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Ridley Scott's Prometheus, Michael Morpurgo on his life-story, and Antigone on stage.
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With Mark Lawson, including an interview with John Irving, and African art in Manchester.
John Wilson interviews singer-songwriter Patti Smith and Ben Drew (aka rapper Plan B).
Ken Loach's new whisky-infused film; interviews with writer James Sallis and singer Rumer.
Kirsty Lang talks to Tracey Emin in Margate, and news from the Cannes Film Festival.
Artist Tom Phillips, writing final TV episodes, and Arnold Wesker at 80. With Mark Lawson.
Chariots of Fire on stage, Edward Burtynsky photos, and Henry Moore comes indoors.
Mark Lawson with actor John Simm, author George RR Martin and a Eurovision song review.
Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom, novelist Joanne Harris, and artist Richard Wilson.
Rolf Harris on his art; acting drunk on stage; Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau remembered.
Omid Djalili in a new staging of What yhe Butler Saw; Julie Delpy's 2 Days in New York.
Shameless creator Paul Abbott on his new TV drama; Sacha Baron Cohen in The Dictator.
Dexys Midnight Runners return, ballgowns at the V&A, and Brice Marden. With John Wilson.
Danny DeVito and Richard Griffiths, and the shortlist for the Art Fund Prize for museums.
Anish Kapoor's giant Olympic sculpture, the Coronation Street musical, and the Proclaimers
Hilary Mantel on her sequel to Wolf Hall, Tim Burton on Dark Shadows, and 56 Up reviewed.
Trainspotting screenwriter and playwright John Hodge; Naxos Records; Edward VIII deposed.
With Mark Lawson. Mel Gibson on screen; pianist Mitsuko Uchida; actress Maxine Peake.
John Wilson meets musician Damon Albarn in his studio, as he prepares for a busy summer.
Kirsty Lang with poet Paul Durcan, comic Isy Suttie; Michael Craig-Martin on Bauhaus art.
The creator of a controversial play about Apple, plus children's writer Shirley Hughes.
John Wilson speaks to actor Jason Isaacs and the South Sudan Theatre Company.
John Wilson meets Mark Haddon, plus news of the shortlist for the Turner Prize.