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TV producer Tony Garnett, Almodóvar's film I'm So Excited, Meera Syal's Cultural Exchange.
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Lucy Moore on dancer Nijinsky; Cultural Exchange - Bernardo Bertolucci's favourite film.
John Wilson on The Eagles, Diana Athill's Cultural Exchange, and Irish pubs on stage.
Arts with Mark Lawson, including Peter and Virginia Bottomley on The Politician's Husband.
Mark Lawson rides Nick Park's Thrill-o-Matic, plus a Cultural Exchange with Mohsin Hamid.
Arts news with John Wilson, including Iron Man 3 and Cultural Exchange with Tamara Rojo.
Cultural Exchange with Tracey Emin on Vermeer; the end of Broadchurch; Bernie reviewed.
New sitcoms The Job Lot and The Wright Way, and Deep Purple's Ian Gillan and Ian Paice.
Matt Damon's Promised Land; BBC Proms 2013; singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves.
Arts news, interviews and reviews, with Mark Lawson.
With thriller writer David Baldacci and Michael Winterbottom, who discusses his new film.
White House action film Olympus Has Fallen, and the Granta Best of Young British Novelists
Oliver Stone; a new opera with a libretto by David Mitchell; ballet film First Position.
Royal Court's Dominic Cooke, plus new exhibitions of Rachel Whiteread and Elisabeth Frink.
Writer Maya Angelou reflects on her life and career in conversation with Mark Lawson.
John Wilson talks to photographer Sebastião Salgado and singer Sarah Brightman.
Dancer Tamara Rojo; musician James Blake; The Place Beyond the Pines starring Ryan Gosling
John Wilson reports on the reopening of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam after 10 years.
Richard Bean on Smack Family Robinson; Olga Kurylenko on Oblivion; crime drama Arne Dahl.
Julian Barnes discusses his new book Levels of Life, in conversation with Mark Lawson.
Museum of the Year award contenders, Greg Bellow on his father Saul, and A Late Quartet.
Kirsty Lang reports on how British cultural projects aim to find new markets in China.