1601 Front Row:David Walliams & Sheridan Smith. Dannie Abse. Booker changes 18 Sept 20132013-09-18 20:00:00
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1602 FrontRow17Sep13: Sting; Australia at RA2013-09-17 19:50:00
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1603 FrontRow: Sir Derek Jacobi, Naomi Watts 12 Sept 132013-09-16 20:30:00
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1604 FrontRow: Mark Rylance and prisons in TV & film AUG 13 20132013-09-13 20:00:00
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1605 FrontRow: Bacon & Moore, Manic Street Preachers, Jason Byrne 12SEPT 0132013-09-12 19:55:00
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1606 FrontRow: Mercury Prize; Patrick Leigh Fermor. 11 Sept 132013-09-11 20:00:00
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1607 FrontRow: Lee Evans, White House Down, Man Booker shortlist, 1009132013-09-10 19:55:00
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1608 FrontRow: Rush reviewed; TV's Wipers Times; Thomas Pynchon2013-09-09 20:10:00
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1609 FrontRow:Cillian Murphy. Mira Nair. Stephen Lambert.Revenge Songs.6 Sept 20132013-09-06 20:00:00
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1610 FrontRow 05Sep13: Alan Cumming; Marlowe's Edward II2013-09-05 19:50:00
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1611 FrontRow:Tamsin Greig.Jonathan Coe.MartinBailey 4 Sept 20132013-09-04 12:28:00
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1612 FrontRow 03Sep13:Stephen Fry; Liz Lochhead2013-09-03 19:55:00
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1613 FrontRow: About Time; UB40; School Documentaries. 2 Sept 132013-09-02 20:00:00
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1614 FrontRow: Seamus Heaney 30th Aug 20132013-08-30 20:30:00
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1615 FrontRow: Simon Schama, Big Data art, Night of the Demon2013-08-29 20:00:00
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1616 FrontRow: Marin Alsop, Philip French, Jean Seberg 2808132013-08-28 19:55:00
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1617 FrontRow: One Direction film; John Byrne; Nic Roeg. 27 Aug 132013-08-27 20:00:00
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1618 FrontRow: Harrogate Crime Writing Festival, with Kate Atkinson and Stuart MacBride: 26 Aug 132013-08-26 19:50:00
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1619 FrontRow: Terry Gilliam; We're the Millers; Bob Dylan portraits 23 AUG 20132013-08-23 18:36:00
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1620 FrontRow: Travis, Harrogate Crime Writing Festival and Chickens2013-08-23 17:12:00
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FrontRow: Travis, Harrogate Crime Writing Festival and Chickens

Fran Healey, lead singer of the band Travis, discusses their first new album for six years. Mark talks to the writers Michael Robotham, Lottie Moggach and Colette McBeth at the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival about how new technology makes it more difficult for characters to disappear without trace. And Simon Bird (of The Inbetweeners) and Jonny Sweet discuss their WWI TV comedy series Chickens which they co-wrote with Joe Thomas.…read more