now turned his attention to crime fiction with his new novel, Highbridge. Sarah Howe has won the 2015 TS Eliot Prize for her debut collection Loop of Jade, an intimate exploration of her Anglo-Chinese heritage though her journeys to Hong Kong to discover her roots. This is the first time a debut collection has won the prize. Choreographer Akram Khan discusses his new production Until the Lions based on a story from the epic Hindu poem The Mahabharata. The Saatchi Gallery in London, which launched the likes of Tracey Emin and Paula Rego, is about to mark its 30th anniversary. Champagne Life is its first all-female exhibition. Andrea Rose reviews it and discusses whether the gallery is still influential today. Producer: Dixi Stewart.…read more

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1199 Emma Donoghue on Room, Grey Gardens, Andrew Michael Hurley, Occupied2016-01-08 19:58:00
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1200 A War, Maigret, Guys and Dolls, Frances Hardinge, The missing Hong Kong booksellers2016-01-07 18:59:00
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