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With Kirsty Lang in New York as she meets the British-born head of the Metropolitan Museum
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Mark Lawson takes the Harry Potter studio tour; the screenplays which were never made.
Dr John; Tim Lott; Janet Street Porter on British Design 1948-2012.
Mark Lawson meets Brendan O'Carroll, creator and star of the TV comedy Mrs Brown's Boys.
Aardman's Pirate film; novelist Jodi Picoult; Madonna's new CD; poetry from Ben Okri.
Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood and composer Krzysztof Penderecki; Brains - the exhibition.
Greg Doran discusses his new post of artistic director of the RSC. Molly Dineen on Herzog.
Neil Cross, creator of Luther; Ballets Russes re-invented; when pop name-drops go wrong.
The Hunger Games review; Kensington Palace re-opens; beat poetry with Paul Weller.
Imelda Staunton and Michael Ball in Sweeney Todd, the new Titanic and author Russell Banks
Andrew Motion's Treasure Island sequel; violinist David Garrett; 1001 analogue TV sets.
John Wilson visits the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings; TV drama One Night review; Tobias Jones.
Miro in Yorkshire Sculpture Park; Ken Russell's The Devils on DVD; speaking Shakespeare.
Mark Lawson interviews Irving Berlin's daughters; Helen Edmundson on Mary Shelley.
Actress Lesley Sharp; tenor Noah Stewart; Matt Damon in the film We Bought a Zoo.
Kirsty Lang in New York, with director John Tiffany; art for healthcare; criminal slang.
Mark Lawson meets Gilbert and George; singer Nanci Griffith; John Cusack plays Poe.
Mark Lawson talks to Andrew Lloyd Webber, as his musical Love Never Dies appears on DVD.
John Wilson meets dance director Lloyd Newson, and Trishna director Michael Winterbottom.
Mark Lawson with Oscar-winning film-maker Andrew Stanton; William Byrd's music.
Therapy in film, fiction and TV drama, with Naomi Alderman.
Bruce Springsteen's new album; Titian saved for £45m; Caitlin Moran and Antonia Fraser.