1301 Sir James MacMillan, Penny Woolcock, The Gift, Road movies2015-08-03 18:53:00
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1302 The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Kathy Reichs, Stage business, Amazon Prime2015-07-31 18:50:00
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1303 Semyon Bychkov, Steve Reich, Richard Long, how to set up a museum2015-07-30 18:45:00
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1304 Man Booker Prize longlist, Death of a Gentleman, Game of Thrones aesthetics2015-07-30 08:58:00
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1305 Joan Armatrading, Hot Pursuit, Michael Moorcock, Dealing with artistic controversy2015-07-28 18:54:00
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1306 Sylvie Guillem, Iris reviewed, Fiftieth anniversary of Help!, Aurora Orchestra2015-07-27 19:06:00
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1307 The Legend of Barney Thomson, Annie Nightingale and Pete Tong, Michael Morpurgo, York galleries2015-07-24 18:59:00
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1308 Handel's Saul, Paul Murray, The Monkees, Life in squares2015-07-23 18:55:00
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1309 Leif Ove Andsnes, Mack & Mabel, Choman Hardi, EL Doctorow remembered2015-07-22 18:52:00
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1310 Naughty Boy, Best of Enemies, Bellowhead2015-07-21 19:03:00
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1311 Amy Poehler, Syrian musicians, Agatha Christie's Partners in Crime2015-07-20 18:53:00
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1312 Sakari Oramo, MO Walsh, Witnesses, The creative process as art2015-07-17 18:45:00
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1313 Jake Gyllenhaal, Stieg Larsson's former editor, Anthony Caro exhibitions2015-07-16 18:57:00
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1314 Rupert Goold, Francesca Simon and Cressida Cowell, Richard Cork, Eric Huntley2015-07-15 18:53:00
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Rupert Goold, Francesca Simon and Cressida Cowell, Richard Cork, Eric Huntley

Theatre director Rupert Goold discusses True Story, his debut feature film starring Jonah Hill and James Franco, based on the story of a New York Times journalist who becomes involved in a murder case. Francesca Simon, author of the Horrid Henry books, and Cressida Cowell, author of the How To Train Your Dragon series, are both saying goodbye to the characters who've been with them for many years. The writers discuss why they're bringing these favourites to an end, and what might follow. On Saturday Douglas Gordon took an axe to a wall at the Home Theatre in Manchester after the show he's directed received bad reviews. He then doodled around it and signed and dated it. The theatre have insisted that he pay for repairs and yet there's speculation as to what might actually happen. Art critic Richard Cork joins John to contemplate whether it might become a work of art and to discuss other unusual things that have become done exactly that. In 1968 Eric and Jessica Huntley created a London-based publishing house to specifically offer a place for black writers to get their work published. The book shop that followed quickly became a place of importance for Britain's Black community. That has now been re-created in an exhibition at the Guildhall Art Gallery in London and John Wilson talks to Eric Huntley about their mission to get recognition for black writers and artists. Presenter John Wilson Producer Rebecca Armstrong.…read more

1315 Harper Lee's Go Set A Watchman, Dickens discovery, Jenny Holzer2015-07-14 19:05:00
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1316 Ant-Man, Artist Marc Quinn, Clueless at 20, North Korean author Hyeonseo Lee2015-07-13 18:55:00
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1317 Mike Leigh, Omar Sharif, Yves Saint Laurent, Online Orchestra2015-07-10 18:55:00
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1318 Oliver Hirschbiegel, Mike Nicol, Song of the Sea, Camelot2015-07-09 18:55:00
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1319 Henry Goodman in Volpone, Dear White People, Peter Gelb, The Demon Barbers2015-07-08 19:02:00
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1320 National Gallery Soundscapes, Caine Prize winner, Agent Carter2015-07-07 18:56:00
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