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Bjork discusses her new interactive album and theatre producer Sonia Friedman.
BBC Radio 4
Philippa Gregory reviews The Borgias, urban artist Kid Acne, and Ealing comedies.
Kirsty Lang reviews anime film Arrietty and Jonathan Dove on his Mansfield Park opera.
Horrid Henry the movie, and Nicholas Crane on his TV series Town.
Kirsty Lang meets Moni Mohsin, whose new novel satirises the upper classes in Lahore.
Tony Bennett looks back over his singing career with John Wilson.
Maxine Peake stars in Loyalty, a play about the build-up to the Iraq war.
Mark Lawson reviews the stage musical Ghost and talks to author Amos Oz.
Mark Lawson visits the new Museum of Liverpool; news of the Mercury Prize nominations.
Mark Lawson meets designer Kenneth Grange, whose work includes the InterCity 125 train.
Mark Lawson reports on a rare performance of Havergal Brian's epic Gothic symphony.
Mark Lawson reports on new works by the often controversial artists Jake and Dinos Chapman
Bobby Fischer documentary film, and Mr Benn creator David McKee.
John Wilson talks to Johnny Vegas, as he opens a new theatre show in Manchester.
With John Wilson, including the verdict on the final Harry Potter film.
Kirsty Lang considers the golden age of Hollywood glamour with Barry Norman.
The UK premiere of Stephen Sondheim's Road Show and actress Anna Maxwell Martin.
Mark Lawson talks to author Tom Rob Smith and reviews Bertrand Tavernier's new film.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Mark Lawson meets Romola Garai and reviews David Schwimmer's film Trust about web stalking
Kirsty Lang reviews Terrence Malick's film The Tree of Life and meets writer Aatish Taseer
Mark Lawson at the Manchester International Festival, with Victoria Wood and Paul Heaton.