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Mark Lawson reports on Art Under Attack, an exhibition about physical attacks on artworks.
BBC Radio 4
Kirsty Lang talks to Stephen Poliakoff, and Viv Groskop reviews romantic comedy Austenland
Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including a review of the new family drama Atlantis.
Mark Lawson meets writer William Boyd, as he publishes a new James Bond novel.
Mark Lawson on the artworks competing to occupy the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square.
Mark Lawson reviews Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal in the film thriller Prisoners.
The BBC National Short Story Award 2013 shortlist; Jack Vettriano retrospective review.
Mark Lawson interviews Woody Allen, whose new film Blue Jasmine stars Cate Blanchett.
Mark Lawson talks to David Walliams and Sheridan Smith, on stage in a Shakespeare comedy.
John Wilson reports on a major exhibition of Australian art, on show at the Royal Academy.
Mark Lawson talks to actor Derek Jacobi as he publishes his autobiography.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Mark Rylance on directing Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones. Plus TV prison dramas.
Arts news with John Wilson. Francis Bacon and Henry Moore paired in a new exhibition.
Mark Lawson presents news of the shortlist for the Mercury Prize for album of the year.
John Wilson with news of the shortlist for the Man Booker Prize for fiction.
Mark Lawson reviews Rush, a film about the rivalry between Niki Lauda and James Hunt.
Cillian Murphy on TV drama Peaky Blinders; director Mira Nair; revenge songs.
National Theatre's Edward II reviewed; Alan Cumming on his new film; new feminist comedy.
Actress Tamsin Greig; novelist Jonathan Coe; Martin Bailey on his Van Gogh discoveries.
Stephen Fry on Verdi and Wagner; The Great Beauty - acclaimed at Cannes - reviewed.
Richard Curtis' About Time reviewed; reggae group UB40; documentaries set in schools.