Kirsty Lang reports on The Mouse and His Child, the RSC's new show for family audiences.
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Roddy Doyle on his new novella, Boris Godunov at the RSC, and singing sisters The Staves.
Daniel Radcliffe in TV series A Young Doctor's Notebook, plus Oliver Sacks and The Hunt.
A new Great Expectations; Bryan Ferry; the creators of TV shows Peep Show and Fresh Meat.
Sports Book of the Year, Clint Eastwood back on screen, Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
Brian Eno, Michael Hoffman, and Spike Lee's new Michael Jackson documentary.
Choreographer Matthew Bourne, John Lithgow in The Magistrate, and Benjamin Britten.
The Mousetrap at 60; Calixto Bieito on Carmen; contemporary Russian art.
Arts news with John Wilson, including news of the shortlists for the Costa Book Awards.
Derek Jacobi on Last Tango in Halifax, new film End of Watch, Denise Mina's Dragon Tattoo.
Jimmy Page interview; 60 years of natural history on TV; The Secret of Crickley Hall.
Ben Elton, Danny Boyle on regional theatre funding cuts, and early computer art.
The Effect, a new play by Lucy Prebble starring Billie Piper, plus the final Twilight film
A Bigger Splash, plus a new play about Edward Thomas, and photography from the Middle East
Quentin Blake on his career as he approaches 80, and the dark charisma of Adolf Hitler.
Jeff Wayne on The War of the Worlds, the RSC's The Orphan of Zhao, and Crime Stories on TV
The verdict on Alan Bennett's new play People and Michael Winterbottom's film Everyday.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood on life in the Rolling Stones.
Filmmaker Michael Haneke, the art of crying on stage and adult cartoon series Full English
Anna Friel in Uncle Vanya, Kamila Shamsie on Nick Nickelby, the Mary Whitehouse archive.
Kirsty Lang on The Shining, Lucy Kirkwood, Colm Toibin and Some Girls.
Mark Lawson presents John Goodman, Orhan Pamuk, and Andrew Rawnsley on Secret State.