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With Mark Lawson, including Julian Barnes on tennis, and a review of the film Senna.
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Mark Lawson reassesses the plays of Terence Rattigan in his centenary year.
Kirsty Lang reports on the role of the war correspondent.
With Mark Lawson, including an interview with actor Rob Lowe, as he publishes a memoir.
Mark Lawson meets Martin and Eliza Carthy and reviews James Corden in a Goldoni comedy.
Film producer Peter Bart on the stories behind films such as The Godfather.
With Mark Lawson. Beryl Bainbridge's last novel and Germaine Greer on Australian Art.
Chinese pianist Lang Lang, Patrick Stewart as Shylock and food as theatre.
Mark Lawson talks to David Tennant and Catherine Tate and Ed Smith reviews cricket films.
Miriam Margolyes talks to Mark Lawson on her 70th birthday.
Paul Giamatti in new film Win Win reviewed; documentary-maker Adam Curtis; Danger Mouse.
Germaine Greer reviews a new Tracey Emin exhibition; and the new Pirates of the Caribbean.
Kirsty Lang reports on the re-opening of Bath's Holburne Museum; film news from Cannes.
Mark Lawson talks to choregrapher Wayne McGregor and examines documentaries on film and TV
With Mark Lawson, who reports on new exhibitions of work by the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.
With Mark Lawson, including Hugh Laurie on his debut album, a disc of New Orleans blues.
With Kirsty Lang, who reviews film maker Terry Gilliam's debut as an opera director.
Composer Steve Reich; a report from the Brighton Festival; My Dog Tulip reviewed.
Randy Newman at the piano and in conversation with Kirsty Lang.
Kate Bush in a rare interview; and John Cleese's Alimony Tour.
Mark Lawson with arts news, interviews and reviews.
Mark Lawson reports on the new Hepworth gallery in Wakefield.