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Arts news and reviews. Includes a look at the exhibition Exquisite Bodies.
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Arts news and reviews. Includes a review of the film Coco Before Chanel.
With a review of Rachel Weisz in A Streetcar Named Desire. David Peace on his latest novel
Arts news and reviews. Discussing the Booker Prize longlist.
Talking to the first official biographer of Muriel Spark and crime writer Lee Child.
Kirsty Lang talks to native American singer-songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie.
Arts news and reviews with John Wilson. Looking at the RIBA Stirling Prize nominees.
With Mark Lawson, including a new stage version of Hanif Kureishi's The Black Album.
Tony Scott on his latest film. Mercury Prize judge Simon Frith on Best Album shortlist.
Presented by Kirsty Lang, including an interview with actress Charlotte Gainsbourg.
With Kirsty Lang. Pianist Stephen Hough on kicking off the Proms and why bands cancel gigs
Includes playwright Lucy Prebble on her drama about the Enron scandal.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson. Discussing television in the recession.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson. Includes a look at links between cricket and music
With author Glen David Gold, a review of Frozen River and Jimmy McGovern on The Street.
Mark Lawson reports on the continuing success of celebrity memoirs.
With Kirsty Lang. Plus TV drama Desperate Romantics, Apollo missions music, MJ Hyland.
Abba's Benny Andersson tells John Wilson about his Swedish folk roots.
Including an interview with Harry Potter actress Emma Watson.
Includes a film review of Bruno and Antony Gormley on his latest project, One & Other.
Mark Lawson reports from the Manchester International Festival.
With Beardyman on beatboxing and a look at the Walking With Dinosaurs stadium tour.
Composer Michael Nyman, author Philip Hoare on whales, youth theatre, Gay Icons.