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Singer-songwriter Mika on his new album, and a review of Breakfast at Tiffany's.
BBC Radio 4
Jacqueline Wilson talks about her new book, Hetty Feather, her first historical story.
Ricky Gervais on his new film The Invention of Lying.
RSC Russian plays, Giles Waterfield on the artist's studio and Dave Gorman's bicycle tour.
Including interviews with Matt Lucas and Dizzee Rascal.
Ian Hart and Kerry Fox on stage, Moctezuma at the British Museum and filmmaker Nic Roeg.
Louis de BerniÃ¨res, Harry Shearer, and Tracy Chevalier reviews Creation.
Turner v the Old Masters at Tate Britain, and director Spike Lee.
Arts news and reviews.
Richard Eyre on his book of interviews with actors including John Gielgud and Judi Dench.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Mark Ramprakash on facing the Strictly judges, and novelists on points of view in fiction.
Arts news and reviews. Mark Lawson meets Mark Knopfler.
Arts news and reviews. Mark Lawson talks to Cliff Richard.
Paula Rego Museum in Portugal, Icelandic tenor Gardar Thor Cortes; playwright Richard Bean
Barry Humphries on his numerous creations; how did Derren Brown guess the lottery numbers?
Includes a review of Meryl Streep's latest film and a look at Charles Saatchi's new book.
The Booker shortlist, Nick Cave's new novel, Beatles remastered and The September Issue.
Colin Firth, Pauline Malefane, a review of new drama Trinity, and how important is font?
With Kirsty Lang. Bidisha reviews Fish Tank, the new film by Andrea Arnold.
Arts news, interviews and reviews with Kirsty Lang.
Joanna Lumley on the history of the cat, and Julia McKenzie on becoming Miss Marple.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson, including an interview with writer Margaret Atwood