1701 Esio Trot, Robert Olen Butler, The Thompson Family, The Interview controversy2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1702 Bryan Ferry; The Fall; Peder Balke; Revolutionary Theatre2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1703 The Affair, Michael Craig-Martin, Girlhood, Mother Courage in Wales2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1704 George the Poet, RIBA Gold Medallists, Review of Still Life2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1705 Alfred Molina, Rona Munro, Bookshops Turned Publishers2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1706 Sarah Waters; Racial Diversity in the Arts; Mike Scott of the Waterboys; Museums on Film2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1707 Pirates of Penzance, Brighton Festival, Francois Ozon, New Culture Secretary2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1708 Antony Gormley, Madam Secretary, Who Cares Writer and Director, Borodin Quartet2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1709 Annie Lennox; James Franco; Philippe Sands; How to Win an Oscar2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1710 People of the Year - Part Two2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1711 Barry Manilow; Diana Souhami; War photography; Jewish comedy2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1712 Marigold Hotel Director John Madden, The Museum of the Mind, Kwabs, Maidan2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1713 Bjork's New Album, Samantha Shannon and the Head of Disney Animation2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1714 Clive James talks about his new poetry collection Sentenced to Life2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1715 Mommy, Maggi Hambling, Ayelet Gundar-Goshen2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1716 Wild, TS Eliot poetry prize, Oppenheimer at the RSC and Barbara Hannigan2007-09-12 12:00:00
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Wild, TS Eliot poetry prize, Oppenheimer at the RSC and Barbara Hannigan

We review Reese Witherspoon's new film, Wild. Adapted from Cheryl Strayed's memoir by Nick Hornby, it's the story of Cheryl's 1,100 mile solo trek on the Pacific Crest Trail, to recover from recent catastrophic events in her life. Director Angus Jackson and playwright Tom Morton-Smith discuss their new play, Oppenheimer, about 'the father of the atom bomb', J. Robert Oppenheimer. The play is set against the backdrop of hedonistic 1930s America, and explores the tension at the heart of the Manhattan Project. Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan talks about the extraordinary leaps she is able to make with her voice and how she is taking on more and more conducting (often while singing). Plus, we talk to judge Fiona Sampson about the David Harsent's collection Fire Songs which has won the TS Eliot Prize for Poetry 2014.…read more

1717 Melissa McCarthy, Giorgio Moroder2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1718 The Art of Book Cover Design2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1719 Unbroken, Young Fathers, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Miranda Richardson2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1720 The Royals, Peggy Seeger, Sean Scully, Spring with Anna Meredith2007-09-12 12:00:00
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