1301 Henry Goodman in Volpone, Dear White People, Peter Gelb, The Demon Barbers2015-07-08 19:02:00
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1302 National Gallery Soundscapes, Caine Prize winner, Agent Carter2015-07-07 18:56:00
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1303 Shirley Hughes, The Skriker, Adapting novels for the screen, The Choir2015-07-06 18:55:00
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1304 Brian Wilson biopic Love and Mercy, Orson Welles play, The art of Liotard, UK song map2015-07-03 19:02:00
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1305 Manchester International Festival 20152015-07-02 19:29:00
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1306 Louis de Bernieres, The British Paraorchestra, The Desmond Elliott Prize winner, The latest Terminator film2015-07-02 08:54:00
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1307 Frank McGuinness's A Song for Jenny, Magic Mike, John Waters, Chinese art2015-06-30 18:50:00
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1308 David Suchet, Jackson Pollock, Claudia Rankine2015-06-29 17:43:00
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1309 Dan Pearson, multi-director films, Alabama Shakes, Not Safe for Work2015-06-26 18:52:00
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1310 Amy Winehouse documentary, Paul Weller at the Jam exhibition, MC Escher, Odyssey2015-06-25 18:53:00
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1311 Rory Kinnear, Nell Leyshon, She's Funny That Way2015-06-24 18:45:00
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1312 Slow West, James Horner, Inala Dance, Amber Photography2015-06-23 19:00:00
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1313 Barbara Hepworth, Scientology, Nell Zink, Carnegie Medals2015-06-22 19:04:00
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Barbara Hepworth, Scientology, Nell Zink, Carnegie Medals

Samira Ahmed visits the major new Barbara Hepworth exhibition that features some of her most significant sculptures in wood, stone and bronze, alongside rarely seen textiles, photographs, collages and film. Samira talks to its curator, Penelope Curtis, whose last last show as director of Tate Britain this is. The CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals are the awards that authors and illustrators say they 'most want to win'. Both are awarded by children's librarians for an outstanding books for young people: one for the story the other for the illustrations. We speak to this year's winners, Tanya Landman and William Grill, both of whose books take historical subject matter, Shackleton's expedition to the Antarctic and the American South immediately after the Civil War. Going Clear is a new film about scientology by documentary director Alex Gibney. It is based on Lawrence Wright's book by the same name and Gibney speaks with former leaders and defectors of the church. Tim Robey reviews. Nell Zink used to write just for herself, sometimes sending her stories to a pen-pal, until she entered into a chance correspondence with Jonathan Franzen who encouraged her to publish her fiction. Her first book, The Wallcreeper, was named one of the100 notable books of 2014 by The New York Times. She talks to Samira about her second novel, Mislaid, which explores race and identity in rural Virginia.…read more

1314 Julie Taymor, The Driver's Seat, Sarah Winman2015-06-19 18:45:00
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1315 Black Work, Robert Wilson, Mayas Exhibition, Manda Scott2015-06-18 18:58:00
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1316 Bend It Like Beckham, Terry Frost, Jim Crace2015-06-17 19:07:00
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1317 Jordskott; We Want You to Watch; Unfinished Art; Rebecca Dinerstein2015-06-16 18:54:00
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1318 15/06/20152015-06-16 09:10:00
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1319 Alistair McGowan as Jimmy Savile, Amitav Ghosh, Richard Dadd2015-06-12 18:53:00
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1320 Playing Iago; Bridget Riley; Stephen Witt; Christopher Lee and Ron Moody remembered; Soweto Kinch on Ornette Coleman2015-06-11 18:58:00
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