1381 Margaret Atwood, Paco Peña, Obvious Child, Folkestone Triennial2014-08-28
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1382 Jesse Eisenberg, Kate Bush, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Our Zoo2014-08-27
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1383 Johnny Marr; Frank Auerbach at Tate; Alex Gibney on Fela Kuti2014-08-26
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1384 Richard Bean2014-08-25
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1385 Jon Hamm, Crimes of Passion, Ed Stoppard2014-08-22
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1386 Two Days, One Night; Timothy West on being Barbirolli; Alan Warner; Ilan Volkov2014-08-21
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1387 Sin City 2, Tom Conti on Abraham Lincoln, Erasure2014-08-20
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1388 Lisa Dwan; Lucy; Mark Ravenhill on Alan Turing; Richard Osman on TV quiz formats2014-08-19
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1389 Howard Jacobson; Helen Lederer; Bob and Roberta Smith2014-08-18
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1390 New Doctor Who Reviewed; Simon Pegg2014-08-15
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1391 Edinburgh Special2014-08-14
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1392 Phill Jupitus, Sara Pascoe, Jonathan Glazer on Lauren Bacall, Chef2014-08-13
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1393 George RR Martin; Alison Jackson; The Congress2014-08-12
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1394 Dylan Moran and Igor Meerson; Jung Chang; Todd Miller; Referendum theatre2014-08-11
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1395 Ben Whishaw; Margaret Kennedy2014-08-08
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1396 Guy Pearce; Joseph O'Neill; Edinburgh Comedy2014-08-07
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1397 Sir Neville Marriner; The Inbetweeners 2; My Night With Reg2014-08-06
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Sir Neville Marriner; The Inbetweeners 2; My Night With Reg

Sir Neville Marriner, who turned 90 this year, is the most recorded living conductor. He talks to Kirsty Lang about his long and varied career, and his return to the BBC Proms. The Inbetweeners is a rare example of a television sitcom which made a successful transfer to the big screen. Co-creators Damon Beesley and Iain Morris discuss their second Inbetweeners film in which the four friends take their teenage antics on a gap year to Australia. The words of Poets Laureate across three and a half centuries feature in a new exhibition opening this week. From the first poet appointed to the post, John Dryden, to the current one, Carol Ann Duffy - original manuscripts and rare editions of their works are on display. In addition, historic recordings of Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Ted Hughes and Sir John Betjeman, as well as readings by actors Timothy West, Sir Daniel Day-Lewis and Dame Judi Dench can be heard, bringing new resonance to the poems themselves. Curator Deborah Clarke tells Kirsty about the start and development of the post of Poet Laureate, and about bringing their words to life. Kirsty is joined by critic David Benedict to review a new production of My Night With Reg, a 1994 gay comedy set during the AIDS crisis. Image: Sir Neville Marriner (c) Mark Allan.…read more

1398 Christina Hendricks; Sinead O'Connor; Spectra2014-08-05
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1399 Welcome to New York; DBC Pierre, The Tallis Scholars2014-08-04
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1400 Loudon Wainwright III, Guardians of the Galaxy, Japanese fiction2014-08-01
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