1781 FrontRow: Tom Odell, Moby Dick, Utopia 9 Jan 132013-01-09 20:00:00
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1782 TheCulturalExchange: Do critics or clicks shape our choice? 0901132013-01-09 16:00:00
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1783 FrontRow: Les Mis; Ben Miller: Mo Yan's new novel. 8 Jan 20132013-01-08 20:00:00
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1784 FrontRow 07Jan13:Gangster Squad;author Sally Gardner2013-01-07 19:50:00
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1785 FrontRow: Haim & The Imposter Jan 4th 20132013-01-04 20:12:00
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1786 FrontRow: Jack Whitehall, Borgen, Stuart Neville 0301132013-01-03 19:55:00
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1787 FrontRow: Costa category winners; 2013 look ahead 02 JAN 20132013-01-02 15:16:00
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1788 FrontRow: Technology Special with Andy Serkis and Neil Young2013-01-01 19:45:00
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1789 Neil Young interviewed2012-06-08
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1790 Maclise Waterloo cartoon, Harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani, News from Cannes, Mark Billingham2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1791 Ray Davies, Force Majeure, Gillian Ayres, Game of Thrones2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1792 Ex Machina, Jamie Lloyd, Max Brooks and Emma Healey2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1793 Baileys Shortlist, Gunter Grass, Dear Lupin, The Last Five Years2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1794 Jennifer Aniston; Artists as Collectors; Indian Summers Review2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1795 Russell T Davies, PJ Harvey, The Eichmann Show2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1796 Child 44, Carol Morley, Francis Bacon, Lisa McInerney2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1797 Bradley Cooper, The Art of Forgery, Cannes report, Folio Prize news2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1798 Toni Morrison, Indigenous Australia, Car Share2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1799 Spooks, Meklit, Christopher Hope, The Spalding Suite2007-09-12 12:00:00
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Spooks, Meklit, Christopher Hope, The Spalding Suite

Spooks: The Greater Good brings the popular TV spy thriller series which ended in 2011 to the big screen with Kit Harington and Peter Firth. Will the move work? Antonia Quirke reviews. Ethiopian American singer songwriter Meklit Hadero tells Kirsty about her second album We Are Alive and explains how it was influenced by a project to bring the nations of the Nile Basin together through music. The theatre director Benji Reid, and the writer and poet Inua Ellams, discuss their new show, The Spalding Suite. Set in the world of British basketball, it uses live beatboxing, hip-hop, movement, and poetry. The South African novelist Christopher Hope on his latest book, Jimfish, which - inspired by Voltaire's Candide - tells the story of an unusual young man's encounters with some of the most notorious tyrants of the 20th century. And a piece of audio art will be broadcast tonight on Radio 4. The piece, The Quarryman's Daughters, was commissioned from artist Katrina Palmer by the BBC and Artangel. She discusses the differences between creating art for a gallery and for radio. Presenter: Sarah Johnson Producer: Kirsty Lang.…read more

1800 Alan Parker, The Game, Eleanor Rees2007-09-12 12:00:00
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