Mark Lawson travels to Margate to meet Tracey Emin, as she unveils a new work.
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Country star Glen Campbell and the cello piece fit for Prince Charles.
The verdict on Peter Kay's return to stand-up after seven years away; Ian Rankin at 50.
Robert Downey Jr returns to the role of Iron Man; and Mark Knopfler on Brothers in Arms.
With Kirsty Lang, including playwright David Greig on his new version of Peter Pan.
With Kirsty Lang, including an interview with Jonathan Harvey about his play Canary.
Reviews of two Classical films: Agora, and Centurion; news of this year's BBC Proms.
Lynn Nottage on her Pulitzer prize-winning play about women in the Congo.
Italian Renaissance Drawings at the British Museum; interview with actor Toby Stephens.
With Mark Lawson, including a review of the film The Joneses, starring Demi Moore.
Kiefer Sutherland; Morrissey and Paul Weller on record shops; art from Iraq.
With Mark Lawson. including a first night review of a new production of the musical Hair.
Singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading talks to Mark Lawson.
Warwick Davis on the pressures of being one of the world's leading short actors.
Tina Fey and Steve Carell on new movie Date Night.
With Mark Lawson, including a review of the new version of the TV classic The Prisoner.
With Mark Lawson, including an interview with Pierce Brosnan on his latest film.
With Mark Lawson, including a review of The Infidel, a film written by David Baddiel.
The verdict on Drew Barrymore's directorial debut, and former Cream bassist Jack Bruce.
John Wilson visits historic houses, including Chatsworth in Derbyshire.
Mark Lawson talks to Brian Eno, guest artistic director of the 2010 Brighton Festival.
Kirsty Lang meets Joanne Harris, whose novels include the best-selling Chocolat.