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The writers of The Thick of It, Cerys Matthews on country women, and Elementary.
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JK Rowling talks to Mark Lawson, as she publishes her first novel aimed at adult readers.
Muse on their Olympic role, Andy Williams remembered, and Short Story Award writers.
Mark Lawson reviews Bruce Willis in Looper, plus Extras actress Ashley Jensen on stage.
French film Holy Motors with Kylie Minogue, plus TV drama The Paradise and Indian settings
French hit Untouchable reviewed, and Louise Wener and Roy Boulter on their radio drama.
Actor Rupert Everett on his new memoir, novelist Deborah Levy and Big Boys Go Bananas!*.
Oliver Stone on Savages; Mel C, Tim Minchin and Chris Moyles on Jesus Christ Superstar.
Brad Pitt in Killing Them Softly reviewed, choirmaster Gareth Malone, comedian Greg Davies
Now Is Good director Ol Parker, Caryl Churchill's new play, BBC Short Story Award writer.
BBC International Short Story Award shortlist, John Cale interview, and John Moores Prize.
Downton Abbey returns; Sheridan Smith stars as Hedda Gabler; David Byrne's musical rules.
Mark Lawson on Jonathan Pryce as King Lear, and Thomas Heatherwick on his Olympic cauldron
BBC Radio 4 FM
Mark Lawson on bronze artworks, American band The Killers and the Booker Prize shortlist.
Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones in Hope Springs, plus a major pre-Raphaelites exhibition.
Director Charles Sturridge; Iraq war novel; silent cinema return; chess sets by artists.
Ballerina Darcey Bussell; new Bob Dylan album reviewed; restored Bristol Old Vic re-opens.
Donny Osmond, Cecil Beaton's war photos, the return of Dallas and new art from China.
Booker-winning writer Howard Jacobson, Damian Lewis on The Sweeney, and Lawless reviewed.
Actress Hermione Norris, Anna Karenina reviewed, Henning Mankell and Northumberlandia.