161 Front Row2017-11-07 20:09:00
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162 Kenneth Lonergan on Howards End, The Florida Project, Artists as curators2017-11-06 20:01:00
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163 Modern fairytales with Joanne Harris and Jonathan Coe; Call Me by Your Name; Catalonian culture2017-11-03 20:09:00
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164 Kenneth Branagh, Keeping TV secrets, Josie Lawrence, Parents in film2017-11-02 19:55:00
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165 Tracey Emin, Minette Walters, Gauguin biopic2017-11-01 20:20:00
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166 Lisette Oropesa, Richard Flanagan, Kate MccGwire2017-10-31 20:02:00
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167 Bill Bailey, Philip Pullman, Alias Grace2017-10-30 20:06:00
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168 Annie Leibovitz, Andy Serkis, David Bomberg2017-10-27 19:05:00
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169 Stranger Things 2, Richard Bean on Young Marx, The Essay2017-10-26 19:16:00
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170 Women and Sexism in the Arts2017-10-25 19:19:00
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171 Taika Waititi on Thor, Art in the Age of Terror, David Adjaye, Eisenstein's October2017-10-24 18:58:00
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172 Armistead Maupin, Viviana Durante on Sir Kenneth MacMillan, Mining Art Gallery2017-10-23 18:51:00
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173 Harry Hill, Liza Tarbuck, Yoshiki2017-10-20 19:22:00
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174 Daniel Radcliffe, I Am Not a Witch, Wim Wenders, Taj Mahal2017-10-19 19:03:00
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175 Beth Ditto, Jackie Kay, Domestic Noir2017-10-18 19:08:00
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176 St Vincent, Andrew Michael Hurley, The Tin Drum, Daljit Nagra2017-10-17 19:07:00
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177 Armando Iannucci on the Death of Stalin, Kwame Kwei-Armah directs Ibsen's Lady from the Sea2017-10-16 18:50:00
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178 Kit Harington, Kele Okereke, Dynasty, Porridge2017-10-13 19:11:00
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179 George Michael: Freedom, John Banville, Michael Fassbender, Performance art2017-10-12 18:53:00
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George Michael: Freedom, John Banville, Michael Fassbender, Performance art

Kate Mossman reviews George Michael: Freedom, the film George Michael was working when he died, in which he and a host of A-List names talk about his songs, his career, his relationships and his battles with the music industry. The Irish writer John Banville is the highly acclaimed winner of the 2005 Man Booker Prize, The Sea. His novels include The Book of Evidence, Ghosts and now, Mrs Osmond. It's a sequel to Henry James' The Portrait of a Lady. That novel famously ends inconclusively: having travelled to England against her husband Gilbert Osmond's wishes to witness the death of her beloved cousin Ralph, we don't know if she'll return to her husband in Rome or shape some other future for herself. Banville talks about continuing her story and his debt to James. When Tate Modern opened its new extension last year, for the first time the gallery had purpose built spaces for performance art, and as Fierce, the live art festival in Birmingham prepares to open, Front Row invited Aaron Wright, the festival's artistic director and Dr Claire MacDonald, co-founder of the arts journal Performance Research to discuss the current state of the performance art landscape. Michael Fassbender, whose previous films include Hunger, 12 Years a Slave and Steve Jobs, discusses his role as Harry Hole in the film adaptation of Jo Nesbo's thriller The Snowman, in which he plays a detective on the hunt for a serial killer in Norway whose killing spree starts with the first snowfall. Presenter: Stig Abell Producer: Rebecca Armstrong.…read more

180 Dustin Hoffman; Jon Boden plays live; the new gallery at Tate St Ives2017-10-11 19:16:00
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