121 Al Pacino and Logan Lerman, Antoinette Nwandu, End of the Century, Coronavirus and the arts2020-02-18 19:54:00
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122 Raphael's Sistine Tapestries, Michael Winterbottom, Arts Prizes in Crisis and Art History Limericks2020-02-17 19:57:00
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123 Emma and the Rom Coms Revival, the César Academy resignation and James Taylor sings American Standards2020-02-14 20:02:00
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124 David Mitchell, Elizabeth Llewellyn, Wuthering Heights on stage2020-02-13 19:54:00
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125 Leicester Comedy Festival, Eshaan Akbar, Ishi Khan, Easy Life2020-02-12 20:16:00
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126 Tom Stoppard, Steve McQueen, South Korean film guide2020-02-11 19:54:00
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127 Sir Tom Stoppard2020-02-11 19:45:00
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128 Art Deco By The Sea, The Whip - Juliet Gilkes Romero, Meet The Family - Catherine Bray2020-02-10 19:58:00
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129 Sarah Phelps on The Pale Horse, We Will Walk, Kamau Brathwaite and George Steiner remembered2020-02-07 20:04:00
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130 Kirk Douglas remembered, American Dirt, Daniel Kehlmann2020-02-06 19:55:00
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131 Front Row Risk List: The ten riskiest artworks of the 21st century2020-02-05 20:28:00
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132 Novelist - Eimear McBride, Film - Parasite, Playwright - Jasmine Lee-Jones and the Petworth Beauties get their legs back2020-02-05 09:32:00
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133 Tom Hanks, artists and risk, Brexit dance piece Brink2020-02-03 19:52:00
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134 Agnieszka Holland on Mr Jones, Risk Season - Failure, Timur Vermes2020-01-31 19:57:00
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135 Robert Pattinson on The Lighthouse, Risk in Films, Greta Gerwig on Little Women2020-01-30 19:58:00
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136 Melina Matsoukas on Queen and Slim, Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy years reviewed, Faustus: That Damned Woman, Richard Armitage2020-01-29 19:59:00
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137 Patrick Stewart, Costa Book of the Year winner, Arts Council England's new 10-year strategy2020-01-28 19:51:00
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Patrick Stewart, Costa Book of the Year winner, Arts Council England's new 10-year strategy

Samira talks to Sir Patrick Stewart about what tempted him back to Star Trek to play Jean-Luc Picard for the first time in 18 years. Star Trek: Picard finds the legendary Starfleet officer in retirement but still deeply affected by the loss of Lieutenant Commander Data and the destruction of Romulus that ended his career. Stewart also discusses the parallels between the world of Star Trek: Picard and politics today. The overall winner of the Costa Book of the Year is announced on Front Row, live from the ceremony. Contenders this year include debut novelist Sara Collins, novelist Jonathan Coe, biographer Jack Fairweather, poet Mary Jean Chan and children’s novelist Jasbinder Bilan. Continuing our Risk Season, Sharmaine Lovegrove tells us about the risks involved in setting up Dialogue Books, an imprint that publishes authors from under-represented communities, including writers from BAME, LGBTQI+ and working class backgrounds. Arts Council England’s Chief Executive Darren Henley and Amanda Parker, Editor of arts industry journal, Arts Professional, discuss “Let’s Create” - the Arts Council’s new 10-year Strategy which seeks to expand our nation’s creative opportunities. Image: Sir Patrick Stewart in Star Trek: Picard Image credit: Amazon Prime Video Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Simon Richardson…read more

138 Scorsese - The Irishman, Risk Season continues, Naum Gabo exhibition2020-01-27 19:53:00
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139 Martin Scorsese2020-01-27 19:25:00
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140 Pet Shop Boys, Emotional risk taking in the arts, The Eye As Witness2020-01-24 20:01:00
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