1401 Loudon Wainwright III, Guardians of the Galaxy, Japanese fiction2014-08-01
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1402 Jonny Greenwood, Deon Meyer, Streaming books, Summer films2014-07-31
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1403 Adrian Dunbar, Tasmin Little, Mood Indigo, Katie Paterson2014-07-30
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1404 A Streetcar Named Desire Review; Daniel Hope and Gabriel Prokofiev; Crime Writing; Summer Pop2014-07-29
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1405 Gareth Malone and Adrian Sutton, Neil Bartlett, In the Club2014-07-28
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1406 Julian Lloyd Webber; Andrew Graham-Dixon; The Galapagos Affair2014-07-25
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1407 Porgy and Bess; Liverpool giant puppets; Gerald Seymour2014-07-24
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1408 Man Booker Prize, Lee Hall's Shakespeare in Love, Dom Flemons and Martin Simpson2014-07-23
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1409 Judith Weir; Eamonn Holmes reviews Believe2014-07-22
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1410 Joe; David Eldridge; Clavichord; Disobedient Objects2014-07-21
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1411 Rebecca Hall, Medea at the National Theatre, Long Yu, Commonwealth Games Festival2014-07-18
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1412 Gilbert and George, Jonathan Harvey, Chichester Festival Theatre2014-07-17
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1413 WWI Galleries at the Imperial War Museum, Linda Grant, John Fay, Grand Central2014-07-16
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1414 Nigel Havers; Malevich at Tate Modern; Michael Rosen; Caine Prize for African Writing2014-07-15
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1415 Nadine Gordimer remembered, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Utopia2014-07-14
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1416 Graham Swift; How To Train Your Dragon; Glasgow Girls2014-07-11
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Graham Swift; How To Train Your Dragon; Glasgow Girls

Booker Prize winning novelist Graham Swift has just published a collection of short stories concerned with life, death and the state of the nation. He talks to Razia about tackling big themes in short form. How To Train Your Dragon 2 continues the story of Viking Hiccup and his dragon friend Toothless. The animated children's film is based on the stories by Cressida Cowell. Matt Thorne reviews. The story of a group of Glasgow school girls who changed immigration practices in Scotland has already been dramatised for the stage and has now been transformed into a BBC Three musical drama. Razia speaks to co-writer and director Brian Welsh and real life 'Glasgow Girl' Emma Clifford explains what it's like to see herself portrayed on screen. Architect Jack Pringle and architecture critic Hugh Pearman discuss the ethical responsibilities of architects - should they be held accountable for the condition of workers building their designs?…read more

1417 Peter Greenaway; Longitude; Robert Crawford2014-07-10
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1418 Morrissey's new album reviewed; Gina McKee; Portraits of Virginia Woolf2014-07-09
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1419 Halle Berry in Extant; International Museums; A Hard Day's Night2014-07-08
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1420 Andrew Lloyd Webber; Boyhood reviewed; A Man Called Ove2014-07-07
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