1201 Hanif Kureishi, Agnes Martin Exhibition, Tristan and Isolde at 150, Queen and Country2015-06-02 18:55:00
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1202 Rembrandt, Bob Geldof, Here Lies Love2014-10-14
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1203 The Great Fire; Rachel Joyce; Richard Tuttle Review; Ayub Khan Din2014-10-13
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1204 Iggy Pop; The Lion King; Marcel Duchamp2014-10-10
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1205 Sheila Hancock, Gerhard Richter, '71, Nobel Prize Winner, Tony Allen2014-10-09
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1206 Phyllida Lloyd, The Sensory War, Robert Wilson, Super Thursday2014-10-08
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1207 John Cleese, Ed Sheeran, Tracey Emin2014-10-07
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1208 Clive James, Effie Gray, Selfie, Niven Govinden2014-10-06
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1209 Genesis interview; Speed-the-Plow review; Fun Palaces; Victoria Hislop2014-10-03
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1210 Rosamund Pike, The Girl of the Golden West, Young Poet Laureate Aisling Fahey, Grantchester2014-10-02
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1211 Stephen Fry, Tony Benn documentary, Kei Miller, Gothic exhibition2014-10-01
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1212 BBC National Short Story Award 20142014-09-30
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1213 Kristin Scott Thomas; Mackenzie Crook; Turner Prize shortlist; Dannie Abse tribute2014-09-29
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1214 Ai Weiwei at Blenheim Palace, Eimear McBride, Roy Williams, New Prince Albums2014-09-26
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1215 What We Did on Our Holiday reviewed; Bernard Sumner; Lionel Shriver; Activism on Stage2014-09-25
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1216 Zadie Smith, Ryan Adams, Exhibit B, The Art of the Brick2014-09-24
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1217 Ricky Tomlinson; The Driver; Francesca Rhydderch; Anselm Kiefer2014-09-23
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1218 Toby Jones; Maps to the Stars review; Rose Tremain; John Lahr on Tennessee Williams2014-09-22
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1219 Zach Braff, Tessa Hadley, Charles Aznavour2014-09-19
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Zach Braff, Tessa Hadley, Charles Aznavour

Zach Braff on the film Wish I was Here, which he directed, wrote and starred in, and which is the biggest original project funded by Kickstarter. Kirsty Lang talks to the French singer Charles Aznavour, whose hits include the classic She. Writer Tessa Hadley on her story Bad Dreams, which has been shortlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award, and which can be heard read by Carey Mulligan, here on BBC Radio 4 at 3.30 Monday 22 Sept. Following the result of the Scottish Independence Referendum, Scottish poet Robert Crawford selects and reads one of his poems, which - for him - sums up the mood of the moment. Plus the winner of the John Moores Prize for Painting is announced.…read more

1220 Denzel Washington; Howard Brenton; Leonard Cohen; Riccardo Chailly2014-09-18
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