Claudia Winkleman’s weekly feast of the finest offerings from Film, Theatre, Arts, TV and Music. Lively debate, intimate interviews and the latest news and views delivered with wit and laughter.
Fri, 7 Mar 14
29 days remaining
Sir Antony Sher talks about playing Falstaff and the mix-up over his knighthood; we'll hear from the backing singers who've remained 20 Feet from Stardom, Cariad Lloyd and Andrew Hunter Murray discuss improv and Jane Austen and Barrie Rutter and Deborah McAndrew talk about their new play An August Bank Holiday Lark.
Fri, 28 Feb 14
22 days remaining
Standby for galloping as Miranda Hart charges into the studio to talk about her new stand-up tour. Hollywood super-producer Harvey Weinstein gives his Oscar predictions and explains how he's finally made a film his children like. And Queen of the weepie, JoJo Moyes discusses her latest novel.
Fri, 21 Feb 14
15 days remaining
Dark lords of horror, Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman talk about their love of scaring people in their play Ghost Stories; Hollywood star John Goodman discusses his new film The Monuments Men and we celebrate the grit, gravel and gunsmoke of The Western with author Robert Lautner.
Fri, 14 Feb 14
8 days remaining
Robert Powell dons a twirly moustache as he plays Poirot on stage; Joaquim Phoenix talks about falling in love with a computer in his new film Her, Abi Morgan discusses her new play The Mistress Contract and because it's Valentine's Day, we hear some of the love letters written during the First World War.
Fri, 7 Feb 14
1 day remaining
Dervla Kirwan chats about the power of ghosts stories and her starring role in The Weir; Ralph Fiennes and Felicity Jones explain why they wanted to delve into Charles Dickens' private life in The Invisible Woman and Joanne Harris chats about her love of sheds and her new novel The Gospel of Loki.
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