With Mark Lawson, including Elle Mcpherson, a lesson from Tap Dogs and Museum of the Year.
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John Wilson talks to poet Jo Shapcott and musician Steve Winwood.
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Mark Lawson asks Fiona Banner why she's placed two fighter jets in Tate Britain.
Kevin Whately on the late Alan Plater.
Scissor Sisters and Art Fund Prize-shortlisted Ulster Museum.
Damon Albarn on returning to Glastonbury.
Dramatist Howard Brenton on Anne Boleyn; Woody Allen and Francis Ford Coppola reviewed.
The verdict on Christopher Eccleston and Russell Brand, both playing rock stars on screen.
With Kirsty Lang, including a review of Morte d'Arthur on stage at the RSC in Stratford.
John Wilson talks to Al Green and sees a new film from 88-year-old director Alain Resnais.
Mark Lawson discusses the death of guitar bands with Johnny Marr and Jo Whiley.
A review of the new urban vicarage sitcom Rev and an interview with artist Francis Alys.
Mark Lawson reports from Hull to mark the 25th anniversary of poet Philip Larkin's death.
Anjelica Huston on her late father John Huston; David Bailey; the film Please Give.
Vast new Anish Kapoor sculpture and guitarist Richard Thompson on directing Meltdown.
Suzanne Vega, RA Summer Exhibition, Rattigan's After the Dance, and Orange Prize announced
Featuring Dame Beryl Grey, Ben Stiller in the film Greenberg and Big Brother's legacy.
With Mark Lawson, who talks to David Remnick about his new biography of Barack Obama.
John Wilson. Including a review of David Jason: The Show Must Go On!
Kirsty Lang reports on a major Picasso exhibition co-curated by the artist's grandson.
Tracy Chevalier and Audrey Niffenegger tour Highgate Cemetery. Plus interactive Doctor Who
Christopher Hitchens; Michael Winterbottom's new film; Birmingham's City of Culture bid.