1221 Phill Jupitus, Sara Pascoe, Jonathan Glazer on Lauren Bacall, Chef2014-08-13
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1222 George RR Martin; Alison Jackson; The Congress2014-08-12
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1223 Dylan Moran and Igor Meerson; Jung Chang; Todd Miller; Referendum theatre2014-08-11
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1224 Ben Whishaw; Margaret Kennedy2014-08-08
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1225 Guy Pearce; Joseph O'Neill; Edinburgh Comedy2014-08-07
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1226 Sir Neville Marriner; The Inbetweeners 2; My Night With Reg2014-08-06
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1227 Christina Hendricks; Sinead O'Connor; Spectra2014-08-05
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1228 Welcome to New York; DBC Pierre, The Tallis Scholars2014-08-04
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1229 Loudon Wainwright III, Guardians of the Galaxy, Japanese fiction2014-08-01
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1230 Jonny Greenwood, Deon Meyer, Streaming books, Summer films2014-07-31
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1231 Adrian Dunbar, Tasmin Little, Mood Indigo, Katie Paterson2014-07-30
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1232 A Streetcar Named Desire Review; Daniel Hope and Gabriel Prokofiev; Crime Writing; Summer Pop2014-07-29
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1233 Gareth Malone and Adrian Sutton, Neil Bartlett, In the Club2014-07-28
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1234 Julian Lloyd Webber; Andrew Graham-Dixon; The Galapagos Affair2014-07-25
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1235 Porgy and Bess; Liverpool giant puppets; Gerald Seymour2014-07-24
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1236 Man Booker Prize, Lee Hall's Shakespeare in Love, Dom Flemons and Martin Simpson2014-07-23
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1237 Judith Weir; Eamonn Holmes reviews Believe2014-07-22
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1238 Joe; David Eldridge; Clavichord; Disobedient Objects2014-07-21
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1239 Rebecca Hall, Medea at the National Theatre, Long Yu, Commonwealth Games Festival2014-07-18
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1240 Gilbert and George, Jonathan Harvey, Chichester Festival Theatre2014-07-17
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Gilbert and George, Jonathan Harvey, Chichester Festival Theatre

Artistic duo Gilbert & George on their provocative exhibition, Scapegoating Pictures, and why they think religion should be banned. Author and Coronation Street writer Jonathan Harvey on his new novel, The Girl Who Just Appeared, set amidst the searing tension of the Toxteth Riots. As the Chichester Festival Theatre prepares to re-open its doors tonight after a £22m refurbishment - with Rupert Everett in Amadeus - the theatre's Artistic Director Jonathan Church and architect Steve Tompkins discuss their vision for the 1960s brutalist concrete hexagon. And why a new 'memoir' about Harper Lee has forced the famously reclusive author back in to the public limelight. Photo Credit: Ben Westoby.…read more