Film-makers the Coen brothers; a tribute to composer John Barry; Brighton Rock reviewed.
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Javier Bardem in Biutiful, and Winter's Bone director Debra Granik.
With Mark Lawson, who talks to Nicole Kidman and cellist Steven Isserlis.
Jack Nicholson, National Theatre Director Nicholas Hytner and poet Jo Shapcott.
Mark Lawson reports on the 2011 Academy Award nominations.
Disney's new version of the Rapunzel story, Tangled; and TV documentary on teenage deaths.
With Kirsty Lang, including Jeremy Dyson on Dahl and the Scissor Sisters on Mapplethorpe.
John Wilson reviews Peter Mullan's film NEDS, about Glasgow teenage-gangs in the 1970s.
Mark Lawson reviews Peter Hall's new National Theatre production of Twelfth Night.
Mark Lawson explores Art you can touch, selects new crime fiction and reviews Black Swan.
Harrison Ford in Morning Glory; screenwriter Neil Jordan; special effects in film.
Comedian Richard Herring and a review of Big Fat Gypsy Weddings.
John Wilson talks to Simon Le Bon; Trevor Eve plays an international hostage negotiator.
John Wilson meets adventurer Steve Backshall, and reports on the Dennis Hopper art sale.
Mark Lawson talks to Poet Jackie Kay and reviews a TV drama about Hattie Jacques.
Mark Lawson reviews Seth Rogen in the new superhero film The Green Hornet.
Kirsty Lang talks to Hilary Swank, Dulwich Picture Gallery director and child comedians.
Alan Bleasdale on The Sinking of the Laconia and Russell Crowe in The Next Three Days.
Kirsty Lang meets actor Stephen Mangan, and Barry Douglas and Leslie Howard discuss Liszt.
Mark Lawson announces the Costa Book Award category winners and talks to Colin Firth.
Oscar-winning film and stage director Danny Boyle in conversation with Mark Lawson.