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Mark Lawson meets the Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, as she publishes a new collection.
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With Mark Lawson. Actor James Corden on his memoirs; the musical Rock of Ages reviewed.
Mark Lawson reviews the new Lars von Trier film Melancholia, and meets writer Lee Child.
Mark Lawson talks to actor Tim Pigott-Smith as he plays King Lear on stage in Leeds.
News of the Winner of the BBC National Short Story Award; long-lost Pink Floyd tracks.
Martin Scorsese's film about George Harrison; Ruth Negga plays Shirley Bassey on TV.
Mike Leigh's new play at the National Theatre, and A S Byatt on Norse gods.
Tom Stoppard on Travesties; newspaper documentary Page One reviewed.
Tom Hardy in new film Warrior, and Muppets creator Frank Oz.
Ryan Gosling's two new films reviewed and Mike Scott of The Waterboys on Yeats the poet.
Kirsty Lang talks to Dominic West and Clarke Peters about performing Othello in Sheffield.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Mark Lawson talks to Pam Ayres about her life and poems; Stephen Merchant's stand-up show.
Jermaine Jackson on his brother Michael.
With John Wilson. Laura Marling on her new album; dancer Lauren Cuthbertson on Degas.
Mark Lawson talks to Roger Moore about working with Tony Curtis in The Persuaders.
9/11 play Decade, and Sue MacGregor on this year's BBC National Short Story Award.
Mark Lawson talks to playwright Arnold Wesker and crime novelist Val McDermid.
Mark Lawson talks to artist David Hockney; Mark Kermode explains what's wrong with movies.
Mark Lawson debates the Booker Prize shortlist and interviews film-maker Ken Loach.
John Wilson reviews a new film version of Jane Eyre and talks to Damon Albarn.
Jonathan Ross on his first graphic novel; a new play about aid workers in the Congo.
The Faith Machine; Mike Figgis's Royal Opera House festival; jazz pianist Gwilym Simcock.