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Mark Lawson hosts the Front Row Quiz, questioning two teams on their arts knowledge.
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Mark Lawson reports on prequels and sequels, with Bret Easton Ellis and Scott Turow.
John Wilson talks to two of the year's musical successes, Tinie Tempah and Plan B.
Kirsty Lang reports on why so many films and TV dramas are 'Based on a True Story'.
Mark Lawson focuses on Alfred Hitchcock's complex working relationship with women.
Mark Lawson unwraps more interviews with the names behind the year's arts headlines.
Mark Lawson unwraps interviews with the names behind the arts headlines of the year.
With John Wilson, including a review of Little Fockers and a selection of rock biographies
With John Wilson, including an interview with the Oscar-nominated actress Anne Hathaway.
Kirsty Lang reviews Peter Weir's film The Way Back, starring Colin Farrell.
Veteran comedian Ronnie Corbett talks to Mark Lawson.
Mark Lawson discusses the pioneering video artist Nam June Paik and meets poet Les Murray.
Mark Lawson talks to poet Les Murray and reviews the film Catfish.
With John Wilson, who interviews comedian Russell Howard, and reassesses Norman Rockwell.
Kirsty Lang reviews Burlesque and offers the pick of new fiction for young children.
With Kirsty Lang, who reviews Matilda, a new RSC musical based on the book by Roald Dahl.
Kirsty Lang reviews new Christmas shows in Bristol and Liverpool plus Olympic park poetry.
Derek Jacobi stars in a new staging of King Lear. Lenny Henry returns to comedy.
Mark Lawson is at the launch of the Cultural Olympiad, and interviews comedian Harry Hill.
Mark Lawson talks to Catherine Tate and reviews Sofia Coppola's film Somewhere.
With Kirsty Lang, including a review of the remake of Upstairs Downstairs.
Kirsty Lang talks to mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli and comedian Simon Amstell.
Mark Lawson talks to Alex Ross about classical and pop music and Richard Eyre about farce.