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  1. Protest Posters at V&A, Privacy at the Donmar, Simon Armitage's Troy

    Tom Sutcliffe chairs sharp, critical discussion of the week's cultural events.

    First broadcast: 26 Apr 2014

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  2. Matisse cut-outs at Tate; Locke, RSC's Henry IV; Fargo on TV

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss cultural highlights including Matisse at the Tate Modern.

    First broadcast: 19 Apr 2014

  3. Calvary, Birdland, Jamaica Inn, Teju Cole, The First Georgians

    Tom Sutcliffe's guests including Mark Billingham discuss Calvary, Teju Cole and Birdland.

    First broadcast: 12 Apr 2014

  4. Noah, Olden Days, Kingston 14, Kamila Shamsie

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss cultural highlights, including the Biblical epic Noah.

    First broadcast: 05 Apr 2014

  5. A Question of Character

    As a part of Radio 4's Character Invasion: is this a golden age for fictional characters?

    First broadcast: 29 Mar 2014

  6. Angela Lansbury in the West End; Kate Winslet in Labor Day; Sebastian Barry's new novel

    Tom Sutcliffe chairs cultural discussion, including Angela Lansbury in Blithe Spirit.

    First broadcast: 22 Mar 2014

  7. Under the Skin; C├ęzanne; W1A new comedy

    Under the Skin, Cezanne, new comedy W1A, Urinetown the musical, and Decoded by Mai Jia.

    First broadcast: 15 Mar 2014

  8. Grand Budapest Hotel; Ruins; Young Skins

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel.

    First broadcast: 08 Mar 2014

  9. 37 Days; The Book Thief; Bark

    Tom Sutcliffe is joined by reviewers Linda Grant, Tom Holland and Kate Williams.

    First broadcast: 01 Mar 2014

  10. Nymphomaniac; True Detective; A Taste of Honey

    Will Gompertz leads critical discussion of Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac.

    First broadcast: 22 Feb 2014

  11. Fleming; Her; Richard Hamilton

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss the week's cultural events, including the film Her.

    First broadcast: 15 Feb 2014

  12. Dallas Buyers Club; Hanif Kureishi; Inside Number 9

    Dallas Buyers Club starring Matthew McConaughey, and Hanif Kureishi's The Last Word.

    First broadcast: 08 Feb 2014

  13. Paxman on WWI, Martin Creed and Beckett

    Jeremy Paxman on WW1, Samuel Beckett's Happy Days, Turner Prize winner Martin Creed.

    First broadcast: 01 Feb 2014

  14. Scorsese, Beckett, & Sons

    The week's cultural highlights, including The Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo DiCaprio.

    First broadcast: 18 Jan 2014

  15. New Bruce Springsteen album

    Cultural highlights, including RSC in Stratford with Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies .

    First broadcast: 11 Jan 2014

  16. Redford in All Is Lost, How to Be a Heroine, TV drama 7.39

    The week's cultural highs. Robert Redford is adrift in the Indian Ocean in All Is Lost.

    First broadcast: 04 Jan 2014

  17. Love/Hate in 2013

    Love them or hate them - the arts items that split the critics in 2013.

    First broadcast: 28 Dec 2013

  18. American Psycho as theatre; Everything You Always Wanted to Know...; Mind Maps at the Science Museum

    The week's cultural highlights with Tom Sutcliffe, including Matt Smith in American Psycho

    First broadcast: 14 Dec 2013

  19. Saving Mr Banks; Eimear McBride; This American Life

    Savings Mr Banks and top USA podcast This American Life are among this week's reviews.

    First broadcast: 30 Nov 2013

  20. Blue Is the Warmest Colour; Dylan Thomas; No Place to Go

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss Palme d'Or winner Blue Is the Warmest Colour.

    First broadcast: 23 Nov 2013

  21. Mojo revived; The Counselor; Paul Smith at the Design Museum

    Jez Butterworth's play Mojo, Cormac McCarthy's The Counselor and Paul Smith exhibition.

    First broadcast: 16 Nov 2013

  22. Gravity; Stanley Spencer; nut; Rustication

    Bullock and Clooney in outer space in new film Gravity; the paintings of Stanley Spencer.

    First broadcast: 09 Nov 2013

  23. The Scottsboro Boys; Arcade Fire; Russell Banks' short stories

    The week's cultural highlights, including Kander and Ebbs' musical The Scottsboro Boys.

    First broadcast: 02 Nov 2013

  24. Morrissey; The Selfish Giant; From Here to Eternity

    Morrissey's long-awaited autobiography, and new musical From Here to Eternity.

    First broadcast: 26 Oct 2013

  25. David Tennant as Richard II; The Goldfinch; Enough Said

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss David Tennant's starring role in Richard II at the RSC.

    First broadcast: 19 Oct 2013

  26. The Commitments musical; Le Week-End

    Roddy Doyle's The Commitments musical; Lindsay Duncan and Jim Broadbent in Le Week-End.

    First broadcast: 12 Oct 2013

  27. Filth and Masters of Sex

    Irvine Welsh's novel Filth comes to the big screen starring James McAvoy.

    First broadcast: 05 Oct 2013

  28. Blue Jasmine, Serpentine Sackler Gallery

    Cate Blanchett in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine, and Zaha Hadid's Serpentine Sackler Galler.

    First broadcast: 28 Sep 2013

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