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Christina Ricci interview; Trinidad-born writer Errol John remembered; Nick Park.
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Tom Hardy in This Means War; Ian Rankin chooses his New Elizabethan; and Paula Milne.
Mark Lawson reviews opera The Death of Klinghoffer and interviews comedian Sarah Millican.
Naomi Alderman asks why video games haven't received the recognition enjoyed by other arts
The latest art for the Fourth Plinth; Peter Ackroyd on Wilkie Collins; new Water Music.
Mark Lawson interviews OIivia Colman; review of Woody Harrelson in Rampart; e-book charts.
With Mark Lawson, including Sue Townsend and playwright Charlotte Keatley.
The film The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel reviewed; artist Jeremy Deller.
Walter Mosley, documentary-maker Phil Agland, and Rory Gallagher.
Mark Lawson interviews director Josie Rourke; conductor Alan Gilbert; artistic friendships
A S Byatt on a new Picasso exhibition, plus tenor Vittorio Grigolo, and chemistry goes pop
An interview with Jon Hamm, star of the TV drama Mad Men, and the art of making stage rain
Mark Lawson interviews Daniel Radcliffe, who now stars in the film The Woman in Black.
Paul McCartney; the life and death of Lizzie Siddal; new crime series Inspector Montalbano
Singer-songwriter Don McLean; Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama; Hollywood's star dogs.
Mark Lawson reports on Lucian Freud's portraits and meets director Stephen Daldry.
With Mark Lawson. News of the 2012 Art Fund Prize for Museums and Galleries longlist.
The most influential people in British theatre; the Muppets return to the cinema.
With Mark Lawson. The hit US TV series Homeland, Syrian poet Adonis and Restoration Drama.
New film Martha Marcy May Marlene and author Anne Rice.
Actor Ashley Walters; Howard Hodgkin's Indian art collection; Katherine Kelly on stage.