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  1. 04/10/2014

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

    First broadcast: 04 Oct 2014

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  2. The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher, Anselm Kiefer, An Enemy of the People, Ida

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests review Hilary Mantel's The Assasination of Margaret Thatcher.

    First broadcast: 27 Sep 2014

  3. 20/09/2014

    Tom Sutcliffe discusses the Riot Club, Ballyturk, Mr Mac and Me, and Constable at the V&A.

    First broadcast: 20 Sep 2014

  4. Destiny, Pride, The Leftovers, Ali Smith, Horst

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss Destiny, the most expensive video game ever produced.

    First broadcast: 13 Sep 2014

  5. The Children Act, Little Revolution, Watermark, Secrets, Bernd and Hilla Becher

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss of the week's cultural events, including The Children Act

    First broadcast: 06 Sep 2014

  6. Martin Amis, Pitcairn, The Moth, Obvious Child, Secret Life of Books

    Tom Sutcliffe chairs discussion of the week's culture, including Martin Amis's new novel.

    First broadcast: 30 Aug 2014

  7. Saturday Review with Tom Sutcliffe Comes From Edinburgh, Offering a Selection of the Best of the Festivals

    Tom Sutcliffe comes from Edinburgh, offering a selection of the best of the Festival.

    First broadcast: 23 Aug 2014

  8. Joseph O'Neill, Robin Wright, Jezebel, Match of the Day at 50 and Andrew Marr's Great Scots

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

    First broadcast: 16 Aug 2014

  9. My Night With Reg, Wakolda, Home Front, Kevin Eldon, The Art and Science of Exploration

    Razia Iqbal and her guests discuss the cultural highlights of the week.

    First broadcast: 09 Aug 2014

  10. Gillian Anderson Streetcar, Mood Indigo film, Secret Cinema, Philip Hensher, Gomorrah on TV

    Gillian Anderson Streetcar, Mood Indigo, Secret Cinema, Philip Hensher, Gomorrah on TV.

    First broadcast: 02 Aug 2014

  11. Medea, Joe, Our World War, DBC Pierre, Imperial War Museum

    The National's Medea, Nicolas Cage: Joe, Our World War, DBC Pierre, Imperial War Museum.

    First broadcast: 26 Jul 2014

  12. Malevich at Tate Modern, Importance of Being Earnest, Norte, Silicon Valley, Flusfeder: John the Pupil

    Malevich-Tate Modern, Importance of being Earnest, Norte, Silicon Valley, David Flusfeder.

    First broadcast: 19 Jul 2014

  13. Intimate Apparel, Boyhood, Upstairs at the Party, People Just Do Nothing, Sikhs in WW1

    Sarfraz Manzoor is joined by Cahal Dallat, Louise Doughty and Antonia Quirke.

    First broadcast: 12 Jul 2014

  14. 05/07/2014

    Great Britain, The Beatles, Jimmy McGovern, Liverpool Biennial, Marion Coutts: The Iceberg

    First broadcast: 05 Jul 2014

  15. Cold in July film, Richard Flanagan novel, Dennis Hopper exhibition, Honourable Woman on TV

    Cold in July film, Richard Flanagan novel, Dennis Hopper exhibition, Honourable Woman TV.

    First broadcast: 28 Jun 2014

  16. The Fault in Our Stars, The Silkworm, Making Stalin Laugh, Making Colour, The Human Factor

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

    First broadcast: 21 Jun 2014

  17. Van Gogh, Mondrian, Nicholson Baker, Hotel, The Dirties

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

    First broadcast: 07 Jun 2014

  18. Ken Loach's film, Joshua Ferris's novel, The Normal Heart on TV, Bakersfield Mist and The Whitstable Biennale

    Ken Loach, Joshua Ferris, The Normal Heart, Bakersfield Mist and The Whitstable Biennale.

    First broadcast: 31 May 2014

  19. Tim Winton's Eyrie, Kenneth Clark at Tate Britain, Heli, Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be

    Tim Winton's Eyrie, Kenneth Clark at Tate Britain, Heli, Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be.

    First broadcast: 24 May 2014

  20. David Hepworth; Andreas Gursky exhibition; Ned Beauman's new novel

    Incognito play; Touchy Feely movie; Penny Dreadful TV; Ned Beauman's Glow; Andreas Gursky.

    First broadcast: 17 May 2014

  21. Arden of Faversham; The Thrill of It All; Frank; Sheezus; The Story of Women and Art

    Tom Sutcliffe and guests review Arden of Faversham, Joseph O'Connor's latest book and more

    First broadcast: 10 May 2014

  22. John Simm in Prey; Privacy at the Donmar; Simon Armitage's Troy; Exhibition; Chris Marker

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

    First broadcast: 26 Apr 2014

  23. 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

  24. 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

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

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

    First broadcast: 05 Apr 2014

  26. 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

  27. 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

  28. Under the Skin; Cézanne; W1A new comedy

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

    First broadcast: 15 Mar 2014

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