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Opera star Alfie Boe, TV drama The Bletchley Circle, and organist Cameron Carpenter.
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John Wilson talks to soul survivor Bobby Womack, with views from collaborator Damon Albarn
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Mark Lawson chairs a debate on whether ebooks are a threat or a new chance for publishers.
Sheridan Smith in Mrs Biggs, novelist Joyce Carol Oates, and poetry from the rooftop.
Mark Lawson talks to Hustle star Adrian Lester, who answers questions from young actors.
Mark Lawson reports from the annual Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate.
Booker T and the MGs, the Authors cricket team, and Charlie Brooker's new comedy series.
Mark Lawson interviews Ian McEwan, as he publishes his new novel Sweet Tooth.
Novelist James Meek, The Three Stooges return, and Stockhausen's epic opera Mittwoch.
Tom Stoppard, Tony Scott remembered, The Watch reviewed and music by cellist Natalie Clein
Novelist Philippa Gregory, Blake Morrison's The Last Weekend, and Dirty Dancing at 25.
Jeanette Winterson on witch trials; Birger Larsen, director of The Killing; political pop.
Mark Lawson reports from Edinburgh on the talking points of the Festival and Fringe so far
Interview with Alanis Morissette, review of Take This Waltz, and music for the cactus.
Rock star Alice Cooper, actor Clive Owen, and new US crime drama Person of Interest.
Kirsty Lang interviews violinist Nicola Benedetti and reviews a TV drama about Paralympics
Jack Whitehall's latest comedy reviewed, Edinburgh fringe so far, bartering for theatre.
Bourne writer Tony Gilroy, large-scale public theatre, Jackpot review.
John Wilson remembers the composer Marvin Hamlisch and the art critic Robert Hughes.
New Pixar animated film Brave, Mike Scott of the Waterboys, and pop stars changing names.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time onstage, Alan Davies, Olympic puppeteers
Kirsty Lang reports on a new RSC staging of Much Ado About Nothing, starring Meera Syal.
John Wilson pays tribute to Gore Vidal and visits the William Morris Gallery.