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Mark Lawson meets singer Daniel O'Donnell and reviews Rocket to the Moon by Clifford Odets
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Mark Lawson reports on arts funding cuts and reviews Rattigan's Cause Celebre.
Mark Lawson discusses Monica Ali's novel which imagines Princess Diana never died.
With Kirsty Lang. The writers of TV comedy Candy Cabs and the legacy of Cecil Sharp.
The Aesthetic Movement at the V&A and director of Kylie's Aphrodite-Les Folies Show.
Kirsty Lang meets theatre director Peter Brook, and reviews Room at the Top on TV.
Memories of Elizabeth Taylor from Nicolas Roeg, Barry Norman and Paul Gambaccini.
Mark Lawson reviews Midsomer Murders and talks to singer and fiddle player Alison Krauss.
A review of The Eagle, starring Channing Tatum, and Sheffield's Ruskin Collection reopens.
TV drama The Crimson Petal and the White reviewed; what makes a 21st century clown?
Matt Smith plays Christopher Isherwood in a new TV drama; and the David Cohen Prize winner
Blur's Graham Coxon reviews artwork by Syd Barrett, the original Pink Floyd frontman.
Garrison Keillor on his love poems; a review of the film Submarine; and enhanced e-books.
Mark Lawson reviews Sienna Miller in Terence Rattigan's play Flare Path.
With Kirsty Lang, including William Ivory on adapting Women in Love for TV.
Kirsty Lang reviews Alison Steadman and Hermione Norris in a new staging of Blithe Spirit.
With Kirsty Lang. Including a review of Fair Game, and author Maxine Hong Kingston.
With John Wilson. Carl Hiaasen on his new novel and Roger Daltrey on returning to Tommy.
John Wilson interviews Pet Shop Boys and reviews the latest alien invasion film.
John Wilson meets Nigel Slater and reveals the verse chosen for the London Olympics 2012.
Mark Lawson talks to actress Helen Mirren and crime writer Lee Child.
The Wizard of Oz reviewed and Mark Lawson finds out about Striggio's lost 40 part mass.
With John Wilson: the Royal Ballet's new full-length Alice reviewed; writer Ben Macintyre.