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Jenny Agutter on 40 years of The Railway Children. With John Wilson.
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Steven Moffat on writing the new Doctor Who.
Roger Daltrey on performing The Who's album Quadrophenia for the first time in ten years.
James Shapiro investigates who the real Shakespeare was.
David Byrne on his song cycle about Imelda Marcos; film Perrier's Bounty reviewed.
Peter Greenaway discusses his film inspired by Rembrandt's painting The Night Watch.
A review of The Blind Side, which won Sandra Bullock a Best Actress Oscar.
Arts news and reviews with Kirsty Lang.
Vadim Jean on his film about two men's 37 years in solitary confinement.
John Wilson reports on the world's biggest art theft, still unsolved.
Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti on the follow-up to her controversial play Behzti; art of TV titles.
Jeremy Irons on his return to the RSC after 23 years to star in Dennis Kelly's new play.
Mark Lawson interviews screenwriter Alan Ball, whose credits include True Blood.
TV drama Blood And Oil reviewed; how can today's authors best promote their books?
The new TV series from Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks; interview with actor Phil Daniels .
The verdict on Andrew Lloyd Webber's sequel to The Phantom of The Opera, Love Never Dies.
Richard Briers on his latest role; Pete Waterman on his search for the UK Eurovision entry
Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island; Ian McEwan's Solar; Don Warrington; Eddie Kramer.
Oscars preview; Juanita Wilson on filming in Chernobyl; artist Jenny Holzer at Baltic Mill
Kim Cattrall in Noel Coward's Private Lives; Abba's Benny and Bjorn on musical Kristina.
With John Wilson. Including the verdict on film Chloe.
Photographer Lord Snowdon at 80, actor David Morrissey and novelist Louise Welsh.
With Mark Lawson. Including an interview with novelist Joanna Trollope.