John Wilson talks to soul singer Bobby Womack; novelist Jake Arnott; Killer Joe reviewed.
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Mark Lawson talks to singer Macy Gray, plus culture minister Ed Vaizey on libraries.
The Amazing Spider-Man reviewed; playwright Joe Penhall; Nora Ephron remembered.
Kirsty Lang reports on the art of Edvard Munch, as a new exhibition opens at Tate Modern.
Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter, Your Sister's Sister reviewed, Jed Mercurio.
Ted Hughes' Crow, guitarist Milos, artist Mark Wallinger and Gordon Ramsay behind bars.
Prunella Scales at 80, artist Jenny Saville, Steve Coogan and Armando Iannucci TV projects
Julie Walters back on stage; Adrian Lester's advice for actors; Ed Stoppard on Alan Turing
Sam Mendes on TV Shakespeare; news of the winner of the Art Fund Prize for museums.
Art by Yoko Ono; Lay the Favourite, directed by Stephen Frears; the Paraorchestra.
Kirsty Lang reports from Exeter on a shortlisted contender for the Art Fund Prize.
Artist Rachel Whiteread; Dallas is back; Watts Gallery competes for the Art Fund Prize.
Tom Cruise in Rock of Ages; Scottish National Portrait Gallery; Afghan War fiction.
Alan Howard interviewed; a visit to the Hepworth Gallery; TV drama True Love reviewed.
Mark Lawson reports on an exhibition of invisible art, and meets actor Janet Suzman.
John Wilson interviews the Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young.
Mark Lawson talks to rapper Professor Green and explores Dürrenmatt's dark vision.
Mark Lawson reviews Woody Allen: A Documentary and interviews US novelist Richard Ford.
Mark Lawson meets Hilary Mantel, writer of Wolf Hall and its sequel Bring Up the Bodies.
Kirsty Lang meets the singer, actor and activist Harry Belafonte, who is now 85.
Neneh Cherry; the transit of Venus in art; when a dark future becomes the dull present.