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With Mark Lawson in Belfast, including an interview with the poet Paul Muldoon.
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John Wilson interviews songwriter Elvis Costello, and comedians Rob Brydon & Steve Coogan.
The verdict on the film The Kids Are All Right; Lloyd Cole; Bill Tarmey on Jack Duckworth.
Simon Pegg in comedy horror film Burke and Hare and Arts Council England cuts.
Sound of Music actor Christopher Plummer and Ed Smith on new cricket film Out of the Ashes
John Wilson talks to Damien Hirst and reviews the British Art Show, held every five years.
John Wilson reviews Bruce Willis in the film Red; Peter Asher remembers Apple Records.
Mark Lawson asks Ed Vaizey about how the Spending Review announcement will affect the arts
Stephen Sondheim in conversation with Mark Lawson, recorded at the Cheltenham Festival.
Mark Lawson talks to comedians Armstrong and Miller and reviews the US drama The Event.
Kirsty Lang meets comedian Simon Pegg. Plus Kim Cattrall in Antony and Cleopatra.
Marilyn Monroe's hand-written fragments; best-selling children's writer Michelle Paver.
John Wilson reports on Robert Lindsay's stage portrayal of the tycoon Aristotle Onassis.
Nicolas Roeg on Canaletto's images of Venice; Andrew Lloyd Webber on the Palladium at 100.
Dame Joan Sutherland tribute, plus Ronnie Wood on his new album.
With Kirsty Lang, including an interview with actor Martin Shaw.
With Mark Lawson, who meets Aaron Sorkin, creator of White House drama The West Wing.
Mark Lawson talks to Alan Sugar; Don Bachardy recalls living with Christopher Isherwood.
Russell Brand and Jo Brand; Oliver Stone's Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.
Kirsty Lang reports on the Turner Prize 2010 and David Tennant's new TV drama.
Sebastian Junger on Restrepo; children's author Cornelia Funke; photographer Martin Parr.