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144 Terry Jones remembered by Michael Palin, Hugh Laurie on Avenue 5, Gabrielle Aplin2020-01-22 20:06:00
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145 Terry Gilliam, Samantha Strauss, Risk in art: Jeremy Deller, Picasso and Paper exhibition2020-01-21 19:57:00
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146 Dev Patel on David Copperfield, Front Row's Risk Season, bestselling author Kimberley Chambers2020-01-20 20:04:00
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147 Playwright Lucy Kirkwood, Terrence Malick's A Hidden Life, Sam Lee and Bernard Butler2020-01-17 20:08:00
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148 Charlize Theron on Bombshell, The Outsider reviewed, Ayeesha Menon, Independent Venue Week2020-01-16 20:03:00
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149 Fire in Australian art and culture, writer Ben Richards and The Strange Tale of Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel2020-01-15 20:10:00
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150 Michael B Jordan & Jamie Foxx, Spotlight directory, TS Eliot Prize winner Roger Robinson2020-01-15 17:12:00
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151 2020 Oscar Nominations2020-01-13 20:06:00
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152 Jonathan Coe, Johnny Flynn on Magnitsky the Musical, Selena Gomez album reviewed2020-01-10 19:55:00
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153 Laurie Nunn on Sex Education, Mary Jean Chan, Podcast news2020-01-09 19:53:00
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Laurie Nunn on Sex Education, Mary Jean Chan, Podcast news

A teenage sex therapist on a high school campus is the premise of the hit Netflix series Sex Education. Starring Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson, its first season attracted 40m viewers in the first weeks of streaming and it’s back for a second series. Writer and creator Laurie Nunn discusses balancing serious sexual content with humour, why it’s hard to pin down the location and era of the series, and the debt it owes to the American high school movies of the '80s and '90s. All this week Front Row is talking to the winners of the different categories of the Costa Book Awards. Tonight Samira hears from the poetry winner, Mary Jean Chan. Chan was a competitive fencer, representing Hong Kong, and her first collection takes its title, Flèche, from an offensive technique in the sport, but it also suggests the vulnerability of the body. At the end of last year came news that podcasts will now be eligible for the Pulitzer Prize for Audio Reporting. What does this mean about the status and quality of podcasts and what are the trends in their consumption, whether streamed or downloaded via Apple, Spotify, BBC Sounds and others? Podcaster and critic Caroline Crampton joins us to discuss this along with Kate Hutchison, co-fouder of Lasso Audio, a new podcast talent agency based in New York. Presenter Samira Ahmed Producer Jerome Weatherald…read more

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