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Mark Lawson reviews Lenny Henry in The Comedy of Errors, and meets Rob Brydon.
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Ricky Gervais on Life's Too Short and Wayne McGregor on his new dance work.
Mark Lawson on Martin Scorsese's new film; news of the Sports Book of the Year winner.
Shakespeare Folio Thefts; Desperate Scousewives reviewed.
The film The Deep Blue Sea, based Terence Rattigan's play; John Craven on Newsround at 40.
John Wilson reviews the film Moneyball, starring Brad Pitt as an underdog baseball manager
John Wilson meets Kate Bush as she releases a new album of songs inspired by snow.
With Kirsty Lang, including Gillian Slovo on her play The Riots; WWII film Resistance.
Kirsty Lang meets the comedian, pianist and composer Tim Minchin; Rihanna reassessed.
The Killing returns for a second series; comedian Sean Hughes reflects on death.
Robert Lindsay and Joanna Lumley on stage; and Ugly Betty's America Ferrera.
Terence Conran at 80; news of the shortlists for the Costa Book Awards.
Neil LaBute on his new play with Billie Piper; Ian Rankin on undercover TV shows.
Kirsty Lang reviews the new TV drama series Pan Am, and meets baritone Simon Keenlyside.
Mark Lawson reviews a new production of Hamlet starring Michael Sheen.
John Wilson reviews Rum Diary and talks to legendary music producer Nile Rodgers.
Mark Lawson reviews the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition and talks to tenor Joseph Calleja.
Mark Lawson reviews the new film of Wuthering Heights and talks to writer Peter James.
REM interviewed; London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic posters revealed.
Anthony Horowitz on writing a new Sherlock Holmes story; Skyfall - the next James Bond.
PD James, cellist Steven Isserlis, and new play Collaborators, with Simon Russell Beale.
In Time reviewed; David Bowie in the 1970s; how singers can protect their voices.