141 Jonathan Yeo, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Designing awards2017-12-06 19:57:00
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142 Claire Foy, Bryan Hymel, Film Heritage2017-12-05 20:15:00
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143 Stronger, Shashi Kapoor, Douglas Henshall, Tokio Myers2017-12-04 20:36:00
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144 Cecilia Bartoli, The Face, Louis CK film2017-12-01 20:01:00
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145 Sir Michael Parkinson, Wonder, A Christmas Carol2017-11-30 20:07:00
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146 Amy Sherman-Palladino, Hollywood Film Awards Season, Costume Workers2017-11-29 20:47:00
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147 Chinese characters on TV, Actor James Franco, Sports Book of the Year2017-11-28 20:20:00
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148 James Bolam on Rodney Bewes, Gilbert & George, Marnie the opera2017-11-28 12:44:00
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149 Joyce DiDonato, European Capital of Culture, Puppets in theatre2017-11-27 20:06:00
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150 Benjamin Clementine performs live2017-11-24 20:15:00
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151 Inua Ellams on Barber Shop Chronicles, Battle of the Sexes, Charles Causley, Godless2017-11-23 20:04:00
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152 Modigliani, Costa Book Awards shortlists, John Lithgow2017-11-21 20:15:00
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153 Cate Blanchett, Priscilla Presley, Arts Manifestos2017-11-20 19:57:00
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154 Fenella Fielding, Gluck, Mona Arshi, Call of Duty2017-11-17 20:21:00
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Fenella Fielding, Gluck, Mona Arshi, Call of Duty

Fenella Fielding's most famous moment is in Carry on Screaming as she reclines seductively on a couch in a red velvet dress, asks Harry H Corbett "Do you mind if I smoke?" and steam billows. The line gives the title to her memoir, co-authored with Simon McKay. On her 90th birthday, she reminisces about playing Hedda Gabler, being a foil to Morecambe and Wise... and that Carry On moment. The painter Gluck (1895-1978) is now regarded as a trailblazer of gender fluidity, famous for her fashion as well as the portraits of herself and her lovers. Front Row discusses Gluck's life and art with biographer Diana Souhami and Amy de la Haye, curator of a new exhibition at the Brighton Museum. A player of the new Call of Duty video game, set in the |Second World War, could assume the role of a black female Nazi. Yet its makers claim it is historically accurate. Front Row discusses how video games depict war and how close to the truth can they really be. It's Children in Need day and throughout it poets have been appearing on Radio 4 reading poems which recollect childhood. On Front Row we hear from Mona Arshi. Presenter: Stig Abell Producer: Julian May.…read more

155 Noel Gallagher, Poets in Zimbabwe, Surrealism in Egypt2017-11-16 20:17:00
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156 Robert Pattinson, Ian McMillan, the voice behind the puppet, Goldsmiths Prize winner2017-11-15 19:53:00
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157 Dee Rees, Pussy Riot, Theatre governance2017-11-14 20:10:00
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158 Annette Bening, Music managers, Drama podcast review2017-11-13 20:08:00
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159 Sheridan Smith, Fred D'Aguiar, Maxine Peake play, UNESCO Creative Cities2017-11-10 20:23:00
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160 Christian Slater and Sam Yates, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, Ivor Wood2017-11-09 19:57:00
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