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1802 FrontRow: Les Mis; Ben Miller: Mo Yan's new novel. 8 Jan 20132013-01-08 20:00:00
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1805 FrontRow: Jack Whitehall, Borgen, Stuart Neville 0301132013-01-03 19:55:00
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1806 FrontRow: Costa category winners; 2013 look ahead 02 JAN 20132013-01-02 15:16:00
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1807 FrontRow: Technology Special with Andy Serkis and Neil Young2013-01-01 19:45:00
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1808 Neil Young interviewed2012-06-08
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1810 Ex Machina, Jamie Lloyd, Max Brooks and Emma Healey2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1811 Jennifer Aniston; Artists as Collectors; Indian Summers Review2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1812 Baileys Shortlist, Gunter Grass, Dear Lupin, The Last Five Years2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1813 Child 44, Carol Morley, Francis Bacon, Lisa McInerney2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1814 Toni Morrison, Indigenous Australia, Car Share2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1815 Spooks, Meklit, Christopher Hope, The Spalding Suite2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1816 Peter Firmin on The Clangers; The forgotten Bronte; Winter Sleep2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1817 Bradley Cooper, The Art of Forgery, Cannes report, Folio Prize news2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1818 Russell T Davies, PJ Harvey, The Eichmann Show2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1819 Alan Parker, The Game, Eleanor Rees2007-09-12 12:00:00
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1820 Sir Alan Ayckbourn2007-09-12 12:00:00
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Sir Alan Ayckbourn

In conversation with Kirsty Lang, Sir Alan Ayckbourn discusses his long and prolific career that has seen him, at the age of 75, premiere his 78th play - Roundelay. Sir Alan is one of this country's most celebrated playwrights. His ability to write and stage his tales of British middle-class domestic disharmony in ever more inventive ways has endeared him to a national audience. However, with his plays performed worldwide, he has a devoted international audience as well. He talks to Kirsty Lang about Scarborough, his adopted home, his love of event theatre, and his belief in theatre's power to connect people - whether they want to be connected or not.…read more