1221 William Hill Sports Book of the Year, Simon Callow, Michael Oglesby2015-11-26 19:53:00
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1222 Black Mass, The Homecoming at 50, Peter Bazalgette on arts funding, Paul Ruddock2015-11-25 19:55:00
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1223 Elisabeth Frink, Quentin Letts, Lloyd Dorfman2015-11-24 19:45:00
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1224 Steven Spielberg, Artist and Empire, Hannah Rothschild2015-11-23 19:55:00
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1225 Emile Zola Special: JR, Michel Houellebecq2015-11-20 19:45:00
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1226 Cate Blanchett, Enya, Bruntwood Prize winner2015-11-19 19:53:00
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1227 Samuel Pepys, Jon Savage, Dana Fouras and Russell Maliphant2015-11-18 20:03:00
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1228 The Hunger Games, Costa Book Awards, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, The Man in the High Castle2015-11-17 20:11:00
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1229 Toby Jones and Peter Bowker on Capital, Adil Ray on Saeed Jaffrey, Ticket re-selling, Hollywood's mature directors2015-11-16 19:57:00
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1230 Tracy Chapman, Raymond Briggs, The Fear of 132015-11-13 19:59:00
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1231 Dutch Artists in the Age of Vermeer, Vikram Seth, The Last Panthers2015-11-12 19:56:00
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1232 Nicholas Hytner, Peep Show, Winner of the Goldsmiths Prize, Waste review2015-11-11 20:30:00
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Nicholas Hytner, Peep Show, Winner of the Goldsmiths Prize, Waste review

Director Nicholas Hytner describes the filming of The Lady in the Van which tells the story of how Miss Shepherd, a cantankerous, homeless old woman, came to live in a derelict van in writer Alan Bennett's driveway for 15 years. The Goldsmiths Prize is awarded annually and celebrates inventive writing. Previous winners include Eimear McBride and Ali Smith. As the 2015 prize is awarded this evening, we'll be announcing the result and talking to the winner from the ceremony. Waste by Harley Granville Barker is, says Richard Eyre, one of the best English plays of the 20th century, despite being banned in 1907. It's a drama of political intrigue, scandal, power-broking by an elite and gender politics. Critic Sam Marlowe reviews the new production at the National Theatre, directed by Roger Michell. Amid much hullabaloo the Bodleian Library in Oxford has acquired and put online Shelley's Poetical Essay on the Existing State of Things. But this long-lost poem was discovered almost a decade ago. So why has it not been available until today? Michael Rosen offers his view on the background to the story. Channel 4's longest-running comedy series, Peep Show, begins its final series tonight. Kirsty talks to its stars, David Mitchell and Robert Webb. Presenter: Kirsty Lang Producer: Rebecca Armstrong.…read more

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1234 Kenneth Branagh, Glenda Jackson, The art of Alexander Calder2015-11-09 19:58:00
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1235 Alina Ibragimova, John Niven, The war memorials of Edwin Lutyens and Nicki Wragg, Backstage in the wardrobe2015-11-06 19:45:00
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1236 Tom Rob Smith, Modern Scottish Women: Painters and Sculptors, Kevin Barry2015-11-05 20:00:00
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1237 Nicholas McCarthy, Backstage at the theatre, Burnt review, Dominic Sandbrook2015-11-04 20:45:00
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1238 Danny Boyle on Steve Jobs, Ken Loach remembers Colin Welland, Billy Bragg's lyrics2015-11-03 20:09:00
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1239 He Named Me Malala, Nicola Benedetti and Wynton Marsalis, Alistair McDowall, War Horse2015-11-02 20:07:00
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1240 Saoirse Ronan, The Hairy Ape, Ghost Stories and Acoustic Hendrix2015-10-30 20:13:00
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